- Futures Movers: Oil ends lower for the session, up for the week, ahead of OPEC+ meeting, EU ban on Russian oilat 8:17 pm
Oil futures end lower on Friday, but up for the week, ahead of Sunday's OPEC+ meeting and Monday's launch of a European Union ban on Russian crude imports.
- The Moneyist: My father, 72, dropped a bombshell — he has a 9-year-old son. What happens to his $10 million estate?at 8:16 pm
‘My father is going to update his will and estate plan. He has asked us for suggestions on how to handle this.’
- : Retail and warehousing jobs actually fell in November. It reveals a lot about the typical holiday shopper.at 8:13 pm
Month to month, retail employment declined 30,000, the Labor Department said.
- Metals Stocks: Gold futures end lower after ‘hot’ U.S. jobs report boosts the dollar, Treasury yieldsat 8:10 pm
Gold futures on Friday finish lower after a U.S. report showed a strong rise in monthly jobs growth.
- Market Extra: Robust U.S. jobs market adds to worry over how much higher interest rates need to goat 8:08 pm
November's strong job gains bring a touch more anxiety to financial markets as investors react to the possibility of even higher-than-expected rates for 2023.
- Commodities Corner: Here’s what analysts think of the $60 price cap on Russia oilat 8:00 pm
The European Union reached a deal Friday for $60-a-barrel price cap on Russian seaborne oil, but analysts have already questioned the effectiveness of the cap.
- Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks fall as strong November jobs data challenges Fed to push interest rates higherat 7:56 pm
U.S. stocks trade down Friday after data showed the U.S. labor market remained robust in November, but the S&P 500 and Nasdaq remained up for the week.
- The Moneyist: I’m a new mother, and can’t afford to pay $400 to attend a friend’s bachelorette party. Another friend backed out. Should I reconsider?at 7:44 pm
‘I declined to stay with the group in part due to my postpartum depression, not being with my child and finances.’
- In One Chart: Why October’s yield curve inversion might not spell doom for U.S. stocks in 2023at 7:32 pm
U.S. stock portfolios could avoid further damage in the year ahead, even if the U.S. economy slips into a recession, says this strategist.
- Retirement Weekly: That get-rich-quick trade you’re missing out onat 7:15 pm
Once again, FOMO leads investors astray