Controversial hedge fund manager says the market is "definitely late cycle" as he predicts a bear market within two years.
- by Saijel Kishan
US stocks finished the session lower as a surge in optimism over trade talks with China was offset by a plunge in crude prices.
Oil's unprecedented decline deepened as investors fled a market hammered by swelling excess supplies, a darkening demand outlook and US President Donald Trump's Twitter critique of the world's biggest crude exporter.
- by Samuel Robinson
Investors desperately need the US economy to break decisively one way or the other.
- by Tim Duy
Some big names lead the declines as Wall Street falls across the board.
- by April Joyner
Apple shares fell to their lowest in more than three months on Monday as three suppliers issued warnings on results that pointed to weakness in iPhone sales.
A year after announcing a relaxing of rules, the pace of change in China has been closer to a crawl than a sprint.
Wall Street's three major stock indexes lost ground on Friday, after a week of recovery from the October sell-off, as oil prices fell further and more evidence of a slowing Chinese economy was reported.
- by Sruthi Shankar
It was looking like a week of wound-licking for Asian stocks. Then crude oil entered a bear market and alarm bells rang on China's slowdown as tech stocks plunged.