Betty Liu reports on the top reasons American’s should care about the U.S. government shutdown.
Victory Electronic Cigarettes’ Brent Willis discusses the health concerns of electronic cigarettes. He speaks with Trish Regan and Adam Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
It’s a revolutionary product that’s been lighting up news headlines around the country; Electronic cigarettes. WZZM 13 is taking a closer look at a West Michigan company that’s one of the top players in the up and coming industry.
The Bottom Line panel looks at where Canada’s economy is going and what that means for you including a look at employment and housing.
Applications for mortgages have dropped 3 percent last week and the rise in rates seem to be having a large impact on housing. Melissa Cohn, Manhattan Division of Guaranteed Rate; Gina Sanchez, Chantico GLobal; Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners; and CNBC’s Steve Liesman and Bob Pisani take a look at the impact.
In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu discusses US housing affordability and the rising cost of a monthly mortgage payment on median existing homes in the United States.
An in-depth look at the Canadian housing market including Canadian real estate outlook, affordability issues, trends, and the affect of interest rates. Also we take a brief look at the current US bull market in relation to past bull markets.
Renters vs. Homeowners in the United States: Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu looks at the surge in Americans choosing to rent instead of owning a home.
Christie’s Art Sale Smashes Records: Records were smashed for Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jackson Pollock, Roy Lichtenstein and auctions themselves as Christie’s sold $495 million of contemporary art last night in New York.
This week, Ivan Lo talks more about the fiscal cliff, market outlook, shows you a scary chart, and talks about what happened with gold and silver last week.
It doesn’t matter what economic data is being thrown at us. The markets have continued to soar despite poor economic numbers, growth, and scandals.
But eventually, these numbers will catch up with the markets…