The Bitcoin price got a healthy 8.8% pop from the shocking vote in Britain to leave the European Union, otherwise known as “Brexit.”
Unhappy about a 9/11-related law working its way through Congress, Saudi Arabia has threatened to dump $750 billion in U.S. assets if it passes.
Our do-nothing Congress gets less done every year.
The current Congress is on track to pass the fewest laws in the history of the republic. Here’s why.
The sudden 20% jump in the Bitcoin price over the past week can be traced back to buying in China.
The Chinese became interested in the digital currency back in 2013 and now are responsible for more than 90% of the world’s Bitcoin trading. But the rapid rise in the Bitcoin price had a trigger.
The Puerto Rico debt crisis has reached a point where only help from Washington can save it.
Donald Trump has already defied expectations by winning the GOP presidential nomination, but his chances of winning the White House in November are surprisingly good.
The extra slam that Apple stock got from Carl Icahn’s surprise announcement that he had dumped all of his AAPL shares proves again why activist investors can be dangerous.
After all the nasty things he’s said about China, Donald Trump should be the most hated American there.
While high-dollar Hillary Clinton speaking fees have been campaign fodder for months, one aspect of the issue hasn’t received much attention.