Adam Shell, USA TODAY

Adam Shell

USA TODAY

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Adam:

Gas prices: Why you'll keep paying less at the pump this year

Pump prices, which have fallen five straight weeks, could soon return to pre-hurricane levels. → Read More

Stocks: Would Dow 23,000 inspire retreat or rally on Wall St?

The approaching milestone poses an age-old dilemma for investors: Is getting into the market at lofty levels a good or bad idea? → Read More

Housing data could suffer lingering effects of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma

Incoming economic data this week will be dominated by housing, and numbers still dragged down by hurricane-related disruptions. → Read More

Health care stocks: Trump ends subsidies to Obamacare insurers, shares fall

Shares of hospitals and insurers with a larger Medicaid business took hits after the news. → Read More

Friday the 13th: Stocks perform worse on this frightful day

The Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index performs worse on Fridays that end in 13 than it does on every other Friday. → Read More

Bank of America earnings: Consumer banking boosts results

The bank posted a 13% jump in net income to $5.6 billion. → Read More

J.P. Morgan earnings: 3 trends bank customers learned

J.P. Morgan's CFO offers two-cents on strong earnings, Equifax hack fallout and outlook for interest rates paid on banking accounts. → Read More

What drove J.P. Morgan's third-quarter profit?

Citing a strong consumer, JP Morgan kicked off the profit reporting season with an earnings beat. → Read More

4 earnings trends that could impact your 401(k)

Trends include a hit from Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, and a boost from strong overseas sales. → Read More

Stock gains to continue in ’18, Credit Suisse says

The bull market turns 9 in March, and Credit Suisse’s newest stock strategist is predicting the party on Wall Street will continue in 2018. → Read More

IMF raises its forecast for global growth for 2017, 2018

The pickup in growth that started in the second half of 2016 has gained momentum, the organization says. → Read More

Nobel winner Richard Thaler shows how emotions derail financial plans

The study of how psychology shapes economic decisions burst into the public eye after its founding father won the Nobel Prize in economics. → Read More

What's Bitcoin exactly, and should I invest in it?

Bitcoin's emergence as the most valuable digital currency has implications for investors. → Read More

Inflation data, Fed minutes take center stage this week

Wall Street gets new data on inflation and fresh clues about the Federal Reserve's take on continued softeness in inflation. → Read More

S&P 500’s new-high streak best in 20 years

The record-setting Standard & Poor’s 500 stock market on Thursday notched its sixth record close in a row → Read More

Why the Dow won't be haunted by an October market crash this year

Despite October's lousy reputation on Wall Street due to past stock crashes, the bull run in stocks s not expected to be derailed this October. → Read More

Wells Fargo plans to refund some mortgage customers

The bank will issue refunds to mortgage customers that paid fees on loan rate locks due to delays caused by the bank. → Read More

Unlucky 7? Dow looks to dodge curse of years ending in a 7

What investors may not know is that many of the stock market’s worst-ever drops have occurred in October when the last digit of the year ends in a 7. → Read More

Billionaire Warren Buffett says stock valuations make sense with interest rates where they are

With long-term interest rates at depressed levels, Buffett, who appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box," said stocks "will do considerably better than bonds." → Read More

Jeff Immelt exits as GE chairman months earlier than planned

Jeff Immelt, the ex-CEO of General Electric, steps aside as chairman earlier than expected amid a transition to new leadership. → Read More