Patti Domm, CNBC

Patti Domm


Englewood Cliffs, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Patti:

Bond market counting on the Fed to do less when it comes to interest rate hikes

Stock investors have been scared by rising bond yields, and now bond investors are spooked by the bearishness of the stock market's sell-off. → Read More

When the market was tanking, these stocks were hitting all-time highs and could go even higher

While market losses were racking up, this group of stocks was breaking out to all-time highs and looks set for even more gains. → Read More

Stocks poised for near-term rally after S&P 500 flirts with bear market, but selling is not over

The S&P 500's bounce back from a near-miss bear market has set up the potential for a near-term rally, but there could be more pain ahead for stocks soon. → Read More

Stocks head for another potentially treacherous week, after S&P 500 falls into bear market territory

If there's more bad news from retailers in the coming week, that could be a negative catalyst for an already cranky stock market. → Read More

As stocks edge near bear market, it will be the economy that decides where the sell-off ends

The S&P 500 has been flirting with bear market territory, as it tries to find a bottom, but how low it goes depends on whether the economy tips into recession. → Read More

Stocks set to test lows, driven by mounting worries about the economy and corporate profits

New worries about the consumer and the economy snuffed out the market's spring rally and sent stocks on a course back toward recent lows -- or lower. → Read More

Gasoline could top $5 a gallon this summer, causing more pain for consumers

Gasoline prices are climbing towards $5 or higher nationally, and look set to stay high even beyond peak driving season in July. → Read More

Households are now spending the equivalent of $5,000 a year on gasoline: Yardeni

U.S. households are now spending the equivalent of $5,000 a year on gasoline, up from $2,800 a year ago, according to Yardeni Research. → Read More

Natural gas prices have already doubled this year. A hot summer could push them even higher

U.S. natural gas prices more than doubled since the start of the year, and the air-conditioning season could send them soaring by another 25% or more. → Read More

Investors could get a reprieve from vicious stock sell-off in week ahead

Investors could get a reprieve in the week ahead from the vicious selling cycle that has gripped the stock market since late March. → Read More

April's consumer price index report expected to show inflation has already peaked

April's consumer price index may show inflation has reached its height. → Read More

Stocks could see more tumult next week, especially if bond yields continue to scream higher

After a week of extraordinary turbulence, stocks are likely to remain volatile as investors await fresh data on inflation and watch the course of bond yields. → Read More

Job growth and wages were strong in April, but some workers just disappeared

April's job growth was strong and wage gains were solid, yet fewer Americans were working or looking for jobs than in March. → Read More

Jobs growth should be strong in April but hot pace could slow in coming months as wages climb

The economy was expected to have added 400,000 jobs in April in a tight labor market, but economists say the number of new payrolls could soon start to slow. → Read More

The Fed is expected to raise rates by a half point. Investors wonder if it will get more aggressive

Investors are focused on whether the Federal Reserve will signal an even more aggressive rate-hiking path going forward. → Read More

Stocks could stay choppy as fears about the Fed overshadow earnings news

Investors will watch corporate earnings to see how things they have been worrying about, interest rates, inflation and Ukraine, are impacting the bottom line. → Read More

March's runaway energy prices and higher food costs could mean hottest consumer inflation since 1981

Consumer price inflation in March is expected to have risen the most since December 1981, driven by higher food costs, rising rents and runaway energy prices. → Read More

Big banks' earnings and a hot inflation report could sway markets in short holiday week

Markets face what could be a hot inflation report in the week ahead and a batch of big bank earnings to start the earnings season. → Read More

A fertilizer shortage, worsened by war in Ukraine, is driving up global food prices and scarcity

A shortage of fertilizer has added to growing concerns about the price and scarcity of food because of disruptions in Russia and Ukraine. → Read More

Markets will be looking for clues from the Fed ahead, as historically strong month gets underway

The stock market is heading into what promises to be a volatile second quarter, but April is traditionally the best month of the year for stocks. → Read More