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Jeff Cox


Englewood Cliffs, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Jeff:

First-quarter GDP declined 1.5%, worse than thought; jobless claims climb

The U.S. economic contraction to start the year was worse than expected as weak business and private investment failed to offset strong consumer spending. → Read More

First-quarter GDP declined 1.5%, worse than thought; jobless claims edge lower

The U.S. economic contraction to start the year was worse than expected as weak business and private investment failed to offset strong consumer spending. → Read More

Fed minutes point to more rate hikes quicker than the market anticipates

The rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday released the minutes from its May 3-4 meeting. → Read More

Ed Yardeni lowers stock market outlook on rising threat of a recession

Wall Street veteran Ed Yardeni is growing more pessimistic about the state of the economy and, consequently, less optimistic on his stock market outlook. → Read More

Goldman Sachs says the selling won't stop until this happens

Investors are looking for a capitulation point that may not come for a while, according to a Goldman analysis. → Read More

Americans were worried about the economy even before inflation exploded, Fed survey shows

The Fed's annual Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking showed that just 24% thought national economic conditions were good or excellent. → Read More

The Fed doesn't care about your stock portfolio — at least until inflation calms down

The Fed is going its own way these days, taking on an inflation fight its leading officials say is pivotal for protecting the U.S. economy. → Read More

Bank of America warns stagflation scenario will tank stocks, says keep buying energy shares

Chances for a stagflation environment are increasing and making energy stocks the most attractive investment, according to Bank of America. → Read More

Inflation-fighting Fed isn't focused on impact of rates on stocks, Esther George Says

Central bank official noted that the Fed is looking to tighten financial conditions, and part of that is the stock market → Read More

Apple may have to slide a lot further before the market sell-off stops, trader says

Investors looking for an end to the ferocious selling of 2022 should watch Apple, according to trader Danielle Shay. → Read More

CEO outlook dims sharply, with more than half expecting a recession ahead, survey shows

The Conference Board measure of CEO sentiment showed that 57% expect the economy to sustain a "very short, mild recession." → Read More

Powell says the Fed will not hesitate to keep raising rates until inflation comes down

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said he will back interest rate increases until prices start falling back toward a healthy level. → Read More

Investor bets against tech reach highest point since 2006, Bank of America survey shows

Investors have grown even more fearful of tech stocks in May, slashing their allocations to the lowest level in nearly 16 years. → Read More

Retail spending increased 0.9% in April, boosted by demand and inflation

Retail sales were expected to rise 1% in April, according to Dow Jones estimates. → Read More

Bernanke says the Fed's slow response to inflation 'was a mistake'

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the central bank erred in waiting to address the inflation problem. → Read More

The economic outlook may not be as bad as the market fears. Here's where investors should be looking

It's probably time to tap the brakes a little on worries that everything is crashing down. → Read More

The ultimate market lows have not been reached, Bank of America’s Hartnett says

The search for a tradeable market bottom will continue for a while longer until more conditions are met, according to Bank of America. → Read More

Powell says he can't guarantee a 'soft landing' as the Fed looks to control inflation

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned Thursday that getting inflation under control could cause some economic pain but remains his top priority. → Read More

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell confirmed by Senate for a second term

The Senate on Thursday voted to give Powell a second four-year run at the central bank's helm. → Read More

Wholesale inflation rose 11% in April as producer prices keep accelerating

Producer prices were expected to increase 0.5% in April, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones. → Read More