Dunstan Prial, Fox Business

Dunstan Prial

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New York, NY, United States

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Week Ahead: January Jobs Report

The January jobs report, due out Friday, will highlight next week’s economic calendar. Analysts are forecasting another strong month of job creation but much of the focus will be on wage growth. → Read More

Commuters Desperate for New Hudson River Train Tunnel

As the population of the metro New York/New Jersey area has multiplied during the past century, a linchpin of the region’s commuter rail transportation system has remained unchanged. → Read More

With Eye on Turbulent Markets, Fed Won't Be Raising Rates Again

Since no rate hike is expected, investors will instead be looking for the Fed to backtrack somewhat on its optimistic forecasts for 2016. → Read More

Millennials Fear Impact of Higher Rates: Survey

Among all the age groups surveyed, millennials expressed the most concern about how higher borrowing costs would affect their wallets and the least concern over whether higher rates would hurt the broader economy. → Read More

Market Selloff: It Could Get A Lot Uglier

The rout in U.S. stock markets deepened Wednesday and the only thing for certain is that it could get a lot uglier. → Read More

Week Ahead: Inflation, Housing and Earnings

A key report on inflation, a couple of pieces of housing data and earnings reports from an array of bellwether companies highlight next week’s economic calendar. → Read More

Market Pros Fear Recession, Consumers Not So Much

Views diverge on whether another recession is right around the corner, with the split between professional market participants who are getting nervous and average consumers who aren’t. → Read More

GOP Early Debate: Candidates Paint Darker Picture of Economy Than Obama

The three candidates participating in the FOX Business Network’s early Republican presidential debate painted a far darker picture of the U.S. economy than President Obama did earlier this week. → Read More

Goldman To Pay $15M T0 Settle Short Sale Violations: SEC

Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay $15 million to settle allegations the investment bank violated federal regulations that dictate how brokers can arrange stock short sales for clients. → Read More

Obama: American Economy 'Strongest Most Durable' in the World

President Obama in his final State of the Union address said Americans are living in a time of “extraordinary change,” one that presents tremendous opportunities but also poses grave threats. → Read More

Market Turmoil: Don't Panic, There's Always Something

If you’re thinking about selling all your shares and mutual funds and burying the cash in a fruit jar in the backyard, don’t. → Read More

Stocks Facing Bigger Issue Than Chinese Slowdown

Monday's selloff may be a sign of a larger issue for U.S. stock markets: investors are coming around to the reality that years of stock market gains fueled largely by the Fed’s easy money policies are over. → Read More

10 Tips for Avoiding Financial Fraud in 2016

There are certain, common sense steps investors can take to help prevent against investment fraud in the new year. → Read More

Federal Reserve Hikes Rates

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised short-term interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade, an historic decision that marks the final break from an era of unprecedented stimulus programs initiated in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. The move had been widely anticipated. → Read More

All Systems Go For A Rate Hike

If, as is widely assumed, the Fed approves the first interest rate hike in nearly a decade this week, all the focus will move instantly away from the timing of the initial hike and toward the trajectory of future rate hikes. → Read More

Week Ahead: At Long Last, A Rate Hike?

Unless something extraordinary occurs between now and then, the Federal Reserve will almost-certainly raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade next week at the conclusion of their December meeting. → Read More

The Rate Hike: Low Rates No Answer to Slow Recovery

Seven years ago the Fed slashed interest rates to near-zero hoping cheaper borrowing costs would lead the economy toward a strong recovery from the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. → Read More

Clinton To Target 'Inversions' With Exit Tax

Hillary Clinton will unveil plans Wednesday to crack down on companies that seek to dodge U.S. taxes by denouncing their U.S. citizenship and moving their headquarters’ overseas. → Read More

Clinton's Commitment to Wall Street Crackdown Questioned

In a New York Times OpEd piece, Hillary Clinton says laws and regulations approved in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis don’t go far enough toward preventing another meltdown. → Read More

Week Ahead: Inflation, Retail Sales and Consumer Sentiment

Next week’s economic calendar is highlighted by inflation data, November retail sales and a report on consumer sentiment. → Read More