As went the first six months, so go the next? See full story.
Mexico’s presidential election: Investors need to know these key factors
Sunday’s presidential election will give Mexico a new leader, and with unorthodox candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador leading in the polls, market participants are preparing for what his administration could mean for Mexican assets and Nafta. See full story.
Housing is the least affordable in 10 years — here’s what’s to blame
Housing affordability – defined as housing payments divided by income – is at its most stretched since 2008, largely due to tepid wage growth. In reality, higher mortgage costs made housing less affordable before the housing bubble inflated. See full story.
Trump says Saudi Arabia agreed to raise oil output by ‘maybe up to’ 2 million barrels a day
President Donald Trump early Saturday said that crude-oil swing producer Saudi Arabia has agreed to raise output by as much as 2 million barrels a day. See full story.
Trump-era tariffs are hitting this one industry especially hard
Six months ago, the U.S. Department of Commerce levied its first tariffs on Canadian uncoated groundwood paper, resulting in a significant rise in the cost of newsprint. Now, newspapers are struggling to adapt. See full story.
It’s the size of a postcard. See full story.