PE HUB Second Opinion


Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks at a news conference following the Federal Open Market Committee meetings in Washington, U.S., March 21, 2018. Reuters/Aaron P. Bernstein

President Trump suggests the government shutdown could last “months or years.”

A strong December jobs report provides assurance on the economy.

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says the central bank will be “patient” on rate hikes and that he won’t resign if Trump asks.

The Dow surges 800 points.

Lowe’s looks to hire 65,000 new employees in tightest labor market in decades.

Hillary Clinton is reportedly meeting with potential Democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential race, with top-tier contenders seeking her endorsement.

Nexon founder hints at plan to sell his $9 billion majority share in gaming giant.

Antarctic ice melts to January record low.