Stocks Slump, Driver's Seat
Wall Street is marking the longest ever period of bullish investor sentiment, reflected in the benchmark S&P 500. But the underlying definition of a bull-market run is arbitrary, experts say.
It seems like bad news is springing up from many major economies. Although it's too early to talk of a doomsday scenario, the risks should no longer be ignored, says DW's Henrik Böhme.
US President Trump is turning the announcement of a new Federal Reserve head into a reality TV experience like his show The Apprentice. But is it just a distraction from other problems? Jens Korte reports from New York.
US consumer prices rose by more than projected in January as apparel costs jumped the most in nearly three decades, adding to signs of an inflation pickup that has roiled financial markets this month.
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