FactSet found the biggest US companies headed for their second-highest profit margins ever. That's not how inflation is supposed to work.
Wage growth is roaring, with one measure of pay rises higher than it's been since 2004. But the beast of inflation is raging at a higher pitch.
The most recent data from the Federal Reserve shows that the top 1% wealthiest Americans have a collective net worth of about $36.2 trillion.
In 2002, more than half of new houses sold for under $200,000. In July 2021, only about 2% did, while nearly half sold for over $400,000.
A "HENRY" is someone who makes six figures but feels broke. And they are - compared to the kind of person Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax is targeting.
These graphs give us an insight into the most common ways you'll die and more importantly how long you'll live. So what do we actually know for sure?
The historic relationship between job openings and unemployment has been shattered. Put simply, openings hit record highs as unemployment is still up.
Fresh stimulus and gradual reopening had a positive effect on the economy, but UBS finds hotels and restaurants seem to be benefiting the most.
Restaurants and bars are still about 15% below their pre-pandemic employment levels, and hotel employment is 30% lower than February 2020.
Friday's monthly jobs report showed a stunning addition of 916,000 jobs in one month, but overall jobs are still down 8.4 million from February 2020.
April has long been one of the strongest months for US stocks including gains in 14 in the past 15 years, says LPL Financial's chart strategist.
Business Insider’s Graphics Team was tasked with creating hundreds of graphics throughout this historic year. From covering an unprecedented election to tracking the spread and impact of the coronavirus, graphics can tell us a lot about what happened in 2020. Keep scrolling to explore our highlights, including how the QAnon […]
The pandemic wrecked the US economy, and now – in less than two weeks – voters are set to decide which candidate they want to put it back together. Trump and Biden are making competing cases they are the best person to rebuild the economy. But history suggests that presidents […]
Despite September’s correction in the stock market, the long-term technical setup for further upside is intact heading into the November election, according to Bank of America. Based on a completed “cup and handle” technical analysis pattern, the S&P 500 could rise to 3,700 to 4,300, representing potential upside of 12% […]
A report from online real-estate marketplace Zillow suggests that there hasn’t been a big outflow of urban residents moving to the suburbs during the pandemic in most of America, although there have been widely publicized reports of a short-term flight to rural areas during the pandemic. However, San Francisco is […]
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the US economy, with nearly 13 million fewer jobs in July than in February. Workers in more vulnerable groups, like those without a high-school diploma and those working in certain lower-wage industries, have been hit especially hard. These groups – and the US […]
Not all industries are experiencing the same amount of job losses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The following chart shows who is taking the biggest hit from the pandemic’s effects on employment, along with their typical pre-pandemic wages. The industries with the largest drops in employment from July […]