The manufacturing sector in the US is finally showing signs of shaking off the economic shackles that held it behind.
The second half of 2016 could continue to see market swings and volatility, if the first half is anything to go by.
Tech company Talend is following Twilio by filing for IPO. People in Canada doing online stock trading need to observe this.
While oil stocks are gradually rising after the Brexit setback, the North Dakota oil scene has been glum.
The shock of Brexit subsides as oil prices surge following the threat of the Norwegian strike and the Venezuelan oil crisis.
The impact of Brexit has been worldwide and further uncertainty makes the future trends hard to predict for stock market experts.
The Brexit vote has plunged markets into uncertainty while the pound has sunk a 30-year low. So will stock trading be affected?
Brexit has brought about immediate changes in oil stocks that have slumped significantly over the ensuing uncertainty.
These oil stocks may be cheap as the market perceives them to depressed, but analysts see a significant potential for growth.
Facebook is on a growth path as it is looking to expand its monetization opportunities and lure advertisers.