Bryn Mawr's Jeffrey Mills believes the market needs more time to break out of its slump.
CNBC spoke to people about how they fell into medical debt and how it shapes their lives.
The U.S. and China agreed on a "substantial phase one" trade deal that delays tariff hikes set to kick in next week.
The major indexes rallied to end the week as the Trump administration struck what it called a "substantial" trade deal with China.
Trump says the Federal Reserve should still lower interest rates even though China and the U.S. agreed to the first part of a trade deal.
When the third-quarter earnings season kicks off in the coming week, it is likely to expose the trade war's impact on corporate bottom lines.
Overnight repos will continue "at least through January" and the Fed will buy T-bills "at least into the second quarter" of 2020.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son plans to target tech companies with clearer paths to profits as it fundraises for Vision Fund 2, sources say.
"We've seen in the last few months that there's more money on the sidelines" among retirement savers, says Fidelity's Kathleen Murphy.