U.S. stocks turned mostly lower Tuesday after a reading on U.S. manufacturing activity underlines labor shortages and supply bottlenecks. See full story.
‘If it got too successful it would be destroyed’: Remembering the Tulsa massacre, when a white mob destroyed ‘Black Wall Street’ 100 years ago
In roughly 24 hours, the mob destroyed an estimated $1.47 million — or more than $20 million in today’s dollars — of Black-owned homes and businesses. See full story.
Oil prices surge to more than 2-year highs as OPEC+ keeps its output plan in place
Crude futures rally on Tuesday, with U.S. and global benchmark prices on track to mark their highest settlements in more than two years, after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and their allies decided to keep their current plan to gradually increase oil production through July in place. See full story.
Bitcoin is headed toward its worst month since 2011; ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ author says that’s ‘great news’
“Bitcoin crashing. Great news,” tweeted “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” author Robert Kiyosaki on Sunday, saying it provides a good buying opportunity. See full story.
Your 401(k) fees could cost you half a million dollars in retirement
Lower fees can shave months — or even years— off your retirement date See full story.
It will debut in June, but there’s a catch to the headline-grabbing price tag. See full story.