By Barbara Kollmeyer, MarketWatch
The mere idea of a U.S. recession is enough to stress out investors these days. Our chart of the day from @HayekAndKeynes, aka The Long View (blog can be found here ) shows that since 1950, economic expansions have steadily left downturns in the dust. So relax, already.
Boeing /zigman2/quotes/208579720/composite BA +1.10% shares are down after deliveries dropped 37% in the wake of two fatal crashes involving one of its key planes. European rival Airbus /zigman2/quotes/208224336/delayed FR:AIR +0.54% saw its deliveries jump.
China says Vice Premier Liu He had a phone chat with U.S. Trade Rep. Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. A CEO of a Chinese supply chain manager says it’s U.S. clients are anxious over that trade fallout.
“We’re talking marketing dollars and branding, investment in the youth, investment in the players, investment in the coaching staff…I don’t think that that’s ever been there.” — Megan Rapinoe of the World Cup winning U.S. soccer team, on the fight for sports equality as New York gets ready to celebrate that victory.
Millennial Kansas couple can’t make it on $500,000 a year
Police in Chicago closing in on 4.5-foot alligator
U.S. customs seize JPMorgan-owned ship, busted weeks ago for a massive cocaine haul
U.K. ambassador to the U.S. Kim Darroch is out
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