Stock futures open slightly lower as U.S.-China tensions simmer

Stock futures opened slightly lower Thursday evening, extending losses from the regular session as investors eyed renewed tensions between the U.S. and China. President Donald Trump is expected to address some of the recent points of strain between the world’s two largest economies in a press conference Friday. Stocks tumbled off their intraday highs and […]

Airbnb hosts on their way to recovery as lockdowns lift

The short-term rental industry has turned a corner, perhaps just in time.  Airbnb occupancy rates in the U.S. are up 17.1% in May compared to a month ago, but down 15.6% year-over-year, according to new data by AllTheRooms Analytics, a New York-based short-term rental...

Money ‘is not what’s driving’ return plan

The NHL on Tuesday unveiled a detailed plan to return in mid-July or later for a 24-team NHL Playoffs, after the league halted its season on March 12 due to coronavirus concerns. The multi-phase plan would allow players to start practicing in small groups at their...

US and China heading towards a cold war: Ian Bremmer

Eurasia Group Founder and CEO Ian Bremmer believes that the U.S. and China are heading towards a cold war, as tensions rise over the issue in Hong Kong. “We are in a technology cold war,” Bremmer said on Yahoo Finance’s “On The Move.” “The fact is that the Chinese...