Listen: President Rafael Bostick, Bloomberg And Jeff Bellinger discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Advances that mainly of Miller K back tells Bloomberg radio there will no doubt be more down days for Wall Street, but there are signs the market is starting to stabilize biggest concern of questions what we've seen lately with these wild mood exacerbated by all goes and other things I just don't think we'll see the kind of big six hundred point moves. We saw on the doubt recently, mainly says investors will be focused on the trade negotiations with China ahead of the start of the earnings reporting season, the national federation of independent business will release its monthly reading on small business optimism early this morning. The Labor Department's jolts report will be out after the start of trading on Wall Street. It includes data on the number of people who voluntarily leave their jobs. Economists regard a high quit rate as a sign of worker confidence. Atlanta fed President Rafael Bostick will be speaking again tomorrow Bostick said yesterday, he expects a single interest. Rate hike this year. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM."