Hi, everyone. It’s mid-week, and we see the latest impact of the trade war with China, and what that means for the economic outlook of the nation. The emerging marijuana industry poses new questions to those looking to invest in what might seem like a lucrative industry. Jamie Oliver now faces bankruptcy for his restaurant chain. We take a closer look at pending legislation for small investment advisers and the impact of such regulation. And new data points to a shocking statistic behind the state of American retirement funds or lack thereof.
Further escalation in the yearlong trade war between Washington and Beijing would hammer away at growth at a time when the global economy is already set to slow, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Tuesday.
The entrepreneur and anti-junk food campaigner said Tuesday that the restaurant business was being placed into administration, or bankruptcy protection.
Supporters of legislation that could ease regulations on small investment advisers hope that getting an earlier start in the new Congress will help get the measure over the finish line.
A study by the Aspen Institute has found that about 60% of American workers do not own a retirement account, according to this article on Motley Fool.