The president of the American Society of Health Economics explains the ins and outs of COVID-19's potential effect on the U.S. economy.
What the worst stock-trading day of 2019 means for your bank account and why investors are freaking out about a recession.
The Dow Jones swung from a 1,175 point drop on Monday, to a 550 point gain on Tuesday.
In Australia, $71 billion was wiped off the stock market in just two days.
Global investors have overreacted to China's massive stock market plunge, economists told VICE News. The US in particular does not need to be too worried, they claimed.
Early gains on the Dow Jones industrial average disappeared later in the afternoon, and the index recorded a 205-point loss for the day overall.