SYDNEY Fresh cracks appeared in global markets on Thursday as investors sought the safety of Japanese yen, gold and top-rated bonds while dumping U.S.
The relief rally on Wednesday stopped short, with European stocks falling for the eighth time in nine days, as concern intensified that the global economy is slowing.
Investors were pleased Wednesday when Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said weakening stock prices pose a risk to the economy, convinced she won't rush into more rate hikes.
Elon Musk has done it again. As he has previously, the Tesla Motors CEO took to Twitter to break the news that reservations for the company's low cost Model 3 will begin on March 31.
Nationwide, the average vacancy rate is 1.6 percent, according a report from RealtyTrac. But in Flint, the rate is nearly five times higher at 7.5 percent.