U.S. manufacturing activity soared last month to the highest level in nearly four decades. Factories are seeing a surge in new orders.
But what does the recovery mean for prices? Major American producers say their costs are up and someone has to pay for them.
As special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) surge in popularity, the Securities and Exchange Commission grows more and more concerned, since companies normally unqualified for an IPO are going public with SPACs.