Mottek On Money Special Edition (Monday, June 15th, 2020)

Mottek On Money
Monday, June 15th
Mottek On Money Special Edition - Main Street and Wall Street:  Stocks slide at the opening bell after the market's worst week since the bear market sell off three months ago. Concerns about a rise in coroanvirus cases now that businesses are reopening after the pandemic lockdowns weighed on global markets. But a late a rally turned the Dow's more than 700 point loss during the trading day to a 158 point closing gain. The latest market analysis from Art Hogan, Chief Market Strategist, National Securities. The U.S. Supreme Court rules the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment. Many legal issues arise as businesses reopen as the coroanvirus crisis continues. The latest discussed with labor law attorney Thomas Lenz, partner at Atkinson, Andelson law firm in Pasadena and lecturer in law, USC Gould School of Law. Jeff Lazerson, President, and OC Register columnist discusses mortgage rates hovering near all time lows and real estate activity suddenly reactivated in Southern California.