Paul Tudor Jones on CNBC got personal about his daughter's recovery from the coronavirus and how he aims to help New York City's most vulnerable denizens.
"We did in two weeks what it took the Fed eight months to do in 2009," hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones told CNBC.
Paul Tudor Jones thinks the market could be higher by June despite expectations for a turbulent April.
As of Thursday, more than 492,000 cases of coronavirus have been reported, resulting in at least 22,000 deaths.
Stocks achieved their third days of gains on Thursday, with investors looking past the release of record-breaking initial jobless claims.
The Dow is set to sink more than 400 points at Wall Street's open on Monday as China's cornonavirus outbreak widens.
CNBC recaps what the world's political and leaders discussed when they convened at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week.
"I think interest rates will tell us what's going to happen next in the market," billionaire Mark Cuban told CNBC.
InterContinental's Asia Pacific revenue was down 27% year-over-year in 2003, when the SARS virus swept China.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to a lower open, with global stocks from Asia to Europe under pressure.
"We are just again in this craziest monetary and fiscal mix in history. It's so explosive. It defies imagination," Paul Tudor Jones said.
Lasry is the latest major Wall Street investor to warn about the damage the stock market could sustain in the event of a Sen. Elizabeth Warren victory.
The current bull market has enjoyed a whopping 468% gain for the S&P 500 through the first day of November.
Wall Street's fear of Elizabeth Warren is so extreme that it might only be rivaled by the investor angst of 2016, when worries over Republican candidate Trump made Hillary Clinton's election seem all the more certain.
"People may be predicting a recession, but we're not seeing it in any of our numbers," says PayPal's Dan Schuman.
Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones says the stock market will turn south because it will assume a Democrat will raise taxes.
Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones says the stock market is getting a boost from a combination of easy monetary policy in the U.S. and lower taxes.
Jones says that a poll at his investment firm found that employees believe the S&P 500 could swoon to 2,250 if Warren wins.
The strategy will entail a bet on falling rates, rising gold, against the dollar and "at some point" stocks, the hedge fund magnate said.
Hedge-fund manager Paul Tudor Jones has joined Warren Buffett's pledge to give more than half of his wealth away to charity.