From Fred Imbert: Stocks rose on Tuesday amid news that U.S. lawmakers had secured a tentative deal on border security funding. Improved prospects for a U.S.-China trade deal also boosted equities.
From Michael Sheetz:
From Tyler Durden: We now know where the buyers were willing to start buying again.
From Gina Heeb:
From Michael Sheetz: U.S. stocks rose on Friday as investors looked past a poor Intel earnings report, instead focusing on hope that a government shutdown solution would come soon, as well as a resolution to the U.S.-China trade war.
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From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell on Tuesday, the first trading day of the week, as weak data out of China and lower global growth estimates from the International Monetary Fund renewed fears of the global economy slowing down.
From Fred Imbert & Silvia Amaro: Stocks rose on Friday as investors cheered potential progress in trade negotiations between China and the U.S.
From Fred Imbert & Ryan Browne: Stocks rose on Wednesday as investors cheered strong quarterly earnings from major banks like Goldman Sachs and Bank of America.
From Sarah Ponczek & Reade Pickert (Bloomberg): (Bloomberg) — U.S. stocks rose as investors cheered progress coming out of the three-day trade talks between Chinese and American officials. The dollar tumbled after the head of the Atlanta Fed said the central bank isn’t “locked into a particular trajectory for policy.”
From Fred Imbert: Stocks rallied on Friday after two positive pieces of news for the market.
From Fred Imbert & Sam Meredith: U.S. stocks traded slightly higher on Wednesday — erasing earlier losses — as gains in bank, tech and energy shares offset worries about a possible global economic slowdown.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks alternated between gains and losses on Friday as Wall Street concluded a roller-coaster week.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks traded sharply lower on Thursday, giving back some of the strong gains from the previous day, amid renewed tensions between China and the United States.