From Fred Imbert: Stocks surged on Tuesday after President Donald Trump said he will be meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, at the upcoming G-20 summit, boosting hope for a U.S.-China trade deal.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell on Friday as investors feared President Donald Trump’s surprise threat of tariffs on all Mexico imports, amid a worsening trade war with China, could risk sending the U.S. economy into a recession.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell on Wednesday as bond yields declined again, triggering concerns about the economic outlook. Increasing trade tensions in the China-U.S. trade fight also weighed on markets.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell on Tuesday as a decline in interest rates during the U.S.-China trade war sparked worries about a possible slowdown in the economy.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks rose in choppy trading on Tuesday as investors tried to shake off trade worries following President Donald Trump’s latest remarks on the subject.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell sharply on Thursday as U.S.-China trade worries persisted with more companies suspending business with Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks pulled back on Wednesday as trade worries increased while declines in Qualcomm and retailer shares also dampened market sentiment.
From Fred Imbert : Stocks rose on Wednesday on news that President Donald Trump plans to delay the implementation of auto tariffs.
From Fred Imbert, Kate Rooney, & Eustance Huang: Stocks rose on Tuesday, regaining some of the lost ground following a steep sell-off in the previous session, as investors weighed the impact of the escalating trade war between the United States and China.
From Yun Li : Stocks fell on Friday, extending this week’s sell-off, after President Donald Trump said there’s “absolutely no need to rush” on a trade agreement with China and tariffs will make the United States “much stronger.”
From Fred Imbert, Eustance Huang, Thomas Franck, Silvia Amaro: Stocks recovered the bulk of their earlier losses on Monday as investors bet China and the U.S. will still strike a trade deal despite President Donald Trump‘s threat to hike tariffs on Chinese imports over the weekend.
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From Fred Imbert: Stocks fell on Wednesday after the top-ranking Federal Reserve official hinted that lower rates may not be in the cards.
From Fred Imbert: Stocks rose on Friday after a slew of positive corporate news that included strong bank earnings and Disney unveiling a new streaming service.
From Heidi Chung: Stocks tumbled during Tuesday’s session as trade tensions heat up between the U.S. and the European Union.