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 Stephanie Landsman: Avalon Advisors’ Bill Stone sees U.S.-China trade war jitters inflicting more market pain.
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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 Keris Lahiff: Stock markets are slowly healing from the worst of the month’s trade war sell-off.
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From Keris Lahiff: One stock has been a surprise winner on the S&P 500 this year: Coty.
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 Emily McCormick: Stocks recovered some losses Friday after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin called trade talks with China this week “constructive.” The upbeat comments helped ease concerns after President Donald Trump’s new tariffs on Chinese-made goods went into effect early Friday morning, escalating fears of a full-blown trade war.
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.”