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World shares were on their longest losing streak of the year on Wednesday, as a rise in U.S. bond yields above 3 percent and warnings from top global firms about rising costs fed fears a boom in earnings may have peaked. All eyes will be on scandal-hit social media firm Facebook later when it reports its results though there was plenty keeping investors occupied till then.
U.K. stocks dropped Wednesday, with the blue-chip market’s winning streak at risk as elevated U.S. bond yields triggered a selloff on Wall Street.
TOKYO (AP) — Global shares fell back on Wednesday, mirroring a sell-off on Wall Street triggered by worries over slowing growth and falling profits.
Global stocks are on the defensive Wednesday, pulling U.S. futures and European shares lower, as investor re-set expectations for corporate profits in the face of rising investment and input costs.
Investors are bracing themselves for a profit decline for General Motors Co. amid declining U.S. car sales and raw-materials price increases. GM (GM) is slated to report first-quarter earnings before the bell Thursday, counting on the goodwill it has amassed with analysts and investors to prevent a major bloodbath for the stock. “The earnings numbers are going to be down big time from the prior year,” said Bill Selesky, an analyst with Argus Research.
Ford Motor Co. has struggled to give investors reasons to stay positive on the stock beyond the company’s storied pickup truck franchise. Ford (XNYS:F) will get another chance to impress investors on Wednesday, when the company is scheduled to report first-quarter results before the bell. All eyes are on cost-cutting measures that Ford has been touting as a first step to clean house.
European stocks kicked off Wednesday on a soggy note after a further rise in US bond yields and following a drop on Wall Street. After the open, Germany’s Dax index slid 0.9 per cent, France’s CAC 40 declined ...
The U.S. stock market has been struggling to break out of a tight trading range for months, and increasingly investors seem concerned about the implications this could hold for the lengthy bull run.
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