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Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after June Retail Sales rose 0.5%, with May results revised substantially higher. Here's the performance of select trending stocks as of 11:00 am ET: IQ IQIYI Inc ADS 6.92% AMD Advanced Micro Devices Inc 4.20% BAC Bank of America Corporation 2.40% C Citigrp Inc 2.32% CSCO Cisco Systems 2.35% SOGO Sogou Inc 2.31% JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co 2.00% WFC Wells Fargo 1.76% SHOP(HB) Shopify Inc 1.74% CMCSA Comcast Cl A 1.59% BA Boeing Co 1.37% TVIX(HB) VS 2X VIX Short Term 1.16% MU Micron Tech 1.21% SQ Square Inc 0.99% AMZN Amazon.com Inc 0.89% AMAT Applied Materials 0.85% T AT&T Inc 0.79% NKE Nike Inc Cl B 0.76% JCP(HB) Penney (J.C.) 0.63% TRXC(HB) TransEnterix Inc 0.65% VZ Verizon Communications 0.54% NKTR(0) Nektar Therapeutics 0.46% UVXY(HB) ProShs Ultra VIX Short-Term 0.31% VXX iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term 0.29% X U.S. Steel Corporation 0.30% RAD Rite Aid 0.00% FB Facebook Inc 0.29% DIS Disney (Walt) Co 0.25% BIDU Baidu Inc 0.23% AAPL Apple Inc 0.25% CRM salesforce.com Inc 0.23% FIT Fitbit Inc 0.23% HMNY(HB,F) Helios and Matheson Analytics 0.27% HUYA(HB) HUYA Inc 0.16% GOOGL Alphabet Inc Cl A 0.13% LRCX Lam Research 0.03% WBA Walgreen Boots Alliance Inc 0.13% QCOM Qualcomm Inc 0.04% QQQ Invesco QQQ Trust Series 1 0.02% GOOG Alphabet Inc Cl C Cap Stock 0.01% GE General Electric Co 0.04% GEVO(HB) Gevo Inc 0.00% MSFT Microsoft Corp -0.04% HD Home Depot Inc -0.02% BABA Alibaba Group Holding Ltd -0.04% BILI(HB) Bilibili Inc ADS -0.22% SPY SPDR S&P 500 ETF -0.09% PYPL PayPal Hldgs Inc -0.10% KO Coca-Cola Co -0.11% CVS CVS Health Corp -0.13% TWTR Twitter Inc -0.20% DBX Dropbox Inc -0.25% SIRI Sirius XM Hldgs Inc -0.28% CELG Celgene Corp -0.33% INTC Intel Corp -0.34% PG Procter & Gamble Cc -0.40% NVDA Nvidia Corp -0.42% AVGO Broadcom Inc -0.42% GILD Gilead Sciences -0.45% PFE Pfizer Inc -0.47% BB BlackBerry Ltd -0.49% TEVA Teva Pharm Indus ADR -0.54% V Visa Inc -0.55% NFLX Netflix Inc -0.53% IBM Intl Business Machines Corp -0.58% WMT Wal-Mart Stores -0.57% JD JD.com Inc -0.63% KMI Kinder Morgan Inc -0.81% GERN(HB) Geron Corp -0.83% ABBV AbbVie Inc -0.91% JNJ Johnson & Johnson -0.98% ADBE Adobe Systems -1.04% SNAP(HB) Snap Inc -1.16% SBUX Starbucks Corp -1.18% ORCL Oracle Corp -1.30% XOM Exxon Mobil -1.40% CVX Chevron Corporation -1.44% CAT Caterpillar Inc -1.52% F Ford Motor -1.59% ARWR(0) Arrowhead Pharma Inc -1.71% MO Altria Grp -1.71% SRPT Sarepta Therapeutics Inc -1.87% ROKU Roku Inc Cl A -1.88% BP BP P.L.C. ADS -2.28% PBR Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. ADS -2.67% TSLA Tesla Inc -3.49% SDRL(HB) Seadrill Limited -3.87% ACBFF(HB) Aurora Cannabis Inc -5.01% CGC(HB) Canopy Growth -5.35% CHK Chesapeake Energy Corp -5.97%
President Trump is meeting Vladimir Putin for a high-stakes summit. Many issues are on the agenda, but it’s not clear if Russia’s meddling in the 2016 elections is one of them. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks with Rick Newman and political analyst Lincoln Mitchell.
Data showing China's economy and factory production growth had slowed sent Asian markets lower at the start of the week, as investors fret an escalating trade battle between China and the United States may soon start to damage the real economy . Merger speculation concerning industrials helped outweigh the Chinese data. "Despite all the noise around China and Trump, you are going to get a real indication of macroeconomic health much more from company management.
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are mixed Monday morning as banks rise along with interest rates but energy companies sink along with the price of oil. Stocks finished at five-month highs last week as investors remained optimistic about the U.S. economy even as they worried about the trade war between the U.S. and China as well as other tensions.
Stocks still have room to run, but "there are tremendous storm clouds on the horizon," says Guggenheim's Alan Schwartz. Scott Minerd, Guggenheim’s chief investment officer, said last week the market is underestimating the risk of a trade war.
U.S. stocks are little changed in early trading on Monday, as the latest earnings and consumer data pointed to ongoing strength in the economy, though this was offset by ongoing geopolitical question marks, in particular a highly anticipated meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
US stocks rallied last week even though Japan and other emerging markets are reeling under tremendous pressure. The small-cap Russell 2000 Index and the tech-heavy NASDAQ Composite scored record highs, while the S&P 500 touched a five-month high. The S&P 500 rose 1.50% and closed the week at 2,801.31. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 2.30% to 25,019.41, while the NASDAQ Composite rose 1.79% to 7,825.98. The US ten-year Treasury yield remained flat at ~2.83% for a second week in a row. Financials lagging broader markets
Wall Street investors find themselves facing off with a bull of their own, one that is in its ninth year and, despite being beset by a cavalcade of concerns, appears on the verge of resuming the second-longest run since WWII.
MARKET PULSE U.S. stock-index benchmarks opened slightly higher Monday, with the latest corporate earnings likely to set the tone for traders, although ongoing geopolitical worries could keep gains in check.