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Stocks drop as intrigue grows on what's next for Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.
U.S. tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods goes into effect today. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, and Andy Serwer discuss with former Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn.
Former Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn addresses reports that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein is out at the Justice Department. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, and Andy Serwer weigh in.
Oil prices extend gains following yesterday's OPEC-led surge as investors question the impact of U.S. sanctions on Iran and cartel member's ability to boost production if needed. European stocks book solid opening gains amid reports that Italy's coalition government will deliver a budget that falls withing EU deficit rules. Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields top 3.1% for the first time since May following a $37 billion 2-year Monday that drew the highest yield since June 2008.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. analysts, led by cross-asset strategist John Normand, in a Sept. 21 research report, says investors should be prepared for the possibility of a “major miscalculation” by President Donald Trump’s administration on trade.
Tuesday 08:45 BST Oil prices were marginally higher on Tuesday, after Brent crude touched a four-year high on Monday, following the decision of producers not to increase production. Asia-Pacific equities ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated from its Friday record, as heightened trade tensions stoked cautiousness among investors on Monday. The Dow and the S&P 500 began the week on a downbeat note after China pulled out of trade talks with the U.S. The move came after the two countries announced new tariffs on each other’s goods last week, escalating a conflict that has kept many investors on edge this year. The broad S&P 500 dropped 10.30 points, or 0.4%, to 2919.37, while the Nasdaq Composite edged up 6.29 points, or 0.1%, to 7993.25.
Stocks in Asia diverged after a weak showing from Wall Street and as some markets returned from a Monday holiday while others took Tuesday off. Tokyo’s Topix index climbed 0.6 per cent following reports ...
Trade once again took center stage on Monday, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average lower as investors worried about mounting tensions between the U.S. and China. Although tech stocks managed to claw their way back into the black, tariff turmoil was the order of the day. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 181.45 points, or 0.68%, to 26562.05, while the S&P 500 fell 10.30 points, or 0.35%, to 2919.37.
Strategists at Morgan Stanley on Monday raise their rating on emerging-market currencies and bonds to neutral from negative, in part because global risks are more moderate than projected.