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The Canadian ambassador to the United States says the U.S. will move forward with the formal extradition of Huawei executive Weng Wanzhou. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Heidi Chung, and Rick Newman discuss with Lending Tree Chief Economist Tendayi Kapfidze and Rosecliff CEO Mike Murphy.
AdvisorShares CEO Noah Hamman says “taking an active approach to how you manage your money is critically important in the environment we’re heading into.” Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to him.
The yen slid as the Bank of Japan cut its inflation outlook. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index reversed an early decline as a positive report from Carrefour SA boosted retailers. “Risk premia are quite high, so I think the markets are pricing quite a lot of uncertainty -- and probably too much uncertainty on the economic front, which is why we’ve seen this recent rally,” said Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equity strategist at Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
SINGAPORE (AP) — World stock markets were subdued Wednesday as news of possible hiccups in U.S.-China trade talks ratcheted up growth worries.
On Wall Street, stocks dropped to their lows of the day following a Financial Times story which said the U.S. had canceled a trade meeting with Chinese officials. The report was later confirmed by a source familiar with the situation to CNBC's Kayla Tausche. Major stock markets in Asia ended mixed on Wednesday amid concerns over the state of ongoing U.S.-China trade negotiations, after reports emerged that the White House canceled a trade planning meeting with Beijing this week.
U.S. stocks broke a four-day winning streak on Tuesday as global growth worries were front and center. It might be time for a pause in market gains, one analyst says.
Stocks fell sharply Tuesday following new signs the global economy is weakening and reports of difficulties in trade talks between the U.S. and China. That broke a four-day winning streak for U.S. indexes.
U.S. stocks close lower Tuesday, snapping a four-day winning streak, as trade woes and fresh concerns over the state of the global economy greeted investors returning from the long holiday weekend.
By Stephen Culp NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended lower on Tuesday, snapping a four-session rally, as a gloomy global economic growth outlook, trade concerns and disappointing company forecasts dampened ...
U.S. stocks ended lower on Tuesday, snapping a four-session rally, as a gloomy global economic growth outlook, trade concerns and disappointing company forecasts dampened sentiment. All three major U.S. ...
Stocks closed sharply lower in the worst decline since the Jan. 3 sell-off, as the S&P 500 today dipped below the important 50-day moving average but closed just above it.
A gauge of world stock markets fell on Tuesday as concerns over global growth and trade gave investors incentive to look towards safe-haven assets such as the Japanese yen and government bonds. Investors ...
White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on Tuesday denied a report that the administration has cancelled planned preliminary trade talks with China set for the week. "The story is not true, there was never a planned meeting," Kudlow said on CNBC. The Financial Times had earlier reported the White House rejected an offer by two Chinese vice-ministers to travel to the U.S. this week to set the groundwork for more senior talks scheduled on Jan 30 and 31 between Liu He, China vice-premier and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. Stocks recovered some of their earlier losses after the denial.
President Donald Trump has often taken credit for how well stocks are doing, inadvertently turning equities into a proxy report card for his presidency. But as Trump begins his third year in office, the stock market is sending mixed signals on some of his signature policies, including a protracted trade war with China.