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A rare mix of geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and China is tugging oil prices in opposite directions and creating uncertainty over where they might land. Deteriorating trade talks between the United States and China have threatened to drive down the cost of oil and gasoline. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Caught in a sprawling trade dispute with U.S. rival China, President Donald Trump has decided against declaring commercial war on America's friends.
Stocks closed broadly lower on Wall Street Friday and notched their second-straight weekly loss, as investors were whipsawed by contradictory developments in the Trump administration's array of trade conflicts.
After both the U.S. and China made conciliatory comments earlier in the week, it seems that the rhetoric is now going the other way. According to a state-run media agency, Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman Gao Feng accused the United States of “bullying behavior.” The commentary comes after the United States raised tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods, and China, in retaliation, announced increased tariffs on U.S. goods that are scheduled to start in June.
SINGAPORE (AP) — Global markets were mostly lower on Friday amid worries that U.S. economic sanctions on Huawei may cast a pall on trade negotiations with China.
Stocks closed higher on Wall Street for the third straight day Thursday, erasing most of the plunge they took at the start of the week on worries about the worsening trade fight between China and the U.S. ...
Co-Chief Investment Officer Francis Gannon on what increased volatility, lower returns and low interest rates mean for the small-cap market
Stocks climbed on Tuesday and clawed back a chunk of their losses from Monday's rout, the latest whipsaw move as investors weigh just how badly the escalating U.S.-China trade war will hurt the economy. ...
Stocks got slammed across the board as China upped the ante on the trade war with a fresh round of tariffs. Apple and Boeing weighed on the Dow Jones.
Ares Management Corp. is among stocks likely to join the Russell 1000 of large-caps and EXP World Holdings Inc. will be one of those added to the Russell 2000 of smaller firms, KBW said. The projections came after FTSE Russell on Friday kicked off a seven-week process in which stocks are shuffled based on their market capitalization. FTSE Russell’s gauges are benchmarked by $16 trillion of money globally.
Through the end of April, large-cap stocks outpaced their small-cap rivals by a modest percentage, but those margins expanded last month and over the past three months. RWSL, which debuted in January, tracks the Russell 2000/Russell 1000 150/50 Net Spread Index. The aim of that index is to “provide a vehicle for investors looking to efficiently express a small-capitalization over large-capitalization investment view by overweighting exposure to the Long Component and shorting exposure to the Short Component,” according to Direxion.
Stock markets fell on Monday after trade talks between the U.S. and China wrapped up without an agreement, with economists warning that the escalating dispute over trade and technology would likely hurt economic growth. China said it would take unspecified countermeasures after the U.S. increased its import tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods to 25% from 10% as of Friday. After trade talks broke up later in the day, U.S. officials said they were preparing to expand those tariffs to cover another $300 billion of goods, covering most imports from China.
The stock market ended a bumpy week with a late gain Friday as traders hoped that the latest flare-up in trade tensions between the U.S. and China will fade. Stocks recovered after an early slide triggered ...
STOCK ALERT 3:30 p.m. At 12:01 a.m. ET Friday morning, tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods imported to the U.S. rose to 25%, sending stocks down at Friday’s open. A presidential tweet suggesting that negotiators from the world’s two largest economies were in no rush to reach a deal pushed them further into the red.
Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman discuss with BBG Ventures President Susan Lyne and College Board President Jeremy Singer.
Investors try to find their footing as market volatility persists. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Jared Blikre, Ann Berry - Cornell Capital Managing Director and Michael Antonelli, Robert W. Baird Managing Director and Chief Market Strategist discuss.
Trade tensions ratchet up as China announces retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods. This comes as the USTR said they will release details of tariffs on $300 billion more Chinese imports, covering virtually all Chinese imports. Former IMF executive board member and Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Doug Rediker says President Trump doesn't have 'patience' to watch the market fall, it will impact his thinking. He joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith.
Small cap stocks aren't immune to trade ramifications. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Andy Serwer, Yousef Abbasi INTL FCStone Director of U.S. Institutional Equities and Global Market StrategistChris Retzler - Needham Small Cap Growth Fund discuss.