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U.S. stocks climbed as investors navigated mixed corporate earnings results and signals of a possible extension for a deadline to reach a trade deal with China.
U.S. stocks gained ground on Tuesday as upbeat results from Walmart boosted investor sentiment and high-level U.S.-China trade talks resumed in Washington. All three major U.S. equity indexes closed higher, with the Nasdaq ending its seventh consecutive day in the black.
The Nasdaq took another step in its recovery Tuesday, but the stock market shaved gains in the final hour of trading and leading stocks were weak.
Gold prices rose to a 10-month high on Tuesday as concerns over a global economic slowdown spurred a safe-haven bid and were also supported by a weaker U.S. dollar, which fell on optimism for a breakthrough in U.S.-China trade talks. A gauge of global stock markets rose modestly along with gains on Wall Street, while Europe sagged under falling bank shares and concerns that a car tariff could hurt the region's exports to the United States. Traders kept a close eye on the new round of talks between the United States and China to resolve their trade spat.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks gained ground on Tuesday as upbeat results from Walmart boosted investor sentiment and high-level U.S.-China trade talks resumed in Washington. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
Investors returned from a three-day weekend to push U.S. stocks slightly higher Tuesday, with equities erasing early weakness on optimism over U.S.-China trade talks. Early support came from strong earnings from retail giant Walmart Inc. . The S&P 500 ended around 4 points higher, up 0.2%, near 2,780, according to preliminary figures, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced around 8 points, or less than 0.1%, to finish near 25,891. The Nasdaq Composite rose around 14 points, or 0.2%, to close near 7,487. U.S.-China talks were set to resume in Washington Tuesday, following up on high-level discussions last week in Beijing. President Donald Trump on Tuesday told reporters that a March 1 deadline isn't a "magical" date, which investors took as a further suggestion that a hike in tariffs on Chinese goods scheduled to go into effect if a deal isn't reached could be postponed. Walmart shares rose 2.2% after posting better-than-expected results ahead of Tuesday's opening bell.
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U.S. stock indexes were on track for modest gains in late-afternoon trading Tuesday as solid earnings from Walmart encouraged investors to bid up other retailers and consumer goods companies.
U.S. stocks gained modestly on Tuesday as upbeat results from Walmart boosted investor sentiment and high-level U.S.-China trade talks resumed. All three major U.S. equity indexes edged higher, with the Nasdaq on course for its seventh consecutive day in the black.
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