|Bid||32,350.00 x 0|
|Ask||32,400.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||32,350.00 - 32,550.00|
|52 Week Range||293.00 - 32,900.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||1,353.50|
|YTD Daily Total Return||21.28%|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.09%|
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Stock futures rose on October 9 after Bloomberg reported that China is ready for a "partial trade deal." US-China talks are slated to start on October 10.
U.S. stocks reversed course Friday following a Bloomberg report that the Trump administration is considering limiting investments in China, which could escalate tensions ahead of another round of trade talks next month.
'[It] would be complacent to think that the impeachment process just adds another ring to the circus and will prove inconsequential for markets into 2020,' writes JPMorgan's John Normand.
U.S. stocks held onto gains Wednesday afternoon investors weighed U.S.-China trade updates against an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. The three major indices earlier in the session had fluctuated between gains and losses.
British High Court Rules Against Johnson Parliament Prorogation Apparently, proroguing Parliament was not Boris Johnson’s prerogative. The British high court ruled today that the Prime Minister acted unlawfully in suspending Parliament until October 14th, and that he misled the Queen in advising that Parliament should be suspended. Johnson is now facing calls to resign, which […]The post Market Morning: Prorogation Ruled Rogue, High Demand for Fed Repo, New Breast Cancer Tests appeared first on Market Exclusive.
U.S. stocks ended mixed Monday after opening lower, as solid results on domestic economic growth helped offset concerns of a global growth slowdown stoked by weak data out of Europe.
Ron Paul said that the US will join the negative interest rate club. Currently, the Eurozone, Switzerland, and Japan have negative interest rates.
U.S. stocks rose following a report that some members of the Trump administration were weighing an interim trade deal with China, and after the European Central Bank cut rates to help stimulate the eurozone economy.
August was tough for the semiconductor industry and semiconductor ETFs. The stocks fell significantly in early August when the US-China trade war escalated.
The revised US Q2 GDP estimate released on Thursday. According to the revised estimate, the US GDP expanded at an annual pace of 2.0% in the second quarter.
As the next round of tariffs on US and Chinese goods approaches on September 1, the pressure is mounting on Fed Chairman Jerome Powell to cut rates again.