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Week of Red

Investors have held their nerve so far Friday as a sharp escalation in tariffs took effect as negotiations in Washington failed to produce a breakthrough.  Beijing’s commerce ministry said it “deeply regretted” increased US tariffs on $200bn worth of Chinese imports,...

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Correction Watch

Walt Disney eclipsed Wall Street expectations for sales and profits in the first set of quarterly results since closing its blockbuster acquisition of the Fox entertainment empire. The world’s largest traditional media company reported adjusted earnings of $1.61 a...

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Day Three

Wall Street is looking to stabilize following yesterday’s sell-off, as Chinese trade negotiators travel to Washington for high-level talks on Thursday and Friday. That leaves at least one more day for markets to contemplate how the talks will turn out and whether the...

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Trade Day Two

Stocks closed marginally lower yesterday after being down more than 2% early in the trading session. The market staged a comeback after the Chinese said they will in fact still travel to the U.S. to continue negotiations this week. U.S. Trade Representative Robert...

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Trade Scare

US Stocks traded higher last Friday after a stellar jobs report but were flat on the week. Stocks are set to open sharply lower this morning after President Donald Trump threatened Beijing with increased tariffs. Trump said in a Sunday afternoon Twitter post that the...

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3.6%

U.S. stocks ended lower yesterday for the second straight day, as investors realized that the Federal Reserve wasn’t going to lower interest rates this year, and that the next interest rate move will most likely be higher. The US economy added 263,000 jobs and the...

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