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Wall Street extended its sell-off Friday amid renewed trade fears, capping a week where the S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq saw their worst weekly percentage plunges since December. Fred Katayama reports. Source link
Media earnings take center stage on Wall Street next week, as investors hear reports from Disney, Viacom and CBS. Fred Katayama reports. Source link
The miner is a major coal exporter. It also produces ingredients for a greener economy, like cobalt. Clara Ferreira Marques argues splitting off the dirty fuel could leave Glencore cleaner and create a lucrative new outfit, maybe even...
IHT Wealth Management president Steve Dudash tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that President Donald Trump's additional tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports ensures the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates again. He says that makes him bullish...
Wall Street fell again Thursday, reversing early gains after President Donald Trump put concerns about the U.S.-China trade war back in the spotlight, tweeting that he would impose an additional 10% tariff on $300 billion in Chinese imports....
The U.S. central bank’s quarter-point rate cut generated little enthusiasm on Wall Street or in Washington. That may be because Chairman Jerome Powell declined to signal more easing is on the way, explains Richard Beales, which is appropriate...
Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the rate cut Wednesday was a "mid-cycle adjustment" on monetary policy. National Securites' Art Hogan says that could indicate a single cut instead of a series of cuts. That, he tells Reuters' Fred...
The Dow and S&P 500 suffered their biggest daily percentage drops since May 31 on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in a decade, but remarks by Fed Chair Jerome Powell dampened...
Soft iPhone sales dragged down Apple’s latest quarterly earnings. Boss Tim Cook is boosting services and returning cash to shareholders, but Jennifer Saba says that without a hit new product, the company is likely to continue to trail...
Aviva Investors' Susan Schmidt tells Reuters' Fred Katayama what Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell needs to say for investors to extend this rally. Source link

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