Thursday, November 26, 2020

US Stocks

Corona virus threatens fuel demand, pushes oil down 2 percent

Oil prices fell two percent Thursday, due to concerns that the spread of a virus that appeared in China may reduce demand for fuel if it harms economic growth, but losses came limited after a decline in US stocks...

Hangover after the party on Wall Street

American retailers and the resurgent uncertainty because of the US-China trade disputes have marred the record mood on Wall Street this week. The Dow Jones slipped Tuesday and Wednesday after the index closed over 28,000 points for the first...

US stocks hot on inflow data, S&P 500 and Nasdaq end at record high

US labor data and robust figures on Chinese manufacturing sent Wall Street on a record hunt on Friday, broad index S&P 500 and the composite index of the technology exchange NASDAQ increased in the early business by about 1...

Trump considers delisting Chinese companies from the US markets

US President Donald Trump is considering delisting of Chinese companies on US stock exchanges, a source familiar with the matter said Friday, in what could become a dramatic escalation of trade tensions between the two countries. The move will be...

US stocks open higher amid expectations of monetary easing

US stocks opened higher Tuesday as investors expected more monetary easing at the end of a two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve Board this week. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 73.77 points, or 0.28 percent, to 25,987.87. The Standard...

US Stocks ends lower on weak US jobs report

U.S. stock indexes on Friday ended lower after US weak jobs report. U.S. employment growth almost stalled in February, with the economy producing only 20,000 jobs, adding to signs of a sharp slowdown in economic activity in the first...

US Stocks ends mix as Washington-Beijing trade talks resume

U.S. stocks ended in mix on Monday as the investors eyes on Washington-Beijing trade bargain has resumed. Lower-level talks between Beijing and Washington began on Monday; Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will later meet with...

Sharp decline in US stocks on US-China trade talk delays, weak EU data

U.S. stock indexes closed sharply lower as the investors loose hope for early trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing.   Furthermore, weak data from the European Union underscored concerns that slowing growth in China has impacted Europe, fueling concerns about a...

U.S Stocks ended higher on tech led rally

U.S. Stocks closed higher after Ministry of Finance China announced to slice the taxes and increase infrastructure spending, following lackluster trade data earlier this week. Technology share on Tuesday led by Netflix rallied the US stock markets after the company...

US stocks rose, Dow Jones up 5%

US stocks ended higher Wednesday after rallying to pressure in Monday's session, and the Dow fell 650 points to record Wall Street worst on Christmas night. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 5% to 22878.4 points, gaining 1086.2 points. Standard...
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