U.S. stocks edged higher Friday but headed for weekly losses, after a shaky stretch of trading that renewed investors’ fears over the course of trade policy and news of a subpoena by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for Trump Organization documents.
Wall Street’s main indexes edged higher on Thursday as industrial stocks gained following three days of losses due to fears of trade war between China and the United States.
Laila Pence of Pence Wealth Management in Newport Beach, CA, was named among the “Top 1200 Financial Advisors” by Barron’s, a leading financial magazine.
Wall Street’s main indexes gave up opening gains on Wednesday as industrial companies continued to suffer from concerns over the impact of new tariffs on trade.
Wall Street’s main indexes rose on Tuesday as fears of faster interest rate hikes eased after a tepid U.S. consumer prices data and investors shrugged off news of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s ouster.
Major indexes extend gains from Friday’s jobs report.
U.S. stocks jumped Friday, extending major indexes’ weekly gains, after an upbeat February jobs report eased investors’ concerns about whether inflation is firming.
U.S. stocks rose on Thursday as fears of a global trade war eased after President Donald Trump promised great flexibility toward the United States’ “real friends” as he prepared to impose hefty import tariffs.
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday morning as investors fretted that the exit of staunch free trade supporter Gary Cohn could encourage President Donald Trump to go ahead with his threat to impose hefty tariffs and risk a global trade war.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Tuesday on signs of easing tensions in the Korean Peninsula and mounting pressure against potentially damaging metals tariffs proposed by President Donald Trump.