U.S. stocks showed signs of stalling Friday as bubbling uncertainty around global trade policies and interest rates kept investors’ appetite for risk subdued.
Major stock indexes edge lower at the open as declines among shares of banks and technology companies pulled major indexes down.
U.S. stocks opened little changed Wednesday, as investors weighed continued worries about tighter financial conditions and geopolitical tensions against strong earnings results from Macy’s.
Wall Street indexes fell on Tuesday as investors worried about a lack of progress in U.S.-China trade talks and Treasury yields rose after U.S. retail sales data indicated rising inflation.
• Wall Street indexes rose on Monday, helped by gains in technology stocks after President Donald Trump softened his stance on Chinese technology company ZTE Corp, signaling easing U.S.-China trade tensions.
U.S. stocks edged higher Friday, with major benchmarks on track for the best week in two months amid growing conviction that inflation will remain tame and as trade tensions eased.
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Wall Street was higher on Thursday after U.S. consumer prices increased modestly in April, cooling worries of accelerating inflation that would have made a case for faster interest rate hikes.
President Donald Trump’s decision to exit from the Iran nuclear deal continued to ripple through global markets Wednesday, with investors sending oil prices and shares of energy companies higher.
Wall Street edged lower on Tuesday, weighed down by technology and consumer discretionary stocks, while investors awaited President Donald Trump’s decision on the Iran nuclear deal.