U.S. stocks ticked higher on Thursday on signs that Washington may dial back on plans for tariffs on European cars, soothing some worries about trade even as China looked set to face U.S. tariffs.
U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday, boosted by energy stocks as oil prices rose, but gains were capped by a drop in technology stocks, with Facebook sliding on renewed concerns over its data scandal.
Losses in shares of technology and industrial companies dragged Wall Street lower on the first trading day of the second half of this year, as a risk of an escalating tariff war between Washington and its trading partners continued to weigh on sentiment.
U.S. stocks jumped on Friday, boosted by a surge in Nike on its strong earnings report and as banking stocks soared after clearing the Federal Reserve’s stress test.
SECTION SELECTION US FINANCIAL MARKET | US ECONOMY & POLITICS EUROPE & WORLD | TODAY IN HISTORY DAILY MARKET REPORTS Amazon’s move to entrench itself in the health sector sent drug stocks sliding on Thursday, but gains in financial and technology stocks helped Wall Street keep its footing. Amazon.com said it would buy online pharmacy PillPack, sending […]
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday after the Trump administration said it would use a strengthened security review process to deal with threats from Chinese investments in domestic technologies, instead of imposing China-specific restrictions.
U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday, with gains for General Electric and technology stocks helping Wall Street recoup some losses from a day earlier on escalating global trade tensions.
Wall Street’s main indexes dropped on Monday as a move to check Chinese investments in U.S. technology firms further raised tensions between the United States and its trading partners.
World shares rose on Friday but were set to end in the red for a second week running amid intensifying worries over the fallout of a trade dispute resulting from U.S. tariffs, while oil prices rose with an OPEC meeting underway.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, weighed down by declines in Amazon after the U.S. Supreme Court let states force online retailers to collect sales tax.