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NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks edged higher Friday as gains from energy companies, industrial firms and smaller companies helped the market end a modest losing streak.
Global stock markets were mixed Friday amid caution about U.S. plans to raise tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum and uncertainty over White House politics. KEEPING SCORE: Britain's FTSE 100 added ...
Asian markets closed mixed as investors digested developments related to global trade and an ongoing Russia investigation.
Asian stocks were mixed as investors shrugged off losses in U.S. equities overnight over concerns that consumer spending has cooled in the world’s largest economy after retail sales data unexpectedly dropped....
Asian markets tracked losses seen on Wall Street following U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's ouster, and amid simmering trade concerns.
U.S. stocks fell for the third straight day after lackluster retail sales figures fanned concern that consumer spending is cooling, while traders awaited next week’s rate decision by the Federal Reserve. ...
Asian stocks were set to slip, following American equities lower, amid fresh turmoil in President’s Donald Trump’s administration. Treasuries climbed as a report showed U.S. inflation remained contained....
Asia’s benchmark equity index rebounded with Japanese shares as investors turned their focus to U.S. inflation data expected later Tuesday -- the last major piece of data that may give clues on the pace ...
Investor (LSE: 0NC5.L - news) concerns about rising U.S. oil output sent crude prices down on Monday, but investors stayed bullish on U.S. Treasuries despite an increased supply of three- and 10-year notes. U.S. Stocks closed mixed, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average ending in the red, while the Nasdaq Composite added about 28 points.
Oil prices were down on Monday as investors grappled with ongoing concerns over rising U.S. output and tight OPEC supply, while the benchmark U.S. yield hovered near multi-year highs ahead of an auction later in the day. Crude prices had risen on Friday and earlier on Monday after the U.S. economy added the biggest number of jobs in more than 1-1/2 years in February.
Markets in Asia closed higher as investors digested news that U.S. President Donald Trump had agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Markets in Asia clawed back some gains on Thursday after sliding in the last session on trade-related fears.
Asian stocks looked set to edge higher as worries surrounding a trade war dissipated and U.S. equities recouped losses. The dollar and Treasuries erased gains.
U.S. stocks rose after President Donald Trump announced tariffs that were narrower than some traders had anticipated. Treasuries and the dollar gained.