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China has hit back with higher tariffs on $60 billion worth of US goods Full Article

1 week

FTSE hit by stronger pound. Full Article

2 Mo.

London Wrap: HSBC weighs on FTSE despite positive Asian session. Full Article

3 Mo.

Technically, there aren’t a whole lot of levels in view for the DJIA. Until proven otherwise, a bullish bias is appropriate above 25000. Full Article

4 Mo.

Wall Street put in a relatively strong performance given the headlines of the day. Clearly, the new NAFTA deal between the US, Canada and Me Full Article

8 Mo.

It has been a quiet Monday morning on Wall Street. U.S. indices have opened flat, with limited participation contributing to tight ranges. Full Article

8 Mo.

Following a bullish August in the U.S. indices, traders are beginning to show caution amid looming FED rate hikes. Full Article

8 Mo.

It has been an active open to the U.S. trading week, with the bulls bidding U.S. indices higher in the wake of a vacant economic calendar. Full Article

9 Mo.

Following the release of an especially strong set of U.S. economic metrics, traders did an about-face on the Wall Street open. Full Article

10 Mo.

The first hour of business has been kind to U.S. stocks, with both the DJIA and S&P 500 posting nice rallies. Full Article

10 Mo.

Seemingly every day brings a new hot-button issue — today it is the impact of the trade war on U.S. farmers. Full Article

10 Mo.

The bulls are in full control of the U.S. indices, bidding the DOW north by more than 225 points and the S&P 500 fifteen. Full Article

10 Mo.

The global stock markets are trading under massive bearish pressure and there are multiple reasons behind this. In this update, we are... Full Article

10 Mo.

Today's session marks the beginning of mid-week trade, with a third consecutive quiet open on Wall Street. Full Article

10 Mo.

Led by the earlier release of U.S. CPI and Initial Jobless Claims, optimism is on display for the Thursday session. Full Article

10 Mo.