The price of oil is ever changing

In the recent weeks the United States has seen the largest one-day increase in coronavirus cases, and the State of California, along with several others, have reintroduced some restrictive measures. This has...

Wall Street sees Exxon paring asset values on weakening demand

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp (N:XOM) assets are likely overvalued in light of weak oil-demand outlook, according to Wall Street analysts, and face write-downs as soon as this month. A roughly 30% drop in global fuel...

Dominican Republic eyes opportunities as U.S. firms adjust supply chains

By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. companies are expanding and opening new plants in the Dominican Republic as they diversify their supply chains, moves that will help offset the economic impact of the new...

A 6.9% Dividend With Crash Insurance? We’ll Take It!

Most of us know we need to stay in stocks through this crisis—but some days it’s easier said than done! Let’s be honest: we could all use a break—a way to hedge against the nasty drops we...

Apple supplier Foxconn, others hit as India holds up imports from China: sources

By Aditya Kalra and Sankalp Phartiyal NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's additional scrutiny of imports from China has disrupted operations at plants owned by Apple supplier Foxconn (TW:2317) in southern India, three sources told Reuters,...

Stocks skip higher ahead of U.S. jobs data

By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks rose for a fourth straight day on Thursday as encouraging coronavirus vaccine trials kept investors' spirits up ahead of what was expected to be a record rebound...

Bullish On Gold, Bearish On Metals and Mining ETF. Here’s Why

The Metals and Mining ETF (NYSE:XME) tends to slog and churn slowly, but it does so in broad, sweeping cycles. Looking at the entire history of this instrument, you can plainly see a quartet of reversal...

Forex – Dollar Weakens; Potential Vaccine Boosts Risk Sentiment

By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar was on the defensive in early European trade Thursday, with traders turning to perceived riskier currencies amid optimism surrounding a potential Covid-19 vaccine as well as solid economic...

Dollar Retreats Over Positive Vaccine Data, But Will Rise Again with Increasing COVID-19 Numbers

By Gina Lee Investing.com – The dollar was down on Thursday morning in Asia, retreating on the back of positive results from yet another vaccine candidate for COVID-19. U.S. Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) reported results from early stage...

U.S. Senator Cruz will block EPA nomination over biofuels costs to refiners

By Stephanie Kelly NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Ted Cruz said on Wednesday he would block the nomination of an Environmental Protection Agency official until the agency brings stability to the rising costs borne...

Strategists expect further growth in the price of gold

At present, according to analysts, the commodity of gold will soon reach the price of US$ 1,800 per troy ounce. However, financial strategists state that its price could even reach US$ 2,000...

Gold Up, Remains Within Striking Reach of $1,800 

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Gold stayed within striking distance of the $1,800 per ounce target on Monday, with the safe-haven crowd keeping the yellow metal in positive territory despite an unexpected ramp up in...

Oil Rallies as Bulls Bet on Demand, Despite Virus Threat 

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Bets that U.S. economic data and road traffic numbers will get better over time is helping the oil bull, even as coronavirus infections set new records in Florida, South Carolina...

European shares succumb to virus worries, Wirecard soars

By Sruthi Shankar (Reuters) - European shares turned lower on Monday, led by losses in energy and consumer companies, as a spike in coronavirus cases globally kept investors on edge. The pan-European STOXX 600 index (STOXX)...

From New York to Houston, flood risk for real estate hubs ramps up

By Kate Duguid and Ally Levine NEW YORK (Reuters) - The number of properties in the United States in danger of flooding this year is 70% higher than government data estimates, research released on Monday...

Forex – Dollar Slips; Euro Gains Ahead of Merkel/Macron Meeting

By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar has drifted lower in early European trade Monday, as sentiment surrounding currency traders continues to fluctuate between optimism over a global economic recovery and worry as the number...

Dollar stymied as mood swings between recovery hopes and virus fears

By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar struggled to make headway on Monday, and riskier currencies inched ahead, as investor sentiment swung between hopes for a global economic recovery and fears that a fresh...

Ryanair bypasses union, threatens base closures in Irish pilot talks

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ryanair (I:RYA) has threatened to close two regional bases and axe up to 120 pilot jobs unless pilots in its home Irish market bypass their union and directly accept a pay...

Shooting at California Walmart distribution center leaves two dead, four injured

By Kanishka Singh (Reuters) - A shooting at a Walmart (NYSE:WMT) distribution center in Red Bluff, California, killed at least two people and injured four others late on Saturday, officials said. The incident started around 3:30...

US-EU trade war on the cards?

According to world economic correspondents the mutual political and especially trade relationship between the United States of America (USA) and the European Union (EU), represented by the top politicians and representatives of...

Gold Comes Within $15 of Cracking $1800 Target

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Gold futures came within $15 of striking market bulls’ target of $1,800, while the spot price of bullion hit near 8-year highs on Tuesday, propelled by a weaker dollar and...

Oil Snaps 3-Day Rally on Crude Build Worries

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Oil snapped a three-day rally on Tuesday as worries that U.S. stockpiles were headed for another record high pushed crude prices down despite President Donald Trump’s assurance that his trade...

Former Wirecard CEO detained on accusation of inflating balance sheet: prosecutors

By Jörn Poltz, Patricia Uhlig and Arno Schuetze MUNICH/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Wirecard's (DE:WDIG) former boss has been arrested on suspicion of falsifying its accounts, after the German payments firm disclosed a $2.1 billion financial hole...

Lufthansa says it has not yet reached agreement with unions on crisis package

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Lufthansa (DE:LHAG) has not yet reached an agreement with unions on a package to cut staff costs, it said on Tuesday, adding to the pressure on the German airline before a...

Stocks Continue To Face Stiff Levels Of Technical Resistance

S&P 500 Stocks finished the day higher yesterday, coming back from a move lower in the S&P 500 futures. It was a strange day, because, for some reason, there remains a stiff level of resistance around...

Forex – Dollar Calm After Earlier Volatility; Sterling in Focus

By Peter Nurse  Investing.com - The dollar was steady in early European trade Tuesday, after some volatile trading in Asian hours on the back of uncertainty surrounding the standing of the U.S.-China trade agreement.  At 3:10...

Dollar Steadies After Navarro Clarifies Trade Deal Comments

By Gina Lee Investing.com – The dollar was up on Tuesday morning, steadying an earlier surge after White House trade advisor Peter Navarro clarified his statements concerning the U.S.-China trade deal. Investors were taken on a...

Gold Hits 10-Week Highs on Covid Fears, Stimulus Hopes 

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Gold prices hit 10-week highs on Monday, closing in on the $1,800-per ounce level targeted by market bulls, as fears about a second wave of Covid-19 in the United States...

Oil up on Cushing Draw; Covid Worry Caps Gains

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Oil prices rose Monday as the market reacted to data suggesting a stockpile drawdown at the Cushing, Oklahoma, storage hub for crude delivered against expiring contracts of the U.S. West...

This “Can’t Miss” Investment Promised A 25% Yield, Then Collapsed 98%

One of the worst disasters to befall investors in this crisis was something called the MORL dividend. MORL is—or rather was—the ticker for the ETRACS Monthly Pay 2XLeveraged REIT ETN (NYSE:MORL). What’s MORL? It’s a double-leveraged bank-issued...

European stocks hit by rising coronavirus cases

By Thyagaraju Adinarayan LONDON (Reuters) - A recovery in world stocks faltered on Monday as the threat of rising coronavirus infections in parts of Europe and the United States curbed risk appetite, boosting demand for...

Environmental shareholder activism comes to Japan as Mizuho faces climate resolution

TOKYO (Reuters) - More investors are publicly backing a resolution to curb coal project lending that shareholders of Mizuho Financial Group are expected to consider this week, the first time such a step is...

8 Stock Market Predictions For This Week

1. S&P 500 As I pointed out on Friday, the S&P 500 fell pretty hard from the day’s highs, and sold-off further in the after-hours session. It isn’t clear how much damage could be done should the...

Forex – Dollar Retreats From Three-Week High

By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar has drifted lower in early European trade Monday, but that’s off three-week highs as investors looked for safety amid renewed worries about a second wave of coronavirus infections. At...

Investor confidence in oil increases

During the last trading day of this week, which is the 25th of 2020 the oil price rose on the commodity market. According to economic correspondents and financial strategists, the current business...

Global dollar crunch appears over as central banks rely less on Fed backstop

By Dan Burns and Megan Davies (Reuters) - A global crunch for U.S. dollars that was a hallmark of the early moments of the coronavirus crisis appears to have passed, the latest milestone in a...

Chairman of Israel’s Bank Hapoalim steps down due to illness

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Oded Eran, the chairman of Bank Hapoalim (TA:POLI), has stepped down due to illness, Israel's largest lender said on Sunday. Earlier this month the bank said Eran had taken sick leave for an...

Wirecard’s missing $2.1 billion didn’t enter Philippine financial system, central bank says

By Enrico Dela Cruz MANILA (Reuters) - None of the $2.1 billion missing from scandal-hit German payments firm Wirecard AG (OTC:WCAGY) appears to have entered the Philippine financial system, the central bank said on Sunday. Bangko...

Point/Counterpoint: The Case for the Euro

By Geoffrey Smith and Liz Moyer Investing.com -- Europe’s relative success in beating back the novel coronavirus and its economic damage, plus a hotly debated plan in the region to inject stimulus into the recovery effort,...

Toshiba to gradually sell Kioxia stake after ex-chip unit’s IPO: sources

By Makiko Yamazaki TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp (T:6502) plans to gradually unwind its 40% stake in Kioxia Holdings after the world's second-largest flash memory chip firm lists its shares in an IPO later this...

Brands tout Black heritage as some shoppers question authenticity

By Melissa Fares and Siddharth Cavale NEW YORK/BANGALORE (Reuters) - L'Oreal SA, Unilever (NYSE:UL) and other multinationals that acquired personal-care brands founded by Black people are moving to reassure their core customers, some of whom...

Markets Correlated Into ‘Risk On-Risk Off’ Dichotomy

Markets currently seem to be highly correlated into a simple “risk on / risk off” dichotomy, with the emini S+P futures leading the way while other markets follow. If the spuz is bid, then...

Pound Hobbles to Second-Straight Weekly Loss in a Month on Brexit, Virus Jitters

By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – The pound suffered back-to-back weekly losses against the greenback for the first time in more a month, and experts warn the rout is far from over as the risk of...

U.S. Oil Prices Notch Weekly Win, but Path Ahead Uncertain, Experts Warn

By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – Crude oil prices wrapped up a weekly win after settling higher on Friday, as a wave optimism over OPEC and its allies stepping up compliance efforts on production cuts bolstered...

U.S. Oil Prices Notch Weekly Win, but Path Ahead Uncertain, Experts Warn

By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – Crude oil prices wrapped up a weekly win after settling higher on Friday, as a wave optimism over OPEC and its allies stepping up compliance efforts on production cuts bolstered...

U.S. Oil Prices Notch Weekly Win, but Path Ahead Uncertain, Experts Warn

By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – Crude oil prices wrapped up a weekly win after settling higher on Friday, as a wave optimism over OPEC and its allies stepping up compliance efforts on production cuts bolstered...

Philly refinery sale expected to close next week for $27.5 million less

By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - A sale of the Philadelphia Energy Solutions oil refinery site to real estate developer Hilco is expected to close next week for $27.5 million less than planned, the...

Beware of the economy’s ‘last mile’: advisor

Summit Place Financial's Liz Miller says the markets are rising now on increasingly stronger economic data. But she tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that longer term, the economic recovery could plateau as businesses fail and...

HSBC revives plan for 35,000 jobs cuts delayed by pandemic

By Lawrence White and Sinead Cruise LONDON (Reuters) - HSBC is resuming plans to cut around 35,000 jobs which it put on ice after the coronavirus outbreak, as Europe's biggest bank grapples with the impact...

Japan stocks lower at close of trade; Nikkei 225 down 0.56%

Investing.com – Japan stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, as losses in the Paper & Pulp, Railway & Bus and Real Estate sectors led shares lower. At the close in Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 declined 0.56%. The best performers of the...

Forex – Dollar Edges Lower; Hefty Losses to Come?

By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar drifted lower in early European trade Wednesday, but ranges are tight as investors try to digest a combination of upbeat economic data, a gloomy prognosis from the Federal...

Dollar firm after U.S. retail sales jump, risk currencies softer

By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar held firm against many of its rivals on Wednesday after U.S. retail sales jumped far more than expected in May, while risk-sensitive currencies were hobbled by concerns about...

Oil Inventories Rose by 3.9M Barrels Last Week: API

By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com - U.S. crude stockpiles rose last week, according to an estimate released Tuesday by the American Petroleum Institute. The API said crude inventories increased by 3.9 million for the week ended June 12. Analysts expect...

Venezuela’s oil exports plummet as shipping contracts get suspended

By Marianna Parraga (Reuters) - Venezuela's oil exports have fallen nearly 28% in the first half of June, on course for its lowest level in over 70 years as tanker owners and operators suspend contracts...

Powell: strength, pace of recovery depends on virus

A full U.S. economic recovery will not occur until the American people are sure that the novel coronavirus epidemic has been brought under control, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told Congress on Tuesday. Conway...

Yes, The Waterfall Selling In S&P 500 Is Over Now

Just as I called for, there wasn't much S&P 500 downside left, and I am hugely profitable on the upside reversal from near yesterday's premarket lows. That's quite a turn in momentum, isn't it? So, is...

Our New Crisis Strategy For 57% Dividend Growth, 59% Gains

This crisis has caused a lot of folks to develop a crippling fear when it comes to REITs: they see the beating mall owners like Simon Property Group (NYSE:SPG) have taken and swear REITs off for...

Japan stocks higher at close of trade; Nikkei 225 up 4.88%

Investing.com – Japan stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Paper & Pulp, Railway & Bus and Real Estate sectors led shares higher. At the close in Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 rose 4.88%. The best performers of the...

Forex – Dollar Weakens as Fed Boosts Risk Sentiment

By Peter Nurse Investing.com -- The dollar sold off in early European trade Tuesday, as the Federal Reserve’s move to start purchasing U.S. corporate bonds boosted sentiment at the expense of safe havens. At 2:55 AM...

Buy work-from-home stocks: Fund manager

The co-manager of the highly-rated William Blair Large Cap Growth Fund, Jim Golan, says the Fed's determination to keep rates low will keep driving stocks higher. He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama he favors stay-at-home...

Black-owned businesses see surge after protests

Following the Black Lives Matter protests after the murder of George Floyd, many African American-owned businesses are seeing a spike in traffic. Freddie Joyner has more. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/06/13/black-owned-businesses-see-surge-after-p?videoId=714237088&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5

Wall Street ends higher

U.S. stocks ended higher on Friday as bargain hunters stepped back into the market following sharp losses a day earlier, but all three major indexes suffered their biggest weekly percentage declines since March. Fred...

American Airlines sees end to cash burn

American Airlines said on Friday it expects to halt its daily cash burn by the end of 2020 thanks to cost-cutting measures and an improvement in travel demand, easing concerns about its short-term liquidity....

FOMC keeps interest rates close to zero

At the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting,  which traditionally took place over two days on  9 and 10 June, the Central Bank of the USA - the Federal Reserve System (Fed)...

The Euro continues to strengthen

Investors are currently awaiting the decision of the US Federal Reserve System (Fed), whose key Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is due to issue its decisions and recommendations today, June 10, 2020,...

S&P 500 rebounded too much: strategist

As stocks plunged Thursday, National Securities' Art Hogan said the S&P 500 was overvalued at the 3200 level. He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that investors might consider getting back into the market at 2900....

Fed’s low rates spark speculation concerns: advisor

Gerber Kawasaki's Ross Gerber says Fed Chair Jerome Powell is doing an A+ job, but he fears that Powell's pledge to keep rates low will further fan speculation in stocks. Gerber tells Reuters' Fred...

NYSE holds moment of silence for Floyd and others

The New York Stock Exchange observed a moment of silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds to express "support for equality, justice and human rights" in the wake of widespread protests against police brutality...

Bitcoin’s value strengthened during the riots in the USA

According to analysts, the current social unrest in the United States affected investors, who began to show more interest in virtual currencies and especially in the most widespread cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC). On 4 June...

Forex – Dollar Strengthens; Fed Meeting in Sight

By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar pushed slightly higher in early European trade Tuesday, but ranges are tight as investors look to the next meeting of the Federal Reserve for guidance. At 3:05 AM ET...

Hong Kong govt to lead $5 billion rescue package for Cathay Pacific

By Jamie Freed SYDNEY (Reuters) - Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd (HK:0293) revealed on Tuesday the Hong Kong government will lead a recapitalisation plan worth HK$39 billion ($5 billion) to help it through the coronavirus pandemic,...

Eurobank leads Greek peers with lowest bad loan ratio after doValue deal

ATHENS (Reuters) - Eurobank (AT:EURBr) has moved ahead of Greek peers in the drive to cut bad loan volumes after completing a deal with Italian debt recovery firm doValue, and is now focused on...

Dollar Up in Anticipation of Fed Policy Meeting

By Gina Lee Investing.com – The dollar was up on Tuesday morning in Asia, with investors awaiting the next moves from the U.S. Federal Reserve ahead of its policy meeting. The U.S. Dollar Index that tracks the greenback...

Oil Dives Nearly 4% in First Big Selloff in 10 Days

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Is the oil rally over for now? It’s too early to tell but crude prices plunged more than 3% Monday in the first big selloff in 10 days in a...

Gold up 1% in Surprise Return to $1700 Despite Stocks’ Rally

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - Gold made a surprising return to the key $1,700 level on Monday as the safe-haven crowd behind the yellow metal bet that the Federal Reserve, which meets this week, will...
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Market’s next big move is likely down: Ball

SMH Group CEO George Ball sees the S&P 500 theoretically falling to as low as 2250. He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama corporate earnings next year will likely be much lower than Wall Street expects....

AstraZeneca shares down 2% after report it approached Gilead over tie-up

(Reuters) - Shares of Gilead Sciences Inc (O:GILD) rose as much as 3% on Monday after a report said the U.S. drugmaker had been approached by Britain's AstraZeneca (L:AZN) for a possible merger to form one...

Emerging market corporate credit quality down but not out

By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on companies around the world, but in poorer emerging economies where balance sheets and credit ratings were already weak, the damage...
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Facebook’s Zuckerberg to review content policies after backlash

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday said he would consider changes to the policy that led the company to leave up controversial posts by President Donald Trump during recent demonstrations protesting the death of...
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Stocks surge on strong jobs report

Wall Street surged on Friday after a strikingly upbeat May jobs report unexpectedly provided the clearest evidence yet that the U.S. economy is headed for a quicker-than-anticipated recovery. Fred Katayama reports. Read more at...
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Biden knocks Trump’s jobs report victory lap

President Donald Trump took a victory lap and Wall Street jumped significantly higher in Friday trading after huge job gains in May but former Vice President Joe Biden focused on the millions of Americans...
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V-shaped markets; W-shaped economic recovery: strategist

Crossmark Global Investments' Victoria Fernandez uses non-conventional gauges like gas and power usage and map apps to track activity in these unconventional times. She tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the gauges suggest a W-shaped economic...

Goldman Sachs bankers bet against the USD

The US investment bank Goldman Sachs - one of the world's most prestigious banks managing financial assets worth more than over US$ 2 trillion - has launched speculative transactions on the foreign exchange (Forex)...

Gold Breaks $1,700 Support as Wall Street Keeps Climbing

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com — The risk rally on Wall Street keeps climbing, and gold’s safe-haven edge keeps crumbling, taking the yellow metal below the key $1,700 perch on Wednesday for the first time in...

Oil up Again on OPEC, Ignoring Eye-Watering U.S. Fuel Builds

By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - The oil bull is hanging on despite eye-watering builds in fuel products, led by diesel, in U.S. government weekly data issued Wednesday. OPEC was also reported to be likely meeting...
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Travel rule changes for Britain and Germany

Britain and Germany announced changes to travel rules on Wednesday. As Francis Maguire reports, the UK will introduce a 14 day quarantine for all travellers while Germany has eased travel restrictions. Read more at...

Renault finalises 5 billion euro state-backed loan

PARIS (Reuters) - Renault (PA:RENA) finalised on Wednesday a 5 billion euro ($5.60 billion) loan from with the French government, strengthening the carmaker's finances in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic which has ravaged the auto...

Lufthansa vows company revamp as losses balloon

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Lufthansa expects a significantly larger loss in the second quarter of this year, the airline group's finance chief said on Wednesday. The German carrier posted a first-quarter loss of 2.1 billion euros...

Who’s Pulling The Market’s Strings?

Civil unrest is not impacting the market right now, as much as one might think it should. Someone said today that the market has no conscience. Yet, the market is behavioral. Currently, the market sees the riots as a...

Markets Ignore U.S. Social Unrest

Traders kept their blinkers on yesterday, even as Rome burned. There was very little reaction to the chaos across America, played on a backdrop to COVID-19 and massive unemployment. Markets trade on the future, but...

Dollar Retreats Over Increased Hopes of Global Economic Recovery

By Gina Lee Investing.com – The U.S. dollar was down on Wednesday morning in Asia after increasing optimism over a global economic recovery from COVID-19 increased investor risk appetite. Investors focused on countries continuing to loosen...

Australia Economy Contracts as End to Recession-Free Run Looms

(Bloomberg) -- Australia’s economy contracted in the first three months of the year, setting up an end to the nearly 29-year run without a recession as an even deeper slowdown looms for the current...

Oil rises nearly 3% ahead of OPEC+ meeting, easing lockdowns

By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices were up about $1 a barrel on Tuesday on expectations that major producers will agree to extend output cuts during a video conference likely to be...
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Stocks have more room to run: analyst

DataTrek Research's Nick Colas says corporate earnings should help further lift stocks in 2020. He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the protests won't hold the market back, noting that the S&P 500 rose 11% amid...
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China orders firms to stop buying U.S. farm goods

China has told state-owned firms to halt purchases of soybeans and pork from the United States, sources tell Reuters, after Washington said it would eliminate special treatment for Hong Kong to punish Beijing. Fred...
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Stocks end mostly higher on Trump China comments

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq rallied Friday after President Trump announced new measures against China that were less severe than feared but the Dow finished lower. Conway G. Gittens reports. Read more at...
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Vaccines more relevant than China for investors: CIO

Wealth Enhancement Group's Jim Cahn says U.S.-China tensions may evolve into a new Cold War. But he tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that in the short term, investors will be more focused on vaccine development...
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Fed’s Powell to unemployed: We’re here for you

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell sounded an empathetic tone to the tens of millions of Americans who are out of work, telling them Fed is doing what it can to get them back to...

Brexit negotiations slow due to Covid-19

Several months ago the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland left the European Union (EU) but negotiations regarding the conditions of the definitive exit of the UK after the end of the...
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Amazon will keep most temps it hired

Amazon.com plans to offer permanent jobs to about 70% of U.S. workers it hired temporarily to meet consumer demand, Fred Katayama reports. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/05/28/amazon-will-keep-most-temps-it-hired?videoId=713567439&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5