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  • Stocks Show Slight Gains After Weak Global Data

    U.S. stocks hovered around the flatline Monday, with gains across sectors capped by declines among shares of industrial and materials companies. The Dow Jones Industrial Average inched up 27 points, or 0.1%, to 26961. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite also added 0.1%. Data early Monday showed Germany's manufacturing and services sectors weakened more than expected in September, adding to investors' worries about the health of Europe's biggest economy.

  • Global Stocks Slip as Trade Talks Falter

    --Euro slips against the U.S. dollar. Global stocks retreated amid fading optimism around U.S.-China trade negotiations as the two countries signaled an agreement remained out of reach. In the U.S., futures for the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average were unchanged.

  • Global Stocks Slip as Trade Talks Falter

    --Euro slips against the U.S. dollar. Global stocks retreated amid fading optimism around U.S.-China trade negotiations as the two countries signaled an agreement remained out of reach. On Friday, Chinese negotiators abruptly canceled a trip to farms in Montana and elsewhere.

  • Global Stocks Slip as Trade Talks Falter

    --Euro slips against the U.S. dollar. Global stocks retreated amid fading optimism around U.S.-China trade negotiations as the two countries signaled an agreement remained out of reach. On Friday, Chinese negotiators abruptly canceled a trip to farms in Montana and elsewhere.

  • Global Stocks Slip as Trade Talks Falter

    Global stocks retreated amid fading optimism around U.S.-China trade negotiations as the two countries signaled an agreement remained out of reach. On Friday, Chinese negotiators abruptly canceled a trip to farms in Montana and elsewhere. President Trump also rejected suggestions that the U.S. would accept a partial trade agreement with China, saying his administration is "looking for a complete deal."

  • Stocks Close Lower in Final Day of a Bumpy Trading Week

    By Alexander Osipovich and Avantika Chilkoti. Major U.S. stock indexes broke a three-week winning streak, closing with a modest loss after a volatile stretch in the markets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered a loss of about 1% for the week, which featured turmoil in money markets and dramatic swings in crude prices following an attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.

  • Stocks Close Lower in Final Day of a Bumpy Trading Week

    By Alexander Osipovich and Avantika Chilkoti. U.S. stocks turned lower Friday after reports that a Chinese trade delegation would be returning home earlier than expected, souring hopes that Washington and Beijing were moving toward a trade deal. The news capped off an eventful week that featured turmoil in money markets and an attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia that triggered dramatic swings in crude prices.

  • Stocks Turn Lower in Final Day of a Bumpy Trading Week

    By Alexander Osipovich and Avantika Chilkoti. U.S. stocks turned lower Friday after reports that a Chinese trade delegation would be returning home earlier than expected, souring hopes that Washington and Beijing were moving toward a trade deal. The news capped off an eventful week that featured turmoil in money markets and an attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia that triggered dramatic swings in crude prices.

  • Stocks Turn Lower in Final Day of a Bumpy Trading Week

    By Alexander Osipovich and Avantika Chilkoti. U.S. stocks turned lower Friday after reports that a Chinese trade delegation would be returning home earlier than expected, souring hopes that Washington and Beijing were moving toward a trade deal. The news capped off an eventful week that featured turmoil in money markets and an attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia that triggered dramatic swings in crude prices.

  • Stocks Turn Lower in Final Day of a Bumpy Trading Week

    By Alexander Osipovich and Avantika Chilkoti. U.S. stocks turned lower Friday on reports a Chinese delegation has canceled a U.S. farm visit, reigniting trade fears that have spooked investors in recent months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped about 100 points, or 0.4%, while the S&P 500 fell 0.4%.

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