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  • Global Stocks Rise at the End of a Bumpy Week

    Global stocks rose at the end of a week that saw an interest-rate cut from the Federal Reserve and dramatic swings in crude prices after an attack on production facilities in Saudi Arabia. Futures on the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average both rose 0.2%. The Stoxx Europe 600 gained 0.3% in afternoon trade.

  • Saudi Oil Attacks Could End Natural-Gas Rally

    Natural-gas prices have recovered from their summer swoon, but analysts and investors are skeptical that the gains will last, particularly after the weekend attacks on Saudi oil facilities. The concern is that increased drilling in such places as West Texas and North Dakota by producers hoping to capitalize on higher prices for crude and propane could pump a lot of extra gas into an already-flooded market. A decline in gas prices would be welcomed by U.S. factory owners, power...

  • Indian Prime Minister Modi, in Visit to U.S., Seeks to Ease Trade Tensions

    India may loosen restrictions impeding U.S. goods as Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads to the U.S. for a week-- including a planned appearance with President Trump in Houston-- in an effort to damp simmering trade tensions and garner fresh investment into its flagging economy, according to Indian officials. Indian authorities have had a series of meetings during the past several days to try to address at least some of the issues U.S. officials have raised in recent years.

  • Global Stocks Rise at the End of a Bumpy Week

    Global stocks rose at the end of a week that saw an interest-rate cut from the Federal Reserve and dramatic swings in crude prices after an attack on production facilities in Saudi Arabia. Futures on the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average both rose 0.2%. The Stoxx Europe 600 gained 0.4% in late-morning trade.

  • Fed's Bullard Explains His Dissent on Rate Cut He Calls Too Small

    James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, said the U.S. central bank this week should have lowered rates by more than it did to further ensure the economy can navigate a climate of rising risk. "Lowering the target range for the federal funds rate by 50 basis points at this time would provide insurance against further declines in expected inflation and a slowing economy subject to elevated downside risks," Mr.

  • Global Stocks Rise at the End of a Bumpy Week

    --Asian, European stocks edge up. Global stocks rose at the end of a week that saw an interest-rate cut from the Federal Reserve and dramatic swings in crude prices after an attack on production facilities in Saudi Arabia. The Stoxx Europe 600 gained 0.1% in morning trade.

  • Powell's Subtle Messaging to Trump on Trade Fight -- Analysis

    Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's press conference this week carried a subtle message for President Trump: If you're worried about an economic slowdown, find a way to cool down the trade war. Powell, of course, didn't spell this out so explicitly. As has been his custom, he pointedly declined to respond to Mr.

  • Global Stocks Rise at the End of a Bumpy Week

    --Asian, European stocks edge up. Global stocks rose at the end of a week that saw an interest-rate cut from the Federal Reserve and dramatic swings in crude prices after an attack on production facilities in Saudi Arabia. The Stoxx Europe 600 gained 0.2% in opening trade.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Friday, September 20 2019 Natural Rubber Turnover: 370,212 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Oct-19 11,030 11,090 10,970 11,000 11,100 -100 32 92 Nov-19 11,065 11,075 10,930 10,990 11,110 -120 2,796 12,466 Jan-20 11,815 11,875 11,725 11,800 11,900 -100 331,604 351,110 Mar-20 11,955 11,955 11,955 11,955 12,020 -65 2 46 Apr-20--- 12,110 12,110 0 0 78 May-20 11,960 12,035 11,900 11,960 12,075 -115 35,264 82,974 Jun-20--- 12,205 12,205 0 0 58 Jul-20 12,085...

  • GM Strike Pits Combatants With Something to Prove -- WSJ

    An auto maker with memories of bankruptcy, a union facing scandal. This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal. For months, leaders of both the United Auto Workers and General Motors Co. (GM) were desperate for a win.

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