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Dow Futures Wobble as U.S.-China Trade War Escalates Ahead of Critical Talks

Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) posted narrow gains in aftermarket trading Wednesday, as the threat of an escalating trade war between the United States and China continued to weigh. Dow Futures Rise; S&P 500, Nasdaq Follow Futures contracts on all three major U.S. indexes rose slightly in overnight trading, with the Dow Jones mini climbing 57 points, or 0.2%. S&P 500 futures added 0.3% and the Nasdaq 100 contract climbed 0.3%. Dow Jones futures point to modest open for U.S. stocks on Wednesday. | Chart: Bloomberg Equities…

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Dow Seesaws as Apple Offsets Trump Threat to Destroy Turkish Economy

The Dow Jones dipped from its highs after President Donald Trump spooked the stock market with one of his most bombastic Twitter threats ever, warning that he could “totally destroy and obliterate” the economy of Turkey. These losses were mitigated as Apple stock exploded higher as demand for the iPhone 11 remains strong, alongside hopes remaining high for some progress in the trade war when talks restart this week. Dow Ignores Trump Tweetstorm, Begs for Trade War Progress Minutes before the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had lost…

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Stock Market Braces For a Big Fall as Bad News Piles On: Key Events This Week

Strategists anticipate the U.S. stock market to have a tough week ahead as the global economy stalls and trade-talk uncertainties intensify. The U.S. stock market closed with improved sentiment last week as the Dow Jones surged by well over 300 points. Dow to open with a big drop, reflecting gloomy U.S. stock market sentiment. | Chart: Yahoo Finance With the Asian stock market showing a steep decline as a result of the expected lackluster progress in trade talks, U.S. equities are expected to quickly follow suit. U.S.-China trade talks likely…

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The Real Reason The Dow Is Tanking

The stock market is getting pummeled today, with the major indices down about 1.5%, and the Dow Jones down 444 points. There’s a lot of talk about what’s behind the Dow Jones selloff. A lot of analysts are pointing to ongoing recession fears. The manufacturing index has cratered, and private payrolls only grew by 135,000. There is ongoing concern regarding the trade war with China. Many analysts don’t like the uncertainty of the impeachment process regarding Congress and Donald Trump. While all these things are certainly contributing to the Dow…

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Dow Futures Plunge as 2008-Crisis Parallels Loom Large

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures suffered another collapse in early trading Wednesday, pointing to a weak stock market open. As US manufacturing data falls to a fresh decade-low, traders are battling with yet another throwback to the 2008 financial crisis. A handful of warnings are now flashing red. Weak manufacturing, Federal Reserve intervention, housing market weakness, and the inverted yield curve are all nauseating flashbacks to the Great Recession. It’s beginning to look a lot like 2008… Dow futures dive 100 points At 5.27 am ET, Dow Jones Industrial…

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Dow Futures Come Up Short as Recession Fears Engulf Trump Presidency

Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) rose in aftermarket trading Wednesday, though gains were limited by fears of a U.S. economy gradually sliding towards recession. Dow Aims to Recover from Brutal Session Futures on all three major U.S. indexes edged higher during Asian trading, setting the stage for a modest start to the New York session Wednesday morning. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 41 points, or 0.2%, to 26,562.00. Dow Jones Industrial Average rises modestly in overnight trading. | Chart: Bloomberg S&P 500 futures rose…

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Dow Slithers Higher While China’s Xi Thunders Menacing Warning

The Dow slithered toward a second straight gain on Tuesday as Wall Street gambled on an economic rebound – and ignored an ominous warning from Chinese President Xi Jinping. Dow Creeps Toward Second Straight Gain Wall Street’s three major indices all opened to moderate gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 89.85 points or 0.33% to edge past the 27,000 level. At last check, the DJIA stood at 27,006.68. The Dow rose for the second straight day, brushing off Xi Jinping’s menacing warning. | Source: Yahoo Finance The S&P 500…

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Dow Futures Rally as Treasury Yield Spread Approaches Dangerous Level

Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) rose in overnight trading Monday, as China trade optimism caused investors to look beyond a breakdown in U.S. Treasury yields. Dow Futures Rally; S&P 500, Nasdaq Follow The three main U.S. futures contracts reported gains Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbing 98 points, or 0.4.%, to 26,894.00. The futures contract was up by as much as 144 points. Dow futures point to solid open for U.S. equity markets on Monday. | Chart: Bloomberg S&P 500 futures climbed 0.4% to 2,975.50….

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Dow Futures Spike as Fed Official Trumpets Bigger Rate Cut – CCN.com

Dow Futures indicate a 57-point increase at the Dow Jones opening as a growing number of investors rushes back into stocks following the approval of yet another interest rate cut by the Fed to 1.75 percent to 2 percent. Dow Futures indicate a Dow Jones opening with more than 50 points up as Fed official argues for a deeper interest rate cut (source: Yahoo Finance) James Bullard, the president of St. Louis Federal Reserve, stated that a bigger benchmark interest rate cut was necessary to supplement slowing growth in the…

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Dow Futures Slide but Bill Gates Is Still Bullish as Hell – CCN.com

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures slid lower in pre-market trading Wednesday. The stock market is in wait-and-see mode ahead of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision this afternoon. But Bill Gates is shrugging off any uncertainty. In an interview with Bloomberg, the billionaire Microsoft founder said he’s still bullish on the US economy and heavily invested in stocks. “I’m bullish on, you know, the US businesses, global businesses so we’re not, you know in some defensive posture where we’re mostly in cash, or anything like that. The strategy that’s…

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