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9:02 a.m. Oct. 12, 2019 - By Vitaliy Katsenelson
Why it’s only a matter of time before oil runs out of gas and electric vehicles power ahead Alternative energy helps the planet and gives consumers choicesAlternative energy helps the planet and gives consumers choices, writes Vitaliy Katsenelson.
4:20 a.m. Oct. 8, 2019 - By Tomi Kilgore
Boeing's stock falls to lead Dow's early losersShares of Boeing Co. dropped 1.6% in premarket trading Tuesday, enough to pace the Dow Jones Industrial Average's early decliners, after reports of a potential delay in the 737 Max's return to service and a lawsuit by Southwest Airlines Co. pilots. The stock's implied price decline would shave about 38 points off the Dow's price, while Dow futures sank 194 points. Heightened safety concerns from European regulators about portions of proposed fixes to 737 Max flight-control systems could delay the return of the Boeing jets to service, according to . And the union representing Southwest pilots is suing Boeing, saying the pilots are losing money because the company had rushed an unsafe place into service, only to have the jets grounded following deadly crashes, . Boeing's stock has gained 7.2% over the past three months through Monday, while the Dow has slipped 1.2%.
4:32 a.m. Oct. 4, 2019 - By Greg Robb
U.S. trade deficit widens 1.6% to $54.9 billion in AugustThe U.S. trade deficit widened 1.6% in August to $54.9 billion, the Commerce Department said Friday. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected a deficit of $54.4 billion. Both import and exports increased, but imports rose at a faster pace. August exports of autos and auto parts were the highest since July 2014. Imports of consumer goods were the highest on record. Year-to-date, the U.S. is running a $428.7 billion deficit, up from $400 billion over the same period last year. Economists expect the trade gap will be a slight drag on third quarter growth. The U.S. trade deficit with China narrowed 3.1% to $31.8 billion in September.
3:02 p.m. Oct. 2, 2019 - Associated Press
U.S. plans tariffs on $7.5 billion of European imports after winning WTO ruling Green light comes after ruling that EU favored Airbus over BoeingThe Trump administration plans to impose tariffs on $7.5 billion worth of European imports — from gouda cheese to single-malt whiskey to large aircraft — beginning Oct. 18 to retaliate against illegal European Union subsidies for aviation giant Airbus.
12:20 p.m. Oct. 1, 2019 - Associated Press
Hurricane Lorenzo could slam Portugal’s Azores islands with 70-foot waves Category 2 hurricane is forecast to hit the island group in the next 24 hoursThe Category 2 hurricane is expected to hit the Portuguese islands in the next 24 hours.
1:08 p.m. Sept. 30, 2019 - Associated Press
EU trade chief nominee urges U.S. not to start new tit-for-tat tariff war Phil Hogan urges Washington to work with EU to reform WTOThe Irishman set to take over as the European Union’s top trade official on Monday urged the United States not to launch an economically damaging tariff war with the bloc over subsidies to Airbus and Boeing.
4:41 a.m. Sept. 17, 2019 - By George Friedman
U.S. response to Saudi oil attack leads directly to Iran Striking back — or not — involves trade-offs and riskStriking back — or not — involves trade-offs and risk, writes George Friedman.
9:31 a.m. Sept. 11, 2019 - By Paul Brandus
After jettisoning warmonger Bolton, Trump emerges as a left winger on foreign policy How Trump is further to the left than Obama, Clinton or CarterWhen it comes to foreign policy Donald Trump is a left-wing radical, writes Paul Brandus.
8:25 a.m. Sept. 9, 2019 - By Greg Robb
IMF says there is only one candidate for its top spot World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva has clear path to replace Christine Lagarde as IMF headThe IMF announced Monday that Kristalina Georgieva, currently the number two at the World Bank, is the only candidate to be its next chief.
3:00 a.m. Sept. 5, 2019 - By Mark Cobley
European markets rally on trade hopes and signs of Brexit delayEuropean markets mostly rose on Thursday morning, following gains across most of Asia and on Wall Street yesterday, after China said trade talks with the U.S. will resume in October.
7:10 a.m. Aug. 23, 2019 - By Lina Saigol
With pound under pressure, foreign buyers are snapping up British companies Entertainment One is latest example of foreign purchaseFrom toys and pubs to aerospace and defence, companies across a diverse range of sectors have been snapped up in recent weeks as the UK hurtles towards a disorderly Brexit
5:31 a.m. Aug. 22, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
These 4 big blue chip stocks are cheap for a reason, cautions money manager Critical information for the U.S. trading dayOur call of the day looks at four big U.S. companies that have stumbled after a solid ride between 2016 and 2018. The Felder Report’s Jesse Felder says they need to get a lot cheaper.
6:51 a.m. Aug. 17, 2019 - By Chris Matthews
These 10 ‘grey swan’ events could conspire to imperil global economy and markets With all eyes on U.S.-China trade, these macro risks are underexaminedEven as high-probability risks capture the minds of investors, there is a growing combination of lower-probability risks, that could create even more heartburn for investors as the third quarter draws to a close.
8:00 a.m. Aug. 3, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
The Fed can’t stop a market meltdown, warns forecaster who called the 2008 housing bust Critical information for the U.S. trading dayExpectations over the Fed’s ability to fix all that ails the economy and markets may be running a little too hot, warns our call of the day, from James Stack, president of Stack Financial Management and owner of InvesTech Research.
5:50 a.m. July 24, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
Dividend-paying stocks will leave Treasurys for dead, says mutual-fund company Federated Critical information for the U.S. trading dayFederated Investors’s chief equity market strategist Phil Orlando, says it’s high time investors wake up to the benefit of dividend paying stocks.
5:36 a.m. July 24, 2019 - By Mark DeCambre
Dow falls 140 points at the open as Boeing, Caterpillar deliver disappointing results U.S. stocks on Wednesday opened firmly lower, with weak results from Boeing Co. and Caterpillar Inc. , weighing on the Dow and the broader market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 140 points , or 0.5%, to reach 27,205, the S&P 500 index slipped 0.3% to 2,997, while the Nasdaq Composite Index retreated 0.3% to hit 8,230. Aerospace giant Boeing Co. swung to a loss in the second quarter, while Caterpillar, the manufacturing and construction-equipment giant produced weaker-than-expected results. Both companies are constituents of the Dow. ahead to renewed trade talks between the U.S. and China next week. Shares of Boeing and Caterpillar were from the Dow. In other news, regulators said they were increasing pressure on Facebook Inc. and Apple Inc. , which may put the tech and social-media giants at risk of antitrust actions. Early Wednesday, Facebook shares fell after the it formally announced a $5 billion settlement with the Federal Trade Commission for deceiving users about its privacy practices. Facebook is due to report second-quarter earnings after the close of trade Wednesday.
2:15 a.m. July 13, 2019 - By Callum Keown
New technology requirement may ground more than 1 in 10 private jets in 2020 It can cost up to $200,000 to outfit planes with ADS-B Out surveillance technology as mandated beginning next year by regulators in U.S., Europe and elsewhereIt can cost up to $200,000 to outfit planes with ADS-B Out surveillance technology as mandated beginning next year by regulators in U.S., Europe and elsewhere.
4:54 a.m. July 10, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
Weak U.S. data could trigger 10% stock plunge, says strategist Critical information for the U.S. trading dayLooking for surprises? Watch the data not the monetary policy says our call of the day from Elia Lattuga, the deputy head of strategy research at UniCredit.
4:37 a.m. July 8, 2019 - By Tomi Kilgore
Boeing's stock falls to lead Dow's premarket decliners after losing order to rival AirbusShares of Boeing Co. slumped 1.5% to pace the Dow Jones Industrial Average's premarket decliners Monday, after the aerospace giant to Europe-based rival Airbus SE . The premarket price decline would have about 36 points off the Dow's price, or nearly half the Dow futures' decline of about 78 points. Saudi Arabia's Flyadeal, the discount arm of Saudi Arabian Airlines Corp., said it would buy up to 50 Airbus A320neo planes, after making a commitment to buy Boeing's 737 Max planes in December. The loss of the order comes as the following two crashes of the planes.
4:35 p.m. July 1, 2019 - By Joshua Zumbrun
U.S. considers more tariffs against EU, pending outcome of Airbus case Tariffs weighed on 89 items with annual trade value of $4 billionThe U.S. widened its threat to impose tariffs against the European Union, pending the outcome of a World Trade Organization case over the EU’s subsidies of the airplane manufacturer Airbus SE.
10:24 a.m. June 23, 2019 - By Tomi Kilgore
GE’s stock breakout after record Paris Air Show orders confirms bullish technical tone Shares’ break above $10.50 resistance follows Dow Theory uptrend pattern and bullish ‘golden cross’Shares of General Electric Co. surged Thursday, to achieve a technical breakout that would confirm a bullish technical tone, after the industrial conglomerate said its aviation unit announced record orders at the Paris Air Show this week.
2:26 a.m. June 18, 2019 - By Dave Morris
London markets boosted by stimulus talkThe European Central Bank President indicated he stood ready to act if conditions didn’t improve
12:22 p.m. April 24, 2019 - By Sue Chang
Stocks close lower as earnings paint mixed picture of corporate sector Boeing falls short of targets, suspends share buybacksU.S. stocks close lower Wednesday, a day after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq carved out their first records in months, following earnings from high-profile companies that offered a mixed picture of American corporations.
5:32 a.m. April 24, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
Don’t be ‘fooled’ by these fresh highs for stocks, warns analyst Critical information for the U.S. trading day Our call of the day says investors should take care as the stock market sets out new highs, because a big group of investors is sitting on the sidelines, waiting to cash in on a fall.
12:13 p.m. April 23, 2019 - By Mark DeCambre
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq just closed at records, ending a monthslong droughtThe S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq Composite on Tuesday finished in record territory, notching all-time highs for the first time since fall and late summer, powered by gains in health-care and the consumer-discretionary sectors. The S&P 500 index finished up 0.9%, or 26 points, at 2,934 (on a preliminary basis), above its closing high at 2,930.75 put in on Sept. 20. The health-care sector, as reflected in the Health Care Select Sector SPDR ETF , rose about 1.6% on Tuesday. Consumer-discretionary shares, as gauged by the Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR ETF , climbed 1%. The Nasdaq Composite Index finished up 1.3% at 8,120, closing above its Aug. 29 all-time closing high at 8,109.69. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average notched a 0.6% gain to end at 26,656, just off its Oct. 3 record at 26,828.39. The three main benchmarks have mounted a steady ascent since putting in their lows on Dec. 24, when equity indexes suffered heavy losses during a bruising fourth-quarter selloff that dragged the Nasdaq into bear-market territory, defined as a decline of at least 20% from a recent peak, and left the S&P 500 on the edge of ending its longest bull run ever. Strong earnings reports have to fuel Tuesday's advance, as shares of social-networking platform Twitter Inc. , and aerospace giant Lockheed Martin Corp. and United Technologies Corp. rallied after quarterly results on the session.
6:17 a.m. April 20, 2019 - Associated Press
Extra security in Paris as Yellow Vest anger mixes with Notre Dame mourningFrench yellow vest protesters set small fires as they marched through Paris on Saturday to drive home their latest message to the government: that rebuilding the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral isn’t the only problem the nation needs to solve.
1:56 a.m. April 19, 2019 - By Donato Paolo Mancini
Ryanair to require extra simulator training for Boeing 737 MAX pilots Ryanair was poised to receive its first 737 MAX planes this spring, before the jet was groundedEurope’s biggest low-cost airline, Ryanair Holdings plans to put pilots of its Boeing Co. 737 MAX jets through extra simulator training, according to people familiar with the carrier’s thinking, the latest airline to take additional safety measures related to the troubled plane.
2:38 a.m. April 18, 2019 - By Emily Horton
No Easter treats for Europe as stagnation fears hit marketsEuropean stocks fell Thursday as economic data across the continent came in below expectations
3:05 a.m. April 16, 2019 - By Ciara Linnane
Risk of earnings recession rises, as S&P 500 profits to fall for first time in 3 years Trade tensions, weather and slowing growth are pulling down earnings expectationsInvestors should brace themselves for the first negative print for S&P 500 earnings in nearly three years and for the possibility of an earnings recession, as macroeconomic headwinds continue to pull down analyst estimates.
11:26 a.m. April 9, 2019 - By Robert Schroeder
Trump Today: President says migrants are coming to U.S. like it’s Disneyland as he escalates trade fight with Europe Egypt’s Sisi — who wants to extend term — doing ‘great,’ Trump saysPresident Donald Trump ramped up his rhetoric on immigration Tuesday, saying migrants are coming to the U.S. like it’s “Disneyland,” as he escalated a trade fight with Europe.
3:09 a.m. April 9, 2019 - By Tomi Kilgore
Boeing’s stock drags Dow down as surprise production cuts spook market Shares set to shave over 100 points off the Dow’s priceShares of Boeing Co. sank Monday, after the aerospace giant’s surprise announcement of production cuts suggests the negative impacts of the 737 MAX groundings could last longer and be more widespread than previously expected.
3:03 p.m. April 8, 2019 - By Jeremy C. Owens
U.S. threatens tariffs on European wine and cheese in response to Airbus subsidiesThe office of the U.S. Trade Representative threatened to levy tariffs on many European goods Monday afternoon as retaliation against European companies' subsidies for aircraft manufacturer Airbus SE . The U.S. and EU have been battling about subsidies for more than a decade, with the U.S. saying that European subsidies are unfair to U.S. manufacturer Boeing Co. "This case has been in litigation for 14 years, and the time has come for action," U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer . Lighthizer's office put forth a list of goods it is targeting for additional tariffs for public comment, with the extra taxes expected to begin once a World Trade Organization arbitrator signs off on a case looking at the total value of the Airbus subsidies, which the U.S. says is about $11 billion. that could face tariffs includes many aviation parts, but also a long list of food, beverages and clothing, including many wines and cheeses.
5:54 a.m. April 4, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
Buy dollars even if stocks keep rising, says Goldman alumnus who predicted the financial crisis Critical information for the U.S. trading dayOur call of the day, from Goldman Sachs alumnus, Raoul Pal, who forecast the last global financial crisis, sees trouble on the horizon for the world’s economies, advising investors to buy bonds and the dollar.
3:02 a.m. April 4, 2019 - By Philip van Doorn
Three stocks that could prove profitable for investors smart enough to ignore market ‘anomalies’ George Maris of Janus Henderson takes advantage of discounted stock opportunities created when investors panicGeorge Maris of Janus Henderson takes advantage of discounted stock opportunities created when investors panic.
7:42 a.m. April 3, 2019 - By Michael Ashbaugh
Bull trend strengthens: S&P 500, Nasdaq extend April breakout Focus: Apple reclaims 200-day average (again) challenges five-month highs, AAPL, FDX, RTN, LVS, GLUUU.S. stocks are higher early Wednesday, rising amid optimism over China-U.S. trade progress. The upturn builds on a strong second-quarter start, a move placing major S&P 500 resistance (2,873) firmly under siege.
5:36 a.m. April 3, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
U.S. stocks ‘vulnerable to a correction,’ warns top asset manager Critical information for the U.S. trading dayThe start looks bright for Wall Street, but our call of the day, from Luca Paolini, chief strategist at Pictet Asset Management, warns that “equities are a turnoff,” and U.S. stocks are most at risk of a correction.
12:03 p.m. April 2, 2019 - By Greg Robb
IMF’s Lagarde: Global economy has lost momentum but will likely avoid recession IMF chief sees rebound in second half on patient Fed, China stimulusThe global economy has lost momentum this year, but growth is expected to pick up in the second half, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says.
6:24 a.m. March 19, 2019 - By Barbara Kollmeyer
First-quarter earnings will be a ‘show-me’ moment for stocks, says BlackRock Critical information for the U.S. trading dayBlackRock’s chief equity strategist Kate Moore says that in order for the stock market to keep attracting more buyers and build on the rally we’ve seen since the start of the year, investors will have to grind through several big “milestones” over the next six to eight weeks.
8:26 a.m. March 18, 2019 - Associated Press
Dutch police probe terror links in Utrecht tram shooting that left three dead and at least five injured Threat level raised to highest level; suspect still at largePolice anti-terrorism units and helicopters responded to the scene at 24 Oktoberplein, a busy traffic intersection in a residential neighborhood. The shooter was still at large.
6:54 a.m. March 14, 2019 - By Jacob Passy
The U.S. grounds the Boeing 737 Max aircraft — what that means for air travelers President Trump has said the U.S. will ground the Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9, meaning a growing number of travelers could face flight delays and cancellationsPresident Trump has said the U.S. will ground the Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9, meaning a growing number of travelers could face flight delays and cancellations.
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