Market Pulse - Usa
24 Sep
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US close: Markets mixed as trade tensions linger

US stocks finished on a mixed note on Monday, as trade tensions resurfaced after China called off planned trade talks with Washington over the weekend and as fresh tariffs on Chinese imports kick in.

24 Sep
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FX round-up: Pound bounces, Turkish lira and Russian rouble in focus

The pound bounced back at the start of the week even after - in what observers said was a challenge to the Prime Minister - Tory rebels published their alternative to her Brexit plan and despite a weak reading on a widely-followed survey of factory sector conditions.

24 Sep
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Volvo halts Iran truck operations over US sanctions

Carmaker Volvo has halted its truck assembly lines in Iran over US sanctions that are preventing it from being paid, a company spokesman said on Monday.

24 Sep
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US Deputy Attorney General set to step down - Axios

US Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein, tendered his resignation to the White House on Monday, in the belief that President Donald Trump was set to dismiss him.

24 Sep
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US open: Stocks dip amid negative headlines on trade, dollar lower as well

US stocks were edging slightly lower on Monday as trade tensions resurfaced after China called off planned trade talks with Washington over the weekend and as fresh tariffs on Chinese imports kick in.

24 Sep
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China refuses trade talks with US as new tariffs kick in

China has refused to continue trade negotiations with the US until President Donald Trump stops threatening further tariffs.

23 Sep
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US close: Stocks end on mixed note, but Dow hits record high

Wall Street finished on a mixed note on Friday, weighed down by weakness in the technology space, although the Dow Industrials did manage to eke out a fresh record high.

21 Sep
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China demands US remove 'unjustifiable' sanction for Russian weapons purchase

China has demanded that the US remove sanctions placed on a defence agency and its director for purchasing Russian weapons.

21 Sep
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US open: Small gains at the open following record highs in previous session

Friday trading on Wall Street kicked-off with some small gains following a record session the day before in which both the Dow and the S&P rose to fresh highs on the back of a strong showing from the technology sector.

21 Sep
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Tesla loses another executive as supply management chief resigns

Tesla has lost another executive as the vice president of global supply management Liam O’Connor resigned on Friday, Bloomberg reported.

20 Sep
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US close: Wall Street finishes higher as investors digest tsunami of data

Wall Street trading ended well into the green on Thursday, as investors shrugged off the trade conflict between the US and China and thumbed through a slew of data releases.

20 Sep
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EU to push Facebook to comply with consumer rules or face sanctions

Facebook could face European Union sanctions if they fail to bring their user terms in line with the block’s consumer laws and continue to mislead users regarding the main characteristics of the platform’s services.

20 Sep
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US open: Stocks go green as investors digest a data buffet

Wall Street trading started off with some solid gains on Thursday as investors shrugged off the trade conflict between the US and China and thumbed through a slew of data releases.

20 Sep
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Big drop in US secondary unemployment claims

US jobless claims moved lower still over the latest week, underling the ongoing strength of the labour market.

20 Sep
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Philly Fed factory index jumps back in September

Factory sector activity in the US mid-Atlantic region bounced back sharply in September on the back of a big increase in firms' new orders, according to the results of a widely-followed survey.

20 Sep
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OECD warns against further protectionism, trims world GDP forecasts

The Organisation for Co-operation and Development has trimmed its forecasts for world growth for this year and next, cautioning that trade tensions, tighter financial conditions in emerging markets and political risks might further undermine "strong and sustainable" medium-term growth around the world.

19 Sep
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US close: Markets mixed ahead of post-Florence jobless claims

Wall Street trading ended on a mixed note on Wednesday, as the Dow moved closer to an all-time high, despite trade tensions between the US and China that were still weighing heavily on sentiment.

19 Sep
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UK calls for regulating 'wild west' cryptocurrencies

UK lawmakers on the Treasury select committee have called for regulation of cryptocurrencies which they consider to be "wild west" assets that expose investors to risks.

19 Sep
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US open: Dow moves to within 1% of all-time high

Wall Street trading started off with some mixed returns on Wednesday as the Dow moved to within 1% of an all-time high, despite trade tensions between the US and China that were still weighing heavily on sentiment.

19 Sep
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US current account deficit narrows to 2.0% of GDP in Q2

America's current account deficit with the rest of the world narrowed more quickly than expected during the second quarter.