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AutoZone shares drop after worries of rising costs for the company were raised during its quarterly earnings call.
The Chinese Finance Ministry says tariffs on certain vehicles will come down to 15 percent from as much as 25 percent.
U.S. stocks dropped on Tuesday after President Donald Trump said a highly anticipated summit with North Korea may not happen after all.
David Kostin, Goldman's chief U.S. equity strategist, says investors should not worry about rising interest rates until the 10-year Treasury yield zeroes in on 4 percent.
Stocks close higher as trade tensions between the U.S. and China dissipated for the moment.
The U.S. economy seems to be on solid footing according to one unusual indicator: vacation searches on the internet.
It is easy to see why Gorat's in Omaha is Warren Buffett's favorite steakhouse.
Nordstrom's stock falls 7 percent after the company reports quarterly sales growth that disappointed investors.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq composite closed lower on Friday as tensions between the U.S. and China weighed on investor sentiment while both countries continued negotiations on trade.
If rates keep rising over the next three months, buying shares of Dow Jones industrial average members Goldman Sachs, Microsoft and Visa could make investors a lot of money, if history is any indication.