Home Depot CEO Craig Menear said the company aims to minimize any impact that potential tariffs will have on customers by cutting costs elsewhere in the supply chain. The company makes 70% of its goods domestically, which also lessens the effect.
Cashin believes the Fed could slash interest rates by an aggressive 0.5% at its next policymaking meeting at the end of July.
Investors shouldn't get their hopes up for the U.S. and China to make any progress on the trade front at the G-20 summit next week, short seller Carson Block said Friday.
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