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Archive US: Trading

  • NEW YORK, Aug 16- U.S. stocks ended slightly firmer on Wednesday but off the day's highs as worries mounted over President Donald Trump's agenda and minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting suggested policymakers are worried about weak inflation. Indexes lost some ground following Trump's disbanding of two high-profile business advisory councils...

  • NEW YORK, Aug 16- Wall Street edged higher on Wednesday but closed well off session highs and the dollar fell on the latest turmoil in Washington and U.S. Treasury yields fell with benchmark yields retreating from one-week highs after the July meeting minutes and as investors worried that a backlash against President Donald Trump's comments after a violent...

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  • NEW YORK, Aug 16- Wall Street indexes cut gains on Wednesday and the dollar reversed course on turmoil in Washington and U.S. Stocks pared earlier gains in a choppy session as investors worried that a backlash against President Donald Trump's comments after a violent weekend rally would stunt his ability to deliver on his pro-business promises.

  • *Fed's minutes on July policy meeting expected at 1400 ET. Aug 16- U.S. stocks pared gains on Wednesday afternoon after President Donald Trump said he is disbanding his manufacturing council as well as the strategy and policy forum. "If the minutes suggest a deviation, whether them being more hawkish or more dovish, that may cause the market to change direction," said...

  • *Euro down, sources signal no Draghi policy clues at Jackson Hole. NEW YORK, Aug 16- U.S. shares rose Wednesday as investors bet that weak housing data could slow U.S. rate hikes, while the dollar gained on the euro as hopes ebbed for a monetary policy change in Europe. Equity investors bet the weak data would hold back the Fed, according to Scott Wren, senior global equity...

  • *Fed's minutes on July policy meeting expected at 1400 ET. Aug 16- The S&P and the Dow rose higher in late morning trading on Wednesday on gains from consumer discretionary stocks, with investors awaiting the minutes on the latest Federal Reserve meeting. "The market is breathing a sigh of relief with the nuclear tensions having eased considerably and following a...

  • *LME warehouse changes by operator: http://tmsnrt.rs/2i5GpR9. LONDON, Aug 16- First, the good news. The original queue to get aluminium out of exchange warehouses in Detroit disappeared in April 2016.

  • Stocks are closing modestly higher on Wall Street as retailers including Urban Outfitters and Target climb. Urban Outfitters soared 17.5 percent and Target rose 3.3 percent after both companies reported results that were better than analysts were expecting. Biogen rose 2.1 percent and Micron Technology rose 3.4 percent.

  • *Miners, energy firms lead Europe shares higher; Asia rises. LONDON, Aug 16- European shares were on track for their best week since late April on Wednesday, gaining almost 1 percent on forecast-beating growth data, rising metals prices and a weakening euro. The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.8 percent, led by basic resources companies and energy firms,...

  • *Miners, energy firms lead Europe shares higher; Asia rises. LONDON, Aug 16- European shares were on track for their best week since late April on Wednesday, gaining almost 1 percent on forecast-beating growth data, rising metals prices and a weakening euro. The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.8 percent, led by basic resources companies and energy firms,...

  • Shares of the company fell 0.3 percent to $980.00 in premarket trade after Trump's comments. Trump has repeatedly targeted Amazon.com, whose CEO Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post, one of several major media outlets that have been swept up in the president's ongoing fight with the press. His tweet on Wednesday came as a reporter for the Washington Post...

  • *Miners, energy firms lead Europe shares higher; Asia rises. LONDON, Aug 16- The dollar held on to big gains on Wednesday before minutes of the U.S. Relative calm in the standoff between the United States and North Korea also lifted investors' appetite for riskier assets.

  • TOKYO, Aug 16- Japan's Nikkei share average was nearly flat on Wednesday with the previous day's rally running out of steam as the yen's weakening slowed, while Japan Airlines bucked the trend helped by a brokerage's bullish view. Japanese stocks have seen volatile trade recently, first spooked by growing tensions between the United States and North Korea,...

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks rose slightly Wednesday as Urban Outfitters and Target helped retailers rally. Urban Outfitters and Target did better in the second quarter than analysts expected, and Target raised its forecasts for the year. With Wal-Mart and Ross Stores in line to report their own results Thursday, investors could change their minds again.

  • SYDNEY, Aug 16- U.S. corn futures inched higher on Wednesday to move away from a near seven-week low touched in the previous session, though gains were capped as fears over the outlook for U.S. crops eased. *The most active corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade were up 0.1 percent at $3.69 a bushel by 0102 GMT. They slumped 2 percent in the previous session after...

  • Retail stocks fall sharply, S&P 500 closes little changed Tuesday

    Better-than-expected economic data lifts Treasury yields Tuesday.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    The Fed will keep raising rates this year, says The Bear Traps Report's Larry McDonald, and as the market comes to this realization, volatility will rise.