Stocks rose on Monday after the U.S. reached an agreement with Mexico on tariffs.
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"I don't really think capital gains promote investment as much as advertised out there," billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller tells CNBC.
The Mexican peso fell nearly 1% against the dollar after two ratings agencies lowered their credit outlook on the country amid the heightened trade tensions.
While the overall impact on the U.S. tourism would be manageable, a decline in Chinese tourists could hit legacy carriers and Vegas gambling spots.
Stocks rose on Thursday as investors became hopeful that the U.S. and Mexico are getting closer to a resolution over immigration issues.
Bank earnings could get slashed by 10% if the Fed cuts rates by 75 basis points, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said Tuesday that he would take the inverted yield curve "seriously" if it "persists for some time."
Equity ETFs had $19.9 billion in outflows last month, according to a recent report from State Street Global Advisors.
China Ministry of Commerce says the trade conflict with the U.S. will need to be resolved through further talks.