Global stocks gain after Trump auto-tariff delay, weak data pressures yields
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 () U.S. and European stock indexes gained on Wednesday after news that U.S. President Donald Trump planned to delay tariffs on auto imports, offsetting earlier pressure on equities from weak U.S. and Chinese economic data that helped depress bond yields.
According to Reuters, a global gauge of stocks is recovering from uncertainty over international trade. On May 15th, MSCI's all-country world stock index rose by three-tenths of a percent, after the Trump administration announced delays to automotive tariffs on European imports. In Europe, the Stoxx...
According to Reuters, the top markets on Wall Street are making gains for a second day after the Trump administration delayed automotive tariffs targeting Europe. By the afternoon on May 15th, the top..
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Wall Street was hit with a terrible Tuesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down, the S&P 500 down 1.65% and the Nasdaq down 1.96%. The declines followed intraday lows that saw the indices down..
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U.S. stocks gained ground on Wednesday after a report that President Donald Trump was set to delay a decision to impose auto tariffs, offering respite to markets... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India
World stock markets and U.S. benchmark bond yields gained on Thursday following strong economic data as investors assessed the latest developments in global... Reuters Also reported by •WorldNews •Reuters India
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, as a clutch of weak economic data from the United States and China sparked worries of slowing global growth against the backdrop... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India