Stocks continue to drop lower this morning amid ongoing political uncertainty following Trump’s firing of the acting Attorney General yesterday and ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting which begins today.
US stocks are falling on Monday as markets wrestled with the latest executive order from President Donald Trump which temporarily placed a travel ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries. The ban, which was implemented on Friday, sent shockwaves throughout the world with thousands of Americans joining protests at airports throughout the country.
Today marks the one week anniversary of the Donald Trump Presidency and it has been eventful to say the least. From a market perspective, it has been a relatively good week. At the start, investors were in a wait and see mood early to see how the Trump campaign promises were going to play out now that he was in office.
It appears that the Trump rally is back on track with Dow Jones sporting two consecutive days of triple digit gains with today's opening rally. The Dow also eclipsed the iconic 20,000 point mark, while all other indices continue to post record highs. International markets were part of the story with China rising in sympathy with yesterday's US gains and Eu
The market run-up since the election has hit a stall pattern in recent days. It seems that the promises of a Trump led country were more encouraging than the reality of how and when those promises will actually be fulfilled. This tone has put the brakes on U.S.
The country and the world are waking up this morning to the reality of a Trump led administration. All of the rhetoric is over and now it’s time to see which campaign promises Trump has been touting will actually be implemented.
It’s an historic day for investors, and for all Americans, as Donald Trump later today is inaugurated as our nation’s 45th President. Trump’s inaugural address will be watched with great scrutiny by investors and people all over the world.
On the eve of the Presidential Inauguration, U.S. stock markets are continuing with the wait and see pattern we have experienced the last couple of weeks. After an impressive rally following the election of Donald Trump, investors are now looking for the proof in the pudding as he officially takes office tomorrow.
U.S. stocks are continuing to pullback today after recording losses Tuesday that were in response to comments made by President Elect Donald Trump who said that a strong dollar is harming the U.S. economy. Both the Dow and S&P500 finished 0.3% lower yesterday and are following that same trend in early trading today. Trump also poked jabs at NATO warning that the U.S.
U.S. stock markets are back in fully swing after the Martin Luther holiday and in the early going the trend is toward the downside. Currently, both the Dow and S&P500 are trading 0.3% lower. One of the driving factors this morning appear to be political as investors react to comments made by President Elect Trump and British Prime minister Theresa May over the weekend.
The Dow is once again headed toward the 20,000 point level this morning on the backs of strong earnings reports from 2 major banks. After posting one of the worst trading sessions on Thursday since Donald Trump was elected President, both the Dow and S&P500 are trading in positive territory early in the session. Both J.P.
After a nearly 100 point gain on Wednesday the Dow Jones Industrial average slumped 160 points Thursday, giving back all of yesterday’s gains while on track to record its worst single session performance since October 11. Investors appear to be reacting to yesterday’s news conference from President-elect Donald Trump where disappointment over Mr.
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