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Easing Trade Tensions Portend Steady Stock Markets

Easing Trade Tensions Portend Steady Stock Markets

Easing trade tensions between China and the United States mean US stocks can only go up on May 14. Futures predicted a 0.2 percent opening gain for S&P 500. The Dow Jones Industrial Average or DJIS may go up by 0.3 percent. The Stoxx Europe 600 ..

Gold Posted Biggest Weekly Loss This Year

Gold Posted Biggest Weekly Loss This Year

Gold price was traded lower on Friday due to a strong U.S. dollar.Spot gold fell 0.2 percent at $1,329.23 during Friday’s trading session. While U.S. Gold future for April delivery was traded 0.12 percent lower to $1,331.10 per ounce.This is t..

Investors Shrug Off Inflation Fears

Investors Shrug Off Inflation Fears

It is clear that equity market sentiment is not negatively influenced by the news of inflation rise in the United States. Stock markets all over the world went up. These showed resilience to all concerns regarding the overheated US economy. The effe..

Stock Market Still Risky Even as it Bounces Back

Stock Market Still Risky Even as it Bounces Back

Investors continue to be wary even as the stock markets continue to quickly climb after they underwent a heart-stopping correction. A few are swiftly calculating whether the time is too young to sound the 'all clear'. A significant proportio..

Dollar Tree Beat on Q3 Results Helped by Higher Customer Traffic

Dollar Tree Beat on Q3 Results Helped by Higher Customer Traffic

Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR), the leading operator of discount variety stores in North America, announced its financial results for the third quarter.For the fiscal third quarter, net sales rose 6.3% to $5.32 billion from the $5.00 billion for t..

Analysts Fear for the U.S. Dollar's Status as World Reserve Currency

Analysts Fear for the U.S. Dollar's Status as World Reserve Currency

It is no secret that world over, the U.S. dollar enjoys the pride of place. Central banks use the dollar as the world reserve currency and when you look at the transactions that take place across the globe, nearly 90% of them are carried out in U.S...

China Limiting Overseas Investments

China Limiting Overseas Investments

China is looking to curb domestic companies’ investments abroad in property, sports, entertainment, and other fields after many series of high profile, multi-billion dollar acquisitions by Chinese firms. Regulators are aiming to stop foreign a..