The biggest factor for markets in the week ahead is the progress of trade negotiations between the U.S. and China.
Stock market losses could have been far worse this week if investors did not believe a trade deal is coming-or in a 'Trump put.'
U.S. equity futures declined on Thursday evening as traders awaited a midnight deadline for U.S. tariffs to increase on Chinese goods.
U.S. equity futures were higher Thursday evening stateside as traders awaited a midnight deadline for tariffs to increase.
U.S. equity futures were little changed Thursday as traders awaited a midnight deadline for tariffs to increase.
President Trump's tariffs hit his voters the hardest, with the top three states most affected by the trade war, all places that helped him win the White House.
Dan Fuss, winner of the Morningstar Outstanding Portfolio Manager award, tells CNBC that the Federal Reserve is "trapped by the circumstances" as tensions between China and the U.S. increase.
Goldman Sachs' private wealth clients are poised to make $1 billion in Uber's IPO.
According to Renaissance Capital, 42 IPOs have priced this year. The average first-day pop has been 22%, well above the average of 13% to 15%.
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President Donald Trump says China wants a deal, but Wall Street is not totally convinced there will be one, even though stocks rose on the president's remarks Wednesday.
Shares of Ohio-based automaker Workhorse jumped after a tweet from President Trump.
Two massive investments by PayPal in the past few months put it in a better position to compete on a global scale.
Retail investing in Russia is going to "grow immensely" over the coming years, according to the chief executive of Tinkoff Bank.
At the opening ceremony of the second Belt and Road forum, China's president discussed his country's plan for further economic reforms.
Uber is different from its potential market-cap peers in a key way — it's not making money.
Bespoke found that Twitter has had the most positive reaction to earnings out of all the other companies that have reported. The stock surged 15.6% on April 23 after the social media company reported better-than-expected earnings.