• U.S.-China tariffs, oil and currencies0

    SINGAPORE — Markets in Asia-Pacific were subdued in Tuesday trading, as investors weighed a possible thawing of U.S.-China trade relations as U.S. President Joe Biden floated the idea of tariff cuts on Chinese goods. Chinese stocks were little changed in early trade. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index was 0.43%. The Shanghai Composite was flat, while

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  • Stock futures fall after Dow’s 600 point comeback0

    Stock futures fell in overnight trading on Monday as the markets struggled to sustain a comeback rally following weeks of losses. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 130 points, or 0.42%. S&P 500 futures dipped 0.89% and Nasdaq 100 futures dropped 1.6%. Zoom Video shares popped 6% in extended trading after sharing strong

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  • Americans worried about the economy even before inflation boom, Fed survey shows0

    A man shops for meat at a Safeway grocery store in Annapolis, Maryland, on May 16, 2022, as Americans brace for summer sticker shock as inflation continues to grow. Jim Watson | AFP | Getty Images Americans already were getting nervous about the state of the national economy late last year, before the spate of

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  • Apple, Nvidia, Ralph Lauren, Amazon0

    Here are Monday’s biggest calls on Wall Street: UBS reiterates Apple as buy UBS said that its survey checks show a “modest downtick” in iPhone demand. “Key takeaways from the survey pertaining to Apple are: 1) China iPhone purchase intent was up ~600 bps YoY, reaching its highest level in six years suggesting the iPhone

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  • Stocks like Shake Shack & Home Depot are buys in this rough market0

    Investor anxiety is running high, but Wall Street analysts said this week that there are several stocks that have tremendous potential to battle the market turbulence. These scrappy companies have just the right combination of characteristics as investors search for ways to protect their portfolio, analysts say. CNBC Pro combed through the top Wall Street

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  • The CEO of the world’s second-largest alternatives firm is optimistic about a light recession0

    (Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) For the last two decades, Bruce Flatt has been the CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, growing it to become the second-largest alternatives firm in the world. He oversees more than $725 billion in assets spanning a diverse portfolio comprised of real estate, private equity, infrastructure, energy transition, credit,

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