Market Report - Us
US stocks opened lower on Monday as truncated trade talks and weak data out of Europe left market participants worried about the state of the global economy.
US stocks opened higher on Friday as trade negotiators from Beijing and Washington resumed face-to-face talks for the first time in around two months.
US stocks turned green on Thursday as investors continued to react to the Federal Reserve's latest policy announcement and got hopeful about trade talks between US and Chinese officials in Washington.
US stocks opened lower on Wednesday as investors awaited a rate decision from the US Federal Reserve later in the session.
US stocks opened on a mixed note on Tuesday, coming off session lows as crude oil futures skidded lower amid reports that Saudi oil output could be fully restored as quickly as had originally been anticipated.
Wall Street stocks opened weaker on Monday after an attack on a Saudi Arabian oilfield and the country's key processing facility sparked fears that a surge in crude prices could add to the slowdown in the global economy.
Wall Street trading began on a mixed note on Friday, with the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 near all-time highs but the Nasdaq lagging behind.
Trading on Wall Street began on a somewhat muted note on Thursday, with investors' attention centred on global trade developments after Donald Trump agreed to hold off on additional tariff increases on Chinese goods for two weeks as a "gesture of good will".
Wall Street trading began on a somewhat tentative note on Wednesday as the focus shifted between Apple's product launch a day earlier and trade relations between China and the US.
US stocks opened lower on Tuesday following the release of weak Chinese data overnight.
Trading on Wall Street began with a slightly positive tone on Monday following a report of a "peace proposal" from Beijing.
Trading on Wall Street began on a somewhat muted note on Friday as investors scoured over the key monthly jobs report amid speculation that something positive might be afoot on the US-China trade front.
Wall Street stocks opened sharply higher on Thursday after China's Commerce Ministry revealed that Beijing's top trade negotiator, Liu He, had spoken with US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
Stocks on Wall Street opened higher on Wednesday after a report revealed that China's services sector expanded at its fastest pace in three months in August and a controversial bill that led to recent tensions in Hong Kong was withdrawn.
Stocks opened sharply lower on Tuesday following the Labor Day break after the latest round of US-China trade tariffs kicked-in over the weekend.
Stocks opened higher on Friday as the cooling of trade tensions between the US and China looked set to help markets for a second day in a row.
Stocks traded higher at the opening bell on Thursday as China's desire to calmly wrap up its trade war with the US gave investor sentiment a much-needed boost.
Stocks opened on a mixed note on Wednesday with trade fears and a flashing recession indicator in focus.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Tuesday following a rally during the previous session that was driven by comments made by Donald Trump while attending the G-7 meeting in France.
US stocks opened higher on Monday after Donald Trump announced the US and China were "getting back to the table".