Stocks Slip as Trade Hopes Fade
Global stocks pulled back as optimism waned regarding the U.S. and China making progress in resolving the trade war.
U.S.-China Trade Talks Face Another Hurdle: Where to Sign the Deal
The U.S. and China are grappling with a dual challenge on trade: wrapping up an interim deal, and getting President Trump and President Xi Jinping in the same place to sign it.
How Long Can the Defense Party Last?
Defense stocks have delivered outsize returns over the past six years, but political spats and high valuations threaten to spoil the party.
JPMorgan Deal Shows Possible Path to Smaller Fannie and Freddie
A move by JPMorgan to shed risk on some of its mortgage loans is stirring hope that the tactic could help reduce the government's role in the $11 trillion mortgage market.
German Exports Grow 1.5%
German exports rose more strongly than expected in September, gaining 1.5% on the month in adjusted terms, despite a sharp decrease in industrial output.
China's Export Decline Eased in October
China's exports recovered a little in October, with a 0.9% decline from a year earlier compared with a 3.2% drop in September, in an early sign that global demand may be picking up as trade tensions with the U.S. ease.
Fed's Bostic 'Fairly Comfortable' With Holding Rates Steady for Now
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic said he isn't looking for the U.S. central bank to lower rates again.
Moody's Downgrades India's Outlook to Negative
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded its outlook for India to negative from stable, citing increased risks to its economic growth.
RBA Expects Growth to Rebound as Rate Cuts Support Economy
The Reserve Bank of Australia said it is relatively upbeat on the outlook for growth and inflation as the impact of recent interest cuts is felt more strongly, cementing its view that the economy has reached a gentle turning point.