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The Finance 202: Stock market shrugs off Trump's trade war

A man walks by the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images) What trade war? Investors on Monday continued shrugging off fears that President Trump's escalation of trade hostilit... read more

What trade war? Markets shrug off US-China dueling tariffs

Trade war? What trade war? Wall Street shrugged off the escalation of a trade dispute between ... the damage could soon escalate. President Donald Trump, who has claimed that winning a trade war would ... read more

Dollars and Sense: Stock market shrugs off tariff talk

And to the extent that the stock market is a measure of the public mood, the trade war is not currently high on the attention scale. The market has once again shrugged off – my favorite ... price pres... read more

Markets shrug off Trump trade war

Stock markets have brushed off President ... doesn't support Trump 'will be making a mistake' MORE’s contentious performance at the Group of Seven summit, continuing to climb despite increased concern... read more

Why markets are ignoring the trade war

The US is really hitting on all eight cylinders right now and I think that’s the more important story for the stock market. Story Continued Below But he’s not convinced markets will shrug off ... OF T... read more

Stocks rise as Wall Street cheers jobs report, shrugs off trade fears

Trade-war fears have been simmering for months, keeping market gains in check ... Here’s a Better Stock to Buy Microsoft News More from CNBC Top News and Analysis Latest News Video Personal Finance Vi... read more

FTSE 100 closes firmly higher as market shrugs off UK political chaos

The UK blue-chip index closed around 70 points higher, or 0.92% to 7,687, while the FTSE 250 did even better - adding over 202 points ... rose as mixed US jobs data offset Trump trade war issues. Davi... read more

The Finance 202: Voters already fear economic pain from Trump's trade war

President Trump speaks ... power,' French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said.” — What a forgotten trade war teaches us. The Post's Todd C. Frankel: “Brand-new Ford Transit Connect vans, made in Spai... read more

Nifty ends below 10,800; midcap outperform, auto stocks gain

Market Check: The market maintained its positive momentum in the afternoon trade following buying seen in auto, realty, energy, infra, FMCG stocks. The Sensex is up 202.95 ... started off trade at Rs ... read more

5 Reasons Donald Trump's Presidency Will Include a Recession

Bankrate.com's chief financial analyst, Greg McBride, still believes Trump's victory could send reverberations through the stock market ... of finance at Stetson University. "Therefore, protectionism ... read more

Trade worries fester, even as Wall Street shrugs off latest tariffs

Another round of sweeping tariffs could knock Wall Street off track. U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday upped the ... how long do we stay in the trade war?" said Peter Cardillo, chief market econ... read more

Europe shrugs off Asian gloom, euro shuffles higher

Trade war nerves had pegged all of Asia's bourses ... in particular Chinese shares which are now deep into 'bear' market territory, highlighted the ongoing angst over U.S. President Donald Trump's tra... read more
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