Stocks traded higher throughout much of the day before strong selling in the final hour pared back much of the day’s gains after reports that federal investigators searched the office and home of President Trump’s long-time lawyer, Michael Cohen.
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Stocks traded markedly lower on Friday after President Trump asked the U.S. Trade Representative to consider $100 billion worth of additional tariffs on China, while a poor jobs report was also released in the pre-market hours.
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Stocks picked up where they left off Wednesday, posting gains for a third consecutive day Thursday, the first such occurrence in a month.
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In the overnight session, U.S. indices looked poised for further pain, but staged a notable comeback. China announced retaliatory tariffs against the United States, and the initial reaction saw many industrial heavyweights opening down significantly, with the announced tariffs affecting soybeans, beef, tobacco, and most notably aircraft among other products.
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It was “risk on” again Tuesday as stocks rebounded from Monday’s selloff with all 11 sectors moving higher. For much of the day, stocks teetered between gains and losses before rallying late in the day. The Dow rose almost 400 points or 1.6%, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose 1.3% and 1% respectively.