Global stocks were mixed Friday and for the week on mixed earnings and continued trade worries (只備英文版)
US shares slipped Friday as investors continued to be hit with a stream of Trump-related news, ranging from plans for more tariffs on Chinese imports and displeasure with the Federal Reserve raising interest rates to media reports about his personal life. Trade tensions with China were elevated after Mr Trump said he was ready to impose duties on $500 billion of Chinese imports. The Dow slipped 6.38 points and both the S&P and Nasdaq lost 0.1 percent. For the week, the Dow edged up 0.2 percent, the Nasdaq slipped 0.1 percent and the S&P added 0.52 point.
Stocks were mostly lower as trade worries heightened once again (只備英文版)
US stocks declined Thursday after earnings disappointed and trade jitters intensified on fears that the European Union could slap retaliatory tariffs on goods imported from the United States. Officials from the EU Trade Commission are said to be preparing a list of tit-for-tat trade actions in response to proposed US tariffs on EU cars ahead of next week's talks in Washington. The Dow Jones industrials declined 0.5 percent while the S&P and Nasdaq retreated 0.4 percent.