Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...

Dow Jones Industrial Average Rose as a China Trade Pact Looks Like a Done Deal – Barron's

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed higher on Monday. Illustration by Michael George Haddad

On the Go. The three main U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to the signing of the preliminary U.S.-China trade deal on Wednesday. Corporate earnings for the fourth quarter will also start to roll in this week, led by major banks. U.S.-Iran tension remains in the air after Tehran said over the weekend that it shot down a Boeing 737 aircraft unintentionally due to “human error”. In today’s After the Bell, we…

speculate what terms will be reached in the 86-page U.S.-China deal; look forward to the latest earnings season; and wonder if stock valuations have become too lofty now.

Earnings Week Started

All three major indexes closed in the black on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 83.28 points, or 0.29%, to close at 28,907.05, The S&P 500 added 22.78 points, or 0.70%, to end at 3288.13, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 95.07 points, or 1.04%, to close at 9273.93.

The U.S. and China are set to sign a much-anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Wednesday. Besides the reduction of some existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy more American farm products, full details of the 86-page deal haven’t been publicly disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reported that the two countries have agreed to semiannual talks to push for economic reform and resolve disputes.The U.S. Treasury Department will also drop its designation of China as a “currency manipulator,” which was imposed on the country last August.

The stock market has risen on optimism that the trade deal could lift corporate confidence and capital expenditures in both the U.S. and China.

Read More Here...