What I don't get is why would anyone in this country, any citizen, want the Chinese to do what they are doing in this country?
The market needs strong follow-through to prove that it is returning to health -- and we are not seeing that yet.
The longer prices remain at these levels, the greater the impact upon the 50-day average. Here is what we need to see to reverse it.
U.S. stock futures are lower as investors creep back into risk markets but maintain a cautious stance ahead of the U.S. jobs report; economists expect the U.S. to have added 195,000 jobs in November; Broadcom surges as its revenue outlook for fiscal 2019 tops estimates; Fiat Chrysler reportedly plans to open a new assembly plant in Detroit.
Global stocks were mixed Friday, as investors crept back into risk markets following a modestly positive tone at the end of trading on Wall Street yesterday, but maintained a cautious stance ahead of today's U.S. employment report that could have major implications for the Federal Reserve's near-term rate path.
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The Federal Reserve's new data-focused stance on rate hikes will be face it first key test Friday as the Labor Department publishes its November jobs report that is likely to indicate slowing employment growth but potentially faster wage increases, adding to the broader uncertainty surrounding growth in the world's biggest economy.
Shares finished the day up 2.14% to $37.67 after beginning trading as low as $35.28.