Global stocks extended declines Thursday as emerging market equities teetered on the edge of bear market territory and investors braced for another potentially damaging escalation in the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.
Emerging markets are getting smashed again, and it's a concern to U.S. investors. Facebook and Twitter execs will be grilled in front of lawmakers Wednesday.
Global stocks weakened for second consecutive session Wednesday, with investors citing ongoing trade tensions between Washington and its major economic allies and renewed turmoil in emerging markets.
Watch the trade war with China and the rising U.S. dollar to figure it out.
From beaten-down currencies to U.S. Treasurys, it's always valuable to assess the prospects of various asset classes.
If emerging markets collapse, they will take the U.S. down with them.
The competition heats up for the coveted Asia market.
Trade war fears stoke speculation, but are not breaking confidence in the beauty conglomerate.
A big question is whether the Fed will follow a U.S.-centric interest rate path or will consider current turmoil in emerging markets.