As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
With plenty of chest-beating, Donald Trump tweeted plans for further tariffs against China.
This may be another example where the president likes to 'blow things up' at the 11th hour, primarily so he can personally ride to the rescue and negotiate "even better" terms.
Most Americans don't think President Donald Trump is an honest guy, but just over half give him high marks on his handling of the economy, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll published Sunday.
"We look not only at our baseline but we also look at alternative simulations both better and worse and we ask ourselves what the appropriate policy response would be."
The announcement comes just hours after Moore told The Wall Street Journal that he wouldn't withdraw from consideration.
What matters to me is that if people really are disappointed that Powell didn't' cave to the president and they sold futures than they are truly living in a parallel and stupid universe.
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