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U.S. stock futures are mixed after China posts its weakest quarterly economic growth rate in nearly three decades; Coca-Cola, Schlumberger and American Express reports earnings; AT&T is discussing with Elliott Management issues raised by the activist investor.
Although industrial production accounts for a relatively small portion of total GDP, it is considered an important macroeconomic indicator.
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Jim Cramer says there are plenty of senior growth companies that can still move higher.
Stocks finish down as investors divide their attention between strong third-quarter earnings and concerns over weak U.S. retail sales and the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
GM shares jumps Wednesday after the United Auto Workers union said it had reached a tentative agreement to end a month-long strike at the country's biggest carmaker.
Capital outflows are twice as large today as they were the last time China devalued.
The strike has already cost GM up to $2 billion, according to Bank of America.
Bloomberg says GM execs joined the talks a day after the union asked local leaders to travel to Detroit for a meeting on Thursday.
U.S. stock futures rise as investors prep for a two-day wave of bank earnings; Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs report earnings Tuesday; the UAW plans a call Thursday to update striking workers on the status of talks with General Motors.
The autoworkers strike could cost GM up to $1.5 billion, according to a Credit Suisse note.
The UAW has been on strike since Sept. 16, costing the automaker more than $1 billion.
U.S. stock futures jump following reports that say the first day of high-level U.S. and China trade negotiations went better than expected; oil prices jump after Iran says one of its commercial oil tankers was hit by two missiles near the Saudi Arabian port of Jeddah; General Motors is pressing the UAW to quicken the pace of negotiating a new four-year contract to end a 26-day strike.
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GM shares trade higher Thursday after the carmarker reports a sharp third-quarter slump in China sales, adding to domestic pressures linked to the ongoing strike by United Auto Workers union employees that have shown little signs of progress.
Cramer says with these unrelenting trade pressures, investors shouldn't do anything outrageous, anything fancy. They should hold tight and wait for when China isn't so in the balance.
If your goal is to ratchet up trade tension? There couldn't been a better moment, hence one of the worst moments for the stock market since the trade battle began.
Stocks finished down Monday afternoon as the effects of upbeat comments from White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on the upcoming U.S. trade talks with China proved short-lived.
American steelmakers are telling us something valuable about the impact of tariffs.
The impact of the GM strike continues to spread south of the border, as workers in Mexico feel the impact.
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U.S. stock futures point lower following a report that says China is prepared to narrow its terms of agreement on trade when negotiations resume this week in Washington; union says talks with General Motors take 'turn for the worse'; 'Joker' grosses an estimated $93.5 million in ticket sales over the weekend.
General Motors and the United Auto Workers are 'still meeting,' but with no further updates, said a union spokesperson Sunday evening following a break down in negotiations.
General Motors and the United Auto Workers are reportedly inching closer to a deal that would end the strike that's divided them for almost three weeks.
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