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Here’s a quick roundup of key items from last week and today as well as what we’ll be watching this week.
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Corning, Hershey and Harley-Davidson have had their ups and downs but should keep standing the test of time.
The motorcycle legend has been suffering for years from sales issues.
It's been more than half a year and, on average, investors in the biggest publicly traded U.S. companies haven't made a dime.
The generous payout seems well covered by stable cash flow.
'They want to sell motorcycles in the EU? Why not make them there?' Schwab's Jeff Kleintop says.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, June 26.
Stocks rise but investors remain wary of the rising trade rhetoric emanating from Washington.
Harley-Davidson shares fall after President Donald Trump berates the motorcycle manufacturer for its plans to move some production overseas and threatens to punish the company with a tax increase.
Concerns that at first were thought would be short-lived have grown into something far more pronounced and widespread.
Stocks stabilized on Tuesday, following Monday's dramatic stock market selloff that was driven by fresh trade war fears.
New York Stock Exchange trader Kenny Polcari weighs in on Tuesday's trending market topics.
German car stocks turned red Tuesday after President Donald Trump said the U.S. was close to finishing a study on tariffs for the European auto sector.
U.S. stock futures turn mostly lower early Tuesday; GE confirms it plans to spin off its healthcare business and unload its ownership in oil-services company Baker Hughes; Donald Trump blasts Harley-Davidson.
A brief overnight pause in the brewing global trade war helped stocks in Asia hold steady and European and US markets look to early gains. But a bear market in China, and diminishing appetite for U.S. dollars, should be cause for broader concern over the summer months.
These are the stories moving the market ahead of Tuesday's opening bell.
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Stocks trimmed their losses, but still ended the day down sharply in response to the latest tariff threats from Donald Trump.
President Trump may be betting that the U.S. economy, which is growing faster than Europe's and is less dependent on exports than either Europe or China, is better equipped to withstand a trade war.
Our experts take up market volatility, small cap opportunities, and tackling trade.
The company expects an incremental cost increase of about $2,200 per motorcycle because of the tariffs in Europe.
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