U.S. stock futures rise on word of a potential thaw in U.S.-China trade talks; Netflix slides after saying price increases in the U.S. wouldn't slow its cash burn rate until at least next year; Tesla says it will cut about 7% of its workforce.
American companies need substance over style, this CEO says.
Banks' quarterly reports mean quarterly grades are due.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades higher Thursday for the third straight session.
A potential peel-back of trade restrictions is taking TSM higher, but politics still play a role.
U.S. stock futures fall and global shares decline amid renewed concerns over the fate of U.S.-China trade talks; a report says China-based Huawei, the world's biggest telecommunications equipment maker, is being investigated for allegedly stealing trade secrets from American businesses; Taiwan Semiconductor says first-quarter revenue will fall 14%; Netflix and Morgan Stanley report earnings.
With no resolution yet to the Trade War, investors have no choice but to focus on the weakening trend evident in Chinese data.
The CEO of M1 Finance, a competitor to Robin Hood and Acorns, breaks down what the younger generations need to know about automated investing.
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