US stock indexes closed more than 1 percent higher, but below session highs, after a partial US-China trade deal was announced. The Dow Jones industrial average ended 319.92 points, or 1.21 percent, higher at 26,816.59, while the broader Standard & Poor's 500 Index was up 32.14 points, or 1.09
E-commerce has caused a lot of shifts in the world of shopping, but these shifts have not mostly favored traditional retailers, but have been a major cause of bankruptcy of many of the bright names in the sector. More recently, the bankruptcy of Forever 21 was a new blow
European shares opened lower on Wednesday, with the stock market topping declines on new developments regarding Britain's exit from the European Union, while concerns about global growth escalated after the release of a number of pessimistic reports of factory activities in the euro zone and the United States. Britain's
The US dollar rose to its highest level in more than two years against a basket of currencies on Tuesday, ahead of data expected to show that the US manufacturing sector has returned to growth, which may reduce concerns about the impact of the trade war with China. The
Gold prices fell on Monday after uncertainty about the US-China trade war prompted some investors to turn to the safe dollar, putting pressure on assets denominated in the US currency. Palladium, which is used to stimulate the car industry to a new record high amid expectations of a shortage
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