Wall Street

  1. Wall Street trade halted as S&P hits down limit

    Trading on U.S. stock exchanges was halted immediately after opening on Monday, as the S&P 500 fell 7%, triggering an automatic 15 minute cutout put in place after the 2008-9 financial crisis.

    Region:
    USA
    Category:
    Economy
    Wall Street trade halted as S&P hits down limit
  2. World shares bounce back after bloodletting on Wall Street

    The positive turn came after global markets took a pounding last week as the virus spread across many countries. Pandemic fears wiped out more than $5 trillion from a major global equity index and stocks logged their biggest falls in more than a decade.

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Economy
    World shares bounce back after bloodletting on Wall Street
  3. Trump's trade war with China is starting to get out of hand

    The U.S. government has determined that China is manipulating its currency and will engage with the International Monetary Fund to eliminate unfair competition from Beijing, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement on Monday.

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Economy
    Trump's trade war with China is starting to get out of hand