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India

Lewis Krauskopf

U.S. healthcare stocks shielded from political pressures prove profitable

14 Jun 2019

NEW YORK U.S. healthcare investors have found success this year buying stocks of companies whose products improve eyesight, treat pets and fix crooked teeth, all viewed as unlikely to fall victim to political and regulatory issues pressuring a wide swath of the sector.

Wall Street Weekahead: Struggles of transport stocks transmit caution to market

02 Jun 2019

NEW YORK Add this to worries about Wall Street: The index of planes, trains and trucking companies, considered an important stock barometer of the U.S. economy's health, is struggling.

Wall Street Week Ahead: Struggles of transport stocks transmit caution to market

31 May 2019

NEW YORK Add this to worries about Wall Street: The index of planes, trains and trucking companies, considered an important stock barometer of the U.S. economy's health, is struggling.

Wall St Week Ahead-Struggles of transport stocks transmit caution to market

31 May 2019

NEW YORK, May 31 Add this to worries about Wall Street: The index of planes, trains and trucking companies, considered an important stock barometer of the U.S. economy's health, is struggling.

Global markets: Fresh trade uncertainty rattles stocks, hits yuan

18 May 2019

NEW YORK A major global stocks index fell on Friday and the Chinese yuan weakened as financial markets were again jostled by uncertainty over global trade tensions.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares rocky, yuan weakens as global trade talk shakes markets

17 May 2019

* Trade war will only make us stronger, China's top paper says

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares wobble, yuan weakens as global trade talk rattles markets

17 May 2019

* U.S. trade war will only make us stronger, China's top paper says

Global stocks gain after earnings, deal news, data; U.S. yields move up

17 May 2019

NEW YORK World stock markets were buoyed by deal-making news and solid earnings from Dow components Cisco and Walmart on Thursday while strong economic data pushed U.S. bond yields higher even as investors struggled to make sense of the latest developments in global trade relations.

World News

"Sea of black" Hong Kong protesters demand leader step down

Hundreds of thousands of people clogged the streets in central Hong Kong on Sunday dressed in black to demand the city's leader step down, a day after she suspended an extradition bill in a dramatic retreat following the most violent protests in decades.