Our call of the day from Saxo Bank’s Steen Jakobsen advises investors to diversify beyond U.S. shores this year to that trade friend/foe China, which has been pushing hard to keep its own global engine from stalling. See full story.
Stock futures point lower after Europe data underlines growth worries
Stock-index futures pointed to a lower start for Wall Street Friday, after a downbeat round of European data underlined worries about global growth prospects. See full story.
Here’s how the Mueller report could roil the stock market
The president endorsed the public release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s coming report on possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian election meddling. Here’s what it would take for investors to take notice. See full story.
Trump says U.S. economy would have grown 4% without Fed tightening
President Donald Trump said Thursday the economy would have expanded above a 4% annual rate last year if the Fed hadn’t tightened monetary policy. See full story.
Brexit Brief: Europe throws Theresa May, and the U.K., a lifeline
European Union leaders have given U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May until April 12 to find a new way forward for Brexit if her withdrawal agreement is rejected again by parliament next week See full story.
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