With surprising good news from battered Boeing (trading symbol: BA), a major Dow Jones Industrials component, market averages took off Monday like a shot.
After reports proclaimed China’s alarming coronavirus outbreak had suddenly arrived in Seattle, vacation and travel stocks promptly tanked.
Already damaged last Friday, Boeing shares got hit again Monday with more bad news regarding the company's still-grounded fleet of 737 MAX jets.
The current, vicious Wall Street Sellathon continues, putting markets under continuing heavy pressure based on relentless headline risk.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell awoke from his haze, halting 2018’s robo-rate hiking habit. At least for 2019. More or less. Score one for Trump vs Fed.
Boeing and Facebook troubles sap this week's bull market spirits on Thursday, as market averages flatline. Meanwhile, an elitist scandal darkens the mood.
Wednesday's Fed remarks appeared to back off from the bank's previous “shock and awe” approach to interest rates. The Apple rally also helped drive markets.
Light trading saw Dow slightly up Monday, as solar eclipse gawking cut into volume. Bulls attempt a comeback Tuesday, but $NYMO still mired below zero.
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Does it have more to do with Trump sending a message to corporations like Boeing, who is planning on opening a new plant in China, or saving taxpayers money?
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