Here’s what happened to the stock market on Tuesday

Dow Jones Industrial Average drops 280 pointsThe Dow slid 280.23 points, or 1.01%, to end the day at 27,502.81. President Donald Trump’s latest comments on the U.S.-China trade war sent stocks tumbling. Trump: We may want to wait on a trade dealTrump suggested on Tuesday he may want to hold off on a U.S.-China trade deal until after next year’s presidential election. That comment sparked Tuesday’s sell-off, which built on the previous session’s sell-off. Caterpillar, semiconductors slideTrade-re


Dow Jones Industrial Average drops 280 pointsThe Dow slid 280.23 points, or 1.01%, to end the day at 27,502.81.
President Donald Trump’s latest comments on the U.S.-China trade war sent stocks tumbling.
Trump: We may want to wait on a trade dealTrump suggested on Tuesday he may want to hold off on a U.S.-China trade deal until after next year’s presidential election.
That comment sparked Tuesday’s sell-off, which built on the previous session’s sell-off.
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Here's what happened to the stock market on Tuesday

Dow Jones Industrial Average drops 280 points

The Dow slid 280.23 points, or 1.01%, to end the day at 27,502.81. The S&P 500 dropped 0.66% to close at 3,093.20. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.55% to 8,520.64. President Donald Trump’s latest comments on the U.S.-China trade war sent stocks tumbling.

Trump: We may want to wait on a trade deal

Trump suggested on Tuesday he may want to hold off on a U.S.-China trade deal until after next year’s presidential election. That comment sparked Tuesday’s sell-off, which built on the previous session’s sell-off. Trump downplayed Tuesday’s slump, calling it “peanuts.” However, those remarks — coupled with more negative trade rhetoric from Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross — have investors on edge after increased expectations that some kind of deal would get signed this month. Failure to do so at this point could make for another turbulent December on Wall Street.

Caterpillar, semiconductors slide

Trade-related stocks dragged the broader market lower on Tuesday. Caterpillar shares slid 2.03% while Boeing and Apple dropped 0.87% and 1.78%, respectively. Chipmakers also dropped. The VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF (SMH) closed about 1.40% lower. Nvidia fell 0.76% lower while Micron Technology pulled back 2.5%.

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Treasury yields tick lower as investors await economic data, auctions

U.S. government debt prices were higher Tuesday morning, as investors await fresh economic data and Treasury auctions. ET, the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 1.8276%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at around 2.2746%. Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, following President Donald Trump’s decision to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on imports from Brazil and Argentina. The U.S. president


U.S. government debt prices were higher Tuesday morning, as investors await fresh economic data and Treasury auctions.
ET, the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 1.8276%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at around 2.2746%.
Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, following President Donald Trump’s decision to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on imports from Brazil and Argentina.
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Treasury yields tick lower as investors await economic data, auctions

U.S. government debt prices were higher Tuesday morning, as investors await fresh economic data and Treasury auctions.

At 04:30 a.m. ET, the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 1.8276%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at around 2.2746%.

Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, following President Donald Trump’s decision to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on imports from Brazil and Argentina.

The U.S. president suggested the shock move was necessary because Brazil and Argentina had been “presiding over a massive devaluation of their currencies.”

However, in recent months, both countries have been seeking to strengthen their respective currencies against the dollar.

The South American trade tariffs have rekindled broader concerns about a protracted dispute between the U.S. and China, with investors monitoring the prospect of a limited agreement.


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Markets point to a lower open as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street

Markets point to a lower open as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were negative on Tuesday after President Trump said a China trade deal may not happen until after the 2020 election. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


Markets point to a lower open as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were negative on Tuesday after President Trump said a China trade deal may not happen until after the 2020 election.
CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.
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Markets point to a lower open as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street

Markets point to a lower open as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street

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U.S. stock index futures were negative on Tuesday after President Trump said a China trade deal may not happen until after the 2020 election. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


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European stocks dip as Trump says he’ll restore metal tariffs on Brazil, Argentina

European stocks traded lower Monday after President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on metal imports from Brazil and Argentina. The pan-European Stoxx 600 dipped in the early afternoon, with most sectors and major bourses in sell mode. Trump said on Twitter that he would reinstate duties on steel and aluminum from Brazil and Argentina, accusing both countries of devaluing their currencies and thereby hurting American farmers. “Therefore, effective immediately, I will restore the Tariff


European stocks traded lower Monday after President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on metal imports from Brazil and Argentina.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 dipped in the early afternoon, with most sectors and major bourses in sell mode.
Trump said on Twitter that he would reinstate duties on steel and aluminum from Brazil and Argentina, accusing both countries of devaluing their currencies and thereby hurting American farmers.
“Therefore, effective immediately, I will restore the Tariff
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European stocks dip as Trump says he'll restore metal tariffs on Brazil, Argentina

European stocks traded lower Monday after President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on metal imports from Brazil and Argentina.

The pan-European Stoxx 600 dipped in the early afternoon, with most sectors and major bourses in sell mode.

The FTSE 100 in London had shed around 0.25% by 1:30 p.m. London time.

Trump said on Twitter that he would reinstate duties on steel and aluminum from Brazil and Argentina, accusing both countries of devaluing their currencies and thereby hurting American farmers.

“Therefore, effective immediately, I will restore the Tariffs on all Steel & Aluminum that is shipped into the U.S. from those countries,” Trump said. The president also targeted the Federal Reserve, claiming the central bank should “act,” urging the Fed to “Lower Rates & Loosen.”

The surprise announcement comes as investors monitor global trade developments, with the U.S. and China still trying to reach a so-called “phase one” trade deal.

It has long been expected that both sides would reach an agreement in order to avoid the U.S. imposing an additional 15% tariff on approximately $156 billion of Chinese products on Dec. 15.

However, the two economic powerhouses have so far been unable to agree on the terms of a limited trade deal. Beijing has demanded that all existing duties on Chinese goods must be scrapped as part of any agreement.


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US futures point to a lower open

U.S. stock index futures were lower Friday morning ahead of a shortened trading session due to the Thanksgiving holiday. ET, Dow futures dropped 100 points, indicating a negative open of more than 92 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both lower too. Market players are closely monitoring U.S. and China relations ahead of a Dec. 15 deadline for a fresh round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods. China’s foreign ministry has claimed the U.S. has “sinister intentions” after President Donald Tru


U.S. stock index futures were lower Friday morning ahead of a shortened trading session due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
ET, Dow futures dropped 100 points, indicating a negative open of more than 92 points.
Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both lower too.
Market players are closely monitoring U.S. and China relations ahead of a Dec. 15 deadline for a fresh round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.
China’s foreign ministry has claimed the U.S. has “sinister intentions” after President Donald Tru
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US futures point to a lower open

U.S. stock index futures were lower Friday morning ahead of a shortened trading session due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

At around 03:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures dropped 100 points, indicating a negative open of more than 92 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both lower too.

Market players are closely monitoring U.S. and China relations ahead of a Dec. 15 deadline for a fresh round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods. China’s foreign ministry has claimed the U.S. has “sinister intentions” after President Donald Trump signed legislation supporting protesters in Hong Kong.


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Treasury yields tick lower amid US-China trade tensions

U.S. government debt prices were higher Friday morning, as investors turned cautious over trade developments between the world’s two largest economies. ET, the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 1.7654%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at around 2.1879%. The laws, which were introduced to protect Hong Kong’s rights and autonomy, threaten to torpedo efforts to end a protracted trade dispute between the U.S. and China. I


U.S. government debt prices were higher Friday morning, as investors turned cautious over trade developments between the world’s two largest economies.
ET, the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 1.7654%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at around 2.1879%.
The laws, which were introduced to protect Hong Kong’s rights and autonomy, threaten to torpedo efforts to end a protracted trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
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Treasury yields tick lower amid US-China trade tensions

U.S. government debt prices were higher Friday morning, as investors turned cautious over trade developments between the world’s two largest economies.

At 03:30 a.m. ET, the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 1.7654%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at around 2.1879%.

Market participants will observe a shortened trading session on Friday, following Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday.

Earlier this week, President Donald Trump signed into law two bills supporting Hong Kong protesters. The laws, which were introduced to protect Hong Kong’s rights and autonomy, threaten to torpedo efforts to end a protracted trade dispute between the U.S. and China.

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded to the move by accusing the White House of having “sinister intentions,” before adding it would take “firm counter measures” if the U.S. continued to interfere in Hong Kong.

It is thought the episode could dash hopes of Washington and Beijing reaching a so-called “phase one” trade deal, which had moved markets higher earlier in the week.

The U.S. and China have imposed tariffs on billions of dollars’ worth of one another’s goods since the start of 2018, battering financial markets and souring business and consumer sentiment.

There are no Treasury bond auctions or major economic data reports set to be released on Friday.


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India’s quarterly GDP is set to fall below 5% — the slowest pace since 2013

India is set to announce its GDP figures for the three months that ended in September on Friday — and experts are predicting a further slowdown in growth to levels not seen since 2013. That forecast, if realized, will mark the “slowest pace of growth since March 2013,” they said. “High frequency indicators continued to trend lower in September, with industrial production clocking its worst decline in eight years,” the economists wrote. Apart from an economic slowdown, there is an ongoing crisis


India is set to announce its GDP figures for the three months that ended in September on Friday — and experts are predicting a further slowdown in growth to levels not seen since 2013.
That forecast, if realized, will mark the “slowest pace of growth since March 2013,” they said.
“High frequency indicators continued to trend lower in September, with industrial production clocking its worst decline in eight years,” the economists wrote.
Apart from an economic slowdown, there is an ongoing crisis
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India's quarterly GDP is set to fall below 5% — the slowest pace since 2013

India is set to announce its GDP figures for the three months that ended in September on Friday — and experts are predicting a further slowdown in growth to levels not seen since 2013.

Growth for the July to September quarter likely slowed to 4.6% compared to the same period a year ago, down from the 5% registered for the previous three months, said Sanjay Mathur, chief economist for Southeast Asia and India, and Rini Sen, an India economist, at ANZ wrote in a recent note. That forecast, if realized, will mark the “slowest pace of growth since March 2013,” they said.

“High frequency indicators continued to trend lower in September, with industrial production clocking its worst decline in eight years,” the economists wrote. ANZ has downgraded its full-fiscal-year growth forecast from 5.8% to 5.1%, the note said.

Singapore’s DBS Group holds a more conservative estimate of 4.3% growth for the quarter. On average, economists polled by Reuters said they expect growth to be 4.7%, or down from 7% for the same period in 2018.

India’s fiscal year starts in April and ends in March the following year. Currently, India is in its fiscal year 2020, which ends in March next year.

The South Asian country is currently facing a number of challenges. Apart from an economic slowdown, there is an ongoing crisis in the financial sector, which has hamstrung lending.

Weakness in corporate earnings and profits are likely to weigh on business investments and job creation to keep its workforce employed. Recent policy reforms have left many small- and medium-sized businesses reeling.

Ratings agency Moody’s recently downgraded its outlook on India’s from “stable” to “negative,” and cited growing risks that economic growth will remain “materially lower than in the past.”


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US futures point to lower opening ahead of shortened trading session

US futures point to lower opening ahead of shortened trading session1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were lower Friday morning ahead of a shortened trading session due to the Thanksgiving holiday. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


US futures point to lower opening ahead of shortened trading session1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were lower Friday morning ahead of a shortened trading session due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
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US futures point to lower opening ahead of shortened trading session

US futures point to lower opening ahead of shortened trading session

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U.S. stock index futures were lower Friday morning ahead of a shortened trading session due to the Thanksgiving holiday. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


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Pending home sales fall 1.7% in October, as housing shortage worsens

Pending home sales, which measure signed contracts, fell 1.7% in October month-to-month, according to the National Association of Realtors. Sales were 4.4% higher annually, likely because mortgage rates are much lower this fall. Lower rates overall this year have juiced demand significantly, causing for-sale inventory to fall. In the Midwest sales fell 2.7% monthly but were 1.8% higher annually. In the West, pending home sales fell 3.4% for the month but were 7.5% higher than October 2018.


Pending home sales, which measure signed contracts, fell 1.7% in October month-to-month, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Sales were 4.4% higher annually, likely because mortgage rates are much lower this fall.
Lower rates overall this year have juiced demand significantly, causing for-sale inventory to fall.
In the Midwest sales fell 2.7% monthly but were 1.8% higher annually.
In the West, pending home sales fell 3.4% for the month but were 7.5% higher than October 2018.
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Pending home sales fall 1.7% in October, as housing shortage worsens

Demand for housing is high, but there aren’t enough homes for sale to meet it.

Pending home sales, which measure signed contracts, fell 1.7% in October month-to-month, according to the National Association of Realtors. Sales were 4.4% higher annually, likely because mortgage rates are much lower this fall.

The average rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage was about a full percentage point lower this October than it was a year ago. Rates did move slightly higher in October, which could account for some of the monthly drop, but a shortage of homes for sale is more of the culprit. Lower rates overall this year have juiced demand significantly, causing for-sale inventory to fall. Inventory had been rising at the start of this year, due to last year’s rate spike.

“We still need to address and, more importantly, correct inadequate levels of inventory across the country,” said Lawrence Yun, chief economist at the NAR. “There is no shortage of buyers seeking homes, but a lack of available units continues to drag down the nation’s housing market and overall economy.”

Sales of newly built homes, which are also measured by signed contracts, were significantly higher in October compared with a year October 2018. Builders are seeing strong demand and are trying to shift production to more affordable homes. Housing starts are still not where they need to be, however, to meet demand.

“We risk a lingering shortage of sufficient inventory if homebuilding only continues at its current pace over the next 20 years, when the U.S. population is projected to increase by more than 40 million over this period. Clearly, home builders must step in and construct more housing,” added Yun.

Regionally, pending home sales in the Northeast rose 1.9% for the month and were 3% higher annually. In the Midwest sales fell 2.7% monthly but were 1.8% higher annually. Sales in the South decreased 1.7% monthly but were up 5.1% from a year ago. In the West, pending home sales fell 3.4% for the month but were 7.5% higher than October 2018.


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Justice Department asks appeals court to block McGahn impeachment testimony

The Department of Justice on Wednesday asked the federal appeals court in Washington to block a lower court ruling that would require former White House counsel Donald McGahn to testify in the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. The filing was submitted in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Washington, D.C. It asks the appeals court to temporarily halt the lower court ruling on an emergency basis pending a formal appeal. Joseph Hunt, the assistant attorney general, wro


The Department of Justice on Wednesday asked the federal appeals court in Washington to block a lower court ruling that would require former White House counsel Donald McGahn to testify in the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
The filing was submitted in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Washington, D.C.
It asks the appeals court to temporarily halt the lower court ruling on an emergency basis pending a formal appeal.
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Justice Department asks appeals court to block McGahn impeachment testimony

The Department of Justice on Wednesday asked the federal appeals court in Washington to block a lower court ruling that would require former White House counsel Donald McGahn to testify in the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

A federal judge ordered McGahn to comply with the subpoena earlier this week in a ruling that could have broad implications for other potential witnesses, including the former national security advisor John Bolton, who has so far refused to speak with Congress in the probe.

The filing was submitted in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Washington, D.C. Circuit. It asks the appeals court to temporarily halt the lower court ruling on an emergency basis pending a formal appeal.

Joseph Hunt, the assistant attorney general, wrote in the brief that the lower court “gave insufficient weight to the separation of powers” in ordering McGahn to comply with the subpoena issued by the House Judiciary Committee.

“Only once before in our Nation’s history has an Article III court attempted to compel a close presidential advisor to appear and testify before Congress,” Hunt wrote, referencing a 2008 court dispute over a scandal involving the firing of U.S. attorneys.

“In that case — which likewise involved a former White House Counsel — this Court not only granted a stay pending appeal but took the unusual step of publishing a precedential opinion granting the stay, explaining that the dispute was ‘of potentially great significance for the balance of power between the Legislative and Executive Branches,'” he wrote.

The court case will ultimately test the sweeping view of presidential immunity that Trump’s lawyers have put forward in the White House’s battles against Congress.

U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, in her ruling on Monday, rejected the president’s view, saying that “Presidents are not kings.”

McGahn stepped down in October 2018 and has since joined the law firm Jones Day. Democrats sought his testimony on matters related to former special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, but McGahn failed to show up on his scheduled hearing date in May.

In a post on Twitter on Tuesday, Trump said that “D.C. Wolves and Fake News Media are reading far too much into people being forced by Courts to testify before Congress.”

“I am fighting for future Presidents and the Office of the President. Other than that, I would actually like people to testify,” Trump said.


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