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Russia has sharply reduced its holdings in US Treasury bonds, with Russian ownership recently moving to an 11-year low of $14.9 billion, RT and Wolf Street reported this week.
Stocks rose Wednesday, with the S&P 500 hitting a five-month peak, as strong earnings reports lifted financials and industrials higher. The dollar and Treasury yields climbed.
Stocks rose Tuesday, with the Nasdaq hitting an all-time high, after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell offered an upbeat outlook on the economy in a testimony before Congress. The dollar and Treasury yields rose.
Global stocks slumped Wednesday after the US and China threatened to impose hundreds of billions of dollars worth of tariffs on each other, escalating a trade war between the two largest economies. The dollar and Treasury yields rose.
Stocks inched higher Tuesday, with the Dow Jones industrial average gaining for a fourth straight session, as markets brushed off mounting trade tensions and eyed the start of earnings season. The dollar and Treasury yields rose.
Stocks rose Thursday, shrugging off trade tensions on the eve of the effective date for President Donald Trump's tariffs on China. The dollar and Treasury yields edged lower.
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Stocks rose Friday as markets shrugged off unconfirmed reports that the US could abandon the World Trade Organization. The dollar fell against a basket of peers, and Treasury yields edged higher.
Stocks slipped Wednesday after temporarily rising on the prospect of cooling trade tensions between the US and China. The dollar rallied against a basket of peers, and Treasury yields fell.
Stocks staged a recovery Tuesday, shaking off escalating trade tensions that have been weighing on global markets. The dollar rallied against a basket of peers. Treasury yields inched higher.