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Yesterday 24.05.2017


Wall Street closes up after Fed minutes

US shares end the day higher as details of central bank deliberations on interest rates are revealed.



Wall Street shrugs off home sales report

Most sectors gain on Tuesday, as markets continue to climb back from a steep dive last week.



Defence deals boost Wall Street

Shares in Boeing, Lockheed Martin and investment giant Blackstone are boosted by Saudi Arabia deals.



US stocks continue recovery

Stocks on Wall Street moved higher on Friday, after a dramatic fall earlier in the week.

US stocks close higher

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US stocks closed higher but pared gains after fresh news reports stoked the political controversy surrounding Donald Trump.

The New York Times reported that the president told Russian officials earlier this month that former FBI director James Comey was “crazy, a real nut job” and said that firing him had relieved “great pressure” on Mr Trump.

Meanwhile, the Washington Post reported that a senior White House advisor had been identified by the FBI as a “person of interest” in its probe into possible collusion between Russia and Mr Trump’s presidential campaign.

The Dow Jones index gained 0.69% to 20,804.84, the S&P 500 climbed 0.68% to 2,381.73, and the Nasdaq was up 0.47% at 6,083.70.

Shares in industrials, financials and energy performed well, buoyed by a rise in commodities prices.

West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude oil both climbed 2.2%, hitting $50.73 and $53.66 a barrel respectively.



US stocks edge higher

Stocks on Wall Street rise but worries over prospects for the Trump presidency continue.

Markets fall as Trump turmoil grows

Asian markets open lower, tracking Wall Street losses, over fears political turmoil will stall reforms.



US markets flat, except for tech stocks

A report that home starts declined undercut news of growing manufacturing activity.



Oil price rise helps drive up Wall Street

Wall Street's main markets headed up, with a rise in the oil price boosting equities linked to the industry.



US stocks fall as retail sales disappoint

Weaker-than-expected retail sales figures weigh on Wall Street as department store shares sink.
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