___ Trump says he plans to keep criticizing Fed over rates WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says he has no intention of ending his public attacks on the Federal Reserve's interest rate policies even though he knows he has made Chairman Jerome Powell's job more difficult.
U.S. stocks fell in early trading Friday on Wall Street after a major chipmaker issued a sharp warning about how the U.S.-China trade war is disrupting a key industry.
When the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates, or even hints that it's about to, investors cheer.
President Donald Trump has no plans to let up on the Fed.
It was the smallest increase in inflation since January.
Stocks are veering lower in early trading on Wall Street Wednesday, led by drops in technology companies and banks.
U.S. stocks marched higher in early trading Tuesday on Wall Street and extended a winning streak that has recouped much of May's sharp losses.
In a tweet,Trump called low inflation a “beautiful thing.”
Traders are increasingly forecasting at least one Fed rate cut this year.
U.S. stocks moved broadly higher in early trading Monday on Wall Street after the U.S. and Mexico averted a trade war and potentially damaging tariffs, while several companies inked billion-dollar deals.
Finance chiefs of the Group of 20 major economies meeting in the Japanese city of Fukuoka are debating how to revise tax systems to ensure big companies pay their fair share and support economies as global growth slows.
___ US stock market notches best week since late November NEW YORK — Wall Street turned the page on a painful May in the stock market by notching its best week since late November.
A sharp pullback in U.S. hiring for May intensified fears that the economy has weakened and that many employers have grown nervous, in part from President Donald Trump's escalating trade wars.
U.S. stocks moved broadly higher for a fourth consecutive day as investors look to start June with a strong weekly gain after a downturn in May.
Stocks closed broadly higher Friday as investors bet that a report showing the U.S. added fewer jobs than expected last month increases the odds that the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates in coming months.
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How the Fed and a series of trade barbs gave Wall Street a winning week.
President Trump and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke briefly on the phone in April amid rising tension over interest rates, according to recently released documents.
The U.S. economy would be stronger if it weren't for interest rate hikes, said President Trump.
Gold is shining again as investors scramble for safety amid the widening global trade war.