Stocks flopped on Friday, and investors herded into the safety of bonds after the market's reading of the U.S.-China trade war flipped back to worry.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Friday: Deere & Co., down $11.17 to $134.82
The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m.
Deere & Co. (DE) on Friday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $1.13 billion.
Stocks marched higher for the third day in a row Thursday, erasing the big plunge they took on Monday on worries about the worsening trade fight between China and the U.S. Banks reversed course and helped lead the broad gains.
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Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday: Walmart Inc., up $1.43 to $101.31
Pinterest, fresh off its initial public offering, posted a loss for the first three months of the year that was larger than analysts were expecting, though revenue was slightly stronger.
Walmart is posting its sixth straight quarter of same-stores sales growth and profits topped Wall Street expectations.
The world's largest retailer won't be able to escape the tariff war, neither will its shoppers.
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Stocks shook off an early slump and turned higher in morning trading Wednesday, led by solid gains in Microsoft, Facebook and Google.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: The Progressive Corp., up $3.86 to $77.50
Macy's is putting up its sixth consecutive quarter of rising comparable store sales thanks in part to another doubling of online sales.
Stocks regained some ground in morning trading Tuesday following a nosedive at the start of the week as the U.S. and China escalate their trade war.
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Ralph Lauren Corp. (RL) on Tuesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of $31.6 million.
An escalating trade war between the U.S. and China pushed stocks lower for a fifth straight day Friday on Wall Street and put the market on track for its worst week of the year.