The ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China has FedEx worried.
General Electric was the only remaining original stock on the Dow.
The Seattle-based company said it would close underperforming stores in “densely penetrated markets” and slow its rate of store growth.
Apple reported more than $13 billion in sales in China in its most recent quarter.
Netflix shares the $400 threshold for the first time on Tuesday.
Even without U.S.-China tensions, Martin Feldstein would be nervous about investing in American stocks.
The deal values FMi at $5.3 billion.
Trade fears hit U.S. stocks yet again.
The BitLicense will enable Square customers to buy and sell bitcoin through the Cash app.
Facebook’s stock has risen more than 20% since its low point in late March.
Investors also digested the latest reading on the U.S. housing market.
Trade concerns could continue to impact the market.
The deal helps Google expand in Asia and battle Amazon.com.
What to expect from the markets in the coming weeks.
Apple may stress cheaper LCD displays more than analysts had expected.
China has already said it will retaliate to the U.S.'s latest tariffs.
Its the latest product affected by the illness-causing bacteria.
The U.S. Department of Justice agreed to allow AT&T to close the deal.
The company is also increasing marketing and rolling out new tools for sellers.
The Fed has increased short-term rates two times in 2018.