Bloomberg.com video above published Mar 2, 2018: Michael Collins, PMG Fixed Income, Senior Investment Officer; Stephen Auth, CEO of Federated Investor Equities (federatedinvestors.com), Jonathan MacKay, Schroders Investment (schroders.com) Strategist share their views on U.S. Tariffs and the Markets on Bloomberg Markets.
Markets Now: Everything Rallies But the Dow as Tariff Tantrum Peters Out | Barrons.com March 2, 2018: "4:18 p.m. Call it a comeback. Despite the early losses, the S&P 500 finished up 0.5% at 2691.25 today, while the Nasdaq Composite gained 1.1% to 7257.87, and the small-company Russell 2000 climbed 1.7% to 1533.17. Even the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which fell 70.92 points, or 0.3%, to 24,538.06, finished well off its low of the day."
|Wall Street's Charging Bull|
Wilbur Ross Says Steel Tariffs Are About Jobs and National Security
Bloomberg.com video above published Mar 2, 2018: U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross discusses President Donald Trump's tariff plans with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets."
Charting the US Earnings Boost
Financial Times (ft.com) video published Mar 2, 2018: The Trump tax reforms have left US companies flush with cash, and above investing more in their businesses, are boosting returns to investors. The FT.com's US business editor breaks down the numbers.
|Percent increase in Q4 2017 earnings by sector|