Dow Stages Comeback From Deep Losses Fueled By Uncertainty Of U.S. China Trade Deal

Alicia Colon : Jewish self-loathing

Dmitriy Shapiro : Rand repents?

Kelsey Dallas : OMG: Is profanity losing its punch?

Eric Schulzke : Daydreaming may be the next childhood psychiatric target

Kathryn Moody : Investors, Are You Ready for the Next Global Crisis?

Manuel Schiffres

Mutual Fund Rankings, 2014

Meghan Streit : Pitching In When Caregivers Need Help

Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., R.D.N., F.A.N.D : How to prevent a second (and first) heart attack thru diet

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington : Caprese is a light, fresh salad; the perfect quick and easy accompaniment to any summer meal

Mark Steyn : You Want Nazis?

Gabriel Schoenfeld : War Crimes in Gaza?

Jonathan Tobin : Care about the Jewish state's future? Obama, in interview, reveals even more reasons to worry

Alan M. Dershowitz : Confirmed: Needless death and destruction in Gaza

Katie Nielsen : As a mother, I'm all I need to be

Cameron Huddleston : 18 Retailers That Offer Price Adjustments

Nellie S. Huang : The Best Health Mutual Funds to Buy Now

Brierly Wright, M.S., R.D. : Try these 'secret-weapon' foods to boost your changes of losing weight

The Kosher Gourmet by Jessica Yadegaran : Take some relish in pickled goodies (5 recipes!)

Rabbi Berel Wein : Mission men

Mona Charen : The UN Prevents Peace

Mark A. Kellner : OMG: Is profanity losing its punch?

Kimberly Lankford : 50 Ways to Cut Your Health Care Costs

James K. Glassman : Investors, Are You Ready for the Next Global Crisis?

These foods can help keep your skin smooth and supple

Marsha McCulloch, M.S., R.D. : Think twice before giving up grains

The Kosher Gourmet by Nick Malgieri : Chocolate molten delight with creme anglaise is a simple yet elegant make-ahead dessert

U.S. stock markets on Thursday spent most of the day deep in the red in an across-the-board rout triggered by the prospect that a U.S.-China trade deal was in jeopardy.

Investor angst was fueled by the arrest of a Chinese executive that further threatened progress on trade, coupled with omens of a recession in the bond market and a steep drop in oil prices.

It was a nerve-racking ride down: 500 stocks had hit new 52-week lows by 11:30 a.m.

At its low, the Dow Jones industrial average fell 784 points, or 3.1 percent. By the final hour of trading, it had clawed its way back and closed the day down 79 points, or 0.3 percent, at 24,947.67.

In a tremendous late-day rally, the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite index pulled into positive territory, ending up 0.4 percent. And the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index came back to finish down just 0.2 percent.

Investors seemed heartened by comments from JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund.

"On the actual effects on the ground, you still have a strong economy," Dimon said in an interview with CNBC. He stressed repeatedly that the economic fundamentals still look good.

"If you speak to most of the CEOs, they say: Their order books are good, consumer balance sheets are good, the economy is growing, wages are going up, they're still hiring people, unemployment may very well hit 3.3 percent this year," he said. "That's all good."

Lagarde said global slowdown fears are overblown. "It's a little bit overdone - 3.7 percent forecasts for [global] growth is not bad," Lagarde said, also on CNBC.

Source :

Dow stages comeback from deep losses fueled by uncertainty on US-China trade deal
Dow plummets, stages comeback
The Finance 202: Investors shrug off government shutdown. For now.
After historic 1,000-point plunge, Dow dives 588 points at close
The Inevitable Crash of China’s Stock Market Has Arrived
Weekly Commentary: Framework For Monitoring Financial Stability
Chrysler sales rise 12 percent in September
U.S-China Trade Wars and the Gold Boom
Comeback: America’s new economic boom
Dow stages comeback from deep losses fueled by uncertainty on U.S.-China trade deal