Last Thursday U.S Stocks decreased after it became clearer that a trade meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping is not going to take place before the March deadline. The S&P 500 returned more than 0.9% to close at 2,706.04 while the popular Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 220.72 points to 25,169.50, which was driven by a drop in Apple. The Nasdaq Composite fell about 1.2% to 7,288.34.
Last Friday the famous greenback secured a near 14-day cap, while the appetite for safe-haven assets grew above fears about the U.S.-China trade discussions and broader worries about slowing global growth.
Oil and the U.S funding deadline in focus this week
Weekly Report - 11/02/2019