The major U.S. indexes moved higher after a strong nonfarm payrolls report.
The threat of a trade war could send major indices back to February lows, with a breakdown exposing a big chunk of 2017 upside.
The major U.S. indexes declined sharply this week in response to plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Although the FOMC minutes raised inflation concerns, the major U.S. indexes ticked higher last week.
Traders are boosting short interest in some big-name ETFs.
Hedge fund billionaire David Tepper's Appaloosa Management boosted its stakes in Micron, Facebook, and Apple, 13F filings show.
After experiencing sharp declines, the major U.S. indexes rebounded over the past week.
Ken Griffin's investment firm Citadel Advisors handily beat the S&P 500 in Q4 of 2017, according to 13F filings.
In a chaotic week on Wall Street, the major U.S. indexes moved sharply lower.
After an intense three week rally to start the year, markets are selling off causing investors to question their fortune.