National security is job one. Cutting a nice deal with China that benefits both sides must come second.
No one wants to be caught being too negative if a trade deal is made, but there will be plenty of market players looking for an exit into strength.
Boeing's big demand driver is stinging the stocks of its biggest customers.
YY has been hammered time and time again after reporting earnings. Last week, that trend came to an end.
The aircraft maker has an uncanny ability to bounce back from bad news, and already is showing a tendency to do so in current trading.
Economic reports out of Europe and China have not been encouraging, which appears to leave the U.S. to power the global economic engine.
A tragedy in the skies is taking its toll on Boeing shares.
How did our stock market do during these endless global routs? Better than everyone else.
China data is ugly, evaluate your portfolio with that in mind -- and watch nonfarm payrolls on Friday.
This is not the time to trust that the negative pressures will relent.