- Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceAug 06 17:30 PM
Back in early May, President Donald Trump blasted out a tweet one morning under the banner “great news for Ohio.” The great news? General Motors Co. was in talks with a company called ...
- Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceAug 08 15:18 PM
The president once again bemoaned dollar strength on Thursday, saying in a tweet he wasn’t thrilled with it and calling on policy makers to slash interest rates.
- Zacks via Yahoo FinanceAug 02 14:22 PM
This Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) shares' dropped 0.5% following Trump's tweet.
- Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceAug 02 11:01 AM
From the moment Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said on Wednesday trade tensions had returned to just a “simmer,” they feared something like the tariff tweet that Trump ultimately ...
- Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceJul 31 21:38 PM
Unless the tweet was approved by a company securities attorney, it likely would violate a court-approved settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission from April. It doesn't ...
- Benzinga via Yahoo FinanceAug 06 16:17 PM
(NASDAQ: WKHS) reported a huge second quarter paper loss on Tuesday, August 6, because of a run-up in its share price that followed a tweet by President Trump in May. GM confirmed the ...
- InvestorPlace via Yahoo FinanceAug 02 13:43 PM
Yesterday’s surprise Trump Tweet sent the options pits into a tizzy. Options activity was hot in Chinese stocks, banks and companies with earnings last night.
- FX Empire via Yahoo FinanceAug 07 9:32 AM
Initially, it was a tweet from the US president about more tariffs that spooked the financial markets. While equities have bounced back and the dollar decline looks like it has stalled ...
- InvestorPlace via Yahoo FinanceAug 05 13:32 PM
Once that stress seemed to pass, President Trump swooped in and sent prices tumbling down with a tweet about more tariffs on Chinese goods. With all that being said, we’re recommending ...
- Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceAug 05 17:52 PM
The U.S. leader decried the yuan’s plunge as “currency manipulation” in a tweet and indicated he’d like the Federal Reserve to act to counter the move.