U.S. Investors may have another week of volatility as the trade war with China tightens.
Against this backdrop, President Donald Trump has urged people to judge him for market gains as he takes office against changes to the headlines of the delay.
U.S. stock futures showed more volatility ahead of Monday's open as the G-7 winds up.
Following news of US stock futures swinging on Sunday night before the opening week, President Donald Trump urged people to evaluate him for market performance as he took
Dow Jones Industrial Industrial Futures down 290 points before Monday's trading day.
"My stock market gains are to be weighed on the day after the election, November 9, 201
" If my opponent wins, COUNT! "
Trump announces after Friday's close a trading day that would impose higher tariffs on China, in response to China's imposition of increased tariffs on US goods.
The futures of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 decreased by about 0.8% each.
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