US stocks rose as strong earnings boosted optimism about corporate America’s health, but the gains were curbed by rising bond yields.
More than 180 companies in the benchmark S&P 500 index are due to report results next week.
US stock indexes fell on weakness in technology stocks and as energy companies were hit by lower oil prices after Trump criticized OPEC for artificially high prices.
Wall Street slid, weighed down by a broad-based slump in technology stocks from Apple to chipmakers as well as a tumble in consumer staples such as Procter & Gamble.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc bought Clarity Money, a personal finance startup, to bolster its Marcus online lending business, it said.
Wall Street major indexes fell morning, erasing all their gains coming out of the opening bell as JPMorgan led a sharp reversal in financial stocks.
Investors are optimistic that a pickup in corporate acquisitions stands to support the volatile US stock market.
US stocks recouped some losses after Trump’s top economic adviser Larry Kudlow said negotiations between the US and China over trade differences would start soon.
The S&P 500 headed for its best three-day rise since Donald Trump’s election as technology and industrial shares bolstered a recovery on easing trade war concerns.
The Dow Jones dropped just over 1 percent as big US manufacturers and chipmakers bore the brunt of a deepening trade conflict between China and the United States.
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