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Yahoo BusinessMay 28, 2020
U.S. Stocks End Rally With China Tensions Rising: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks erased gains and ended lower after President Donald Trump said he'd hold a press conference Friday to discuss China, potentially stoking tensions between the world's two largest economies.The S&P 500 lost an advance of more than 1% on Trump's announcement, with investors speculating the U.S. will take action against China that could destabilize the global economy, although the precise agenda was unclear. Traders have warily been watching an escalation between Washington and Beijing even as stocks surged for the past two days. Chinese lawmakers earlier approved a proposal for new national-security legislation in Hong Kong, a move Trump's economic adviser called a "huge mistake.""The market's going to trade on headlines. Could he come out and say something that might spook markets temporarily? Sure, but you know what's more important than that? The fact that the Fed's going to stand there with their safety-net," David Spika, president of GuideStone Capital Management, said by phone.Stocks fell for the first time in four days falling short of the longest rally of the pandemic era. Small caps that had been surging tumbled 2.5%, while bank and energy shares -- darlings of the latest rotation -- fell at least 1.6%. Tech also slipped, with Twitter losing almost 5% after Trump turned his ire on the company, threatening to loosen legal protections for social-media platforms.Earlier gains came as data showed the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic was less severe than anticip
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