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MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 21, 2019
EU proposes conditional Brexit deadline extension to May 22
The European Union proposed a conditional extension of the Brexit deadline until May 22 -- when elections for the European Parliament begin -- in draft conclusions of a European Council meeting Thursday, according to reports. However, the extension would be tied to the U.K. Parliament supporting Prime Minister Theresa May's withdrawal deal. The deal, or an amended version thereof, is expected to be put to vote next week. The EC said an extension beyond May 22 was impossible due to the EU elections, which the U.K. isn't intending to take part in. May had requested an extension until June 30. At present, the U.K. is set to leave the EU on March 29 without a trade deal in place. The British pound , dropped to a session-low of $1.2981 shortly before the extension proposal became known. It was its lowest level in about two-weeks. Sterling last bought $1.3046, down 1.1% from Wednesday. The euro , meanwhile, bought £0.8700, up 0.6%.

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Reuters BusinessMar 21, 2019
Wall Street leads stock higher; sterling falls further
A measure of stocks across the globe rose in a volatile session on Thursday, led by gains on Wall Street, while the dollar rallied as traders continued to digest the Federal Reserve's uber-dovish stance.

Reuters Company NewsMar 21, 2019
U.S. 30-year, 15-year mortgage rates hit 13-month lows -Freddie Mac
Interest rates on U.S. 30-year, 15-year fixed-rate mortgages fell to their lowest in over 13 months as bond yields have decreased on worries about a slowing economy and U.S.-China trade tensions, Freddie Mac said on Thursday.

MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 21, 2019
Apple's stock rallies after Needham upgrade to 'strong buy,' bucking broader market weakness
Shares of Apple Inc. rose 0.7% in premarket trade Thursday, bucking the weakness seen in the broader stock market, after analyst Laura Martin at Needham upgraded Apple ahead of the company's press event next week. Martin raised her rating to strong buy, after being at buy for the past two years, and boosted her price target to $225 from $180. Martin said the expected announcement of a new content service should lower churn, which she believes is the most important value driver for an ecosystem company, which Apple users believe the company is. "The lower the churn, the higher the lifetime value per user," Martin wrote in a note to clients. Separately, Wedbush's Dan Ives reiterated his outperform rating but lifted his stock price target to $215 from $200, saying he views the long-awaited unveiling of Apple's new streaming video service as a "pivotal step" in further driving its services flywheel. While Apple's stock rose ahead of the open, futures for the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 fell 0.4% and futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 93 points, or 0.4%.

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MarketWatchMar 20, 2019
Trump Today: Trump Today: President says he'll keep China tariffs in place for ‘substantial period' and renews attack on McCain
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he wants to keep tariffs on China until he makes sure Beijing complies with any trade deal it makes with the U.S., as he visited the battleground state of Ohio and renewed an attack on the late Sen. John McCain.

CNBC BusinessMar 20, 2019
Cramer: US-China trade talks are now more about a 'trust gap' than the 'trade gap'
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks President Donald Trump plans to leave tariffs in place and why the Federal Reserve helped in his trade standoff with China.

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KiplingerFeb 27, 2019
9 U.S. Stocks That Are Coming to Life Again
This year has been an unusually bullish one for U.S. stocks. Granted, the market started 2019 with the advantage of a steep selloff during the final three months of last year, setting up a big bounce out of an oversold condition. Traders remain confident at current levels, however, not flinching at the first whiff of potential trouble.

The S&P 500's 15% advance from the late-December low hasn't just put the broad market back into a bullish mode, however. It has yanked some stocks out of a rut and back into an uptrend as well. In many of those cases, that turnaround coincides with a fundamental turnaround from the company itself.

With that as the backdrop, here's a rundown of the nine best U.S. stocks to plug into for a turnaround effort. All of them have made good forward progress, developing some momentum as a result. A closer read of their respective headlines also reveals the much-needed rhetoric has taken a turn for the better, reflective of fresh profit growth, sales growth or both.

In no particular order...

SEE ALSO: 2019's Most Surprisingly Hot Stocks

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