Wall Street eked out slight gains on Thursday as investors waited for concrete news on a hoped-for interim trade deal between the United States and China before a new round of tariffs scheduled to kick in on Dec. 15.
DUBAI/RIYADH Reuters) - State-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco's initial public offering (IPO) will be the biggest in history, but will still fall significantly short of the towering $2 trillion valuation long sought by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The dollar dropped for a fifth straight session on Thursday, pressured by softer-than-expected U.S. economic data and this week's robust performance by the euro and the British pound.
Solid economic data lifted government debt yields on Thursday while global equity markets edged slightly higher after U.S. President Donald Trump said trade talks with China are "moving right along."
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The 77-year-old Biden also responded forcefully to a suggestion by the questioner that he was "too old" to be running for president.
Oil futures were steady to slightly firmer on Thursday despite OPEC and its allies planning one of the deepest output cuts this decade to prevent oversupply.