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U.S. stocks ended down sharply and near the day's lows on Tuesday as news that the United States has imposed visa restrictions on Chinese officials overshadowed comments by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell suggesting openness to further interest rate cuts.U.S. stocks ended down sharply and near the day's lows on Tuesday as news t...

Indexes tumble as visa restrictions fuel U.S.-China worries - Reuters

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The United States said Tuesday it would curb visas for Chinese officials until Beijing ends its "repression" of Uighurs and other Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang, a day after imposing commercial restrictions.The United States said Tuesday it would curb visas for Chinese officials until Beijing ends its "repression" of Uighurs and other Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang, a day after imposing commercial restrictions.

US 'Interfering In Internal Affairs': China On Visa Curbs Over Treatment Of Muslims In Xinjiang

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“Roses are red. Violets are blue. If the China deal is dead stock markets are through.”

Sven Henrich on Twitter: "Roses are red. Violets are blue. If the China deal is dead stock markets are through."

“After sharp drop on Wall Street yesterday with all 3 major indices closing below their 100-day moving averages, Chinese mkts manage small rebound in recent trade. Now European markets poised for modest rebound after Stoxx600 fell -1.1% yesterday Key US-China trade talks tmrw”

Julianna Tatelbaum on Twitter: "After sharp drop on Wall Street yesterday with all 3 major indices closing below their 100-day moving averages, Chinese mkts manage small rebound in recent trade. Now European markets poised for modest rebound after Stoxx600 fell -1.1% yesterday Key US-China trade talks tmrw"

“This is proving to be a strong stock market that does in fact learn. (1) Presidential tweets and (2) news from state controlled media in China no longer _really_ move the market. * We will be OK with an impeachment (or not). * We will be OK with rates as is. * We will be OK.”

Ophir Gottlieb on Twitter: "This is proving to be a strong stock market that does in fact learn. (1) Presidential tweets and (2) news from state controlled media in China no longer _really_ move the market. * We will be OK with an impeachment (or not). * We will be OK with rates as is. * We will be OK."

“#HongKong government clarified it is NOT suspending the stock market, work, or classes on Tue and Wed after the Oct 7 holiday or freezing assets of #HongKong citizens, calling rumors on social media suggesting such action unfounded. (Government spox on Sunday) #China”

Eunice Yoon on Twitter: "#HongKong government clarified it is NOT suspending the stock market, work, or classes on Tue and Wed after the Oct 7 holiday or freezing assets of #HongKong citizens, calling rumors on social media suggesting such action unfounded. (Government spox on Sunday) #China"

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Global shares dropped as clouds gathered over a meeting of U.S. trade officials with Chinese counterparts set for Thursday, squashing hopes of a significant breakthrough.

China plans to restrict visas for U.S. visitors with 'anti-China' link - China is planning tighter visa restrictions for U.S. nationals with ties to anti-China groups, people with knowledge of the proposed curbs said, following similar U.S....

China plans to restrict visas for U.S. visitors with 'anti-China' link @ Forex Factory

Investors are likely to be cautious ahead of September quarter corporate earnings.The United States and China are engaged in a year-long row that has slowly expanded beyond trade policyInvestors are likely to be cautious ahead of September quarter corporate earnings.The United States and China are engaged in a year-long row that has slowly expanded beyond trade policy

Indian stocks may drag on weak global cues as US-China trade war weighs

NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks closed lower on Tuesday (Oct 8) as heightening tensions between Beijing and Washington dimmed hopes for ...NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks closed lower on Tuesday (Oct 8) as heightening tensions between Beijing and Washington dimmed hopes for ...

US stocks fall as hopes dim for latest US-China trade talks - CNA

Losses on Wall Street were broad as US-China tensions heightened and the US central bank turned ever so slightly more cautious of global risks.Losses on Wall Street were broad as US-China tensions heightened and the US central bank turned ever so slightly more cautious of global risks.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 313.98 points, or 1.19%, to 26,164.04, the S&P 500 lost 45.73 points, or 1.56%, to 2,893.06 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 132.52 points, or 1.67%, to 7,823.78.The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 313.98 points, or 1.19%, to 26,164.04, the S&P 500 lost 45.73 points, or 1.56%, to 2,893.06 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 132.52 points, or 1.67%, to 7,823.78.

US indexes tumble as visa restrictions fuel US-China worries - Moneycontrol.com

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

TSX suffers broad-based declinesTSX suffers broad-based declines

The close: Wall Street slumps as visa restrictions stoke U.S.-China worries - The Globe and Mail

: THE BUSINESS TIMES Stocks - [NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks tumbled on Tuesday as heightening tensions between Beijing and Washington dimmed hopes for much-anticipated trade talks later in the week. . Read more at The Business Times.THE BUSINESS TIMES Global - [NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks tumbled on Tuesday as heightening tensions between Beijing and Washington dimmed hopes for much-anticipated trade talks later in the week. .

US: Stocks tumble as hopes dim for latest trade talks, Stocks - THE BUSINESS TIMES

TOKYO (REUTERS) - Asian stocks fell the most in a week on Wednesday (Oct 9) as the United States and China's ever-expanding dispute over trade and foreign policy showed little sign of coming to an end, weighing on global economic growth.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Companies & Markets News -TOKYO (REUTERS) - Asian stocks fell the most in a week on Wednesday (Oct 9) as the United States and China's ever-expanding dispute over trade and foreign policy showed

Asia markets sink as US-China standoff worsens; Singapore stocks down 0.4% at open, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times