Pre Market

  1. Facebook’s Wall Street test: Facebook will face the investors for the first time since the Cambridge Analytica scandal erupted. The social media firm will report its first-quarter earnings after the closing bell. CEO Mark Zuckerberg will then answer

  1. Trade war fears ease: China said Sunday it would “welcome” direct trade talks with the United States, a day after US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he would consider a trip to China. Mnuchin said he was “cautiously

  1. GE earnings: General Electric (GE) is reporting earnings before the opening bell on Friday. GE’s stock has plunged 18% since its last earnings report on January 24, reflecting the company’s deep financial and legal woes. It is planning

  1. Trump bashes TPP: President Donald Trump has renewed his attack on a huge Pacific trade pact just days after raising the possibility of the United States rejoining it. Trump ditched the Trans-Pacific Partnership spanning the United States and

1. China steps up trade fight: China has slapped a huge charge on American imports of sorghum, accusing the United States of dumping the crop on its markets. From Wednesday, Chinese customs officers will charge importers a fee of about

1. High hopes for Netflix: Netflix (NFLX) is set to report first quarter earnings after the closing bell on Monday, and Wall Street is expecting a blockbuster. The company has had a stellar year so far: Its stock is up

1. TPP rethink: President Donald Trump has asked his advisers to investigate whether the United States should rejoin the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the giant trade deal spanning 11 countries that he ditched just days after taking office. In a meeting Thursday,

1. China’s great market opening? US stock futures were higher early after Chinese President Xi Jinping said his government would “significantly lower” tariffs on vehicle imports this year as part of efforts to further open its giant economy to the

1. Deutsche Bank drama: The CEO of Deutsche Bank (DB), Germany’s biggest lender, is out. John Cryan, who has led the embattled bank for less than three years, will be replaced by Christian Sewing at the end of the month.

  1. Jobs report: Will Friday bring another strong jobs report? Economists forecast that the US economy gained 185,000 jobs in March, which would be another solid gain after the 313,000 jobs created in February. The labor department data will