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U S Concrete, Inc. stock chart:
U S Concrete, Inc. close price: 68.65
Stock price forecast:
DOWN TO -4.75%
Total forecasts: 73
Reached: 43 (58.90%)
Total Win: 65.24 (100.56%)
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U S Concrete, Inc. latest news:
U.S. Dollar index erases postelection gains
The ICE U.S. Dollar index , which measures the greenbuck against a basket of six major rivals, on Wednesday fell to its lowest level since Nov. 8 and erased its entire post-election gains. The index is down 0.6% to 97.55 and down 4.6% year to date. The dollar fell sharply against the euro and the yen on Wednesday. One euro bought $1.1150 while the dollar bought ¥111.05. The dollar rallied to a 14-year high after Donald Trump was elected as the 45th U.S. president with investors betting on his pro-growth economic policy and tighter monetary policy from the Federal Reserve. However, the dollar began to lose its luster from mid-December, partly due to softer economic data, lack of concrete steps toward tax reforms and partly due to continued political uncertainty, highlighted by a New York Times story that alleges that Trump asked then-director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, James Comey, to end an investigation into former National Security adviser Michael Flynn back in February, a day after the security adviser resigned. Comey was fired last week as the FBI was investigating ties between Russia and Trump's presidential campaign.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
U.S. finds Japanese, Turkish rebar exports dumped
WASHINGTON, May 16 (Reuters) - U.S. Commerce Department
Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Tuesday the department had made a
final finding of dumping of steel concrete reinforcing bar
(rebar) exports from Japan and Turkey, and subsidization by
Wall Street should avoid cutting foreign bank ties: U.S. regulator
WASHINGTON/ST LOUIS (Reuters) - U.S. banks should not cut ties with foreign clients over money- laundering worries unless officials have concrete cause for concern, a leading U.S. regulator is telling staff and lenders.
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