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Stock, oil prices climb on trade negotiations; Intel upgraded

Stocks jumped higher Friday as Intel (INTC) and Tesla (TSLA) were early risers. Trade Desk (TTD) interrupted the gap. President Donald Trump was scheduled to join the Chinese trade negotiations in Washington, which concerned investor optimism and oil prices. X The Dow Jones industries jumped 0.4%, enough to turn the index positive for the week and target its longest weekend of 24 years. Nasdaq Compositge and S & P 500 opened 0.3% higher. Nasdaq traces its longest string of weekly advances since 2009. Intel led the Dow and Nasdaq 100, with more than two-thirds of the 30 Dow lists rising in the premarket trade. UK-based oilfield equipment manufacturer TechnipFMC (FTI) and Intel topped the S&P 500. Shares placed on break in performance news included Trade Desk (TTD) and Acacia Communications (ACIA). Zillow (Z), Roku (ROKU) and Universal Display (OLED) also increased the result. The Dow Jones share Intel jumped on an analyst upgrade. Tesla shares are increasing higher on the company's first delivery of model 3 in China. The mining problem was ongoing. Newmont Mining (NEM) jumped on profit and after reports said Barrick Gold (GOLD) is contemplating a takeover. Kirkland Lakes (KL) reversed to early losses after reporting quarterly results late Thursday. Kraft Heinz (KHC) dropped to the bottom of the S & P 500 and Nasdaq 100, collapsing as an analyst downgraded the share after a weak quarterly report and news that it faced an accounting survey. Also on Friday's damaged list: Stamps.com (STMP) appeared 56% after the…

Stocks jumped higher Friday as Intel (INTC) and Tesla (TSLA) were early risers. Trade Desk (TTD) interrupted the gap. President Donald Trump was scheduled to join the Chinese trade negotiations in Washington, which concerned investor optimism and oil prices.




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The Dow Jones industries jumped 0.4%, enough to turn the index positive for the week and target its longest weekend of 24 years. Nasdaq Compositge and S & P 500 opened 0.3% higher. Nasdaq traces its longest string of weekly advances since 2009.

Intel led the Dow and Nasdaq 100, with more than two-thirds of the 30 Dow lists rising in the premarket trade. UK-based oilfield equipment manufacturer TechnipFMC (FTI) and Intel topped the S&P 500.

Shares placed on break in performance news included Trade Desk (TTD) and Acacia Communications (ACIA). Zillow (Z), Roku (ROKU) and Universal Display (OLED) also increased the result. The Dow Jones share Intel jumped on an analyst upgrade. Tesla shares are increasing higher on the company’s first delivery of model 3 in China.

The mining problem was ongoing. Newmont Mining (NEM) jumped on profit and after reports said Barrick Gold (GOLD) is contemplating a takeover. Kirkland Lakes (KL) reversed to early losses after reporting quarterly results late Thursday.

Kraft Heinz (KHC) dropped to the bottom of the S & P 500 and Nasdaq 100, collapsing as an analyst downgraded the share after a weak quarterly report and news that it faced an accounting survey. Also on Friday’s damaged list: Stamps.com (STMP) appeared 56% after the company completed its partnership with its highest customer, the US Postal Service.

Trump Set To Join Talks Speech

President Donald Trump plans to meet with Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Liu He in Washington on Friday afternoon. The two aim to complete a form of bargaining, according to Bloomberg.

The reports on Thursday said that negotiators worked on clarifying memoranda on coverage of non-tariff barriers, services, technology transfer and intellectual property rights, which would form the basis of a preliminary agreement. Trading duties on imports from China valued at $ 200 billion per year will increase from 10% to 25% from March 2.

President Trump and Deputy Prime Minister Liu were planning to meet at 2.30. ET.

Dow Jones Stock: Intel Upgraded, Forms Base

Intel released an early lead at Dow, up 3% after Morgan Stanley increased its stock market rating to overweight, from equal weight. The note also increased chipmaker’s price target to 64, from 55. The target was 24% over Thursday’s closing price.

Intel shares ended Thursday at 21% from late October, behind the above technical support and above mid-point on the left side of the stock’s eight-month base pattern. The stock was 12% below the base’s potential purchase point at 57.70.

Growth stock: Trade Desk Scores Breakaway Gap

Growth stock was in good shape at the beginning of Friday with IBD’s sector leader and IBD 50 stock exchange. when open, while Acacia nailed 8%.

It has been a fleeting week for Trade Desk, which broke out past a 157.60 handle opening point on Tuesday. The share fell back during that item on Wednesday and dropped 7.6% below the threshold – which left some room for investors that included an 8% limit on the automatic sales rule.

Shares subsequently withdrew Friday’s open point, following a strong fourth quarterly report on Thursday. The move created an interrupt climate purchase, which started on stock 175.75 opening price and ran through 184.53.

Kirkland Lakes, also an IBD 50 warehouse, finished Thursday with a 7.8% profit after increasing its three-year gold production outlook. The shares fell 3% on Friday’s open, despite the mining announcing a profit increase of 68% and a turnover of 32% for the fourth quarter. Both figures exceeded expectations.

The share ended on Thursday by 38% since the beginning of the year and was extended after a breakout from a cup base in December.

Can Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Russell 2000 reach 9? 19659009] Nasdaq composite material and Russell 2000 completed every eight days rally on Thursday. The question now: will the Dow Jones industry and Nasdaq recover enough land to continue their weekly winning streak?

The Dow Jones industries were down 0.1% for the week to Wednesday. The reference point sits atop an eight-week advance, its longest consecutive run since 2013. If it can push it to nine, it would mark the index’s longest string of the week’s progress since a 10-week rally in March-May 1995. [19659004] The Nasdaq composition ended Thursday down 0.2% for the week. If it could reverse it and log a ninth straight weekly advance, it would mark its longest string weekly win since its recovery from a market crash was low in March-May 2009.

The Russell 2000 Captain Meter showed a 0.4% profit for the week until Thursday. It also tracks its 9th weekly win. Both Nasdaq and Russell 2000 struggle against resistance at their 200-day moving averages. Neither index has logged once a week near the technical barrier since October.

For more detailed analysis of the stock market and its current uptrend, study IBD’s big picture.

Tesla delivers first model 3s in China

Tesla won more than 1%. The company said it had begun delivering its model 3 sedans in China before potential tariff increases in early March. The owners took possession of the first import of model 3 at a ceremony in Beijing on Friday. Tesla is building a factory in China, which is expected to start a limited production at the end of the year.

The Tesla share has been in a weak trend since the beginning of December. The stock has broken down during its converged 10 and 40-week moving averages, ending Thursday 23% during its high December.

Copper, Oil price increases; Gold Steady

The oil price ticked against a second straight weekly advance, using optimism against progress in US-China trade negotiations. West Texas Intermediate fluctuated 0.9% higher Friday, with the aim of ending the week over $ 57 a barrel for the first time since November. Europe’s Brent Raw Index gave 0.5% for trading over $ 67. WTI prices could see some impact from Baker Hughes (BHGE) weekly accounting report, released at 1 p.m. ET.

Copper increased 1.3%, to nearly $ 2.94 per pound, traded up 11% from January 4 low and high since June. Gold rose 0.3%, trading around $ 1.332 per ounce, having fallen nearly 2% on Thursday.

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