Still, a dip in the stock market is a long time coming, said Christine Armstrong, executive director at Morgan Stanley, as stocks break record after record.
The S&P 500 posted its second steepest one-day decline this year, down 1.5pc to 2,430.01, while the Dow closed down 274 points to 21,750.73.
The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index lost 0.59 percent and MSCI's gauge of stocks across the globe shed 0.57 percent.
"Between the early rumors that [Gary] Cohn might resign, the drop in domestic equities and the Barcelona terror attacks that refocused investors on the geopolitical tensions there was ample fight-to-quality motivation", write BMO Capital Group's Ian Lyngen and Aaron Kohli, in their afternoon note.
The dollar index rose 0.2 percent, with the euro down 0.24 percent to $1.174, after hitting a three-week low.
"Given all of the bad news in the last week - the combination of North Korea, this whole civil unrest, the terrorist incidents in Barcelona - the fact that the market is really hanging in there is showing some pretty good resiliency", said Eric Kuby, chief investment officer at North Star Investment Management Corp in Chicago. That's the most since the two weeks before the election. The Dow is on pace for its largest two-week percentage decline since mid-September past year, while the Nasdaq is flirting with its longest weekly losing streak since May 2016, as it has fallen for four weeks in a row.
Stadiums under consideration in the United States include several venues used in the 1994 World Cup, like the Pasadena Rose Bowl. The committee plans to formally submit its bid to Federation Internationale de Football Association in March 2018.
Pugh also referenced a meeting she said she had with New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu about Confederate monuments removal. Kentucky was officially neutral during the Civil War, but came under Union control early in the conflict.
Three other people have died since Tuesday's vote, including two killed Wednesday after protests broke out in Nairobi and Kisumu. The family lives in Mathare, an area of Nairobi with many opposition supporters.
Others wondered if she had been hacked, while some thought the country-turned-pop star might be planning an image makeover. With a high-profile court case out of the way, Taylor Swift appears poised to launch her next chapter: A new album.
Rescue teams reached the scene and shifted the injured to Mayo Hospital and Mian Munshi Hospital, where emergency was declared. He went on to note that an investigation has been launched on determining how and when the vehicle arrived at the blast site.
And Swansea were just as keen to close the deal to give them time to find replacements before the transfer window closes. The two Premier League clubs have agreed a £45m fee and Sigurdsson will sign a five-year contract with the Toffees.
Similarly, the president also asked for a review about whether steel and aluminum imports were jeopardizing national security. If the United States were to engage in such an act, Parker thinks China or Russian Federation would introduce a U.N.
At least two of those teams, the Steelers and the Dolphins, took their business to charter only airline, Miami Air, sources said. The team also ensured everyone knows their legacy with the five Vince Lombardi trophies on the tail.
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Moon in a speech Tuesday also said resolving the North Korean threat could begin with freezing its nuclear weapons program. But North Korean media reported on Tuesday that Kim had delayed the decision while he waited to see what the USA did next.
Although receiving money from foreign governments is legal, failing to register as a foreign agent if you have done so is a crime. Mueller's team is investigating whether President Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation during the 2016 election.
Tens of thousands protest Hub 'Free Speech Rally'
He joined the crowd of thousands assembling in Boston's historically black Roxbury neighbourhood early on Saturday. The people who had put on a rally - a small rally back in May, free speech people - you know, they had held one.
Sensex ends 25 pts higher, Nifty up 6.85 points
This is also the second straight day when both markets closed in the green, supported by an across the board rally, reports said. BSE Sensex gained 148 points and NSE advanced 48 points to open at 31,919.17 points and 9,945.55 points respectively.
Indian troops foil China's incursion bid along Ladakh lake
Officials in the Army in South Block refused to say anything with all the questions soliciting a crisp reply-"No comments". Red Army has tried blocking developmental activities in Chumarr, Depsang and Pangong Tso , in the last few years.
Chinese Troops Enter Ladakh on Independence Day
The two sides have frequently accused each other of intrusions into each other's territories, but clashes are rare. It began with Indian troops stopping Chinese army from building a road in the disputed area.
Hospital head axed; Yogi blames kids' deaths on filth
The incident sparked a national outcry, with opposition parties demanding the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath . The minister for medical education in the Yogi Adityanath government looks after this.
Usain Bolt pulls up as Great Britain win 4x100m relay
Farah was overtaken by two Ethiopians with a lap to go and could not muster a strong enough kick to get back to the lead. Olympic silver medallist Mayer amassed a total of 8,768 points from the 10 disciplines in the gruelling two-day event.
Post-Neymar Barca look to chase down Madrid
However, his situation at Real Madrid underwent a dramatic U-turn in the second part of the season following Gareth Bale's injury. Real Madrid star Isco has reportedly already put pen to paper on a new contract that includes a whopping release clause.
So who got the best of the Bills, Rams and Eagles trades?
This move will reunite former Bills teammates in Watkins and wide-out Robert Woods who the Rams acquired earlier in the offseason. Matthews had been something of a disappointment for the Eagles after coming in a second-round pick at the 2014 NFL Draft.
Dutch egg scandal hatches in Denmark
Heather Hancock, Chairman of the Food Standards Agency , said: "I'm confident that acting quickly is the right thing to do". Two people have been arrested in connection with the latest food scandal to hit Europe, Dutch prosecutors said.
Canadian pastor detained in North Korea
Last year, Lim told CNN he spends eight hours a day digging holes at a labor camp where he has not seen any other prisoners. Lim has made more than 100 visits to North Korea since immigrating to Canada from South Korea nearly three decades ago.