Listen: Wall Street drops on U.S. trade tensions with EU, IMF global outlook
"Down Tuesday. Stocks ended the longest winning streak in eighteen months amid an escalation of trade tensions and renewed concerns about slowing global growth, the International Monetary Fund cutting its outlook as we hear from Bloomberg's Vinny. Del Jude is twenty nine hundred as projected growth rate would be the weakest since two thousand nine when the world economy contracted the latest revision marks the third time in six months, the IMF is downgraded its global outlook. Most major economies are at risk, including the US in the euro area. And major issue tariffs. The IMF projects the volume of trade in goods and services will moderate"