Wall Street slips on Middle East tensions, weak manufacturing data

Wall Street fell from a record high on Friday after a U.S. air strike in Iraq ratcheted up tensions in the Middle East, while a bigger-than-expected contraction in the U.S. manufacturing sector again fanned fears of slowing economic growth (click for article) January 3, 2020 — Peter Kenny, Founder of Strategic Board Solutions, discusses the trading narrative. Reuters contributors: Manas Mishra  Reuters and Medha Singh.