The dollar extended its powerful rally, spurring emerging-market central banks to move to stabilize their currencies and threatening to create headwinds for the U.S. expansion.
Stocks retreated as the election-fueled run-up moderated. The Dow fell 35.89 points to 18867.93.
Ford's chairman extended an olive branch to Trump, saying the auto maker won't move certain production to Mexico.
The U.S. is requiring Wells Fargo's banking unit to seek approval on a wide range of business decisions.
Chipotle and Ackman are nearing a deal that would give the activist investor a say in the firm's boardroom.
Boies has stopped doing legal work for Theranos after disagreeing about the strategy for handling probes of the blood-testing firm.
Volkswagen plans to cut 30,000 jobs in coming years as part of a restructuring of its embattled VW brand.
J.P. Morgan honored a number of employment requests from Taikang as the Chinese insurer tantalized it with talk of an IPO.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
November 19, 2016 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
Copyright (c) 2016 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.