By Ken Martin Published August 13, 2019 Stocks FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Rough road ahead for stocks? FS Investments Chief U.S. Economist Lara Rhame on the outlook for the U.S. economy and markets. U.S. stock futures traded moderately lower on Tuesday on fears of a drawn out global trade war.investors are also on edge about protests in Hong Kong and a crash in Argentina’s peso currency. Continue Reading Below Dow Jones Industrial futures and S&P futures are trdaing 0.3 percent lower. Nasdaq futures are all trading 0.4 percent lower. Stocks fell in the last session to start the week as a wave of selling that analysts attributed to mounting doubts about a trade deal pulled lower shares of everything from banks to technology companies. The Dow was down as many as 462 points before it pared losses to close off 389.73 points. President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threat on Chinese goods has spooked markets globally. Chipmakers, which depend on China for a large portion of their revenue, were under pressure. Advertisement CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX BUSINESS APP Shares of Caterpillar and Boeing slipped in the premarket. Market benchmarks in London and Frankfurt fell, while Shanghai and Tokyo closed down. Hong Kong’s main index lost 2.1 percent as pro-democracy protesters crowded into the territory’s airport for a second day.