Stocks edge higher as private sector job growth beats estimates and Trump decides on climate accord

Wall Street is struggling to regain its footing after two-straight days of losses. Stocks are inching higher as investors weigh stronger-than-expected data on private sector jobs. Markets are also waiting to hear whether President Trump will pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement. Exxon (XOM), Dow Chemical (DOW) and many other companies want the US to remain part of the treaty.

Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Myles Udland and Andy Serwer discuss the day’s top news, including Uber losing $708 million in the first quarter and the departure of the company’s head of finance. And we’ll give you a look at at a giant plane financed by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.