U.S. Stocks Steady as Health-Care Gains Offset Energy Losses
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U.S. stock indexes steadied Wednesday as a rise in the share of health-care companies helped offset losses in the energy sector.
U.S. Existing-Home Sales Rise in May
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes increased in May, a sign of solid demand during the housing market's spring selling season in the face of fast-rising prices and tight inventory.
In the New Bond Market, Bigger Is Better
Postcrisis regulations have reshaped bond markets with big banks now trading fewer bonds. While bigger bond investors have long had advantages over smaller competitors, differences have become more pronounced.
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Oil Falls Deeper Into Bear Territory
Oil prices turned lower as investors shook off U.S. data showing that stockpiles continued to shrink and focused on relentlessly rising production amid doubts that the global oil glut is going away.
Missouri Files Its Own Suit Against Opioid-Painkiller Producers
Missouri became the latest state to file a lawsuit against opioid-painkiller companies, alleging they helped create an addiction crisis by misrepresenting the risks and benefits of their drugs.
WSJ's Daily Shot: The Case for $30 Oil or a Contrarian Signal?
French Justice Minister François Bayrou Quits Government
Emmanuel Macron's justice minister, François Bayrou, has quit the government, depriving the French president of a key ally who rallied centrists to his successful election campaign.
BOE's Haldane Raises Prospects for Rate Increase
The Bank of England should start to withdraw some of the stimulus it provided in the wake of the Brexit referendum later this year, chief economist Andrew Haldane said.
German Exports to Asia Surge, Calming Nerves Over Protectionist Backlash
German exports to Asia are rising strongly this year in a trend that could mitigate the risks to Europe's largest economy should U.S. President Donald Trump make good on his protectionist promises.
ECB Corporate Debt Purchases Total $102.4 Billion
The European Central Bank said it has bought 950 securities from around 200 groups under its corporate bond-buying program, launched as part of the bank's unprecedented moves to support the eurozone economy.
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June 21, 2017 13:16 ET (17:16 GMT)