Stocks Move Higher as Economic Concerns Ease
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Global stocks started the week slightly higher after a solid jobs report on Friday helped ease worries over the U.S. economy. Futures pointed to a 0.1% opening gain for the S&P 500.
'Tentative' Signs of Slowdown in U.S. and U.K., Says OECD
A substantial acceleration in the global economy has become less likely in 2017 as the outlook for the U.S., U.K. and Russia has weakened, says the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Glitches Disrupt Trading in India, Indonesia
Technical problems disrupted early trade on India's largest stock exchange and Indonesia's equities market, highlighting the vulnerability of the global trading system to such technology failures.
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German Exports Roar in May to Reach Record High
Germany's export engine roared in May as total exports of goods hit a record high, reflecting a recovery in global demand and alleviating fears over a possible rise in U.S. protectionism.
Oil Prices Fall Amid Rising U.S. Production
Crude oil futures fell as concerns about persistent U.S. oversupply overshadowed a potential production curb from Libya and Nigeria.
Zinc's In The Pink, as Mine Supply Struggles to Meet Demand
Zinc prices have moved sharply higher over the past month, spurred by tight supply amid tougher Chinese environmental regulations, and analysts say the metal could rise further despite signs of a rebound in mine output.
Global Economy Week Ahead: China Trade, Yellen Testimony, U.S. Retail Sales
This week, trade data from China and industrial production from the European Union are expected to show strength, while in the U.S., reports on retail sales, consumer prices and industrial production will offer clues on how the world's largest economy is faring.
WSJ's Daily Shot - Vanishing Before Our Eyes: Retail Jobs
Oil Up? Oil Down? Blame the Algorithms
As oil market moves confound analysts and longtime investors, many are pointing fingers at the rise of automated trading and algorithms, which they say are distorting the market.
Nuclear, Missile Scares Fail to Shake Investors out of South Korea
For world leaders, the accelerating nuclear threat from North Korea is near the top of the worry list. But investors keep pouring money into neighboring South Korea, making its stock, bond and currency markets stellar performers.
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July 10, 2017 09:16 ET (13:16 GMT)