Tech Selloff Accelerates, Pressuring Nasdaq
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A selloff in the Nasdaq Composite accelerated, as the technology-heavy index fell further following downbeat results from Amazon.com.
U.S. Economy Glides Back to Steady, Modest Growth Path
The U.S. entered the ninth year of economic expansion on a familiar path of steady but unspectacular growth, with few obvious indications it is near exhausting itself.
North Korea Fires Missile Into Waters Between Korea and Japan
North Korea fired a missile into the waters between Korea and Japan in the late hours of Friday evening, its first missile test since its July 4 test-launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching parts of the U.S.
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U.S. Consumer Sentiment Fell in July
Consumer confidence in the economy is at a 12-year high, but optimism about the future is deteriorating
U.S. Employment Costs Decelerated in Second Quarter
A broad gauge of U.S. wages and benefits advanced only modestly this spring, the latest sign of little pressure on labor costs despite what appears to be a tight labor market.
Canada GDP Roars in May
The Canadian economy grew at a surprisingly robust pace in May, led by energy and manufacturing, a result sure to reinforce market expectations of another rate rise this year.
Trump Administration to Wind Down myRA Program
The Trump administration is ending a federal retirement-savings program created by the Obama administration aimed at workers who don't have access to traditional retirement accounts.
French Economy's Growth in Second Quarter Boosts Macron After Setbacks
The French economy maintained firm growth in the second quarter, giving President Emmanuel Macron a shot in the arm as he embarks upon contentious plans to rewrite labor laws and cut public spending.
Brazil Unemployment Rate Falls to 13%
Joblessness in Brazil continued its decline in the three months ended June 30 from the previous quarter, adding to signs that Latin America's largest economy has turned a corner.
U.K. Consumer Confidence Falls Again
U. K. consumers' mood soured again unexpectedly in July, a survey published Friday showed, with the headline index falling to the level last seen in the immediate aftermath of the Brexit vote as Britons grew uneasy about the country's economic situation.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
July 28, 2017 13:15 ET (17:15 GMT)