Global Economy Week Ahead: Eurozone GDP and Inflation, U.S. Jobs
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This week, the eurozone will see inflation and gross domestic product figures, while the U.S. will learn more about the state of consumer spending and inflation in the June personal-income report. The week culminates with Friday's U.S. jobs report for July.
Stocks Edge Down as July Comes to a Close
Asian shares generally started Monday with slight declines as investors took profits on the last day of a largely positive month for stocks in the region that benefited from robust earnings and higher commodity prices.
China's Factory Activity Edges Down in July
An official gauge of China's factory activity edged down in July, a sign that the world's second-largest economy may be starting to slow after a stronger-than-expected start to the year.
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Japan Industrial Production Rises in June
Japanese industrial production rose 1.6% on month in June, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said Monday.
OPEC Has a Crippling Problem: Its Members Can't Stop Pumping
Eight months after a landmark deal to cut oil output to force prices up, big budget obligations are driving members to keep producing.
U.S. Companies Post Profit Growth Not Seen in Six Years
America's largest companies are on pace to post two consecutive quarters of double-digit profit growth for the first time since 2011, helped by years of cost-cutting, a weaker dollar and stronger consumer spending.
Asset Managers: Spending Money to Make Money
Prominent asset managers fell back to earth last week as the fundamental challenges they face resurfaced.
Canada's Loonie Takes Flight
The Canadian dollar-known as the loonie for the bird on its single-dollar coin-is on a tear, and traders and investors are betting it will remain strong.
At Long Last, Europe's Banks Are Stabilizing
Europe's banks look to be stabilizing after several of the continent's largest lenders reported solid if uninspiring results, signaling the sector's grinding restructuring is starting to bear fruit.
Investors Eager to Hear Shale Companies' Plans for Rest of 2017
Some American oil producers may be pumping the brakes on new drilling, but as the leading shale players get set to report earnings this week, investors will be watching closely to see how much the industry is really slowing its ambitious plans for growth.
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July 30, 2017 23:15 ET (03:15 GMT)