Boeing Helps Blue-Chip Index Soar to New Highs
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Shares of Boeing Co. rose for a seventh straight trading session Monday, hitting an all-time high and lifting the Dow Industrials to their 30th record close this year.
Stocks Rise on Earnings, Commodities Strength
Equities continued to rise Tuesday, with Asian stocks starting August widely higher during what has been a strong earnings season so far.
China's Caixin Manufacturing PMI Rises in July
A private gauge of China's factory activity rose for a second straight month in July and hit its highest level in four months, indicating a faster pace of expansion despite official data showing renewed weakness in production and demand.
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South Korean Inflation Hits 2.2% in July
South Korea's headline consumer-price index rose 2.2% from a year earlier in July, with inflation accelerating at a faster pace than expected to hit a four-month high, amid continued strength in the country's exports.
White House Pushes Aggressive Tax-Overhaul Schedule
Trump administration officials pressed an accelerated timeline Monday for advancing a major tax bill this fall along with ambitious goals for the bill's contents. It faces numerous hurdles in Congress.
U.S. Freezes Assets of Venezuela's President
The U.S. has frozen the assets of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, citing human rights abuses and calling a Sunday vote to give his administration the powers to redraft the constitution an illegitimate action.
Can 'the Mooch' Return to Wall Street?
Anthony Scaramucci is out as White House communications director. Can he come back to Wall Street?
Scaramucci Removed at Urging of New Chief Kelly
Anthony Scaramucci has been removed from his position as White House communications director, just 10 days after it was announced he would take it. He was ousted at the urging of the new Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Regulator Won't Seek Delay of CFPB's Arbitration Rule
A top financial regulator installed by the Trump administration said he wouldn't seek to delay a new rule on arbitration agreements, skirting a showdown with another agency.
Dollar's Fall Threatens Foreign Stock Markets
A surprise fall in the dollar is taking the fizz out of international stock markets and prompting investors to damp overseas expectations for the months ahead.
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July 31, 2017 23:15 ET (03:15 GMT)