Thousands ignored a COVID-19 curfew as they protested the police killing of George Floyd for the fourth straight day.
Stocks end the week and month higher.
Crude oil broke a nearly 30-year-old record high for monthly gains in May 2020.
Trump is renewing his hard line on China.
Las Vegas casinos will have smaller capacities, higher costs and fewer alluring extras when they reopen after a coronavirus lockdown.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. posted a wider-than-expected adjusted loss for the first quarter as a result of Covid-19 store closures.
Sales of long-lasting goods tumbled in April, as businesses cut investment in response to the global coronavirus pandemic.
The top two U.S. dollar store chains reported better-than-expected quarterly sales and profit on Thursday, benefiting from a surge in demand for affordable groceries and household essentials.
Dollar Tree also said it had $73.2 million in operating costs for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nio's first-quarter deliveries fell amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Amazon says it will let 125,000 of 175,000 temporary workers hired during coronavirus stay on full-time.
At least two states eased lockdown restrictions, with Colorado allowing limited in-person dining at restaurants and Minnesota letting places of worship open to 25 percent capacity.
President Trump threatened 'big action' against social media companies for anti-conservative bias after Twitter fact-checked his tweet claiming that mail-in ballots would heighten the risk of voter fraud.
The loss was worse than Wall Street analysts had estimated, though the CEO said performance before the coronavirus pandemic showed strong progress.
One year after last summer's chaotic and frequently violent anti-government protests, the Chinese government has announced that it plans to pass a controversial national security law.
U.S. equity markets gained as traders returned to the New York Stock Exchange for the first time in two months.
CME Group's trading pits will remain closed for at least three weeks after Illinois' stay-at-home order is lifted.
"Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin has teamed up with two others to buy a decades-old railways and trains in Santa Fe.
The recording label, home to artists including Cardi B, Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars, expects its offering of 70 million shares to be priced between $23 and $26 per share.
National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien warned on Sunday that the United States could impose sanctions if China goes through with a controversial national security law that would put Hong Kong's independence at risk.