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  • Global Stock Markets Mixed as China Rally Powers Ahead

    Global stocks were mixed Wednesday, while mainland Chinese shares extended a winning streak for a seventh consecutive day. Futures tied to the S&P 500 ticked down 0.1%, signaling that equity markets will waver at the open after pulling back on worries that the pace of the economic recovery has slowed. The benchmark index fell 1.5% Tuesday, its biggest one-day decline since June 26..

  • Global Stock Markets Mixed as China Rally Powers Ahead

    Global stocks were mixed Wednesday, while mainland Chinese shares extended a winning streak for a seventh consecutive day. Futures tied to the S&P 500 ticked up 0.1%, signaling that equity markets will regain their footing after pulling back on worries that the pace of the economic recovery has slowed. The blue-chip index fell 1.5% Tuesday, its biggest one-day decline since June 26..

  • Recession Forces Spending Cuts on States, Cities Hit by Coronavirus

    State and local governments from Georgia to California are cutting money for schools, universities and other services as the coronavirus-induced recession wreaks havoc on their finances. Widespread job losses and closed businesses have reduced revenue from sales and income taxes, forcing officials to make agonizing choices in budgets for the new fiscal year, which started July 1 in much of the country. Governments have cut 1.5 million jobs since March, mostly in education,...

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Wednesday, July 8 2020 Natural Rubber Turnover: 317,284 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Jul-20 10,710 10,710 10,400 10,565 10,500 65 4 38 Aug-20 10,615 10,625 10,615 10,615 10,280 335 5 51 Sep-20 10,550 10,755 10,520 10,625 10,595 30 273,197 200,774 Oct-20 10,675 10,785 10,660 10,705 10,670 35 22 153 Nov-20 10,680 10,820 10,650 10,715 10,720 -5 2,536 5,010 Jan-21 11,595 11,705 11,540 11,620 11,630 -10 33,793 68,334 Mar-21 11,695 11,805 11,635...

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Fall After Recent Rally. The Dow fell as investors grew anxious that the recent rally has gone too far, given the patchy economic recovery. Virus Cases Rise as Country Withdraws From WHO.

  • Auto Makers Wrestle With Uneven Recovery -- WSJ

    This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal. BERLIN-- The global auto market is splitting three ways, complicating efforts by the industry's main players to recover from their deepest crisis in years. While sales in post-lockdown China are showing signs of recovery, they are continuing to fall in the U.S., according to company and industry data released in recent weeks.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Fall After Recent Rally. The Dow fell as investors grew anxious that the recent rally has gone too far, given the patchy economic recovery. Fed's Clarida Says Economy's Path Tied to Efforts to Deal With Pandemic.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Fall After Recent Rally. The Dow fell as investors grew anxious that the recent rally has gone too far given the patchy economic recovery. Fed's Clarida Says Economy's Path Tied to Efforts to Deal With Pandemic.

  • Dollar Briefly Edges Up as Investors Retreat Toward Safety -- Update

    The dollar briefly crept higher as concerns about the rise in new Covid-19 infections in parts of the U.S. and across emerging markets took the edge off the broader market rally of recent days. The Wall Street Journal Dollar Index, which measures the dollar against a basket of other currencies, ticked up before closing unchanged at 91.23 Tuesday. The gauge, which jumped sharply in mid-March as stock markets tanked, has been hovering between 90 and 95 since.

  • Federal Aid Helped Wide Swath of Small Businesses, Needy or Not

    By Yuka Hayashi, Anthony DeBarros and Ryan Tracy. WASHINGTON-- The government's $670 billion Paycheck Protection Program reached a wide swath of small businesses across almost every sector of the economy, benefiting hard-hit industries such as hotels and restaurants, as well as professional firms and construction companies that were better able to weather the crisis, new data shows. More than 90 industry sectors each had more than 10,000 firms approved for PPP loans, according...

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