Automakers on Friday are expected to report a rebound in sales of new cars and trucks following a 6 percent decline in May. Loading… Post to Facebook.
Yields on U.S. government bonds fell to new lows on Friday, the latest record in this year's rally in sovereign debt around the world.
Low gas prices, depressed interest rates and a bevy of incentives kept afloat trucks and SUV sales for several leading auto makers in June.
Global stocks mostly rose Friday, as authorities stepped in to ease the uncertainty surrounding the British vote to leave the European Union.
Factory activity expanded in June at the fastest clip in more than a year, an encouraging sign that American manufacturers are gaining traction.