Stocks around the globe rose Friday while government bond yields touched record lows on investor expectations that central banks would remain supportive following the U.K.
After news broke that an executive was indicted on a drug charge, his employer, Chipotle, quickly put Mark Crumpacker on administrative leave.
In response to vocal complaints from residents, the Anaheim City Council voted to ban all future short-term rentals in residential areas of the city and gave existing rental operators 18 months to close up shop.
Wheat for July delivery declined 15 cents at $4.1625 a bushel; July corn fell 5.75 cents to 3.53 a bushel; July oats rose .25 cent at $2.0550 a bushel; while July soybeans lost 6.25 cents to $11.6875 a bushel.
The plateau is here, but it's quite comfortable. U.S. auto sales rose 2% through first six months of 2016, according to Kelley Blue Book estimates, effectively hitting a long-anticipated plateau after much speculation over whether the industry could ...