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wallst-032918_26jun19.jpg After failing to sustain an early move to the upside, stocks gave back ground over the course of the trading session on Wednesday. The major averages pulled back well off their highs of the session before closing on opposite sides of the unchanged line.

wallstreet-sept13_26jun19.jpg After an early move to the upside, stocks have given back some ground but remain mostly positive in mid-day trading on Wednesday. With the upward move, the major averages are partly offsetting the notable losses posted in the previous session.

america-cars-062619.jpg A survey has shown that while a majority of Americans want to buy a car that contributes substantially to the U.S. economy amid rising trade tensions, most of the "American-made" cars are actually produced by foreign automakers. According to Cars.com's 2019 American-Made Index, the most 'American-made' vehicle in 2019 is the Jeep Cherokee.

bitcoin-price-062619.jpg In a dramatic rise in price Wednesday, Bitcoin reached its highest level in more than 17 months, at $12861. This is a new 2019 high for the world's most popular cryptocurrency, and a price never seen since January 2018. On June 26 last year, the cryptocurrency was at $6550. Bitcoin price shot up by 13.52 percent, or $1,517, marking an unprecedented rise within a single day. Consistent levels o

wallstreet-aug24_26jun19.jpg Stocks showed a strong move to the upside in early trading on Wednesday, rebounding following the steep drop seen in the previous session. Buying interest has waned since the open, however, leading the major averages to pull back off their highs.

wayfair-062619.jpg Wayfair employees at their Boston headquarters are planning a walkout on Wednesday afternoon in protest against the company's decision to sell furniture to migrant detention camps for children. In a petition, signed by 547 Wayfair employees requested not to do business with BCFS that operates migrant...

walmart-vechain-062619.jpg Walmart China introduced a blockchain-powered food traceability platform, developed in partnership with China Chain-Store & Franchise Association (CCFA), PwC, Inner Mongolia Kerchin Co., Ltd., and VeChain. VeChain's blockchain technology is helping Walmart China to implement a traceability strategy for products.

chinabans-jun26.jpg China urged Canada to suspend exporting its meat products to the country after customs authorities found that veterinary health certificates attached to a consignment of pork were bogus. The Chinese Customs authorities found residues of ractopamine, a banned feed additive, in a batch of pork products exported from Canada to China. Following this, the Chinese government suspended the import of p

youtube-062619.jpg A U.S. senator and two consumer privacy groups have urged the Federal Trade Commission or FTC to take action against YouTube following extensive evidence that the Google-owned video site is invading child users' privacy. In separate letters sent Tuesday to the FTC, they expressed concern over YouTube's practices surrounding children's content.

biblereading-jun26.jpg It may sound ironic that more than half of the world's Bibles are printed in China, where the Communist government has always drawn flak for persecution of religions such as Christianity and Buddhism. This was brought to the attention of the world by Congressman Josh Harder in a letter he wrote to President Donald Trump, raising concern that the new import duties that he imposed on China would in

fda-kraom-062619.jpg The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent out warning letters to two companies for marketing and distributing "unapproved, misbranded kratom-containing drug products." Cali Botanicals and Kratom NC were notified by the FDA for making unsubstantiated claims that their products have the ability to treat or cure opioid addiction and withdrawal symptoms.

durable-goods-orders-062619.jpg New orders for U.S. manufactured durable goods unexpectedly showed another steep drop in the month of May, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Wednesday. The Commerce Department said durable goods orders slumped by 1.3 percent in May after tumbling by a revised 2.8 percent in April.

wallstreet-aug21_26jun19.jpg Following the steep drop seen over the course of the previous session, stocks are likely to move back to the upside in early trading on Wednesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 51 points.

walmart-seiyu-062619.jpg Walmart Inc. plans to relist its Japanese supermarket subsidiary Seiyu to the stock market, according to reports. The move gains relevance amid speculations that U.S. retail giant may exit the tough Japanese market. Walmart entered the Japanese market by acquiring a 6 percent stake in Seiyu in 2002 and gradually raised its holding in the supermarket chain before a full takeover in 2008.

muelleragrees-jun26.jpg Former US special counsel Robert Mueller, who neither indicted nor cleared President Donald Trump in his report after investigating into Russian electoral interference, has agreed to testify publicly before US House committees on July 17. House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerrold Nadler and House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff announced that in response to a subpoena they issued Tuesday,

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