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North Korea said it had conducted another test at a satellite launch site on Friday to bolster its strategic nuclear deterrence, North Korean state media outlet KCNA reported on Saturday.
The problem is Shanghai, a city of nearly 25 million people, has only one Costco store, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
"Now that we've got a phase one trade deal with China, we can go back to focusing on the earnings," the "Mad Money" host says. "I think next week ... we're going to see a lot of good ones."
Mike Bloomberg is slated to meet with influential business executives Thursday to encourage them to back Democratic causes on a national and state level.
After Friday's announced trade deal, bulls say several thorny issues may be on the verge of resolution and markets could run to new highs. But bears say trade tensions will not go away.
Adobe rose almost 4% on Friday, closing at an all-time high and reflecting the company's extended move from desktop software to the cloud.
The Supreme Court said on Friday that it will hear three cases over President Donald Trump's financial records next year.
With trade tensions toned down, stocks have clearance to rally into year end, a traditionally positive time for stocks.
"This is not who we are," the bank leader said.
Stocks capped a solid week of gains with small moves as investors digested the details of a phase one trade deal between China and the U.S.
Saks Fifth Avenue owner Hudson's Bay has fallen short in securing enough shareholder support for a $1.4 billion deal to take the department store operator private, Reuters reports, citing people familiar with the matter.
After a series of widespread cyberattacks in Louisiana, which led to two statewide emergency declarations this year, New Orleans was hit on Friday.
We'll get the first full trading day since the trade deal was announced, a read on a manufacturing gauge and housing data on Monday.
A piece of Babe Ruth memorabilia that was given to a friend 75 years ago could sell for a record price when it gets auctioned off this weekend , according to a California-based auction house.
Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and other contenders said they will not cross a picket line at Loyola Marymount, where the DNC will hold it.
"The reduction is only half as large as our baseline assumption," said Goldman's chief economist Jan Hatzius.
U.S. health regulators approved a second drug for a debilitating form of muscular dystrophy, a surprise decision after the medication was rejected for safety concerns just four months ago.
Appearing on CNBC's Squawk Alley, MLB super-agent Scott Boras said baseball's attendance was proof the Moneyball model "didn't work."
Theft of unencrypted hard drives from a Facebook employee's car led the company to announce another privacy and security incident to its employees.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow maintained a cautious optimism around the trade agreement struck by China and the U.S.
The phase one trade deal between the U.S. and China announced Friday follows nearly two years of tariffs, tough talk and false starts.
The trade deal agreed to by the U.S. and China diffuses tensions and could help boost corporate profits and the global economy next year.
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Robert Lighthizer says the signing would be at the minister level and would not involve President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping
The U.S. is weighing tariffs of up to 100% on European products it previously absolved, including Irish and Scotch whiskies and Cognac.
The deal in the midst of the Christmas shopping season is a major reprieve for Apple, which has established a massive supply chain based in China that produced 218 million iPhones in 2018.
Trump says Washington will not charge Beijing with any new tariffs and will slightly reduce existing tariffs.
The Conservative Party will form the next U.K. government with the largest majority since Tony Blair's Labour party retained power in 2001.
Under the deal, which the U.S. and China still need to sign, the Trump administration will cancel its next tariffs and roll back other duties.
Stocks were little changed on Friday after China and the U.S. agreed to a phase one trade deal as investors concluded a solid week of gains.