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Oil futures settled at a one-month high Friday, finding support after a U.S. airstrike on Syria contributed to geopolitical tensions.
Gambler Billy Walters was founded guilty of insider trading, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York said Friday.
The warehouse retailer saw improving results in Colombia that were almost totally offset by declines in its Trinidad business.
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The Labor Department on Friday released its latest monthly jobs report, showing a decline in job gains compared to significant growth seen in months prior.
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The diversified shipper announced another reverse split.
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Terrence Duffy, the CEO of the world’s largest futures market operator, the CME Group, said the markets see President Trump’s Syria strike as a warning sign.