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Monday, May 30, 2016
Checked 1:25 PM; Last Updated 7:45 AM CDT; 12:45 GMT
 

 

Finances
Apple News
  • "Why Did Apple, Google, Netflix, Facebook All Rise With The Rest Of The Market?" Forbes 7:45 AM
  • "From Apple to Super-Powers, Everything's Against Taiwan's Dollar" Bloomberg 7:10 AM
Industry News
  • "Stock futures rise in shortened trading day as investors brush aside Yellen comments: Stock futures pointed slightly higher in a shortened session on the Memorial Day holiday Monday, rising against a backdrop of a stronger dollar after heavy hints of a U.S. interest rate cut from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen late last week." MarketWatch 4:41 AM
  • "France going 'all the way' to collect tax from Google, McDonald's: France will go 'all the way' to make corporations like Google and McDonald's pay their fair share of taxes, the country's finance minister said." CNNMoney 4:39 AM
  • "Spinoffs aren't taking off with investors: Some companies are looking again to spinoffs as a way to unlock value for investors — but it's been a tough sell." USA Today 4:36 AM
  • "Global Stocks Steady as Investors Weigh Yellen Comments: Global stocks held steady and the dollar edged higher on Monday after Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said Friday an interest-rate increase could soon be appropriate." WSJ.com 4:31 AM
  • "Nikkei shoots up 1.4% after Yellen comments trigger yen weakness: Stocks in Japan surged to a one-month high and led most Asian shares up on Monday, as the Japanese yen weakened and investors assessed the latest comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen." MarketWatch 4:30 AM
  • "Europe stocks struggle for traction against holiday closures for U.S., London: European stock markets stuck largely to the flat line on Monday, in the absence of trading in the U.s. and London, which are both closed for holidays." MarketWatch 4:27 AM