US main indexes closed higher, but off session highs. More importantly, the Spooze closed above 2100 (2103) keeping alive the notion the, now four day old rally, will still be alive on next Tuesday morning. The U.S. oil rig count rose for the fourth time, adding 11 rigs, which includes a loss of one gas rig to 89. Crude futures inched up today and a majority of U.S. firms see only a negligible impact from Britain's Brexit vote.
SAN FRANCISCO/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Apple Inc fought back on Friday against Spotify's claims that the U.S. tech giant had hampered competition in music streaming by rejecting an update to the Swedish service's iPhone app.
LONDON (Reuters) - Investors will start to peek beyond the Brexit-dominated headlines in the coming week to gauge the outlook for the global economy, and what impact an expected rebound in U.S. job creation will have on central banks eyeing looser policy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. economy has shown signs of improvement in recent weeks but the Federal Reserve expects it will take some time before it can assess the impact of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer said on Friday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When British voters shocked world markets by voting to leave the European Union last week, emerging markets assets seemed among the most vulnerable to a full-on retreat to safe havens from riskier investments.
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An elaborate structure put in place to preserve Hershey Co's ties to its local community has been roiled by scandal, creating an opening that Mondelez International Inc seized on to launch a $23 billion bid for the chocolate giant.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Britain's vote to leave the European Union last week triggered a worldwide stampede into U.S., German, Japanese and even British government debt, sending their yields to historic lows. Some of the best-known bond investors and strategists see yields falling even further.
Natural-gas futures notch their highest settlement since May 2015 as traders bet that warmer weather will help ease a glut of supplies in the U.S. Oil futures, meanwhile, finish higher even as a weekly climb in the U.S. oil-rig count signals higher production.
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