UNITED NATIONS - President Trump wields the gavel in the U.N. Security Council and is expected to denounce Iran's regional behavior.
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Nike slips as sales outlook dampens investor enthusiasm
Shares of Nike Inc fell 3 percent on Wednesday as the world's largest sportswear maker stuck to its full-year forecast even after sales got a boost from a controversial ad campaign featuring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.
Ford expands partnership talks with VW and Mahindra to cut costs
With its stock trading near a 6-year low late last month, Ford Motor Co CEO Jim Hackett gathered the automaker's top 300 executives near its headquarters in Michigan for a global leadership meeting.
Exclusive: JPMorgan in talks to lead Lyft's IPO - sources
JPMorgan Chase & Co is in talks about leading Lyft Inc's upcoming initial public offering as an underwriter, after rivals Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Morgan Stanley decided not to pursue such a role out of loyalty to another IPO hopeful, Lyft's larger competitor Uber Technologies Inc, according to people familiar with the matter.
Wall Street opens higher ahead of expected rate hike
U.S. stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday ahead of a widely expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike, with investors focusing on the central bank's steer on the pace of monetary tightening.
Death of equity keeps stock market bull alive
Amid all the brickbats thrown at one of the longest bull markets in history, the remarkable buoyancy of world equity prices may simply be down to a shortage of shares.
Iran says Trump should stop interfering in Middle East if he wants cheap oil
U.S. President Donald Trump should stop interfering in the Middle East if he wants the price of oil to stop rising, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh was quoted as saying on Wednesday.
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