1. 7 Dow components to release earnings

Investors looked ahead to a battery of earnings reports on Tuesday with no less than seven Dow components scheduled throughout the day.

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1. Global stocks gain ahead of central bank meetings

Global stock markets traded mostly higher on Monday, as investors looked ahead to key central bank meetings later this week. The Federal Reserve will meet on July 26 to 27, followed by the Bank of Japan’s policy meeting on July 28 to 29.

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1. U.K. business activity slumps to 7-year low post-Brexit

Business activity in the U.K. contracted at the steepest pace since early-2009 in July in the wake of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, known as a Brexit.

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1. Yen jumps after BOJ's Kuroda rules out helicopter money

The yen jumped the most in almost a month against the U.S. dollar on Thursday, after Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda ruled out the idea of using "helicopter money" to stimulate Japan's economy

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1. Global stocks mixed on light calendar day

Shares in Asia were mixed on a light data day Wednesday following what was also a mixed close on Wall Street.

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1. Turkish lira bounces, stocks plunge after failed coup attempt

The Turkish lira rebounded against the dollar on Monday, as Turkey’s government regained control of the country in the wake of a failed coup attempt over the weekend, easing investor concerns about political uncertainty and geopolitical risks.

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Investors are selling travel and tourism stocks again after another vicious terror attack took place in France.

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The Bank of England misled investors by keeping interest rates on hold on Thursday, but held out the prospect of a stimulus package soon to help the economy cope with Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

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The Dow is higher than it's ever been before.

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1. Global stocks rally again on Japan stimulus hopes

Global stocks rallied again on Tuesday, as prospects for more monetary stimulus from the Bank of Japan combined with easing political tensions in Britain boosted appetite for riskier assets.

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The S&P index rallied to a record intraday high on Monday, surpassing the previous intraday peak set on May 20, 2015.

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1. Global stocks rally on Japan stimulus hopes

Global stocks rallied on Monday, as investors cheered increased prospects for more monetary stimulus from Japan and as Friday’s upbeat U.S. employment data continued to boost optimism over the strength of the world’s biggest economy.

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