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Mortgage refinances rebound as rates drop temporarily to lowest level in a month

Mortgage refinances rebound as rates drop temporarily to lowest level in a month

Oracle guidance misses expectations, stock drops

Oracle guidance misses expectations, stock dropsJordan Novet@jordannovet

Producer prices climb 6.6% in May on annual basis, largest 12-month increase on record

Producer prices climb 6.6% in May on annual basis, largest 12-month increase on record

Homebuilder sentiment drops to 10-month low, as construction costs drive prices higher

Homebuilder sentiment drops to 10-month low, as construction costs drive prices higher

Paul Tudor Jones rips Fed on inflation, says credibility is at stake

Paul Tudor Jones rips Fed on inflation, says credibility is at stake

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says consumer spending is 20% higher this year than 2019

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says consumer spending is 20% higher this year than 2019

Bank of America’s Moynihan says the Fed can pull back on policy help

Bank of America's Moynihan says the Fed can pull back on policy help

Household net worth climbs to $136.9 trillion, thanks to big stock market gains

Household net worth climbs to $136.9 trillion, thanks to big stock market gains

Consumer prices jump 5% in May, fastest pace since the summer of 2008

Consumer prices jump 5% in May, fastest pace since the summer of 2008

Hot inflation may have become scorching in May and is expected to hit a 28-year high

Hot inflation may have become scorching in May and is expected to hit a 28-year high

‘Impotent’ Fed policy will fail to contain 1970s-type inflation, investor Peter Boockvar predicts

'Impotent' Fed policy will fail to contain 1970s-type inflation, investor Peter Boockvar predicts

Mortgage rates drop, but not enough for priced-out homebuyers

Mortgage rates drop, but not enough for priced-out homebuyers

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Treasury yields ebb lower as investors shake off Fed policy update

Treasury yields ebb lower as investors shake off Fed policy update

U.S. stock futures little changed as the Dow heads for a losing week

VIDEO4:3204:32Wells Fargo Investment Institute's Scott Wren on growth stocksClosing BellU.S. stock futures were little changed in early Friday morning trade, following a two-day sell-off for the Dow in the wake of the Federal Reserve's policy update. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell just 4 points points. S&P 500 futures were flat and Nasdaq-100 futures traded in mildly positive territory. During the regular session, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 210 points, or 0.62%, to 33,823.45. The S&P 500 fell 0.04% to 4,221.86. The Nasdaq Composite rose 0.87% to 14,161.35. Morgan Stanley picks the global stocks set to ride Europe's expected boom Fed takes first steps toward tightening policy without setting off a major market panic Credit Suisse says trillions will be spent on making food more sustainable — and picks some winners The blue-chip Dow has lost 1.9% week to date and the S&P 500 has fallen 0.6%. The Nasdaq has gained 0.65% on the week. Commodities..

Developing tropical storm takes aim at Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Claudette is likely to form today and impact much of the South this weekend while the Southwest continues to deal with very hot temperatures. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the details.

Thriller ‘SWEAT’ shows the perils of influencer fame

If you are fascinated by the landscape of internet celebrity and what lurks beneath, the Polish thriller "SWEAT" -- releasing this month -- should leave you reeling.