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On the last Friday of the year, December 26, major U.S. indexes wrapped up the second straight week in record territory.
Major indexes in the U.S. moved into record territory in midday trading on this last Friday of the year.
U.S. major indexes gained ground at Friday's opening bell as we return from Christmas and stores await sale-seekers before the new year.
South Korean prosecutors have indicted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick for violating local public transportation licensing law, becoming the latest jurisdiction to challenge the taxi service provider.
Germany's HeidelbergCement says it is selling its North American and British brick and concrete pipe business, Hanson Building Products.
Russia's central bank on Wednesday launched another initiative to save the ruble, offering hard currency loans to help companies and banks service their debts.
Carnival Corp.'s fourth quarter earnings topped expectations but its sales missed estimates.
The athletic gear retailer posted a surprise loss in the latest quarter sending shares sharply lower.
It looks like BlackBerry's much hoped for comeback is not materializing.
Nike sold more sneakers and other athletic wear in the latest three months than expected.