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McDonald's announces its intentions to sell its China business to a group including Carlyle Group as Apple celebrates the iPhone's 10th birthday. Plus Trump's latest meetings.
A selloff in crude oil proves another roadblock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average's pursuit of 20,000.
Stocks trade mostly lower Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average taking a pause in its race toward 20,000.
McDonald's is selling its businesses in mainland China and Hong Kong for $2.08 billion to Citic and private-equity firm Carlyle Group .
After coming within one point of 20,000 on Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average's march to that critical threshold remained hard to pin down on Monday.
Stock futures mostly lower Monday morning amid a slump in crude oil prices.
U.S. stock futures are mixed Monday, with futures for the Dow slightly lower; Britain's pound hit its lowest level against the U.S. dollar in more than two months.
McDonald's has sold a majority stake in its operations in China to Carlyle and a state-backed investment group for around $2.1 billion.
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McDonald's will reportedly keep a significant minority stake in its China and Hong Kong stores.
Carlyle and a Chinese conglomerate are reportedly close to an agreement to buy McDonald's stores in Hong Kong and China for up to $3 billion.
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