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Oil is being propped up by Middle East tensions after the US used video to blame Iran for tanker attacks

Oil prices on Friday were pushed and pulled between competing drivers of Iran tensions and a supply glut.
A barista packs a coffee for online sales at a Luckin Coffee store in Beijing, China July 17, 2018. Picture taken July 17, 2018.

Luckin Coffee, a massive but unprofitable Chinese Starbucks competitor, is set to begin trading in the US

Luckin Coffee is set to begin trading Friday on the Nasdaq under the ticker LK.

Global stocks are a sea of red on trade-war fears after Trump claimed that China ‘broke the deal’

Trump's comment fanned concerns the tariff hike will go ahead. If that happens, one analyst said that "we could expect equities to continue falling."
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Ex-Twitter CEO Ev Williams’ VC firm just scored its first home run with the Beyond Meat IPO

Evan Williams is best known for starting Twitter and Medium, but his VC firm Obvious Ventures just scored a big win.

Global stocks gain after ‘Apple’s got its mojo back’ with bullish forecast — while traders cheer China trade-war progress and ...

Apple lifted futures on the tech-heavy Nasdaq about 0.8%, with global gains on US-China trade war progress and optimism about the upcoming Fed decision.
The Charging Bull statue, also known as the Wall St. Bull, is seen in the financial district of New York City

US stocks rally again to record highs as earnings smash expectations — ‘Is it different this time?’

Better-than-expected earnings unleashed a wave of optimism in the US, sending the S&P 500 to its "third big high." Asia and Europe weren't as upbeat.

Zoom’s stock soared in the video-conferencing company’s public trading debut, making CEO Eric Yuan a billionaire

Yuan came to the US in 1997 not knowing any English. Now, the Zoom founder and CEO is worth more than $3 billion.

Lyft reportedly threatens to sue Morgan Stanley, accuses the bank of supporting short-selling

Lyft is considering pursuing litigation after it accused Morgan Stanley of supporting short-selling among investors ahead of the company's recent IPO.