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The top business headlines from The Wall Street Journal, three times daily. Whether it’s the latest on overseas markets, economic news out of Washington or closing numbers from Wall Street, you'll be in the know in a flash.

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The top business headlines from The Wall Street Journal, three times daily. Whether it’s the latest on overseas markets, economic news out of Washington or closing numbers from Wall Street, you'll be in the know in a flash.

    Dow Closes Above 35000 for the First Time

    Dow Closes Above 35000 for the First Time

    All three U.S. indexes hit record territory. Snap shares rise 24% on strong quarterly revenue. GM shares fall 1.5% on the company's second Chevy Bolt recall due to battery problems. J.R. Whalen reports.
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    Vaccine Makers Seek to Apply mRNA Tech to Flu

    Vaccine Makers Seek to Apply mRNA Tech to Flu

    Plus: Electric-vehicle sales growth in U.S. outpace broader auto industry. Disabled South Korean mountaineer missing after falling during descent. J.R. Whalen reports.
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    Tokyo Olympics to Hold a Scaled-Backed Opening Ceremony Today

    Tokyo Olympics to Hold a Scaled-Backed Opening Ceremony Today

    Intel's CEO says the global chip shortage could extend into 2023. A U.S. vaccine advisory panel signals preliminary support for Covid-19 booster shots for people with compromised immune systems. Keith Collins hosts.
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    U.S. Stocks Inch Higher After Two Days of Strong Gains

    U.S. Stocks Inch Higher After Two Days of Strong Gains

    Intel sales bolstered by strong PC demand. Texas Instruments warns of slower growth in the third quarter. Domino's Pizza rolling out share repurchase plan. Janet Babin reports.
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    Unemployment Rolls Shrink, But New Applications Rise

    Unemployment Rolls Shrink, But New Applications Rise

    Initial U.S. jobless claims increased to 419,000 last week. U.S. home prices hit new high in June. American Airlines, Southwest report profit, lifted by demand and government aid. Christopher Zinsli reports.
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    PG&E, in a Reversal, Now Plans to Bury Power Lines in Fire-Prone Areas

    PG&E, in a Reversal, Now Plans to Bury Power Lines in Fire-Prone Areas

    Tokyo Olympics organizers fire a senior director of the opening ceremony one day before the event. BDG Media, the owner of Bustle and other websites, is preparing to go public in a SPAC deal later this year. AT&T, Intel and Twitter are set to report earnings today. Keith Collins hosts.
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