Quarterly earnings kick off on Friday with three of the biggest U.S. banks - JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citigroup - reporting results.
Federation Internationale de Football Association whistleblower Chuck Blazer dies at 72
His lawyers, Eric Corngold and Mary Mulligan, issued a statement which did not provide details or the circumstances of his death. Soccer also created a national women's team that would eventually dominate the sport during Blazer's time there.
The Dow and S&P 500 ended the week with fresh highs, even as bank earnings weighed on financials.
Yellen will stand before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday. The Nasdaq posted its high of the day just ahead of Yellen's testimony. The company declined to deny the report.
Jimmy Carter OK after collapsing from dehydration in Winnipeg
WXIA in Atlanta reports that he was heard saying "I'm exhausted ", but continued working. President Jimmy Carter's motorcade parked outside the emergency entrance to St.
Trader Peter Tuchman wears a "Dow 21,000" hat as he works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, March 1, 2017. The 30-stock index also notched an intraday record.
China posted better-than-expected trade data for June, with exports rising 11.3 per cent and imports expanding 17.2 per cent, suggesting the economy is holding up well thanks to firmer global demand.
Froome at heart of peloton, German Kittel wins stage
Otherwise, this is a day to gain yet more clarity in the General Classification and King of the Mountains competition. At the time I wasn't that fazed because I thought it didn't matter, I wasn't going to be in the GC hunt anyway.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said policymakers plan to continue to raise interest rates to reach a neutral policy stance.