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The Dow and the S&P 500 close at record highs boosted by strong financial shares.
BP says the final bill for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill will be $61.6bn (£46.2bn).
Theresa May's new Conservative government revamps the Department for Business, which will be led by Greg Clark.
The pound jumps and shares fall after the Bank of England surprises the markets by keeping interest rates on hold.
It's early days for Pokemon Go, but some believe the app marks a turning point in mobile video games.
US group Consumer Reports has called on Tesla to disable the automatic steering function in its electric cars.
The Bank of England maintains the UK's main interest rate at 0.5% but signals that it expects to take action next month.
The appetite for people to take their pension savings as cash waned at the end of the year, according to the City watchdog.
JP Morgan Chase reports better-than-expected quarterly profits, helped by growth in loans and a clampdown on operating expenses.
The government remains committed to building a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset, the new Chancellor Philip Hammond said.
While most of the exotic aircraft on display at this year's Farnborough Airshow still need a pilot, unmanned vehicles have become more and more common in recent years.
The European Commission steps up pressure on Google, alleging that it abused its dominance in internet shopping and restricted competition.
Mother and baby products chain Mothercare reports strong overseas sales, but poor weather in Britain forced it to bring forward sales.
The BBC's Theo Leggett looks inside one of Bombardier's new C-Series aircraft, a programme that faced years of questions about its financial viability.
George Osborne has only ever had one cabinet post, chancellor of the exchequer and has been in charge of the nation's finances since 2010. How will he be remembered?
Japanese stocks continue their positive trend, adding a fourth day of gains since last weekend's election.
The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, says the UK's vote to leave the EU has "rattled" financial markets.
Pokemon Go - a mobile game that has become a global phenomenon - is released in the UK.
Shares in Japanese gaming firm Nintendo rise 16%, meaning they have increased more than 50% since the release of the hugely successful Pokemon Go game.
Chancellor Philip Hammond says the UK economy is entering a "new phase" which will be judged by "different parameters".