U.S. stock futures slipped after President Donald Trump signed several executive orders aimed at extending coronavirus relief.

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A $600-a-week boost to unemployment benefits is gone. As Congress negotiates an extension, families are scrambling to make ends meet.

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Berkshire announced it bought $5.1 billion of its own shares during the second quarter as the pandemic dented the conglomerate's operations.

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The Dow and S&P 500 eked out their sixth straight gains as a strong jobs report outweighed U.S.-China tensions and concerns about a new fiscal stimulus package.

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Stocks fell as U.S-China tensions and ongoing coronavirus stimulus negotiations dampened the market's enthusiasm over a strong jobs report.

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Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

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The unemployment rate, typically a measure of financial hardship, fell to 10.2% in July.

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The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include TripAdvisor, T-Mobile US, FedEx, Uber, and more.

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The app-based bank said it had seen lending activity spike thanks to the U.K. government's emergency coronavirus financing schemes.

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Brown Brothers Harriman's Win Thin expects the dollar to bottom later this year.

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Fintech companies in Asia saw their capital raise fall around 37% from $2.56 billion in the first quarter to $1.62 billion in the second, a CB Insights report said.

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Stocks rose once again after a late-day surge in tech stocks.

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Whenever Capitol Hill decides on the next round of federal unemployment benefits, those payments likely will be retroactive to when the $600 lapsed, experts say.

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More than half of workers who recently applied for unemployment benefits in California were doing so because their jobs or hours were cut again, hinting at the nation's unstable economic recovery.

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The appointment of Mathew McDermott means the newest face of blockchain and cryptocurrency on Wall Street isn't a starry-eyed bitcoin evangelist, but a 46-year-old veteran of old-school financing markets.

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