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Embraer SA on Monday announced an order worth $1.4 billion from Flexjet, which becomes the new launch customer for the Brazilian company’s Praetor jets.\n \n
Fidelity Investments has dropped Fisher Investments as a money manager, a Fidelity spokesman said on Monday, the latest in an accelerating series of withdrawals from the firm over allegedly sexist comments by its leader, Kenneth Fisher.\n \n
Shares of Peloton Interactive slumped 6{fb399706940a962a400405a0d4e027680be29cfcda58b645b36f0ab2f8e0e3f5} on Monday, even after a multitude of buy ratings from the stationary bike seller\'s IPO banks, underscoring Wall Street\'s growing exhaustion from money-losing startups.\n \n
Four large drug companies reached a last-minute $260 million legal settlement on Monday over their role in the U.S. opioid addiction epidemic, striking a deal with two Ohio counties to avert the first federal trial over the crisis.\n \n
Apple Inc has started selling its popular iPhone XR phones assembled in India, as it looks to expand its share in the world\'s second-largest smartphone market where it has struggled against cheaper products from rivals.\n \n
The collateral damage of the United States\' trade wars is being felt from the fjords of Iceland to the auto factories of Japan.\n \n
Boeing Co may have to book billions of dollars in additional charges related to its grounded 737 MAX jets, brokerages said on Monday, following reports that call into question the timing of the aircraft\'s return to service.\n \n
Oil prices fell nearly 1{fb399706940a962a400405a0d4e027680be29cfcda58b645b36f0ab2f8e0e3f5} on Monday after comments from a U.S. official stymied hopes that a U.S.-China trade deal would be reached soon, feeding worries that a slowing global economy would reduce demand for oil.\n \n
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes rose on Monday as technology stocks were bolstered by signs of progress in resolving the prolonged U.S.-China trade dispute, while losses in Boeing capped gains in the blue-chip Dow Jones Industrials.\n \n
China is seeking $2.4 billion in retaliatory sanctions against the United States for non-compliance with a WTO ruling in a tariffs case dating to the Obama era, a document published on Monday showed.\n \n


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