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Today's Top Stories - May 31, 2016  

Beware The Bell! U.S. stock-index futures pointed to a narrowly higher open on Wall Street on Tuesday,as traders wait to scour a data pile for hints as to whether the U.S. Federal Reserve will hike interest rates this month More

Europe: European markets traded lower on Tuesday as investors digested the prospect of a June U.S. interest rate hike and key risk events this week including a European Central Bank meeting More

Asia: Asian markets were mostly higher on Tuesday,with Chinese mainland markets up more than 2 percent and Japan shares rising after better-than-expected economic data More

Oil: Brent crude prices fell on Tuesday on rising output from the Middle East and ahead of an OPEC meeting later this week, while U.S. crude edged higher as the summer driving season began More

Gold: Gold rose on Tuesday, rebounding from a three-and-a-half-month low hit in the previous session, but remained on track for its biggest monthly decline since November on broad strength in the dollar and growing expectations of an imminent U.S. rate hike More

Goldman Sachs raises odds of China share inclusion in MSCI indexes to 70% Goldman Sachs has increased the probability that MSCI will include mainland Chinese shares in its indexes to 70 percent, citing recent steps taken by Beijing to remove obstacles for global money managers to invest in the country's equity markets More

Stocks set for big, but short, rally of 5 to 10 percent: Analyst One Wall Street firm predicts stocks are about to surge, but it could be over within the blink of an eye More

Oil’s ‘new normal’ may be lower than you think For the first time since October, last week Brent and WTI crude futures reached $50 a barrel. But in spite of the shift upwards, analysts still disagree over where the price of "black gold" is heading More

Top retailers fall short of commitments to overseas workers After more than 1,100 deaths exposed dangerous labor conditions in Bangladesh in 2013, brands like H&M, Walmart and Gap were among the most powerful companies that pledged to improve the safety of some of the country's poorest workers More

Top retailers fall short of commitments to overseas workers After more than 1,100 deaths exposed dangerous labor conditions in Bangladesh in 2013, brands like H&M, Walmart and Gap were among the most powerful companies that pledged to improve the safety of some of the country's poorest workers More

India tells Apple: You can open stores in the country, if you create jobs Foreign companies eager to sell products in India must also create jobs in the country, Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told CNBC in an interview, amid efforts by tech giant Apple to win approval to open its own retail stores in Asia's third-largest economy More

Check out your state ... How The Wealthiest Person In Every State Got Rich How do you become the wealthiest person in your state? In some places, the path to prosperity is obvious. In California, you want to be in tech. In Nevada, it pays to own casinos. But others may surprise you. The richest person in Texas? Not an oil tycoon. In New York? Not a Wall Street banker More


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