*Oil prices were down about 0.6 percent, retreating from the year's high, as higher production in the Middle East more than offset declines in the United States. *Data released on Sunday showed China's manufacturing sector expanded marginally in April, missing estimates and raising doubts about the sustainability of a recent economic improvement in the... » Read More
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