A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day
-Stock futures are higher after two days of sharp gains. Much more than half of the post-Brexit vote losses have been recovered. Weekly jobless claims come out at 830am Eastern.
-Bond yields are recovering somewhat with the 10-year Treasury yield now at 1.51%.
-Crude is off almost 1% after two days of gains and holding at the $49/barrel level.
-Gasoline prices fell to $2.28/gallon, national average.
-Exxon is lobbying its fellow oil companies to agree to a carbon tax.
-A Taliban suicide bombing has killed 40 Afghan policemen.
-The Turkish media says 13 suspects have been captured in connection with the Istanbul airport bombing.
-In a big surprise, former London Mayor and "Leave" campaign leader Boris Johnson has decided not to run for Prime Minister.
-George Soros told the EU Parliament today that the Brexit vote could end up leading to a reformed and better union.
-The latest FOX News poll has Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump, 44% to 38%.
-Another poll shows Trump greatly outperforming John McCain and Mitt Romney among Latinos.
-A federal judge has ordered the State Dept. to hand over email records of then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to see if she was holding off-the-record meetings with Clinton Foundation donors.
-31 of 33 big banks passed the Fed's stress tests and are now allowed to pay out dividends.
-Sen. Elizabeth Warren says Apple, Amazon, and Google use their size to stamp out competition.
-China's feared Internet Czar, Lu Wei, has unexpectedly stepped down.
-Seagate Technology is cutting about 1,600 jobs, or about 3% of its workforce.
WAR ON BUSINESS
-The city of Los Angeles is moving to punish business owners who ask potential employees if they have a criminal record.
-GM is losing market share as its dealers say they don't have enough pickups and SUVs to meet demand.