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Our live blog tracked market reaction as a North Korean nuclear weapon test pushed investors toward safe haven assets.
North Korea said on state television on Sunday afternoon that it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb intended to be carried by an ICBM.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin challenged Congress to raise the government's debt limit to free up spending for Hurricane Harvey.
North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Institute boasted of "perfect success" at testing an extremely powerful nuclear weapon.
President Donald Trump said the U.S. is considering a trade embargo on countries that currently do business with North Korea.
More than half of China's oil production is at risk if tensions with North Korea approach conflict, Wood Mackenzie said.
North Korea's biggest nuclear test to date was condemned around the world on Sunday, with several leaders calling for new sanctions.
Safe haven demand drove up gold and the yen while stocks were pressured after North Korea said it tested a hydrogen bomb on Sunday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that whoever reaches a breakthrough in developing artificial intelligence will come to dominate the world.
South Korea was seeking "the toughest retaliation measures" after the North tested another nuclear weapon, an official said.
North Korea was shaken by strong tremors on Sunday, with the South's officials saying it was presumed to be a sixth nuclear test.
South Korea's military said its air forces and the army carried out a missile drill in response to North Korea's nuclear test.
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