Core earnings rose by an annual 3.6%, beating the median forecast of 3.5% in a Reuters poll of economists.
Official data on Monday showed China's economic growth cooled to 6.2% in the second quarter, its weakest pace in at least 27 years.
Sales fell to 1.94 million light vehicles in January-June from 2.08 million a year earlier.
The Made in America campaign has been a key part of Trump's election campaign.
The European Union is desperately trying to prevent the deal unravelling completely, seeing it as the best way to stop Tehran acquiring atomic weapons, and the issue was top of the agenda as ministers from the bloc met in Brussels.
China earlier said it intended to impose sanctions on U.S. companies after the U.S. State Department last week approved the sale of weapons requested by Taiwan, including tanks and missiles.
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth slid from 6.4 per cent in the first quarter, the government data showed Monday.
Kim Darroch quit last week after leaked cables revealed that he had called Trump 'inept'.
A $69.90 polka dot dress from Zara has become the fashion hit of the summer.
Huawei's Chinese employees in the US were being given an option to return home and stay with the company.
AIIB’s Board of Governors approved the resolution welcoming the three prospective African members during the Bank’s fourth annual meeting here in Luxembourg.
Saturday's strike is happening in shopping malls and wholesale commodity markets, small shops and electronics stores.
The United Nations Environment Program has predicted that half the globe’s population could face severe water stress by 2030.
As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing approaches, auction houses in New York are bringing to market artifacts from that mission and other trips to the moon. At Christie's the highlight of the sale is a lunar module timeline book used by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin during their trip to the moon. The astronauts made various notations in the book. The auction house expects the book to get between $7 and $9 million dollars at the auction on July 18.
Republican voting against the bill sets the stage for a stiff fight over its provisions later this year that could threaten Congress' record of passing the NDAA annually for nearly six decades.
"There were moments when I sat here and thought I wish we’d got Brexit over the line - you know I wish we’d managed to achieve that," British Prime Minister Theresa May said.
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