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U.S. stocks rebounded sharply on Tuesday as investors sought out bargains a day after Wall Street turned in its worst performance in four years.
World stock markets plunged on Monday, as a near 9 % dive in China shares and a sharp drop in the dollar and major commodities sent investors rushing for the exit.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc will raise minimum wages for more than 100,000 of its U.S. workers in some departments from July, the second time the world's largest retailer has announced a wage hike this year.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange stated that it has “no plans” to seek a ruling that would allow the group to corner the market for invoice spread trades, although dealers still remain concerned, reported.
U.S. initial public offerings by venture-backed companies fell to a two-year low in the first quarter of 2015, according to data from the National Venture Capital Association and Thomson Reuters.