The oil cartel and its allies are closing in on an agreement to modestly boost their collective oil output by as much as 500,000 barrels a day starting next month, people familiar with the matter said.
Some investors believe the central bank could start buying more long-term U.S. Treasurys as soon as its next policy meeting, a trend that has helped temper some recent selling and kept yields from rising higher.
Nasdaq proposed new rules that would require the boards of its listed companies to meet certain minimum diversity requirements. CEO Adena Friedman discussed the exchange operator’s diversity plan with The Wall Street Journal.
The exchange operator aims to require listed companies to include women and people of diverse racial identities or sexual orientations on their boards. More than three-quarters of those firms would fall short, a review found.