OPEC reached a deal to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels a day, boosting crude prices and energy company stocks.
The Dow rose 1.98 points to 19123.58, led by energy shares, to end November up 5.4%. Treasury yields settled at a 16-month high.
Cohn's meeting with Trump has rekindled questions about whether the No. 2 Goldman executive has plans to leave the bank.
Treasury pick Mnuchin said Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should be released from government control, sending their shares surging.
Schumer called for scrutiny of Dalian Wanda's U.S. deals to see whether they are being orchestrated by the Chinese government.
Malicious software disguisedas apps has seized control of over a million Google accounts since August, a security firm said.
GoPro is cutting 15% of its staff after efforts to expand beyond its core camera business stalled.
RBS failed a Bank of England stress test, requiring the lender to add about $2.5 billion in capital.
The delinquency rate for U.S. subprime auto loans last quarter climbed to the highest level since 2010.
China's factory output rose last month, as fiscal stimulus and real-estate sales propped up economic growth.
Valeant's talks to sell its Salix unit to Japan's Takeda have broken down.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
December 01, 2016 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
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