The SEC's move highlights its "strict stance against letting ETFs tracking bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies come to market."
The U.S.-China trade conflict "will remain in an escalatory cycle as the two sides are at a fundamental impasse," one expert says.
Dave Morton's resignation "comes at a particularly precarious financial time" for the automaker.
The retailer believes it can still "leverage our industry-leading position to drive growth in the second half" of the year.
The animal health spinoff is the second major industry player to go public, following Zoetis' successful offering.
The search software company is going public as the addressable market for Elasticsearch and similar tools has reached $45 billion.
The finance veteran joins Nielsen as the media ratings firm faces pressure from activist investor Elliott Management to sell itself.
The company reports "significant progress" in its integration of Adaptive Insights, although acquisition costs hit margins in Q2.
The government announces new taxes and steep spending cuts as the sliding peso makes it harder to service the country's debt.
The discount retailer's shares fell more than 15% after its earnings came in one cent below analysts' estimates.