1. FTSE 100 surges to a fresh record high  |  ( bbc )
The FTSE 100 index closed over 1% higher at 7,859.17, comfortably above its previous high of 7,787 on 17 May.
2. Women's greatest financial regret — and how to avoid it  |  ( cnn )
Save aggressively, but also, invest the money you're socking away so that it ends up working for you.
3. Wall Street jumps on trade war truce, Russell 2000 hits record  |  ( reuters )
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoThe truce sparked a broad rally, with all the 11 major S&P sectors higher and the small-cap Russell 2000 hitting a record high for the fourth session in a row.
4. St. Louis Blues' arena changing name to Enterprise Center  |  ( star tribune )
ST. LOUIS — The home of the St. Louis Blues is getting a new name: Enterprise Center.
5. Everything is getting more expensive, and 43% of families can't afford the basics  |  ( cnn )
Meanwhile, Amazon Prime members are getting a new discount and Ikea is offering a new credit card.
6. General Electric continues transformation; $11B rail deal  |  ( star tribune )
GE shareholders will hold a 40.2 percent stake and GE will own 9.9 percent.
7. Legislative panels vote to stall groundwater nitrate rule  |  ( star tribune )
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota lawmakers have moved to stall implementation of the state's proposed rule for reducing nitrate levels in groundwater supplies in farm country.
8. One of the first investors in Uber and Salesforce reveals how he picks startup investments that will blow up  |  ( business insider )
A Frontier Airlines passenger was caught urinating on the seat in front of him after reportedly harassing two female passengers
9. Nielsen says 29 million people watched wedding in US  |  ( star tribune )
Nielsen said an estimated 6.42 million people watched NBC's coverage while 6.35 million watched it on ABC.
10. Polaris Industries named to Fortune 500 list  |  ( star tribune )
Fortune 500 named powersports maker Polaris Industries Inc. to its prestigious list for the first time Monday.
11. Treasury Secretary Says U.S., China Have Suspended Tariffs  |  ( wsj )
The U.S. suspended its threat to impose tariffs on $150 billion in Chinese imports to the U.S. while negotiations with China continue, but President Donald Trump could impose the tariffs if a deal between the two countries doesn’t progress, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
12. Stocks pop as US-China trade tensions cool  |  ( cnn )
Nearly all 30 Dow stocks were up, and the index even topped 25,000 for the first time in two months.
13. Egypt’s Sisi Clamped Down on Political Opposition—Next Up Is the Economy  |  ( wsj )
Project spokesman Khaled El Husseiny said just one of three phases is under construction.
14. Comcast just got one step closer to buying British broadcaster Sky  |  ( cnn )
We remain focused on progressing our superior offer for Sky," Comcast (CCV) said in a written statement.
15. U.S. and Canadian regulators open probes into cryptocurrency scams  |  ( reuters )
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. and Canadian state securities regulators announced Monday they have launched dozens of investigations into cryptocurrency scams.
16. How much should you pay for college?  |  ( cnn )
In this case, the first $300 of your monthly take-home pay will be gone before you can pay for anything else.
17. 29 million people in US tuned into the royal wedding  |  ( cnn )
Those nuptials averaged 24 million viewers there, while Saturday's festivities averaged 18 million viewers.
18. Model 3 price hype helps Tesla shares bounce  |  ( reuters )
The Tesla Model 3 is displayed during a media preview of the Auto China 2018 motor show in Beijing, China April 25, 2018.
19. Tesla is surging after an analyst upgrade and higher spot on the Fortune 500 list  |  ( business insider )
Tesla came it at number 260 on the 2018 Fortune 500 list this year, up 123 spots from last year.
20. U.S. Mission for South Korea’s Moon: Keep Trump-Kim Summit on Track  |  ( wsj )
SEOUL—South Korea’s leader arrives in Washington on Monday with a high-wire bid for peace on the Korean Peninsula—and his own status as peacemaker—in the balance.
21. U.S. top court backs companies over worker class-action claims  |  ( reuters )
The NLRB argued that the waivers violate federal labor law and let companies evade their responsibilities under workplace statutes.
22. FTSE 100 at record high after trade war truce, but pound hits 2018 low - business live  |  ( the guardian )
UK stock market hits new peak after US Treasury secretary Mnuchin says the trade war with China is ‘on hold’
23. LaSalle Hotel accepts Blackstone's $3.7 billion cash offer  |  ( reuters )
(Reuters) - LaSalle Hotel Properties (LHO.N) decided to sell itself to private equity firm Blackstone Group LP (BX.N) for $3.7 billion in cash, rejecting a cash-and-stock offer from rival Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (PEB.N).
24. U.S.'s Mnuchin: 'Significant' issues remain over NAFTA  |  ( reuters )
REUTERS/Jason Lee/File Photo“There are still some very significant, open issues,” Mnuchin said in an interview on CNBC.
25. Spain Maintains Direct Rule Over Catalonia Due to ‘Provocative’ Regional Government  |  ( wsj )
MADRID—The restive Catalonia region has a new leader but Spain’s prime minister has maintained direct rule, prolonging the tense relationship between Catalan separatists and the central government.
26. A Frontier Airlines passenger was caught urinating on the seat in front of him after reportedly harassing two female passengers  |  ( business insider )
A Frontier Airlines passenger was photographed urinating on the seat in front of him after allegedly verbally and physically harassing two women in his previous seat, CBS affiliate CBS 4 reports.
27. US stocks surge after US-China trade war truce  |  ( the guardian )
After Mnuchin said on Sunday that the two sides were “putting the trade war on hold”, China issued a statement overnight saying it could not guarantee that renewed trade tensions with Washington could be avoided.
28. 'Bad Blood' explores the culture inside disgraced startup Theranos  |  ( cnn )
Related: Elizabeth Holmes surrounded Theranos with powerful peopleAfter dropping out of Stanford University in 2003, Holmes started Theranos at age 19.
29. 5 income strategies to supplement Social Security in retirement  |  ( cnn )
With that in mind, here are five retirement income strategies that could be smart options for you to supplement your monthly Social Security checks.
30. Ford bought a Silicon Valley startup that will work with the automaker's rivals - here's why that's a good thing  |  ( business insider )
During CEO Jim Hackett's presentation, he said the Transportation Mobility Cloud (TMC), which will facilitate those connections.