At Clash of Champions, Flair retained her championship against Natalya in a lumberjack match.
At Fastlane, Charlotte retained the Smack Down Women's Championship against Ruby Riott.
The bond markets are not only much larger, but much more liquid than stocks.
As such, when a major change begins to unfold, bonds usually “get it” much faster than stocks. Inflation forces bond prices lower as yields have to rise to compensate for a loss of purchasing power (bond yields rise when bond prices fall).
The feud between Charlotte and Paige ended on the April 24 episode of NXT, when Charlotte and Banks defeated Emma and Paige, with Charlotte scoring the pinfall over Paige.
After a four-month absence from the show, Summer Rae returned on the June 6 episode of NXT, distracting Bayley and allowing Charlotte to defeat her, after which the BFFs attempted to attack Bayley, only to be chased away by Emma and the returning Paige.
While the financial media “high fives” over stocks hitting new high, something far more important is brewing in the bond markets.
Bonds are the “smart money” in the financial system.
At the event, Flair would submit Asuka to retain her championship, thus ending Asuka's undefeated streak at 914 days. Flair appeared in the January 2016 issue of Muscle & Fitness.
On the July 3 episode of NXT, Charlotte got a measure of retribution over Bayley in a tag team match, where she and Banks defeated Bayley and Becky Lynch, only for Charlotte to leave Banks after the match to get attacked by Bayley, with Banks officially disbanding the BFFs in a backstage segment later that night.
After defeating Emma and Brooke again on the July 8 episode of NXT, this time teaming with her rival Sasha Banks, Charlotte challenged Banks to an NXT Women's Championship match, which Banks accepted.
In September 2017, Charlotte published Second Nature: The Legacy of Ric Flair and the Rise of Charlotte, which she co-wrote with her father and Brian Shields, author of the WWE Encyclopedia.
Flair ranked 29th out of 50 in the 2017 Sports Illustrated fittest woman athletes of the year.
which resulted in a 2–2 draw, but Flair defeated Banks 3–2 in sudden death overtime, becoming a record four-time Raw Women's Champion as well as ending their long-time feud since it was stipulated that Banks could not invoke her rematch clause.