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Global share rally peters out, euro lifted by PMI boost
LONDON (Reuters) - European shares edged down on Wednesday after three days of gains as signs of a still stuttering Chinese economy and rising worries about Ukraine offset a reassuring set of European economic numbers.
Premarket: Steady PMIs, sluggish China put brakes on European shares  The Globe and Mail
Chinese factories stalling as euro zone business picks up  Reuters Canada
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IRS gave bonuses to employees who owed back taxes, and that's not all
So, where do you work? That's a question Internal Revenue Service employees must dread. Besides the fact that nobody like paying taxes, the agency's reputation has suffered in the past year because of accusations it subjected applications for tax exempt ...
Delinquent IRS employees paid bonuses by the agency  CNNMoney
Disciplined IRS workers got bonuses
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Gold prices down today.
Also on Wall Street, corporate deals and some solid earnings reports propelled the stock market to its sixth straight gain Tuesday.
Big Pharma Buy Incites US Stocks to Rise
US STOCKS-Earnings, healthcare give Wall St sixth straight gain  Reuters
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McDonald's is declaring victory in the fast-food breakfast war
McDonald's, which once enjoyed an effective monopoly on the morning fast-food rush, has found itself nudged up against all sorts of egg sandwich-serving competition these days.
McDonald's Profit Declines as US Sales Weaken  New York Times
McDonald's misses target as quarterly earnings dip 5%  Financial Times
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Existing home sales hit slowest pace since 2012. Why analysts aren't worried. (+ ...
The US housing market has cooled over the past several months, hampered by high mortgage rates and (like everything else), an unusually bad winter.
Today's Mortgage Interest Rates 30 and 15 year fixed home loan Data ...  Learning and Finance
Existing home sales slip to 20-month low  Longview News-Journal
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Weak Treasury Sale Leaves Fed Dealers With Most Notes Since May
The U.S. sold $32 billion of two-year notes at a higher-than-forecast yield, leaving the Federal Reserve's primary dealers, which are obliged to bid in Treasury sales, with their biggest share of the auction in almost a year.
Demand for Fed Reverse Repos Rises as Treasury Cuts Bill Supply  Bloomberg
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Toyota Still World's Top-Selling Automaker
Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota retained its lead, selling 2.58 million vehicles between January and March 2014. General Motors and Volkswagen took the number two and three spots respectively.
Toyota Tops GM as No. 1 Global Car Company  24/7 Wall St.
Toyota sells record 10 million vehicles in year to March  Business Times (subscription)
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AT&T Inc. Posts Earnings Beat, But Slowing Wireless Segment Pulls Stock Price ...
AT&T Inc. (T) reported its performance results for the first quarter of its 2014 fiscal year (1QFY14) yesterday after market close.
AT&T Earnings Unchanged, But Revenue Grows In 1Q  News 92 FM
AT&T Profit Gains as Users Opt for Smartphone Installment Plans  Bloomberg
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JetBlue pilots vote to join ALPA
Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA) announced (22-Apr-2014) 71% of JetBlue Airways pilots voted to join the union. ALPA president Captain Lee Moak stated: "ALPA welcomes the JetBlue pilots.
Business briefs  Dubuque Telegraph Herald
JetBlue Airways' Pilots Vote to Join Union  New York Times
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Alaska LNG the focus for BP
BP has agreed to sell its interests in four oilfields on the North Slope of Alaska to Hilcorp, including its interests in the Endicott and Northstar oilfields and a 50% interest in each of the Liberty and the Milne Point fields.
BP Sells Some North Slope Assets To Hilcorp  Alaska Public Radio Network
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