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Target's Call To Action: Regain "Merchandising Authority"
Target Target's CFO, John Mulligan took a wide range of question on the company's Q2 Earnings call this morning, August 20.
Target's biggest challenge isn't bouncing back from the data breach  Washington Post
Why Target's Earnings Warning Isn't Pummeling the Stock  TheStreet.com
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US STOCKS-Wall St set to dip after retailer results; Fed minutes due
... * Lowe's, Target fall in premarket after results, forecasts. * Hertz tumbles after withdrawing forecast. * Fed minutes due at 2:00 p.m.
U.S. Stocks Little Changed as Lowe's Slumps Before Fed  Bloomberg
US Equity Futures Flat Ahead of Fed Minutes  Fox Business
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Argentine Bonds Weaken on Fernandez Plan to Offer Local-Law Swap
Argentina's bonds sank to a two-month low after the government said it plans to pay foreign-currency notes locally to sidestep a U.S.
Argentina says proposed debt swap aims to protect investors  Reuters
Who to blame for Argentina's disastrous default? Its lawyers, of course  The Guardian
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Dollar Rises to 11-Month High Before Fed Releases Minutes
The dollar strengthened to an 11-month high versus the euro before the Federal Reserve releases the minutes of its July meeting, amid speculation policy makers are moving toward raising borrowing costs.
FOREX-Dollar breaks out to 11-month highs, eyes on Fed  Reuters
Dollar breaks out to 11-month highs, eyes on Fed  Reuters India
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Inflation may hold back BOE rate hike, despite vote split
LONDON (MarketWatch) - For the first time in three years, there was a split vote among policy makers at the Bank of England on whether to raise the benchmark interest rate.
Mark Carney, The Bank Of England's Monetary Policy Chameleon  Forbes
Bank of England Officials Break Ranks on Rates  Wall Street Journal
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Hertz Shares Stall After Guidance Recall
Shares of Hertz Global Holdings Hertz Global Holdings opened down close to 13% Wednesday near $27.50. Just one day earlier the car rental company hit a 52-week high of $31.61.
Analyst on Hertz's woes: 'Difficult to find any positives'  MarketWatch
Hertz's stock falls after car rental firm pulls forecast  Reuters
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Japanese car parts makers are the latest to fall foul of Chinese competition regulators for alleged price-fixing. A dozen Japanese companies have been fined a record amount - the equivalent of 151 million euros.
China fines Japanese auto parts makers record $201 million for price-fixing  Reuters
China fines Japan auto parts firm $217m  Herald Sun
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American Eagle Shares Jump After Sales, Earnings Top Estimates
American Eagle Outfitters Inc. (AEO:US) shares jumped the most in nine months after second-quarter sales and profit declined less steeply than predicted, signaling that the teen apparel chain's comeback plan may be gaining traction.
American Eagle 2Q results top analysts' estimates  CNBC
Why American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) Stock Is Gaining Today  TheStreet.com
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UPDATE 2-Staples beats estimates on strong demand for breakroom supplies
(Adds details, CEO comment; updates shares). Aug 20 (Reuters) - Staples Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and sales, driven by strong demand for non-core office supplies, such as furniture and breakroom items, from companies in North ...
Staples, Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2014 Performance  Businessweek
Staples reports lower profit but beats estimates  USA TODAY
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Lowe's Cuts Sales Forecast on Weak Air-Conditioner Sales
Lowe's Cos. (LOW), the second-largest U.S. home-improvement retailer, trimmed its full-year revenue forecast after weaker-than-anticipated sales of air conditioners in the cooler summer.
Lowe's down 2.2% after cutting 2014 sales outlook  NASDAQ
Lowe's Q2 Results Top Estimates; Backs FY EPS Outlook, But Cuts Sales View  RTT News
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