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What Would a Default Change for Argentina?
July 31 (Bloomberg) - Bloomberg's Willem Marx reports from Buenos Aires, Argentina on what Standard & Poor's is calling a default by the Argentine government.
No deal: Argentina in default as talks fail  CNNMoney
Second Time Around: What Argentina's Second Default Means For Investors  Forbes
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Samsung earns $6.1 billion last quarter but shares plunge: Here's why
SEOUL, South Korea - Samsung earned $6.1 billion last quarter but investors were dissatisfied, sending its share price down 4 percent.
Samsung's Mobile Chief Feels Pressure Over Sales  Wall Street Journal
Samsung Dominance Threatened as Xiaomi Gains Traction  Bloomberg
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Behind the Fed's promise about short-term rates
Can promises about the future have an effect today? That's the theory behind the Federal Reserve's statement following Wednesday's monetary policy meeting.
Optimistic Fed Gives Nod to Rising Inflation  Credit Union Times
Fed talks up economy but gives no hint of earlier rate hike  MarketWatch
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US economy grew at a strong 4% rate in spring
In this June 27, 2014 file photo, President Barack Obama gestures while speaking about the economy in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After a dismal winter, the United States (US) economy sprang back to life in the April-June quarter, growing at a fast four per cent ...
Economy expands at strong 4 percent rate during spring  Alexandria Town Talk
As US economy accelerates, Fed remains cautious  Post-Bulletin
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Germany's Unemployment Lines Shrink in July
The number of registered jobless fell more than expected in Germany in July, seasonally-adjusted data from the country's labor agency showed Thursday.
German July Unemployment Falls More Than Forecast  RTT News
German jobless rate rises in July  The
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Target Names Brian Cornell as New Chairman of the Board and CEO to Lead ...
Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) announced today that its Board of Directors has named seasoned retail and consumer products veteran Brian Cornell as the company's next chairman of the Board of Directors and chief executive officer, effective August 12.
Target Chooses Former Pepsi Executive Cornell as Next CEO  Bloomberg
Target hires PepsiCo exec Brian Cornell as new chairman and CEO as it works ...  Businessweek
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Twitter Q2 results soar, stock flies high
NEW YORK - The little blue bird is flying high. Stronger-than-expected financial results pushed Twitter's stock sharply higher on Tuesday after the short messaging service said its revenue more than doubled in the second quarter.
Twitter downplays World Cup's role in user growth but experts are skeptical  MarketWatch (blog)
Twitter Inc (TWTR) User Base Far Exceeds 271M  ValueWalk
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Shell Says Russian Sanctions Minimize Restraints on Gas
Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) Chief Executive Officer Ben van Beurden said the latest sanctions against Russia mostly target the oil industry and appear to be designed to avoid restricting natural gas exports.
Shell beats forecasts despite more US shale disappointment
UPDATE 3-Shell quarterly profit beats forecasts despite impairments  Reuters
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Narrow, Mixed Close to Volatile Session
The stock market indices had a volatile session with the FOMC statement today. They opened with a big gap to the upside, then came down in a 5-wave decline to test support that had broken on the S&P 500, but the FOMC came out and they exploded to the ...
S&P 500 inches up and Nasdaq climbs, but Dow dips: stock market live ...  MarketWatch (blog)
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Riskiest-to-Safest Bonds on 9-Year Winning Streak Amid ECB Bets
Euro-area government bonds were set for their longest winning streak in nine years in July after weak data from retail sales to factory output signaled European Central Bank efforts to revive the economy are not yet finished.
Eurozone Inflation Continues Its Slide  New York Times
Euro-Zone Inflation, Jobless Rates Fall  Wall Street Journal
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