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Treasuries Pare Losses as Report Shows U.S. Adds Fewer Jobs
Treasuries pared losses after a private report showed the U.S. added fewer jobs than forecast in April, raising concern about the strength of the economy as the Federal Reserve considers an interest rate increase this year.
US private sector adds 169000 jobs in April: ADP  Reuters
Private Sector Jobs Rose by Only 169000 in April, ADP Says  Wall Street Journal
US private payrolls growth moderates; productivity falls
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. private employers in April added the fewest number of workers in more than a year, which could heighten worries about the economy's potential to rebound strongly from a first-quarter slump.
Worker productivity sees first back-to-back drop since 2006  MarketWatch
US Productivity Falls 1.9% in First Quarter  Wall Street Journal
Tesla Didn't Invent Home Energy Storage, Has Many Competitors
Like almost everything else related to the company, its venture into energy storage is generating plenty of publicity for electric-car maker Tesla Motors.
Tesla Ventures into Solar Panel-Connected Batteries for Homes  Uncover Michigan
Tesla's Q1 Earnings Make it the Ideal Company to Invest in  WallStreet OTC
Mixed signals emerge for eurozone economy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, and Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel, right, talk as they arrive for the weekly cabinet meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
Spanish Boom Meets French Stagnation as Reforms Drive Growth  Bloomberg
Duke Energy Corp Wants Judge To Halt Shareholder Lawsuit
Duke Energy Corp (NYSE:DUK) has requested a judge in Delaware, to put a six-month halt to a shareholder lawsuit faced by the energy company, as it is on the verge of finalizing a multi-million dollar settlement of a criminal case.
Duke Energy Shareholders' Lawsuit is Imminent  Wall Street Hedge
Dan River neighbors: Think long term  Greensboro News & Record
Oil market strikes 2015 highs
In this Oct. 14, 2014 file photo, an oil pump works at sunset in the desert oil fields of Sakhir, Bahrain. (Photo: AP). Related. As Iran oil fair opens, foreign companies weigh return · Oil edges up as Iran uncertainty, Yemen turmoil support.
Oil bulls drive crude to 2015 high on fall in US stocks  BDlive
Oil prices at 2015 highs  Zee News
EconomyUK services activity gauge hits eight-month high
An index measuring activity in the UK's dominant service sector has hit its highest level since last August, in a move that was not widely prediected by economists.
Sterling rebounds after climb in service sector data steadies investor ...  This is Money
UK services rebound, easing fears of slowdown on eve of election-PMI  Daily Mail
Greece and economic reality
An alert reader noted an ambiguity in yesterday's Free Lunch on UK health spending. To be clear, the growth in NHS resources in the 2000s was 7 per cent per year.
Greece makes $224M payment amid 'nail-biting' talks  CNBC
Greece makes IMF payment but another, bigger one looms  San Francisco Chronicle
Bow To Your Billionaire Drone Overlord: Frank Wang's Quest To Put DJI Robots ...
Frank Wang Tao leads the world's largest consumer drone company in DJI, which is valued at $10 billion following a recent round of investment.
Chinese Drone Maker DJI Raises $75 Million From Accel Partners  Wall Street Journal
Accel Partners invests $75m in China drone maker DJI  Financial Times
Alexion Pays Hefty $8.4 Billion to Acquire Synageva, Expand Rare Disease ...
CHESHIRE, Conn. (TheStreet) -- Alexion Pharmaceuticals (ALXN - Get Report) is buying Synageva Biopharma (GEVA - Get Report) for $8.4 billion to broaden its offering of treatments for rare diseases, the companies announced Wednesday.
Alexion Bets$8.4 Billion on Synageva in Rare-Disease Push  Bloomberg
Drugmaker Alexion boosts its rare drug pipeline with $8.4 billion deal  Fortune