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UPDATE 3-Oil markets extend gains after biggest daily climb in 6 yrs
... * Recovering stock markets boost oil prices. * U.S. crude on track for first weekly gain in 11 weeks. * Brent set for first weekly rise for two weeks (Adds more details and updates prices).
Citigroup's Morse Says WTI Oil Under $30 Needed to Curb Output  Bloomberg
Oil Markets Extend Gains After Biggest Daily Climb in Six Years  NDTV
Financial Express  
Abenomics Starting to Look Like a Failure
Takuji Okubo, chief economist at Japan Macro Advisors in Tokyo, talks about the nation's economy, government and central bank policies, and the yen.
Japan Inflation Flat in July  Wall Street Journal
Japan inflation stalls and spending slides, keeps policymakers under pressure  Reuters
PBOC Wrongfoots Analysts With Yuan Fixing as Markets Supported
China's central bank raised its yuan reference rate by the most in five months, taking analysts by surprise and triggering the currency's biggest gain since March just two weeks after a switch to a more market-oriented fixing.
China's market missteps are tripping up others  Los Angeles Times
China's yuan up sharply on central bank intervention but derivatives ...  Financial Express
Burger King Called for a Truce with McDonald's. And McDonald's Totally Blew It
A PR stunt for peace day is quickly turning into a war between America's two burger giants. By Justin Bariso. Justin Bariso is the founder and leader of Insight, a consulting group that helps organizations improve their ability to work globally.
McDonald's Rejects 'Cease-Fire' in Burger Wars  Money Talks News (blog)
Will Burger King And McDonald's Be Collaborating?  iFreePress.com (blog)
In 10 years, Pakistan will have largest N-stockpile after US and Russia: Report
NEW DELHI: In less than 10 years, Pakistan will have the third largest nuclear stockpile in the world, behind only the US and Russia, two prominent US think tanks said in a report.
US wants Pakistan, India to lower tensions between them  The Express Tribune
US asks Pak to show 'restraint' in expanding nuclear power  Business Standard
California Beats Water Conservation Goal for 2nd Straight Month
LOS ANGELES - Californians cut water use by more than 31 percent in July, the largest savings the state has logged since a drought emergency was declared last year.
Californians cut water without state imposing fines  Fox News
US Watch  Wall Street Journal
As Economies Gasp Globally, US Growth Quickens
Not long ago, the United States was considered the tortoise of the world economy, at least in comparison to emerging powers like China and Brazil.
The Scary number behind US GDP result  The Australian Financial Review
US Q2 economic growth revised up to 3.7%  Manila Bulletin
Carnegie Mellon welcomes Class of 2019
New students at the Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar convocation to welcome the Class of 2019. DOHA: Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q) formally welcomed the incoming first year class at a ceremony in Education City.
TCS announces $35 million donation to Carnegie Mellon University  Business Standard
Carnegie Mellon University receives $35 Million gift from TCS  Kerala IT News
Long term renewable vision 'has been lost' amid cuts
The UK Government is reducing support across technologies and setting a cap on the number of schemes supported each quarter. The UK Government has announced changes to the Feed-In Tariff (FiT) programme which supports small scale renewables.
UK solar panel industry dismayed as subsidies face deep cuts  Financial Times
Tory plans to cut subsidies to homes with solar panels slammed by campaigners  Mirror.co.uk
States fight to stop deadline clock on EPA's mammoth Clean Power Plan
Aug 3, 2015: President Obama delivers remarks on the Clean Power Plan at the White House. (Reuters). The U.S. Court of Appeals is likely to decide soon on a bid by 15 states to slow down the timetable of the Environmental Protection Agency's sweeping ...
EPA's cure usually worse than the 'disease'  The Star Beacon
EPA: the cure's usually worse than the 'disease'  Dailysunnews