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S&P500 index posts worst fall since April; indexes down for July
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. S&P500 stock index posted its worst daily fall since April and its first monthly drop since January on Thursday, as economic data sparked concern the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates sooner than some have ...
Asian Stocks Extend Global Rout Amid Earnings Concerns  Bloomberg
US stocks tumble on Argentina default, labor costs; Dow falls 1.88%  Moneycontrol.com
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Obamacare premiums to rise a modest 4.2% in 2015
Mike Everding, left, helps James Randle sign up for a Covered California plan at an enrollment event in March in Inglewood. Mike Everding, left, helps James Randle sign up for a Covered California plan at an enrollment event in March in Inglewood.
Californians to see slight rise in health insurance premiums, state exchange ...  San Bernardino Sun
California Sees Health-Law Premiums Rising 4.2% in 2015  Wall Street Journal
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Dow plunges as multiple worries vex investors
FILE - This April 22, 2010, file photo, shows a Wall Street sign in front of the New York Stock Exchange. U.S. stocks slumped Thursday, July 31, 2014, as investors reacted to disappointing corporate earnings reports and assessed the implications of the ...
Stock market sees worst one-day drop in months  Cumberland Times-News
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Contractor for 1 World Trade Center Is Charged With Fraud
The owner of a construction company hired to do extensive steel work on 1 World Trade Center was charged on Thursday with fraudulently obtaining $76 million by falsely claiming he was in compliance with requirements for hiring minority and female ...
Contractor hired to rebuild World Trade Center cheated Port Authority ...  New York Daily News
Contractor at WTC Site Charged With Fraud  Wall Street Journal
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Asian Shares Decline In Line With US Losses
The S&P/ASX 200 lost 1.3% in Sydney, after stocks on Wall Street experienced their biggest one-day decline since February in the previous session, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunging 1.9% on Thursday.
Australia shares slump 1.4 pct from six-year highs in broad selloff  Reuters
Australian Market Declines On Wall Street Lead  RTT News
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Action camera maker GoPro reports bigger loss as costs double
(Reuters) - GoPro Inc, which makes wearable cameras used by surfers, skydivers and other action junkies to post their exploits online, reported a bigger quarterly loss as costs nearly doubled.
GoPro Trading 3% Higher Following Earnings Beat (GPRO)  Ticker Report
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China Manufacturing Gauge Improves in July
BEIJING´┐ŻA closely watched gauge of manufacturing activity in China improved in July, the latest sign of recovery in the sector. The official manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index rose to 51.7 in July compared with 51.0 in June, marking a 27-month high, ...
China Manufacturing Gauge Rises to Two-Year High  Bloomberg
Taiwan manufacturing PMI rises in July  MarketWatch
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Tax Free Weekend Is this weekend
Stores all across middle Georgia are preparing for a big boost in customers. Shoppers will be exempt from the 4% Georgia sales tax along with any other local sales taxes.
Tax free holiday this weekend  Ruidoso News
State's tax-free weekend kicks off school year  Savannah Morning News
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Default fuels uncertainty, stock drop in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Stocks fell sharply in Argentina on Thursday as the country entered into economic uncertainty with its second default in 13 years, one forced upon it by New York hedge funds with the backing of U.S.
Argentines react to news of the country's debt default  BBC News
Argentine markets fall post-default, New York hearing on Friday  Reuters
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Mobileye Raises $890 Million as Largest Israeli IPO in the U.S.
Mobileye NV (MBLY), the Israeli company creating software for driverless cars, raised $890 million in its initial public offering in the U.S.. Mobileye, whose software anticipates potential collisions, and existing shareholders sold 35.6 million shares for $25 each, ...
UPDATE 1-Mobileye IPO priced at $25, values company at $5.31 bln  Reuters
Mobileye's IPO Prices Above Recently Raised Forecast  Wall Street Journal
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