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The ECB's Mario Draghi Should Be Talking About Monetary Policy, Not Fiscal
After all, it is actually monetary policy in the eurozone that Mario Draghi is in charge of as the head of the European Central Bank.
Mario Draghi Gave A Fantastic Speech On What's Wrong With Europe, But He ...  Business Insider
Draghi at Deflation Gulch  New York Times (blog)
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Protesters brighten otherwise blah finale to Jackson Hole confab
A protester greets Fed Chair Janet Yellen between innings at Jackson Hole. (Screen shot from Bloomberg video). JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming, August 23, 2014 - The Maven didn't bother to file a report Friday, given that both Fed Chair Janet Yellen and ECB ...
Special Edition Grand Central: Live from Jackson Hole!  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Yellen urges caution on interest rates  Taipei Times
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Milestone watch: 2000 on S&P 500
Americans are an impatient bunch, more attuned to the pleasures of instant gratification than waiting around for good things to happen.
Market leaders seen taking S&P 500 to 2000  Reuters
S&P 500 Record Gives Stocks Best Week Since April on Fed  Businessweek
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Goldman to pay $3.15 billion, its largest ever bill, to settle mortgage claims
By Nathaniel Popper Goldman Sachs is paying its largest bill yet to resolve a government lawsuit related to the financial crisis. The bank said Friday that it had agreed to buy back $3.15 billion in mortgage bonds from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to end a ...
Goldman Sachs agrees to USD 1.2 billion settlement with Freddie, Fannie  WallStreet OTC
Goldman agrees to US$3.15bn mortgage buyback  Taipei Times
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Arthur T. Demoulas Said to Bid $1.5 Billion for Market Basket
Arthur T. Demoulas, ousted in a family feud as head of Market Basket, offered to buy full ownership of the U.S. supermarket chain for about $1.5 billion, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Governors say they're optimistic sale is imminent to resolve New England ...  Fox Business
Some Growers Win, Some Lose In Market Basket Tiff  WBUR
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Ukraine Rating Cut by Fitch as East Conflict Hurts Growth
Ukraine's credit rating was cut by Fitch Ratings, which cited a worsening economic outlook as the military conflict with pro-Russian separatists in the nation's east curbs business activity.
Fitch downgrades Ukraine local currency sovereign credit to CCC  MSN Money
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McDonalds Russia and it's 35000 staff is there to stay locals and tourists in Russia
Russian authorities have no plans of banning McDonald's fast food chain from operating in the country, Arkady Dvorkovich, Russia's deputy prime-minister, assured.
Russian Deputy PM says no plans to ban McDonald's: Itar-Tass  Reuters Canada
Russian Deputy PM says no plans to ban McDonald's - report  Reuters Africa
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President Obama tries to rally support for US Export-Import Bank's renewal
President Barack Obama, center, speaks with people on the porch while visiting with Valerie Jarrett and friends in Oak Bluffs, Mass.
Obama urges renewal of US Export-Import Bank
Obama lobbies for Ex-Im  Politico
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McDonald's Names New President for US Division
(OAK BROOK, Ill.) -- McDonald's announced a new president for its American division Friday, tapping Mike Andres as its new head following the retirement of Jeff Stratton.
McDonald's Announces Mike Andres as its New President in US  Uncover California
McDonald's Names New President In US Amid Sales Funk  Chinatopix
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Dynegy to Nearly Double Capacity With $6.25 Billion in Deals
Brayton Point power station in Somerset, Mass., is one of the plants that will be acquired by Dynegy. Boston Globe/Getty Images. Dynegy Inc. DYN +8.75% Dynegy Inc. U.S.
Gap, Dynegy, Foot Locker, Keurig, and GameStop are big market movers  Fox Business
Dynegy Surges After $6.25 Billion Bet on Power Prices  Businessweek
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