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European Central Bank president Draghi sees inflation expectations slide
Brussels: Mario Draghi said inflation expectations have deteriorated across the euro area and signalled policy makers are ready to add fresh monetary stimulus.
Draghi at Deflation Gulch  New York Times (blog)
ECB's Mario Draghi Signals Departure From Austerity Focus  Wall Street Journal
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Goldman Sachs Agrees to Settlement worth $1.2 billion
In order to resolve claims of misleading U. S. mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Goldman Sachs has agreed to a settlement of $1.2 billion.
Goldman to pay $3.15 billion, its largest ever bill, to settle mortgage claims  Economic Times
Goldman Sachs To Shell Out $3.15B In Settlement Over Mortgage Bonds  International Business Times
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Highlights from Jackson Hole 2014
The Kansas City Fed's annual symposium held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is arguably year's most anticipated event when it comes to global monetary policy.
Chief Yellen says no 'simple recipe' for Federal Reserve on interest ...  Santa Cruz Sentinel
Yellen says shifts in job market make Fed rate decisions more difficult  CTV News
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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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Arthur T. Demoulas offers $1.5 billion for Market Basket
The end of the Market Basket saga appeared within reach late Friday after Arthur T. Demoulas offered to pay more than $1.5 billion to take control of the embattled company, and the governors of Massachusetts and New Hampshire expressed optimism an ...
Some growers win, some lose in Market Basket tiff  SunHerald.com
Globe: Arthur T.'s Market Basket Offer at $1.5 Billion  Boston.com
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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's LC IDR to 'CCC'  Focus News
Fitch Affirms AllianceBernstein American Income Portfolio's 'Strong ...  Reuters
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Obama Urges Renewal of US Export-Import Bank
U.S. President Barack Obama says more small businesses than ever are selling their products aboard, but that could all change unless Congress takes action.
Obama Urges Reauthorization of the US Export-Import Bank  Boston.com
Obama wants Export-Import Bank renewed  Investor's Business Daily
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McDonald's Announces Mike Andres as its New President in US
In a move to help reverse its deteriorating sales, McDonald's Corp. named a new president for its flagship U. S. chain. Mike Andres, 56, will take over as the new president.
McDonald's Names New President In US Amid Sales Funk  Chinatopix
New McDonald's executive inherits challenges in struggling US division  Omaha World-Herald
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Roundup: Keurig strikes deal with Kraft on coffee brands; more
Keurig Green Mountain said it struck a deal to make Kraft's branded coffees, such as Maxwell House and Gevalia, for its single-serve brewing systems.
Keurig Abuzz On Kraft Deal As Licensing Pacts Abound GMCR KRFT  Investor's Business Daily
Keurig Green Mountain signs deal to make Kraft coffee pods  Reuters
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Dynegy to buy Duke, Energy Capital plants for $6.25 billion
Houston-based Dynegy Inc. agreed to buy $6.25 billion of power plants - including one just south of Philadelphia International Airport - from Duke Energy Corp.
Dynegy Plans to Double its Generating Capacity to almost 26000 MW  Uncover California
Dynegy looks to restore position in $6 billion deal  Houston Chronicle
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