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U.S. Car Sales Expected to Experience a Strong Rebound
Investors currently keep a close watch over automotive industry, since Wall Street has high expectations of it and two of its major players - General Motors and Ford.
Wall St Week Ahead-Strong sales could shift Ford, GM to higher gear  Reuters
Is it too early to celebrate the 7.3 percent growth in India's economy reported in ...
India's economy According to the recent business reports, India's economy showed a great boom as its GDP for the fiscal year 2014-15 showed a growth of 7.3%.
India's Economic growth surpasses China  Uncover California
Data shows Indian growth outstrips China's but economists doubtful  Reuters
Cashing In on a Charter-Time Warner Cable Merger
Whatever cable customers and regulators may think of Charter Communications' plans to acquire Time Warner Cable for $56 billion, one small group of men has reason to celebrate.
What Does the Merger of Charter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR) and Time ...  WallStreet.org
Charter Time Warner Might Be A Monopoly But Let's Identify The Right ...  Forbes
Policies working, ECB must persist with purchase programs: Constancio
SITGES, Spain The European Central Bank's monetary policy, aimed at raising inflation in the euro zone area, is working according to plan, ECB vice president Vitor Constancio said on Saturday, citing recent figures.
Effects of potential Greek default for banks not clear: ECB's Constancio  TODAYonline
ECB's Constancio Says Euro-Area Recovery Needs Higher Investment  Bloomberg
Greece open to compromise to seal deal this week - interior minister
ATHENS Greece's government is confident of reaching a deal with its creditors this week and is open to pushing back parts of its anti-austerity programme to make that happen, the country's interior minister said Saturday.
Creditors EU/IMF might agree to discuss with Greece if the latter reneges on ...  The Standard Daily
Greece Interior Minister Says Government Will Focus on Completing Bailout ...  Modern Readers
Bank of America Fined $30 Million for Improper Debt Collection from Military ...
Bank of America is making up for its mistake with promises to be more transparent with its banking policies, starting with the payment of the $30 million fine U.S.
Bank of America to Pay $30 Million, Fix Violations on Servicemembers' ...  Nasdaq
Bank of America in the Soup over Improper Collections from Military Members ...  Uncover Michigan
Passenger jet nearly collides with drone in mid-air; lasers target planes
A passenger jet nearly collided mid-air with a drone at 2,700 feet as it approached New York's LaGuardia Airport on Friday, the Federal Aviation Administration says.
U.S. Airliner Pulls Off Risky Move to Evade Drone Collision, Other Planes ...  WallStreet OTC
Laser Pointer Hit 5 Flying Planes in New York, FAA Says  Headlines & Global News
Sources say Intel close to finalizing deal to buy Altera
Intel Corp is near a deal to acquire Altera Corp in a purchase that would take out yet another chipmaker and add to a record year for industry consolidation, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Intel Takeover of Altera Is Expected  New York Times
Intel-Altera deal could help chipmaker extend reach in cloud  USA TODAY
Snapchat receives a fresh funding worth $537M, valued at around $16B
Snapchat revealed to the US regulators that it has raised a whopping fund of $537 million in the equity funding round. The amount could surpass the $650 million mark without any hassles.
Snapchat gets fresh funding of $537 million and is aiming for more  The Standard Daily
Snapchat is so popular investors are giving up on certain privileges in its ...  Business Insider
Saudi Arabia Pumps Crude at Record Pace Boosting OPEC Output
Saudi Arabia maintained crude production at a record this month, helping send OPEC output to the highest level since October 2012.
Saudi Arabia fights for oil market share as OPEC rivals flex production muscle  Financial Post
Saudi Aramco may raise rigs in 2016 if oil prices rise  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette