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Greece: A Look at the Major Disagreements Between the Country and European ...
Some of Europe's most powerful money leaders said that the ball is in Greece's court to prevent a nationwide catastrophe. The Eurogroup, comprised of the ministers of the euro area member states, said at the end of their meeting today that they are ...
UPDATE 1-Eurogroup to hold conference call on Greek ESM request Wednesday  Reuters
Greece to put proposals in writing, says Dijsselbloem  Irish Times
Financial Times  
Greece fails to offer new bailout plan at summit
ATHENS - Greece failed Tuesday to present new written bailout proposals at an emergency meeting in Brussels, an official said, dealing a possible setback to efforts to salvage the country's financial rescue before banks run out of cash.
The Short Answer What Would Grexit Look Like?  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Greeks' meeting with euro partners end for day without fresh proposals  Los Angeles Times
Global political and economic upheaval threatens US growth, IMF warns
WASHINGTON, July 7 A global slowdown in economic growth, together with political and economic upheaval in places like Greece, the Middle East and Ukraine, could hurt U.S.
IMF could play its part to save Greece  Financial Times
IMF Reiterates Call for Fed to Hold Off on Rate Rise Until 2016  Wall Street Journal
Carnival could set sail to Cuba next year
The company received U.S. government approval to travel to Cuba, but still needs approval from the island nation. "There is a huge pent-up demand," Arnold Donald, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation (CUK) told CNNMoney.
Carnival Corp. plans cruises to Cuba from Florida starting in 2016  Fox News Latino
Carnival gets US approval to operate Cuba cruises  Reuters
Canada's Trade Deficit Widens in May
OTTAWA—Canada's trade gap widened more than expected in May as non-energy exports fell, indicating that Canadian exporters outside the oil patch are struggling despite a weaker Canadian dollar and a strengthening U.S.
CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Canada trade deficit widens in May as exports fall  Reuters
US Trade Deficit Widens in May, Weakness Abroad Fuels Export Drop  NDTV
China stock rout has earmarks of past crashes
An investor observes stock market at a stock exchange hall on July 7, 2015 in Fuyang, Anhui Province of China. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images).
Global markets slide as investors watch Greece talks  Sacramento Bee
China stocks fall in defiance of Beijing's support efforts  Financial Times
Home prices hit new highs in 10 states
A limited supply of listings continues to push home prices higher across the nation—so much higher that 10 states and the District of Columbia hit new home price peaks in May.
Are you a 'House Hunters' fanatic? Guess these home prices with our ...  Christian Science Monitor
Atlanta area home prices up  Atlanta Journal Constitution
American Apparel to close stores, cut jobs
Struggling teen clothing retailer American Apparel Inc launched a restructuring plan to cut costs but warned it may not be enough to meet funding requirements in the next 12 months.
American Apparel plans closures, layoffs  Newsday
American Apparel cuts jobs, stores to battle sales slump  CTV News
How Much More Starbucks Customers Will Pay Each Year With Today's Price Hike
The latest jump in Starbucks coffee prices today makes a cup of joe a greater luxury for many. The price increase is 5 to 20 cents for most beverages starting today, which the company attributed to various business factors.
Starbucks expanding cold brew nationwide  CNBC
Starbucks (SBUX) Stock Sliding With Higher Drink Prices
UPDATE 1-HP's Veghte to succeed Dave Goldberg as SurveyMonkey CEO
(New throughout, adds details). July 7 (Reuters) - Online polling company SurveyMonkey has named former HP executive Bill Veghte chief executive, succeeding Dave Goldberg, who died in an accident in May after helping build it into one of the biggest ...
HP's Bill Veghte is new SurveyMonkey CEO  USA TODAY
SurveyMonkey Names Bill Veghte As CEO, Replacing Late David Goldberg  Wall Street Journal