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U.S. Stocks Weighed Down by China
U.S. stocks fell on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average stepping back from an all-time high, as uncertainty about China's growth injected caution into global markets.
US stocks drop as China weighs on markets  Columbus Telegram
US stocks open lower as China weighs on markets  Northwest Georgia News
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Existing home sales fall 1.8 pct in US
Sales of existing homes declined 1.8 percent in August to an annualized rate of 5.05 million, the first fall in five months, the National Association of Realtors said Monday.
Investors leaving housing high and dry  CNBC
Existing home sales fall in August: a tale of two housing markets  Christian Science Monitor
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Draghi defends ECB's cheap lending scheme
Mario Draghi has defended the European Central Bank's latest attempt to stave off economic stagnation in the eurozone, saying that the poor take-up of the ECB's first offer of cheap four-year loans was in line with the central bank's expectations.
Draghi says more ECB action possible as outlook deteriorates  Chicago Tribune
ECB's Draghi says ready to use more unconventional tools  Reuters
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Tesla Falls After JPMorgan Outlines Cautious Estimates
Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA:US) fell to the lowest level in almost seven weeks after a JPMorgan Chase & Co. analyst projected a share price of less than $200, suggesting fewer vehicle sales than are implied by battery-factory plans.
Why Tesla (TSLA) Stock Is Down Today
Tesla's Latest v6.0 Software to Enhance Model S Features
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The UPS Store will 3-D print stuff for you
UPS (UPS) announced plans Monday to bring in-store 3-D-printing services to nearly 100 stores across the country, billing itself as the first national retailer to do so.
The UPS Store to Roll Out 3D Printing Services to 100 Stores NationWide
UPS Store adding 3D printing at 100 more stores  Triad Business Journal
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Mortgage Lending Fell in 2013 as Rates Rose: Report
Mortgage lending fell in 2013 from the year before primarily due to rising interest rates that made buying a house more expensive, according to data released Monday by a group of banking regulators.
Mortgage lending drops in 2013 on decline in refinancing  Reuters
New Mortgage Loans Fell 11% in 2013 to 8.7 Million  Wall Street Journal
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Rockefeller Brothers Fund sells coal and oil sands investments
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced on Monday that it was selling its investments in the coal industry and in Canada's oil sands, and reviewing its remaining fossil fuel holdings for possible sale in one or two years.
Philanthropies, including Rockefellers, and investors pledge $50 billion ...  Reuters
Rockefellers to divest fossil fuel assets  MSNBC
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Tesco shares mauled as accounting error hits profit view
LONDON (MarketWatch) - More than $3.5 billion was wiped from Tesco PLC's stock-market value Monday and some senior staffers were suspended after the U.K.
Tesco suspends four executives over �250m accounting scandal
Tesco Investors Vent Amid Probe Into Overstated Profit Estimates  Businessweek
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TPG Group to Buy Cassidy Turley and Combine It With DTZ
A joint venture including TPG Capital agreed to buy commercial real estate services firm Cassidy Turley and combine it with DTZ Group to create a global property brokerage.
Cassidy Turley acquisition is now official, could set stage to take the D.C. ...  Washington Business Journal
Cassidy Turley agrees to be acquired by TPG-backed investment group  Dallas Business Journal
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UPDATE 6-Oil falls sharply on sluggish demand, ample supply
... * Weak economic outlook in China, Europe weighs on prices. * Analysts expect OPEC to cut output to support prices. * U.S. October crude contract expires on Monday (Rewrites with updated prices and analyst comment; changes byline and dateline, ...
WTI oil falls to 1-week low after U.S. housing data disappoints  NASDAQ
Why oil prices are dropping despite Mideast unrest  Huffington Post
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