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Stock Markets Fall in Europe Amid Trouble at Portuguese Bank
Shares fell after the parent company of Banco Espirito Santo, Portugal's largest publicly traded bank, missed payments on some of its debt.
Stocks Slide With Portugal Bonds as Yen Gains; Oil Drops  Bloomberg
Portugal concerns compound global stock selloff  CNBC.com
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Malaysia raises interest rate in first hike in three years
Malaysia's central bank on Thursday raised a key interest rate to curb inflation in the first adjustment in more than three years, amid public protests over price hikes.
Malaysia Raises Benchmark Rate for First Time in Three Years  Bloomberg
BNM raises interest rate to 3.25%, as expected  The Rakyat Post
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Why Family Dollar Stores (FDO) Stock Is Sinking This Morning
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Family Dollar Stores (FDO) are down -2.71% to $62.50 in pre-market trade after the troubled discount retailer saw its third quarter profit drop by a third as the company resorted to discounts to clear inventory and competition ...
Family Dollar's profit hit by intense competition  MarketWatch
Family Dollar profit falls by a third  CNBC.com
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No End to Jetliner Boom, Says Boeing
Boeing Co. is forecasting a jetliner market of nearly 37,000 planes worth $5.2 trillion over the next 20 years. Associated Press. LONDON´┐Ż Boeing Co.
Boeing predicts aircraft demand over next 20 years  aircargoworld
Boeing raises forecast for new airplane demand  SFGate
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Report: Wyo. uninsured rate change meager post-ACA
A new report shows that the amount of uninsured people in Wyoming varies little from pre-Affordable Care Act levels. The report paired Kaiser Family Foundation data on how many Obamacare enrollees were gaining new coverage and other data showing ...
Report: 19-percent of New Mexicans still uninsured  KRQE News 13
Colorado ranks high for drop in uninsured after Affordable Care Act  Denver Business Journal
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Samsung Faces New Child-Labor Allegations
China Labor Watch said earlier it had found several cases of underage workers at a Samsung supplier known as Shinyang Electronics in Dongguan, China.
Facing fresh child labor claim, Samsung announces probe  Deutsche Welle
Samsung Electronics looks into child labour allegations at China supplier  Reuters
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American Apparel Deal Gives Retailer a Lifeline
After a bruising three-week battle over the future of American Apparel, the struggling retailer reached a deal with its largest shareholders on Wednesday, agreeing to remake its board and to try to shore up the company's finances.
American Apparel Strikes Rescue Deal With Investor  Bloomberg
Standard General, American Apparel Talks Continue As Co. Faces Default Notice  FINalternatives
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UPDATE 6-Modi budgets for Indian growth, aims to curb deficit
... * Budget vows to keep fiscal deficit for 2014/15 to 4.1 pct of GDP. * Targets 7-8 pct economic growth in 3-4 years. * Aims for deal with states on services tax by December.
India's startup sector to benefit from FM Arun Jaitley's maiden Budget  Economic Times
India vows to revive growth to 8% within three years  Financial Times
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Colorado Selling Over 10 Tons of Pot Every Month
The estimated annual market demand for marijuana in Colorado is roughly 130 metric tons, according to the first post-legalization study of the market.
Colorado marijuana use measured, and it's a lot  Denver Business Journal
Will marijuana make your kids stupid?  CNN
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What Deals Are in the Works at Sun Valley?
July 10 (Bloomberg) -- Jon Erlichman reports on possible deals being made at the Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. Erlichman speaks on ´┐ŻBloomberg Surveillance.
Security push targets drones at CEO event  Philly.com
Five richest tech moguls expected at Sun Valley  Telegraph.co.uk
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