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Former trader Hayes found guilty in world's first Libor trial
REUTERS - Ex-trader Tom Hayes was sentenced to 14 years in jail by a London court on Monday after being found guilty of conspiring to rig Libor benchmark interest rates following a seven-year global investigation.
Don't make Tom Hayes a scapegoat for the Libor scandal
Former trader given 14 years prison for market manipulation  New Zealand Herald
How to understand the effects of President Obama's new climate rules, in four ...
President Obama has placed an increasing focus on tackling climate change in the last 12 months, with a clear eye on his political legacy.
Power plan protects planet: Our view  USA TODAY
Calpine Supports EPA Clean Power Plan  MarketWatch
The end of coal? Alpha Natural bankruptcy points to industry troubles.
The bankruptcy filing by Alpha Natural Resources comes on the same day that the Obama administration released its Clean Power Plan, which calls for more reliance on renewable energy sources.
Flashback 2008: Obama Promised To 'Bankrupt' Coal Companies  Daily Caller
Big US coal miner Alpha Natural files for bankruptcy  Reuters
UPDATE 4-Bradesco to acquire HSBC Brazil unit, biggest-ever buy
... * HSBC sells Brazil unit at higher-than-expected price. * Deal helps Bradesco boost presence in high-end segment. * Bradesco preferred shares fall 4 percent.
Bradesco buys HSBC's Brazilian unit for $5.2 bn  Fox News Latino
HSBC sells up in Brazil as profits jump on Hong Kong boom  Irish Times
Greek shares nosedive as manufacturing data reveals economy in shock
The full extent of the damage caused by the Greek crisis was laid bare when the first day of stock market trading after five weeks of economic paralysis saw shares lose a sixth of their value.
Chinese manufacturing sector slows the most in two years  Irish Times
Global July factory growth muted as order growth eases - PMI | Reuters  Firstpost
Why a massive recall of Kraft Singles cheese slices? They could choke you.
Kraft Heinz has recalled 36,000 cases of individually wrapped cheese slices because they may pose a choking hazard, the company said in a statement.
Kraft Recalls Cheese Slices After Customers Choke on Packaging  Bloomberg
Kraft recalling 36000 cases of cheese over 'potential choking hazard'  Washington Post
China's stock market intervention: Are government efforts hindering recovery?
Western analysts say that the Chinese government's heavy-handed intervention is to blame for hindering the market's recovery and could hinder market reforms in the long-run.
Lessons from China's troubled stock markets  Hindu Business Line
Volatility continues to dog mainland markets  South China Morning Post (subscription)
UPDATE 4-German carmakers buy Nokia maps to fend off digital rivals
... * Audi, BMW, Mercedes to buy Nokia's HERE. * Carmakers take equal stakes. * Deal has total enterprise value of 2.8 bln euros.
Audi, Mercedes, BMW team up to buy Nokia's Here maps  Hindustan Times
Car Makers Map Out the Future With Nokia Deal  Wall Street Journal
Options market sees oil price fall despite OPEC confidence
(Refiles to correct spelling of ICAP's Shelton's surname in paragraphs 8, 15). By Amanda Cooper. LONDON (Reuters) - OPEC policymakers seem confident in a sustained recovery of oil prices from this year's lows as demand improves, but the derivatives ...
'New Money' Getting Treated to a Stock Sale on Monday  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Brent crude drops below $50 threshold, hitting six-month low
ISM manufacturing data raise some doubts about the economy
A key report on U.S. manufacturing is raising some doubt about the strength of the economy in the final half of the year. The Institute for Supply Management's manufacturing index, released about 30 minutes earlier than scheduled on Monday, fell to 52 ...
US Manufacturers Expand at Slower Pace in July  Wall Street Journal
US manufacturing sector growth slows in July: ISM  Reuters