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Gas prices fall ahead of Labor Day weekend
A custome fills a vehicle with gas at a Chevron station in San Francisco. (David Paul Morris / Bloomberg). By Jerry Hirsch contact the reporter · Labor Day.
Labor Day 2014 Gas Prices Fall  Atlantic Highlands Herald
Labor Day weekend could be busy travel time  WKTV
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Euro Slides for Seventh Week as Inflation Slows Before ECB Meets
The euro slid for a seventh-week, the longest stretch in more than a decade, as a report showed gains in consumer prices in the region slowed this month.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise, bond yields steady as ECB seen on hold  Reuters
S&P 500 ends week at record high  Financial Times
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US consumer spending drops 0.1 percent in July
Washington, DC, United States (4E) - Household spending in the U.S. declined in July, an indication that consumers are still cautious and continue to hold back on spending that could hurt economic growth in the second half of 2014.
Personal Income Growth Weakest Since December  Fox Business
U.S. consumer spending pauses, but rising confidence offers hope  GlobalPost
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US Stocks Finish August With Gains
The Dow industrials rose in a quiet preholiday session Friday, capping their biggest monthly gain since February. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 18.88 points, or 0.1%, to 17098.45.
Close Update: Wall Street Edges Higher on Upbeat Data, Shrugs off Increased ...  NASDAQ
Wall Street Rebounds from Thursday Losses, Google Testing Drone Delivery  WTMA
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Illinois Issues Long-Awaited Fracking Rules For Oil And Gas Companies
FILE - In this May 21, 2013 file photo, a protester attends a rally after a House committee hearing on "fracking" legislation at the state Capitol in Springfield, Ill.
State agency issues long-awaited fracking rules  Chron.com
DNR Releases Fracking Rules  WUIS 91.9
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Group challenges costs of PNM's coal plant proposal
ALBUQUERQUE - The state's largest electric utility is underestimating the costs that will be passed on to customers under a proposal to shut down part of an aging coal-fired power plant in northwestern New Mexico, according to a regulatory filing made ...
Critics challenge costs of PNM plan to shutter part of coal-fired power plan  The Republic
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German Envoy Sees More Russia Sanctions and Risk to Ties
European Union leaders will seek to widen financial sanctions on Russia at a summit tomorrow after Russian troops allegedly crossed into Ukraine, the German government's envoy for relations with Russia said.
Cameron pushes for more sanctions against Russians  The Times (subscription)
EU Seems Ready to Impose New Sanctions on Russia Over Ukraine  Wall Street Journal
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CFPB Announces New Senior Leaders and Board Members
The Consumer Advisory Board has new members and will hold a public meeting in September 2014. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has announced several new leaders within the bureau, as well as the appointment of new consumer finance ...
CFPB Names New Senior Leaders, Advisory Board And Council Members  Mortgageorb
NARCA President Among New Members of CFPB Consumer Protection ...  InsideARM
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Almost 1/3rd Of Americans Use Credit Cards For Small Purchases
A recent study suggests that around 1/3rd of Americans use a debit or credit cards to pay for purchases as small as $5 or less. The survey was undertaken by the Princeton Survey Research Associates International involving 1,497 adults between July 24th ...
What paying with plastic says about you  Detroit Free Press
33% of People Use Credit Cards for Purchases Under $5 Dollars  PFhub
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Rescuers locate 20 of 24 trapped in Nicaragua mine
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) - Rescuers on Friday located 20 of at least 24 gold miners trapped by a landslide in northern Nicaragua, but were not immediately able to bring them to safety.
Mine collapse in Nicaragua traps 20 people alive underground, two dig to safety  Radio Australia
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