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US consumer prices rise on shelter costs, but inflation muted
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. consumer prices rose marginally in September, painting a weak inflation picture that should give the Federal Reserve ample room to keep interest rates low for a while.
Consumer Prices in US Rise 0.1% as Inflation Remains Muted  Businessweek
US Consumer Prices Up 0.1% in September  Wall Street Journal
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Social Security benefits will increase by 1.7% in 2015
Social Security checks will rise by 1.7% -- which translates into $22 more each month for the average retired worker. In 2015, the average worker will receive $1,328 a month, or $15,936 a year, according to the Social Security Administration.
Consumer inflation kept in check in September  MarketWatch
Social Security Benefits to Go up by 1.7 Percent  ABC News
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Strong passenger jet deliveries help Boeing earn $1.36B, topping Wall Street ...
FILE - In this May 30, 2013 file photo, a Boeing 737 airplane is assembled in Renton, Wash. Boeing Co. reports quarterly financial results before the market opens Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014.
Boeing raises profit forecast  Financial Times
Boeing Raises 2014 Profit Forecast as Jet Deliveries Rise  Bloomberg
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Talk of ECB Stimulus Steadies Europe Stocks
European stocks eased back from a near two-week high Wednesday, following a rally sparked by the possibility of further stimulus measures from the European Central Bank.
European stocks erase losses; climb for second day  MarketWatch
ECB eyes corporate bond buys to boost stimulus effect  Fortune
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Futures Flat as Traders Digest Data, Earnings
U.S. stock futures were little changed Wednesday, pausing after a three-day rally that carried the Dow back into positive territory for the year.
Wall St. edges higher after four-day rally  Reuters
When Hate Turns to Love: S&P 500 Win Streak Hits Four Days; Dow Back in ...  Barron's (blog)
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State Set to Award Subway Car Contract to Chinese Firm
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State to award subway car contract to Chinese firm  seattlepi.com
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Herb Greenberg on the Stock Market: Is Coke the New IBM?
SAN DIEGO (RealMoney) -- As it turns out, Coca-Cola's (KO) "Vision 2020," which calls for the company to "double revenues over the decade" is a lot like IBM's (IBM) now-tattered and abandoned 2015 "roadmap," which was a five-year plan to meet $20 in ...
Warren Buffett's bad week: $2.5B lost on two stocks  CNBC
Warren Buffett's Berkshire loses $2-billion on IBM, Coke  The Globe and Mail
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MPC minutes point to UK interest rates staying on hold
Expectations that UK interest rates will not rise in the near future have been boosted by a dovish set of Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee minutes showing the majority of members are far from convinced by the case for an early increase.
Pound falls after Bank of England minutes released  BBC News
Bank of England keeps interest rates steady  CTV News
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Coca-Cola Profit Declines 14%, Future Growth Plan Fails To Impress
As domestic sales slip and sparkling beverages fail to grow Coca-Cola knows it has a problem and has even come up with a solution.
The Coca-Cola Company to Participate in the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer ...  MarketWatch
2014 Third-Quarter and First Nine Months Results  CNNMoney
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GSK sees first Ebola vaccine doses ready late this year
LONDON Oct 22 (Reuters) - GlaxoSmithKline expects to have the first doses of its Ebola vaccine ready late this year and is looking to work with the rest of the pharmaceutical industry to scale up production.
Why GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Stock Is Up Today  TheStreet.com
GlaxoSmithKline shares up as profits beat forecasts  BBC News
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