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U.S. stocks extended their winning streak
U.S. stocks extended their winning streak Wednesday after a brief turn lower on jitters about the outlook for Federal Reserve policy.
Nifty likely to open flat; investors await FOMC minutes  Moneycontrol.com
Fed minutes signal growing pressure to raise interest rates sooner  Los Angeles Times
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Bank of America Expected to Settle Huge Mortgage Case for $16.65 Billion
Photo. Brian T. Moynihan, the chief of Bank of America. He spoke on the phone with Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.Credit Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.
Bank of America and DOJ near $17 billion settlement over mortgage securities  Washington Post
Mortgage accord with Bank of America comes closer to a finale  Houston Chronicle
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Target lowers forecast as sales slump, Canadian losses widen
NEW YORK - Target Corp., still struggling to rebound from last year's hacker attack, cut its forecast for the year as slumping sales and a money-losing push into Canada take a toll on profit.
'Too much, too early'  The Telegram
Target's recipe for fixing Canada: Make it more like the US  Fortune
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Jackson Hole rally at risk as investors anticipate dovish Yellen
Every time then-Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke spoke at the annual monetary policy symposium in the shadow of Wyoming's Teton mountains since 2007, stocks rallied.
Yellen to give her outlook as Fed honeymoon fades  The Seattle Times
Fed is torn over the timing for boosting interest rates  Los Angeles Times
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China Manufacturing Gauge Drops in Sign Growth Pickup Stalls
A Chinese manufacturing gauge fell more than analysts estimated in August, as a credit slowdown and property slump add to risks that the world's second-largest economy will miss its growth target this year.
China factory index falls to 3-month low in August  Washington Post
HSBC China Flash PMI Falls to 50.3 in August  Wall Street Journal
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Dollar General Questions Motivation of Rival's CEO
Photo. Together with Family Dollar, Dollar General would have almost 20,000 stores and more than $28 billion in revenue.Credit Eric Gay/Associated Press.
Dollar General Says It Was Misled by Family Dollar During Talks  Bloomberg
Dollar General says Family Dollar did not disclose talks with Dollar Tree  Reuters
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Dollar Rises to 11-Month High on Fed; Aussie Slides on China PMI
The dollar rose to the strongest level since September against the euro as traders increased bets that the Federal Reserve will lift interest rates next year.
China's Stock-Index Futures Little Changed Before Flash PMI Data  Businessweek
Hong Kong Hang Seng Index end at new 6-year high on strong earnings  Reuters
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Hacked: UPS Suffers Security Breach of Customers Data in 51 Stores
United Parcel Service, the largest package-shipping company in the world has suffered a breach in computer data. It is said that few stores of UPS has been a victim of hacking, leading to stealing of customer's data, which includes both personal info and ...
UPS: We've Been Hacked  TIME
2 North Texas UPS Locations Among Those Breached By Malware  CBS Local
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Hewlett-Packard Revenue and Cash Flow Improve, but Earnings Fall
Hewlett-Packard's third-quarter revenue edged out what analysts on Wall Street had expected the company would generate. Credit Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.
PC Sales Boost HP Revenue Up for First Time Since 2011  eWeek
HP to return to dealmaking as sales recover  Financial Times
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Eruption risk rising for earthquake-racked volcano in Iceland
The eruption of a volcano under Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull glacier, shown in this April 17, 2010, photo, spewed ash across northern Europe, menacing continental and transatlantic aviation for a week.
Airlines monitor possible volcanic activity in Iceland  Detroit Free Press
Iceland evacuates tourists over volcanic eruption fears  TVNZ
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