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US GDP Grew 4.2% In The Second Quarter
On Thursday, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released its second estimate of real gross domestic product for the second quarter of 2014 - covering April, May and June of this year.
Second-quarter GDP revised up to 4.2%  MarketWatch
Economy in U.S. Expands 4.2%, More Than Previously Forecast  Bloomberg
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Economic growth for the Q2 revised up to 4.2%
The economy expanded even more rapidly than previously estimated in the second quarter, the government said Thursday. The nation's gross domestic product grew at a 4.2% annual rate, vs.
US economy grew at brisk 4.2 pct. rate in Q2  SFGate
US economy grew faster than previously thought  CBS News
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Ukraine fears weigh on global stock markets
LONDON - Fears of an escalation in the conflict in Ukraine weighed on global stocks markets Thursday, particularly in Russia, but sent the price of gold sharply higher as investors sought out what are considered to be safe places to park cash.
Wall Street opens down on Ukraine concerns  Reuters
Ukraine Tensions Spur US Stocks Downward  Wall Street Journal
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Warring Demoulas Billionaires Finally Settle Family Score With Market Basket Deal
Market Basket employees Eduin Uribe, left, and Kevin Pineda hoist a sign at a Market Basket supermarket location, Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, in Chelsea, Mass.
Workers Cheer Restored Market Basket CEO  ABC News
Photos: Arthur T. Demoulas is Back in Charge of Market Basket
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Jobless Claims in U.S. Little Changed as Economy Strengthens
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits were little changed last week as employers held on to staff in an improving economy.
US jobless claims fall for second consecutive week  Fox Business
Jobless claims drop 1000 to 298000 last week  USA TODAY
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JP Morgan Working Closely With Law Enforcement on Cyber Attack
The comments from J.P. Morgan come a day after the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it said it was "working with the United States Secret Service to determine the scope of recently reported cyber attacks against several American financial institutions.
FBI investigates alleged Russian cyber attack on Wall Street
JPMorgan Boosts Customer Data Protections After Attack  Bloomberg
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Spanish Economy Strengthens While Consumer Prices Drop
Domestic demand drove faster economic growth in Spain last quarter, while consumer prices extended a decline in August that has sparked a debate about another round of European Central Bank stimulus.
Spain's Economy Secretary sees positive inflation by year-end  Reuters
Spanish economy grows at fastest pace since 2007  GlobalPost
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Malaysia Airlines Posts Sixth Quarterly Loss Amid Delisting
Malaysian Airline System Bhd. (MAS), which lost a plane to a missile in Ukraine while another remains missing for months, reported a sixth quarter of losses as its majority owner considers a restructuring plan.
Malaysia Airlines loss nearly doubles on MH370 impact  Business Standard
Malaysia Airlines unveils major overhaul in battle for survival  The Independent
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German unemployment ticks up slightly in August
BERLIN (AP) - Germany's Federal Labor Office says the country's jobless rate ticked up slightly to 6.7 percent in August as 30,000 more people joined the ranks of the unemployed.
German jobless rate unchanged in August  The Australian
German joblessness up slightly in August, rate steady at 6.7 percent  Reuters UK
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Americans fear economy is permanently scarred
WASHINGTON - Americans are more worried about the economy than they were right after the Great Recession, new research suggests. A survey released by researchers at Rutgers University says that this pessimism exists despite record Wall Street gains ...
Survey: 61 Percent Of Americans Say Great Recession Permanently Hurt Economy  CBS Local
Why We're So Down in the Dumps About the Economy  The Fiscal Times
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