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Recalls cost GM $1.5 billion
Recall expenses chopped $1.5 billion from General Motors' bottom line in the second quarter, as it added up the costs of repairs for nearly 30 million cars and set aside funds to compensate victims of small-car crashes.
Profits Plunge at General Motors  WTMA
General Motors Announces Six Recalls for Safety Issues  wgowam
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US stock futures rise as investors weigh earnings
NEW YORK (AP) - U.S. stock futures rose ahead of the opening bell on Thursday as several big companies across industries reported second-quarter earnings.
US STOCKS-Wall St flat as Caterpillar offsets Facebook  Reuters
US stocks stall in early afternoon amid earnings  Coos Bay World
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Is the Walmart New U.S. CEO Right for the Job?
Wall Street was generally unsurprised that Simon is leaving -- chatter that his departure may have been over disappointment at being passed up for promotion as Walmart's CEO earlier this year with the company instead choosing its international head, Doug ...
How Wal-Mart's new US head can right the business  CNBC.com
What's News´┐Ż  Wall Street Journal
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Ford's Second Quarter Surge May Be as Good as 2014 Gets
Ford Motor Co. (F)'s surprisingly strong second quarter profit may be as good as it gets this year for the automaker as it ramps up spending to introduce 23 new models worldwide and restructure its European operations.
GM Hurt by Recalls While Margin Growth Drives Ford Earnings  Fox Business
Ford makes first profit in Europe for three years  Telegraph.co.uk
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Revenue increases lift 2Q profits at airlines, which share the bounty with investors
In this May 15, 2014 photo, a ramp worker rolls past an American Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-82 at the Tampa International Airport in Tampa , Fla.
Fitch: Airline Buybacks Present Incremental Credit Risk  MarketWatch
Higher fares help lift profits for US airlines  Kansas.com
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Bloomberg on FAA travel ban: Israeli airport security 'infinitely better' than US
This is a rush transcript from "Your World," July 23, 2014. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: All right, back to FAA's travel ban to Israel, at least on the part of American carriers.
Delta Air Lines to resume Tel Aviv flights Thursday  Reuters
US airlines resume flights to Israel after FAA ban lifted  USA TODAY
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New home sales fall 8.1% in June
New sales of single-family homes fell 8.1% in June and May's previously-reported surge was slashed by a record revision. Paired with June's slippage, newly-updated sales figures for March, April and May show the industry's spring performance was weaker ...
New-Home Sales Slid 8.1% in June, Stirring Up a Growth Headwind  Wall Street Journal
US: New Home Sales Down 8.1% in June  HNN Huntingtonnews.net
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Across US job market, layoffs are becoming rare
In this photo taken Wednesday, July 16, 2014, job seeker U.S. Army veteran John Godman, right, talks to recruiters Nicole Rushton, left, and Megan Hogan, center, at a Hiring Fair For Veterans in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Weekly unemployment claims plunge to post-recession low of 284000  Los Angeles Times
Jobless aid applications drop to 8-year low  Herald Times Reporter
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China July HSBC flash PMI at 18-month high
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's factory activity expanded at its fastest pace in 18 months in July as new orders surged, a preliminary HSBC survey showed on Thursday, the latest indication that the economy is picking up as government stimulus measures kick in.
Asian shares mostly up on China manufacturing data  Oman Daily Observer
European stocks close higher  The Australian
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IMF hedges bets on asset bubbles
Ultra-low interest rates around the world are fuelling financial bubbles and pushing investors into overvalued assets, the International Monetary Fund has warned in a marked shift of policy.
IMF cuts global growth outlook, warns of stagnation risk in rich nations  Reuters India
UPDATE 1-IMF cuts global growth outlook, warns of stagnation risk in rich ...  Reuters
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