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Fed survey sees growth return to US
Growth seems to have returned to the US economy over the past two months albeit at a “modest to moderate pace” and with a strong dollar continuing to cast its shadow, according to the Federal Reserve.
Wage gains appear broad, if muted, Fed's Beige Book reports  MarketWatch
Fed sees moderate economic growth around country this spring  Lynchburg News and Advance
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ECB President Hints at Concession for Greece
FRANKFURT - The message to Greece from European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt on Wednesday was, on the surface, much the same as it has always been: Stick to the program.
Capital controls jitters triggered Greek deposit outflows - bankers  Reuters
Gold eyes largest one-day loss more than a week  MarketWatch
ADP: Businesses added 201000 jobs in May
Businesses added 201,000 jobs in May, payroll processor ADP said Wednesday, as the labor market continued to bounce back from a rough winter.
Survey: US business hiring picks up in May to 201000  Imperial Valley Press
Survey: US business hiring picks up in May  Finance and Commerce
Canada's April Trade Deficit Narrows to $2.39 Billion
OTTAWA—Canada posted its second-biggest trade deficit on record in April, missing market expectations by a hefty margin, partly due to a weak performance by nonenergy exports.
US trade deficit drops sharply to $40.9 billion in April  U-T San Diego
US trade, jobs data encouraging; services sector disappoints  Business Standard
The U.S. and world economies are slowing down
The world economy is on track to grow less this year than last year, according to the latest forecast from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
OECD Cuts 2015 Global Forecast  Voice of America
OECD Cuts Global Growth Forecast as Greek Default Weighs
Wall St up as Greek optimism grows
Trader George Baskinger works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. File photo / AP. Wall Street moved higher overnight amid optimism Greece will reach a deal with international creditors soon, while the latest US economic data kept alive ...
Wall Street jumps on data, Greece  The Australian
US Stocks Rise on Positive Data, Greece Talks  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 1-New York regulator issues final virtual currency rules
(Adds comment, details). By Karen Freifeld and Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss. NEW YORK, June 3 (Reuters) - New York state issued on Wednesday its final rules for companies that operate in virtual currencies such as bitcoin, doing little to accommodate ...
Top NY regulator issues final rules for bitcoin licenses
Final BitLicense Rules for New York State Released Today by NYDFS ...  Bitcoin Magazine
Service sector expanded at a slower pace in May
The service sector expanded at a slower pace in May amid continued cutbacks in oil production. The Institute for Supply Management said Wednesday its non-manufacturing index fell to 55.7 from 57.8 in April, below the 57 expected by economists.
Growth in US Services Firms Slowed in May to 12-Month Low  ABC News
ISM Nonmanufacturing Index Eases to 55.7 in May -- Update  Nasdaq
Wal-Mart relaxing dress code in bid to address worker concerns
June 3 Wal-Mart Stores Inc said it was relaxing its dress code and raising the temperature at its stores as part of an effort to improve working conditions at its 4,555 U.S.
Wal-Mart to let workers add denim pants to work wardrobe
Walmart heating up stores after workers complain of cold temps
UPDATE 1-US charges four with insider trading in stock offerings
... * Criminal, civil charges filed in New Jersey. * Defendants accused of short-selling prior to 14 offerings (Adds details of allegations, case citations, byline).
Feds charge four in insider trading scheme  New York Post
Prosecutors: 4 accused of roles in insider trading scheme