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Fed mulls policy exit, eyes end of asset purchases
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve has begun detailing how it plans to ease the U.S. economy out of an era of loose monetary policy, indicating it will end its asset purchases in October and appearing near agreement on a plan to manage ...
Selected highlights from the Fed minutes  MarketWatch
Fed likely to end bond-buying program in October  Washington Post
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American Apparel receives financing
Passers-by walk down the street past the American Apparel store in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
Investigation into American Apparel's ex-CEO to wrap up soon  Reuters
American Apparel deal keeps Dov Charney on as consultant - for now  Los Angeles Times
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American teens can't read a pay slip
Fewer than 30% of U.S. teens understand their paycheck, according to the financial literacy portion of a test administered by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Kiwi teens better than average when it comes to money  New Zealand Herald
In financial literacy, US teens score below Latvia  USA TODAY
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Alcoa results help stocks stanch 2-day slide
NEW YORK - Corporate earnings season got off to a positive start on Wednesday, helping to lift the stock market from two days of declines.
WALL STREET: Stocks close higher thanks to corporate earnings  abc7news.com
How the Dow Jones industrial average did Wednesday  SFGate
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The wrong folks get billions in tax dollars
The federal government is continuing to dole out billions of dollars to people who shouldn't get them. More from KY3. The wrong folks get billions in tax... Stocks: Things are looking up · Chinese teens beat US peers in money... Vatican turns to Wall Street to fix ...
Government made $100B in improper payments  Press of Atlantic City
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Portugal 10-year bond rate rises over bank
Mark Bouris Myths bustedHome loans can seem a bit complicated and overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be. Mark Bouris clears up some common misconceptions.
Espirito Santo Creditors Doubt Containment After Missed Payments  Businessweek
Espirito Santo International Delays Repayment of Debt to Private-Bank Clients  Wall Street Journal
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Banks face intensified sanctions probes in US
Following BNP Paribas' record $8.9 billion in penalties for violating U.S. economic sanctions, federal and state authorities are intensifying investigations of other foreign banks over signs of similar infractions.
Bank BNP Paribas pleads guilty to violating rules  SFGate
BNP pleads guilty again in $9 billion US sanctions accord  Chicago Tribune
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Dollar falls after FOMC minutes
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - The dollar reversed earlier gains against most major currencies, with the exception of the yen, in the wake of minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting Wednesday that showed it would end its asset-purchasing program in ...
Dollar weakens against euro, yen as Fed remains dovish  Reuters India
Dollar Fluctuates as Fed Releases Minutes of June Policy Meeting  Businessweek
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PCs see surprising gain in US as global decline slows
PCs are seeing surprising strength, especially in the US, according to IDC. Are some tablet models starting a slow fade? by Brooke Crothers · @mbrookec; July 9, 2014 3:55 PM PDT.
PC sales record slight world-wide growth  MarketWatch
Swoon in PC Sales Eases  Wall Street Journal
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Sandwich chain Potbelly forecasts weaker-than-expected results
July 9 (Reuters) - Sandwich chain Potbelly Corp estimated second-quarter revenue and profit below analysts expectations, hurt by lower-than-expected comparable store sales and higher expenses, mostly for advertisements.
Greenberg: No Surprise in Potbelly's Flop  TheStreet.com
Potbelly Falls As Profit Forecast Trails Estimates  Bloomberg
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