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US Stocks Are Mixed as Corporate Earnings Roll In
U.S. stock indexes were mostly higher in midday trading Wednesday as investors weighed positive earnings in the technology sector against disappointing news out of aircraft giant Boeing and other companies.
US stocks drift following mixed corporate earnings  Washington Post
Stocks open mostly lower following mixed earnings  Madison.com
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Government Proposes Faster Changes in Rail Tank Cars
A tank car in North Dakota. Under the new rules, tank cars used for crude oil, ethanol and other petroleum products would require increased steel shielding and better thermal protections.
Obama's DOT proposes tougher oil-train safety rules  USA TODAY
Puncture-Prone Rail Cars May Be Phased Out in Two Years  Businessweek
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Are Pepsi Results Enough to End Peltz's Split Call?
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Schmitz, analyst at Deutsche Bank Securities, talks with Erik Schatzker about second-quarter results from Pepsi as the company raised its annual forecast on a reduction in costs and looks at whether the strong quarter is enough to ...
PepsiCo quarterly profit falls 2 percent  Fox Business
PepsiCo raises outlook, looks to new Lay's flavors  Madison.com
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SEC Ends Staple for Some Money Funds
The Securities and Exchange Commission is expected to vote Wednesday on reforms to money market funds aimed at preventing another run on the industry by panicked investors similar to the one at the height of the 2008 financial crisis.
SEC Approves Tighter Money Fund Rules  Wall Street Journal
US approves money market funds reform  Financial Times
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Airline will resume Israel flights if FAA approves
(CNN) -- [Breaking News Update 10:55 a.m. ET]. U.S. Airways will resume flights to Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport on Thursday if the U.S.
John Kerry Arrives in Israel in Effort to Broker a Gaza Cease-Fire  Boston.com
Kerry flies into Tel Aviv to push for cease-fire, amid FAA flight restrictions  Fox News
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German yields near record lows as EU mulls harsher Russia sanctions
... * Any tougher Russia sanctions seen hitting German growth * Spanish yields hit record lows as ECB seen supporting economy * Lower-rated euro zone bond yields flat to lower (Updates with Spanish yields hitting new lows, fresh quote) By Emelia ...
Europe edges up on earnings, risk aversion remains  Reuters India
Euro wobbles as Russian sanction fears repel investors  CNBC.com
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Tanker charge tarnishes Boeing's second-quarter profit
(Reuters) - Boeing Co reported a 52 percent jump in quarterly profit, helped by higher commercial plane deliveries and one-time tax gains, but investors were spooked by rising costs in its military tanker program.
Boeing Q2 profit jumps 52%, but revenue misses estimates; shares fall  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
Why Wall Street is fretting over Boeing's latest report  MarketWatch (blog)
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EU Will Set 30% Energy Savings Targets Under New Proposals � Source
BRUSSELS-European Union countries will have to strive to make energy savings of up 30% by 2030, according to contentious proposals to be announced shortly, a person familiar with the negotiations said Wednesday.
EU Approves UK Payments for Renewables, Power Capacity  Businessweek
EU Commission agrees 30 percent energy savings goal for 2030: sources  Reuters
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Deutsche Bank Finance Chief Faces Heat After Financial-Reporting Exposure
A confidential examination by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that Deutsche Bank's U.S. operations suffer from a litany of serious problems, including shoddy financial reporting, inadequate auditing and oversight and weak technology systems.
NY Fed found serious problems at Deutsche Bank's US arms: source  Reuters
NY Fed found serious problems at Deutsche Bank's US arms: sources  Chicago Tribune
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China Detains Five in Food-Safety Investigation
BEIJING�China detained employees of a U.S.-owned Chinese meat supplier that it says intentionally sold expired meat to fast-food chains in China, and accused management of planning the food-safety violations.
Meat expiration scare in China expands to Starbucks, Burger King (+video)  Christian Science Monitor
China detains five in US fast-food scandal  USA TODAY
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