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U.S. stocks extended their winning streak
U.S. stocks extended their winning streak Wednesday after a brief turn lower on jitters about the outlook for Federal Reserve policy.
Dow, S&P 500 rise after Fed minutes reassure on rates  Moneycontrol.com
Fed Fine-Tuned Rate Liftoff, Balance Sheet Reduction Strategy in July Meeting  Fox Business
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Asia shares sour on China, US dollar in demand
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares came under pressure on Thursday as a disappointing survey on Chinese manufacturing overshadowed better news from Japan, while the U.S.
Metals slip on royalty rates hike, China PMI at 3-month low  Moneycontrol.com
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares sour on China, US dollar in demand  Reuters UK
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Bank of America agrees to nearly $17B settlement
Bank of America has agreed to pay nearly $17 billion to settle federal and state allegations it sold risky, mortgage-backed securities to investors before the national financial crisis, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday.
Reports: Bank of America agrees to $17B settlement  Al Jazeera America
BofA mortgage settlement with US may come as soon as today  Livemint
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Dramas to match scenery at Jackson Hole
The annual August summits of the world's top central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, have a dramatic mountain backdrop, but the conference titles are not exactly works of blockbuster film writers.
How to deal with Jackson Hole 'rate rage'  CNBC
Jackson Hole rally at risk as investors anticipate dovish Yellen  Chicago Tribune
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Dollar Extends Gains Against Yen On Hawkish FOMC Minutes
The dollar extended its gains against the yen during Asian trading Thursday after the minutes of the latest meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee sounded a more hawkish tone.
Investors still underweight on emerging markets: Robert Parker, Credit Suisse  Economic Times
Rand weaker as dollar firms  iAfrica.com
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Target sees signs of progress, but cuts outlook for year [Star Tribune ...
Executives sounded upbeat about a strong start to the back-to-school shopping season Wednesday as they discussed the retailer's latest quarterly results.
Target reports 62% drop in earnings, cuts profit forecast  Los Angeles Times
Target lowers forecast as sales slump, Canadian losses widen  Chicago Tribune
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Texas Car Lender Is Accused of Distortion in Subprime Inquiry
Photo. Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, at a House panel last month.Credit Yuri Gripas/Reuters.
Auto loan delinquencies rise as subprime lending gains steam  Fortune
US car loan delinquencies rise slightly  Manisteenews
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Earthquakes near Iceland volcano cause eruption concerns
FILE-- This is a Saturday, May 8, 2010 file image taken from video of a column of ash rising from Iceland's Eyjafjallajokul volcano.
Volcano Threatens Game  New York Times
Iceland volcano eruption would shut down air travel: authority  News24
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UPS Store Computer Breach May Put Customer Data at Risk
United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS:US) said a breach of computer security at some of its UPS Store retail outlets may have exposed customers' personal and payment data this year.
UPS Stores Hacked  Chinatopix
UPS Admits to Loss of Credit Card Data at 51 Stores  VPN Creative
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Family Dollar CEO Said to Reject Merger Requests to Protect Job
The letter from Dollar General CEO Rick Dreiling comes days after his company, the biggest dollar-store chain in the U.S., offered to pay $9 billion in cash for Family Dollar, the second-biggest.
UPDATE 1-Dollar General questions motives of Family Dollar CEO  Reuters
Dollar General questions motives of Family Dollar CEO  WTAQ
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