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Asian stocks steady on robust US data, dollar extends gains
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks were steady on Wednesday after strong U.S. housing data lifted Wall Street shares, helping nudge Treasury yields higher and keeping the dollar to extend gains against the euro and yen.
Asia stocks make slight gains, await Yellen speech  FederalNewsRadio.com
Asian shares slip ahead of US Fed chief's speech  GlobalPost
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Consumer prices up 0.1 percent last month
WASHINGTON - U.S. consumer prices rose in July at the slowest pace in five months, held back by a drop in gasoline prices. Consumer prices edged up a seasonally adjusted 0.1 percent last month, after larger gains of 0.3 percent in June and 0.4 percent in ...
Forex - Australian dollar a tad weaker as Stevens jawbones in parliament  NASDAQ
S&P 500 Approaches Record on Signs Fed to Keep Rates Low  Businessweek
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Apple shares close at all-time high weeks before iPhone 6 launch
The stock closed above $100, which marks a record for the electronics giant when accounting for June's 7-for-1 stock split. by Shara Tibken · @sharatibken; August 19, 2014 6:00 PM PDT.
Apple shares hit record highs amid new product rumours  The Australian Financial Review
Apple shares close at record high  Financial Times
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Home Depot Profits Shine; Stock Still Undervalued
Even after a big jump, shares are trading for less than their historical valuation. And they yield 2.3%. Email; Print; Comments; Order Reprints.
U.S. stocks ended higher Tuesday  FX News Call
Wall Street extends rally, lifted by Apple and robust housing data  Daily News & Analysis
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Construction of new homes hits eight-month high in July
A framer works on the roof line of a new home under construction Tuesday at the William Lyon Homes site in the Pavilion Park development in Irvine.
A late summer bloom in home building in the Midlands  Hilton Head Island Packet
HOW TO PLAY IT-Dipping into the noisy US housing market  Reuters
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Standard Chartered to pay $300 million for oversight shortfalls
NEW YORK (Reuters) - British banking company Standard Chartered Plc will pay a $300 million penalty and suspend or exit some important businesses after failing to weed out risky transactions that could be linked to money laundering.
NY regulator orders British bank StanChart to pay $300m in penalties  Stixs News
StanChart hit by high-risk client ban  Irish Times
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IG: Obamacare's Medical Device Tax Not Bringing In As Much Cash As Expected
Obamacare's controversial medical device tax isn't bringing in nearly as much cash as expected, according to a federal report issued Tuesday.
Audit: 'Obamacare' tax not meeting revenue target  Salon
In the Blogs: Maybe They Should Tax Doritos  Accounting Today
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All in the Family
The Demoulas family fight over Market Basket, the New England supermarket chain they own, has been a spectacle. Arthur T. Demoulas was ousted in June as the grocer's chief executive officer by a group led by his cousin Arthur S. Demoulas.
Market Basket owes Exeter, Newmarket thousands for trash bags  Seacoastonline.com
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China slaps Japan companies with record antitrust fine
China issues a dozen Japanese companies with the largest antitrust fine in recent history, though it gives two of the offenders a pass.
China levies record fine in auto industry pricing probe  Financial Times
China Fines Japanese Auto Parts Suppliers Over Price Monopoly  Bernama
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Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift have hit a sour note.
Sales of the pop stars' fragrances disappointed in the past year, pulling down earnings for beauty product giant Elizabeth Arden.
Celebrity Fragrances Add to Slide at Elizabeth Arden  New York Times
Stars' scents add to slide at Elizabeth Arden cosmetics  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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