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Stock futures fall sharply on Portuguese, Italian woes
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures fell sharply on Thursday as European shares tumbled on growth concerns after weak data out of Italy and concern over the health of Portugal's top listed bank.
Portugal concerns compound global stock sell-off  CNBC.com
Portugal Hit by Worries Over Banco Esp�rito Santo  Wall Street Journal
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Fed minutes: QE likely to end in October
Federal Reserve officials indicated at their June meeting that the monthly bond-buying program could end sooner rather than later�with an October exit growing increasingly likely.
Dollar Pressured By Dovish Fed Minutes  NASDAQ
Fed ponders risk-takers in bond strategy  Philly.com
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Gold soars as stocks fret over Fed minutes
MADRID (MarketWatch) - Gold prices jumped sharply on Thursday for a second straight day of gains, while stock futures tumbled as the reality of the Federal Reserve's end to its bond-buying program began to gel with investors.
MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks: Futures Plunge On Fed, Portugal Bank Woes  NASDAQ
Still shaky despite Fed assurance  Business Recorder
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Boeing raises forecast for new aircraft demand, single-aisle planes lead the ...
Boeing is raising its long-term forecast for new airplane demand by more than 4 percent and it's still the Asia-Pacific region that is driving most of the growth.
Boeing: Demand for 36770 Aircraft Valued at $5.2 Trillion  Monitor Daily
Boeing Lifts Demand Forecast For 20 Years, Sees 36770 Deliveries Worth $5.2 Tln  NASDAQ
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Potbelly Corp Price Target Cut to $14.00 (PBPB)
Potbelly Corp logo Analysts at Piper Jaffray dropped their target price on shares of Potbelly Corp (NASDAQ:PBPB) from $19.00 to $14.00 in a research report issued to clients and investors on Thursday.
Potbelly Falls As Profit Forecast Trails Estimates  Bloomberg
Potbelly Shares Slide On Crumbling Same Store Sales  Forbes
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Pound Weakens on Housing, Trade Data as BOE Holds Rate
The pound fell against the dollar as Bank of England policy makers kept interest rates at a record low, and after data showed London house prices rose at their slowest pace in 15 months as the U.K.
Bank of England Maintains Benchmark Rate at 0.5%  Bloomberg
Bank of England Leaves Key Interest Rate Unchanged  New York Times
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Restructuring efforts pinch Family Dollar in 3Q
MATTHEWS, N.C. (AP) - Family Dollar's third-quarter profit declined 33 percent as the discount store seeks firmer footing in an industry that has grown intensively competitive.
Family Dollar's Profit Declines  Wall Street Journal
Profits drop at Family Dollar amid takeover attempt  Charlotte Observer
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Asian Markets Mostly Trade Higher On Wall Street Cues
Asian stock markets are mostly trading higher on Thursday, tracking cues from Wall Street where the major averages ended on a firm note overnight following a positive reaction to results from Alcoa.
Cramer: Share boosting transformation underway  CNBC.com
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American Apparel Deal Gives Retailer a Lifeline
After a bruising three-week battle over the future of American Apparel, the struggling retailer reached a deal with its largest shareholders on Wednesday, agreeing to remake its board and to try to shore up the company's finances.
American Apparel Strikes Rescue Deal With Investor  Bloomberg
Standard General, American Apparel Talks Continue As Co. Faces Default Notice  FINalternatives
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Taiwan diplomat fears China-Japan 'explosive' incident
China's territorial dispute with Japan over a chain of uninhabited islands in the East China Sea could lead to an "explosive" confrontation, Taiwan's top diplomat in the United States warned Wednesday.
Asian shares end mostly higher  The Australian
GLOBAL MARKETS-Fed relief lifts Asian stocks, dents dollar  Reuters
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