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Jobs Hold Sway Over Yellen-Carney as Central Banks Splinter
Before the Federal Reserve and fellow central banks go to work raising interest rates, they first need others to go to work. That's the signal from policy makers worldwide, as even those whose mandates focus on inflation put the health of labor markets at the ...
Carney says UK rate rise drawing closer  Financial Times
BOE Vote 9-0 as Some MPC See Lower Risks From Rate Increase  Businessweek   Related articles »  
US, European airlines suspend air service to Israel after rocket lands near airport
U.S. and European airlines suspended flights into Israel Tuesday after a Hamas rocket leveled a house near Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport - and the U.S.
Q&A: Why are airlines halting flights to Tel Aviv?  Financial Times
FAA tells US airlines that all flights to Tel Aviv airport prohibited for 24 ...  Fox News
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Bank of Spain Says Growth Accelerated in Second Quarter
Spanish growth accelerated in the second quarter as the euro region's fourth-largest economy is set to enter a second year of recovery from the deepest recession in the nation's democratic history.
Spanish Growth Quickens, Says Central Bank  Wall Street Journal
Spain's central bank says economy grew 0.5 percent in Q2, confirms ...  Fox Business
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SEC poised to end $1 a share for some money funds
Regulators are expected to vote Wednesday to end a longtime staple of the investment industry�the fixed $1 share price for money-market mutual funds�at least for some money funds used by big investors.
SEC to Vote on Controversial Money-Market Fund Overhaul  Wall Street Journal (blog)
US SEC poised to adopt reforms for money market funds  Reuters
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FOREX-Euro hit by concerns over tougher Russia sanctions, diverging rate outlook
... * Euro hits new lows against dollar and sterling. * BoE minutes in focus. * Australian dollar rises on surprisingly high core inflation.
Euro hit by concerns over tougher Russia sanctions, diverging rate outlook  Reuters India
Dollar firms, euro cracks under rates pressure  Economic Times
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Ackman's Lesson on How Emotion Undermines a Trade: Opening Line
Herbalife (HLF:US) Chief Financial Officer John Desimone is suggesting his company may file suit against Bill Ackman after yesterday's three-hour circus.
Bill Ackman's other bet: That regulators will spend as much on Herbalife ...  MarketWatch (blog)
Herbalife Rallies in Face of New Attack by Ackman  Wall Street Journal
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Comcast posts 14.8 percent quarterly profit jump
The cable-and-Internet giant operated smoothly amid the Time Warner Cable deal, the CEO said. JOE RAEDLE / Getty Images. The cable-and-Internet giant operated smoothly amid the Time Warner Cable deal, Gallery: Comcast posts 14.8 percent quarterly ...
UPDATE 3-Comcast profit boosted by internet subscriber growth, NBC  Reuters
Comcast Speeds Up X1 Rollout  Multichannel News
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Chinese construction firm gets funds, avoids landmark bond default: sources
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A troubled Chinese construction company avoided a landmark bond default at the last minute on Wednesday, raising enough funds to pay off both principal and interest on a 400 million yuan ($64.51 million) bond, people directly ...
China Averts Second Corporate Default as Huatong Pays Bonds  Bloomberg
China may avoid second bond default, thanks to bailout  MarketWatch
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Daimler's Mercedes Widens Margin as Sedans Help Chase BMW
Daimler AG (DAI)'s plan to restore its Mercedes-Benz brand to the top of the luxury-car market gained traction in the second quarter as surging deliveries of the flagship S-Class sedan propelled a jump in profitability.
Daimler AG's share price up, posts a sharp rise in quarterly earnings ...  Binary Tribune
Daimler second-quarter profit boosted by new models  Business Recorder
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Japanese officials order removal of war memorial for Korean labourers
Japanese women hold portraits of South Korean, Chinese, Philippine and Taiwanese former comfort women who were sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during the second world war, in a protest in Tokyo in 2007.
Tokyo Governor Seeks Better Ties With Seoul  Wall Street Journal (blog)
S.Korea, Japan resume 'comfort women' talks  GlobalPost
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