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US SEC poised to adopt reforms for money market funds
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators are expected to adopt rules on Wednesday that force "prime" money market funds used by large institutions to float their share price.
SEC to adopt money fund regulations  Seeking Alpha
SEC poised to end $1 a share for some money funds  Winona Daily News
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FOREX-Dollar firms, euro cracks under rates pressure
... * Euro pushes to fresh 2014 low against dollar as support gives. * Australian dollar rises on surprisingly high core inflation.
FOREX-Dollar rises as US bond yields hold firm  Reuters UK
Dollar rises ahead of US inflation data, euro weak below $1.35  Economic Times
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John Kerry arrives in Tel Aviv to broker cease-fire
GAZA CITY - Palestinian Liberation Organization leader Mahmoud Abbas is backing Hamas' core conditions for a cease-fire, he announced Wednesday, in a bid to end more than two weeks of Israeli-Hamas hostilities that have left hundreds of Palestinians ...
Kerry Arrives in Israel to Broker Cease-Fire Deal  Bloomberg
John Kerry flies to Tel Aviv despite FAA ban  Washington Post
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Bill Ackman Delivers Herbalife Death Blow, Herbalife Stock Rises 25%
We might call this a story about the perils of short selling stocks. For Bill Ackman has long been both bearish and short on Herbalife Herbalife, the nutritional supplements company, insisting that it's actually just a pyramid scheme and should thus be closed ...
Ackman goes after Herbalife's nutrition clubs  Boston Globe
The 'Death Blow' to Herbalife Promised by William Ackman Falls Short ...  New York Times
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Comcast 2Q Earnings Top Views on Internet Hookups
Comcast Corp.'s second-quarter net income rose 15 percent to nearly $2 billion as it added high-speed Internet customers at a faster pace than a year ago and video subscriber losses moderated.
Comcast earns $2b billion on strength in cable business  Boston Globe
Comcast posts 14.8 percent quarterly profit jump
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Commonwealth Bank sparks new battle on loans
THE major banks are shaping up for a fierce war in the mortgage market after cutting five-year fixed rates to historic lows. All of the major lenders - except ANZ - cut their rates below 5 per cent yesterday in a tit-for-tat battle unleashed by the nation's biggest ...
Mortgage war erupts as Commonwealth Bank, NAB, Westpac cut fixed rates  Sydney Morning Herald
Australian banks cut fixed mortgage rates as RBA seen on hold  TODAYonline
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Daimler's Mercedes Widens Margin as Sedans Help Chase BMW
Daimler AG (DAI), the world's third-largest maker of luxury vehicles, said second-quarter profit rose 12 percent as the top-of-the-line Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan's sales doubled and the company scaled back spending.
Daimler second-quarter profit boosted by new models
Mercedes Sells 419000 Vehicles in Second Quarter  24/7 Wall St.
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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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Ultra high definition TVs boost LG Display profit
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - LG Display Co. says its earnings for the April-June quarter more than doubled thanks to improved demand for ultra-high-definition TVs.
LG Display's second-quarter net profit up 143.3%  The Korea Herald
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Deutsche Bank Falls as NY Fed Is Said to Fault Reports
Deutsche Bank AG (DBK), Europe's largest investment bank, dropped in Frankfurt trading after the Federal Reserve Bank of New York was said to have faulted the regulatory reports of some of the firm's U.S.
Deutsche Bank Drops on Report NY Fed Faulted Oversight  Bloomberg
The 10-Point.  Wall Street Journal
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