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US Stocks Fall With Crude While Portugal Bonds Rebound
U.S. stocks fell, with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index headed for its worst week since April, on concern over the potential impact of financial stress in Europe amid corporate earnings.
Stocks Edge Lower, on Track for Weekly Loss  ABC News
Europe stocks rebound from bank scare; Asia muted  Washington Post
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Reynolds in Talks to Acquire Lorillard in Merger of Tobacco Rivals
Photo. Reynolds American is the parent company of R.J. Reynolds, the maker of Pall Mall and Camel cigarettes.Credit Keith Srakocic/Associated Press.
U.K. Stocks Little Changed; Tobacco Shares Rally on Deals  Bloomberg
Lorillard rises on buyout talks; Mortgage insurers sink  MarketWatch
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US Stocks Fluctuate Bank Earnings, Portugal Debt
U.S. stocks fluctuated, with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index poised for its worst week since April, as investors weighed the implications of a corporate debt crisis in Portugal and assessed earnings reports.
US Stocks Decline Amid Bank Earnings, Portugal Debt  Businessweek
Wall St. opens flat; on track for worst week since April  Reuters
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Wells Fargo profit creeps higher
Wells Fargo, the biggest US bank by market capitalisation, broke a streak of record profits over 15 quarters to report net income of $5.7bn in the second quarter, although it was higher than the same period a year ago.
US stocks: Futures rebound; Wells Fargo meets estimates  MarketWatch
Wells Fargo 2Q Profit Rises 3.8%  Bloomberg
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Viewpoints: Parsing Newest Reports Of Coverage Gains; 'Scientific Fraudsters'
It will take a while to understand fully how the Affordable Care Act affects the quality of health care and access to doctors in this country.
Uninsured Rate Drops, but Remains High  WGCU News
60% of new ACA patients have already accessed primary care  Health IT Analytics
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Cynk Suspended by SEC After No-Member Network's Surge
July 11 (Bloomberg) -- The financial world has become obsessed with Cynk Technology, a stock that sold for a few pennies for most of its existence before exploding more than 36,000 percent to give it a market value exceeding $6 billion.
SEC Suspends Trading in Cynk Technology  Wall Street Journal
SEC Suspends Trading of 25000%-Gainer CYNK Stock  TIME
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How Amazon Drones Will Become 'Normal as Seeing Mail Trucks'
NEW YORK (TheStreet) �� Amazon (AMZN) is intent on making delivery by drone a reality, as it battles with the Federal Aviation Administration, asking the government agency if it can start testing outside designated areas.
Amazon seeks OK for testing of 50-mph drones  USA TODAY
Amazon seeks US permission for drone tests  Economic Times
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Obama pushes faster payments for small businesses with help of Apple, IBM ...
Many small business owners bemoan the often lengthy amount of time it takes to get paid by their commercial clients. President Obama, it turns out, has had enough of that, too.
Big businesses promise Obama they'll pay their suppliers faster  Silicon Valley Business Journal
Apple agrees to pay smaller suppliers faster as part of Obama's new ...  9 to 5 Mac
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Rising bond yields point to rate rises
Investors' radar screens have long been clear of the one blip guaranteed to sound the alarm in financial markets: interest rate rises by central banks.
Grand Central: Bond Dealers See Fed Rate Hikes Stopping in 2017 at 3.5%  Wall Street Journal (blog)
KC Fed's George: Rate increase should come this year  Kansas City Business Journal (blog)
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Budget 2014: How Tax Changes Affect Debt Fund Investors
In the Budget unveiled on Thursday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley proposed to increase the long-term capital gain tax on debt mutual funds from 10 per cent to 20 per cent.
Budget 2014: FDs get attractive as long term capital gain tax on debt funds ...  Economic Times
Money market fund assets rise $5.37 billion  Washington Post
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