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Europe stocks stumble, dollar lifted by US rate view
LONDON European shares fell in thin trade on Monday while the dollar powered ahead after U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen indicated that the central bank was poised to raise interest rates this year.
Yellen's Words Fuels The Greenback's Rise  Forbes
Gold Slips Toward $1200 as Interest Rate Outlook Boosts Dollar  Bloomberg
Greek debt negotiations weigh on European stocks
European stocks have fallen after a Greek minister said that Athens would struggle to meet its upcoming debt payments. Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis made his comments during a weekend TV programme.
Common sense can still prevail in Greek tragedy: Olive  Toronto Star
Trying to avert an imminent default, Greece PM Tsipras faces growing ...  Economic Times
DOJ and GM may reach settlement over faulty ignition switch recall this summer
By the end of this summer, the Justice Department and General Motors may reach a settlement over the faulty ignition switch recall.
Experts Believe Justice Department May Apply Pressure on GM to Plead Guilty  Modern Readers
DOJ and GM May Reach a Settlement over the Decade-Long Ignition Switch Issue  WallStreet OTC
Oil moves further below $60 as dollar firms up
Crude-oil futures fell in early European trade on Monday as a rising dollar put pressure on the commodity as holidays across some major markets, including the U.S.
Oil prices edge down as dollar strengthens  Reuters
When it comes to oil pricing, politics trumps economics  Business Today
Amazon finally starts paying proper taxes in European countries
For many years, Amazon has sent a huge percentage of its European revenues over to Luxembourg. The tiny country levies a much smaller rate of tax than most of the countries in which the retailer operates, allowing it to keep a larger share of sales.
Amazon has quietly changed the way it pays tax in Europe  Quartz
Amazon bows to European sales tax pressure  VentureBeat
Solar plane ready for difficult six-day journey
The first round-the-world solar-powered flight, known as the Solar Impulse Two, is hoping to make the next and most difficult part of its journey.
Solar Plane 6 Day Nonstop Flight is Postponed  I4U News
Solar plane set for most challenging leg of epic journey  CNN
China cuts import tax on clothes, other goods
BEIJING - China announced today it will cut import taxes on clothing, cosmetics and some other goods by half in a new tactic to spur consumer spending and economic growth.
China To Lower Import Taxes On Consumer Goods To Boost Demand  RTT News
China cuts down tariffs on personal luxury goods  Business Standard
Vatican Bank Profits Rise as Cleanup Continues
ROME—. The Vatican bank posted a sharp rise in net profit in 2014 after absorbing the costs of a cleanup that hit earnings the year before as part of a wide-ranging drive to tighten financial governance and eliminate abuse, a statement showed on Monday.
World NewsVatican Bank boosted by securities trading income  Financial Times
Vatican bank profits soar as recovery, reform continue  FOX6 WBRC -
Deja vu: Snyder begins (yet another) week pushing for road money
This week, the Detroit Regional Chamber's annual Mackinac Policy Conference gets underway on Mackinac Island. This is when Lansing, political Lansing at least, empties out of town and heads north to rub shoulders - and click cocktail glasses - with ...
Michigan elite to gather on Mackinac Island to talk business, politics and ...
Detroit Regional Chamber Will Hold Annual Policy Conference on Mackinac Island  9&10 News
First march against Monsanto held in Sierra Vista
A number of cheerful demonstrators, with some dressed up in vegetable and cow costumes hit Fry Blvd at Veterans' Park on Saturday.
Marching against Monsanto  Sierra Vista Herald
100s march in Vegas as part of protest against Monsanto  Washington Times