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Bearish Bets Against Greek Stocks Widen in Hedge Against Anti-Austerity Party
Only Russia has delivered a worse return than Greece for stock investors this year, and traders are showing little faith the equity market in Athens will rebound any time soon.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro zone rattled as Greece braces for elections  Reuters
Euro Lays Low As Greek Government Falls  Forbes
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U.S. Stocks Fluctuate After Records Amid Greek Elections
U.S. stocks fluctuated, after equity gauges climbed past multiple milestones last week, amid concern over the prospect of snap elections in Greece.
US stocks open lower; Greek elections eyed  CNBC
US STOCKS-Futures edge lower with indexes near records  Reuters
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Icahn Seeks Manitowoc Talks on Split of Crane, Food Units
Billionaire Carl Icahn became the second activist shareholder this year to seek the separation of Manitowoc Co. (MTW:US)'s crane-making and commercial-food appliances divisions.
UPDATE-1-Icahn acquires stake in Manitowoc, seeks splitup  Reuters
Icahn buys stake in Manitowoc and calls for split-up  USA TODAY
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US stock futures lower; Russian ruble sinks
The Russian ruble extended its losses, declining as much as 8.5% before recovering slightly as the economy shows the first signs of recession, contracting for the first time in 5 years.
Russian GDP falls for first time in five years  Financial Times
Ruble weakens as Russian economy shrinks  Seeking Alpha
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Taming the Drone Chaos
Like so many new technologies, drones are both wonderful and terrible. The same gadgets that can monitor oil fields, track criminals and find missing children could also invade privacy, disrupt other aircraft and commit terrorism.
Wings clipped? US to regulate drone usage in 2015  RT
Key decisions on drones likely from Congress  WXIX
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Treasury Curve Flattens Most Since '05 as Fed Prepares Rate Rise
Ten-year Treasuries have outperformed two-year notes this year by the most since 2005 as the Federal Reserve prepares to raise interest rates from a record amid low inflation.
Interest Rates In 2015  Seeking Alpha
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Abenomics Finally Gets Working for Average Japanese
Japan's $29 billion fiscal stimulus includes spending vouchers and coupons for consumers, welfare checks for low-income families with small children and heating-oil subsidies.
94% plunge shows 'Abenomics' is losing global investors  The Japan Times
The 94% Plunge That Shows Abenomics Losing Global Investors  Bloomberg
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Global stocks up on Chinese moves to boost economic growth; oil price rebounds
BEIJING - Global stocks were mostly higher Monday after a report that China will change banking rules in an apparent effort to boost lending and economic growth, while oil prices rebounded.
Stocks mixed amid China growth hopes, Greece woes  La Crosse Tribune
Global stocks mostly rise on China growth action, oil rebound  CTV News
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Smartphone maker you never heard of valued at $45 billion
OK, we all know Samsung is the biggest smartphone maker in the world, and Apple is No. 2. But do you have any idea who the third largest is?
Xiaomi, suddenly the world's most valuable startup, raises $1.1B  CNET
Xiaomi raises $1.1 billion to become the world's most valuable startup  Mashable
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Credit Suisse (CS) Stock Down Today as It Prepares to Fight NY Mortgage ...
The Zurich-based bank said a New York State Supreme Court justice had last week rejected its request to dismiss the case, in which New York Attorney General Schneiderman accuses the bank of misrepresenting the quality of loans underlying residential ...
Credit Suisse vows to fight New York mortgage securities case  TODAYonline
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