(Repeats story that ran Friday with no changes to text). * China wants inclusion in MSCI's Emerging Market Index. * Beijing using monetary policy, regulation to stem market slide.
Greek voters have rejected the austerity demands of Europe's creditor powers by a stunning margin, sweeping aside warnings that this could lead to the collapse of the banking system and a return to the drachma.
An improving job market is giving Americans the wherewithal to keep buying more. But things aren't so good that spending is about to really rip.
The L concept is coming sizable around certain people carrying out work in the medical health insurance sector by having the likelihood of mergers among Anthem, Cigna, Aetna, United Healthcare and Humana, in the offing.
A first official projection of Greece's referendum outcome, based on early counting, said that at least 61% of Greeks voted “no” to creditors' demands on Sunday, an outcome that—if confirmed—would set the country on a collision course with the rest ...