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NYT > Economy
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  • DealBook: As Talks Falter, Bond Default by Argentina Appears Likely
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  • Coordinated Sanctions Aim at Russia’s Ability to Tap Its Oil Reserves
  • Economic Scene: Income Inequality and the Ills Behind It
  • Everyday Economics: What Debate? Economists Agree the Stimulus Lifted the Economy
  • For Banco Espírito Santo, Questions Over Angolan Subsidiary
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  • U.S. Economy Grew 4.0% in 2nd Quarter
  • Homeowner Program Faces Mounting Backlog
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  • McDonnell Corruption Trial Focuses on Marriage
  • Leahy's Bill Would Curb U.S. Surveillance
  • EU, U.S. Expand Sanctions on Russia
  • Obama Weighs Fewer Deportations
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  • The Stockpicker Slump
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  • NCAA Settles Head-Injuries Lawsuit
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  • Israel Increases Attacks in Gaza, and More
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  • Chris Davis: The Key to Long-Term Investing
  • Forbes Real Time
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  • Gold Weakens Following Upbeat U.S. GDP Report
  • SunPower Q2 Preview: Margins In Focus
  • United Initiates Stock Buyback As Its Net Rises On Improved Revenue & Cost Performance
  • Is Ballistic Missile Defense In Europe Anti-Russian? Many Conservatives Think So
  • U.S. GDP Grew 4% In The Second Quarter 2014
  • USA Basketball Signs New Marketing Partnerships Ahead of 2014 FIBA World Cup
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  • United Initiates Stock Buyback As Its Net Rises On Improved Revenue & Cost Performance
  • Is Ballistic Missile Defense In Europe Anti-Russian? Many Conservatives Think So
  • U.S. GDP Grew 4% In The Second Quarter 2014
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  • Forbes - Personal Finance
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  • Reuters: Business News
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  • U.S. economy rebounds strongly in second quarter
  • Argentine debt talks go down to the wire to avert default
  • Thomson Reuters reports rise in revenue, profit
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  • Futures up ahead of GDP data; Twitter soars in premarket
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  • Reuters: Technology News
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  • Twitter assuages growth concerns for now as shares soar 35 percent
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  • China regulator announces anti-monopoly probe of Microsoft
  • Reuters Video: Business
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  • Reuters: Internet News
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  • Amazon says lower ebook prices benefit authors, publishers
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  • In rare move, Canada accuses Chinese of trying to hack government network
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  • Reuters: Mergers News
  • Huntsman offers more EU concessions over $1.1 bln Rockwood deal
  • Carlyle's second-quarter earnings double
  • UPDATE 2-Microsoft Xbox One to launch in China on Sept. 23
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  • Rockwell Automation revenue rises on higher US sales
  • UPDATE 3-AstraZeneca buys Almirall lung drugs for up to $2.1 billion
  • Indesit sees flat sales in 2014 as Q2 swings to net profit
  • UPDATE 1-Russia's plans to bail out Mechel suggest ownership change
  • Spain's Acciona close to mandating advisors on yieldco listing
  • UPDATE 1-North and South America performance hurts Fiat Chrysler
  • Reuters: Private Equity
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  • BRIEF-Upper Tribunal upholds UK regulator's decision to ban former hedge fund CEO
  • UPDATE 1-UniCredit to receive 3 binding offers for Pioneer unit stake-sources
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  • KKR-backed Rundong Auto to launch up to $138 mln HK IPO
  • China pork giant WH Group raises $2.1 bln in HK IPO-source
  • UPDATE 1-3i says new financial year has started well
  • View from the Top
  • Euronext carves its own path
  • National Grid on the energy crunch
  • Africa's mobile shift gathers pace
  • Risky business
  • Better times for Indian banks
  • Honeywell urges government action on economy
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  • Western Union's digital drive
  • Being big in Indonesia trumps the rest of Asean
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  • Windstream soars on Reit spin-off plan
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  • Investors more wary over tech stock run
  • Cross-border IPOs surge in first half
  • Citi pays $5m to settle SEC data charges
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  • Bubbles are forming in the credit market
  • The fallacy of the Fed model
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  • US builders slide as home sales dip
  • Global Economy
  • Eurozone lending conditions improve
  • BoE unveils stricter rules on bonuses
  • Japan’s industrial output falls back
  • Europe flat ahead of Fed, US GDP data
  • Companies fear Russian sanctions impact
  • State banks and wider corporate sector to suffer
  • Business presses India over trade deal
  • Sales tax rise hits Japan’s retail spend
  • Dollar rises on Fed policy expectations
  • Tokyo Olympic Games costs jump
  • Markets
  • Europe flat ahead of Fed, US GDP data
  • Kiwi’s milk-powered rally turns sour
  • Treasury yields: the only way is up
  • Top-rated government bonds defy gravity
  • Preserve gains against market shakeouts
  • Barclays tops FTSE after earnings
  • UK ‘linker’ bond attracts record demand
  • Gold fix to be up and running by year-end
  • Dollar rises on Fed policy expectations
  • German borrowing costs reach record low
  • Hedge Funds
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  • Winton low-cost equities fund tops $1bn
  • Wall Street’s master fishermen are betting on a storm
  • Ackman ‘death blow’ enlivens Herbalife
  • US Senate ire at $6bn tax ‘fiction’
  • Argentina nears cliff in risky debt game
  • Hedge funds braced for meagre returns
  • Hedge funds split over AIFMD risk rules
  • London hedge funds launch US offensive
  • Big funds even bigger as market recovers
  • Commodities
  • Rio ends chapter with Mozambique coal sale
  • Gold fix to be up and running by year-end
  • Companies fear Russian sanctions impact
  • Weather experts lower El Niño forecasts
  • Aluminium gains industrial lustre
  • Coffee jumps on Brazilian harvest worries
  • Miners’ access to water a risk, says study
  • Lead jumps to highest in eight months
  • Anglo American eyes further asset sales
  • Lonmin seeks to reassure investors
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • Dollar rises on Fed policy expectations
  • Europe flat ahead of Fed, US GDP data
  • Preserve gains against market shakeouts
  • US stocks retreat ahead of Fed decision
  • Europe’s investment banks fight back
  • Deutsche Bank takes lead in fixed income
  • Euro stamina challenged by Draghi’s mettle
  • Widodo win halts Indonesia market rally
  • Rouble reaches weakest level since May
  • Equities cautious as key data loom
  • Private Equity
  • Ecommerce site Flipkart raises $1bn
  • City ignores Russian capacity for hardship at its peril
  • Darden: Olive Garden branch?
  • Electra rejects Bramson’s board seat call
  • Bank of Cyprus raises €1bn in share sale
  • Sankaty pays $1bn for JPMorgan debt
  • AnaCap: The dark horse of finance
  • RBS chief optimistic on Ulster Bank
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  • NYT > Company Reports
  • World Cup Gave Twitter a Big Burst in Traffic
  • Corning Profit Falls on Decline of Tablets
  • New York Times Co. Gains Circulation, but Profit Falls 21%
  • BP Profit Rises, but It Warns of Risks in Russia
  • Herbalife Raises Forecast as Its Profit Slides 16%
  • Verdict on Yukos Seizure Awaited, and Fed Expected to Further Reduce Bond Buying
  • Vodafone Revenue Falls but Company Sees Improvement in Europe
  • G.M. Results Show Financial Hit of Recalls
  • Amazon’s Ambitious Bets Pile Up, and Its Losses Swell
  • Sale of Handset Unit Bolsters Nokia’s Profit
  • Capital Markets News and Data - FT.com
  • Leveraged loans expand in southern Africa
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  • UK ‘linker’ bond attracts record demand
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  • Widodo win halts Indonesia market rally
  • Equities cautious as key data loom
  • Spanish yields fall to two-century low
  • How Lloyds bit the hand trying to save it
  • Argentine ‘holdout’ deal back on table
  • NYT > Banking Industry
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  • Why Can’t the Banking Industry Solve Its Ethics Problems?
  • Previous Attempt to Sell Trulia Rewards Qatalyst Now
  • Wall Street Bids Farewell to Alan Greenberg, Head of Bear Stearns
  • UBS and Deutsche Bank Disclose New Inquiries Over 'Dark Pools'
  • Deutsche Bank Profit Declines as It Sheds Risky Businesses
  • Banks Cash In on Inversion Deals Intended to Elude Taxes
  • Morgan Stanley to Increase Base Salaries for Junior Bankers
  • Whether 'Sophisticated' Clients of Wall Street Can Also Get Duped
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  • NYT > Securities and Commodities Violations
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  • The Limits of the Law in Insider Trading
  • Court Rules Against Victims of Ponzi Scheme
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  • New Hurdle in Investors’ Class Actions
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  • Ex-Trader’s Pilgrimage Culminates in Jail Cell
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  • NYT > Retirement
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  • A 401(k) for All
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