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• Family Dollar fights billionaires at the gate
• 22 possible earnings-season gems
• Trading Deck: Earnings caution
World Cup 2014: Argentina to face Germany in final
• Brazil loss joins this list of sports blowouts
• German win over Brazil breaks Twitter records
• Don't worry: Brazil is going to be just fine
• Adidas offers $102 mln to Manchester Utd.
• Germany beats Brazil 7-1 in World Cup rout
Uninsured higher in ‘red’ states post-Obamacare
• Celgene's arthritis drug fails a test; stock up
• Another fed contract for Obamacare contractor
Wells Fargo earnings: Here’s what to expect
• Alcoa's profit margin cheers Wall Street
Foreign home buyers flock to properties in the U.S.
• 10 U.S. cities with most foreign-company jobs
Smartphone dependency fuels other addictions
10 companies that own nearly all the food
These conglomerates are responsible for almost all the processed food, candy and beverages stocked on supermarket shelves.
• Kim Kardashian critiques PepsiCo CEO Nooyi
• Chinese hackers access key U.S. data: report
• PC sales record slight world-wide growth
• After Hours: Lumber Liquidators shares fall
• Man surrenders, accused of killing six in Texas
• Obama urges Congress to pass border bill
• Ex-New Orleans mayor sentenced to 10 years
• Brazilian stocks rally despite World Cup loss
• WD-40 sales rise less than expected
• Dollar falls after FOMC minutes
• Productivity growth worst since recession
• Gasoline prices set to curb economic growth?
• European firms to show stronger profit growth
If ever the market flashed a ‘sell’ signal, it’s now
Insight: If you’ve studied bear markets, you know how this story will end, writes Michael Sincere.
Another sign the bull market is nearing its end
Commentary: Companies no longer want to buy their own shares, a worrisome sign, writes Mark Hulbert.
China's exports on the weak side
Chinese trade data for June surprise to the downside, though the result is still better than May's performance.
• Japan machine orders see worst plunge ever
• Asia stocks quotes | Australia jobless rate up
• India predicts faster economic growth this year
Lerner emailed IRS workers to be cautious over email
Former IRS official Lois Lerner warned her agency colleagues in 2013 to "be cautious" about what they say in emails -- in an email.
Boehner disagrees with Palin on Obama
Speaker shoots down Sarah Palin's call to impeach the president.
• Boehner’s lawsuit against Obama takes shape
• Obama in Colorado: pot and a horse mask
• Rubio changes tone on policy in 2016 bid
Detroit art now valued at up to
New value is a sharp increase over the previous estimate and could cause problems for city in bankruptcy court.
American teens not able to read a pay slip
Latest PISA study on financial literacy finds teens are not exactly financially-savvy.
• Paying bills for adult kids? Try tough love
U.S. vs. Europe, in one chart
A popular market gauge of the relative fortunes of U.S. and Europe hits a 15-year high.
• Das: ECB needs better plan for the economy
• ECB Praet: TLTRO will break vicious circle
• Marsh: Awkward time for ECB transparency
Cupcakes are what’s wrong with America
Commentary: Al Lewis is glad Crumbs is folding, but he doesn’t think it’s the end of the era of narcissism.
The more active stock-picking that mutual fund managers do, the better their long-run return, writes Conrad de Aenlle.
• Gunderson: Solving mystery of asset allocation
• New exchange-traded note bets on women
6 companies set to report huge earnings gains
Analysis: The weather-related slump now appears to be giving way to a profit rebound for U.S. corporations, writes Phil van Doorn.
• Dow 17,000 is on the wrong side of history
• Kellner: Say hello to economy’s newest bubble
• Market timing gets a bad rap: Marder
• Today's bubbles aren't like those of the past
Hong Kong stocks, Australia dollar lower after China data
China's June trade surplus misses forecast
China June imports rise 5.5% vs. year earlier
China June exports rise 7.2% vs. year earlier
Australia jobless rate rises to 6% but employment gains
Hong Kong H-shares index up 0.4% at 10,378.30
Hong Kong's Hang Seng opens up 0.5% at 23,281.45
Bank of Korea keeps policy rate at 2.5% as expected
Australia's S&P/ASX 200 little changed at 5,454.40 early
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