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Stocks rebound after big losses; China jumps 6%

After a big down day yesterday following a bloodbath in Chinese stock markets and an outage on the New York Stock Exchange, stocks rebounded Thursday as the Dow jumped about

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Greece extends bank closures as reform proposal due

Greece has extended bank closures and a $66 limit on ATM withdrawals until Monday, as the deadline for the country to submit detailed economic reform proposals looms. The debt-strapped country

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Greeks face only bad choices on eve of historic vote

However Greeks vote in Sunday’s historic referendum on a bailout plan, they know they’re headed for tough times ahead. A “yes” vote means they must accept higher taxes and benefit

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US-based taxable bond funds attract $3.4 bln in week

Investors in U.S.-based funds poured $3.4 billion into taxable bond funds in the week ended June 24 after worries over Greece’s finances spurred a flight into safer bonds, data from

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Some restrictions apply to Apple Music song matches

That file-name extension–denoting a “protected” music file locked with Apple’s FairPlay software–went out of style eight years ago when Apple stopped selling music with “digital rights management” restrictions. But it’s

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Robust jobs report could instill confidence

Due to the Fourth of July market shutdown Friday, the monthly employment report dubbed “Jobs Friday” will be renamed “Jobs

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Wall Street weighs Fed’s next move after jobs data

The economy created 223,000 new jobs in June, a tad below estimates but in Wall Street’s sweet spot, as it

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Markets in holding pattern ahead of Greek vote

Don’t expect fireworks on Wall Street today ahead of the 4th of July holiday weekend. Investors are in wait-and-see mode

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Stocks end slightly down on mixed jobs data, Greece

Stocks ended slightly lower Thursday as investors reacted to a mixed jobs report and await the results of Sunday’s bailout

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End of an era as Chicago pit trading ceases

The futures pits — where generations made and lost fortunes trading wheat, corn and soybean contracts through open outcry trading

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Solar energy revolution: Past point of no return

When the SunShot Initiative was launched by the U.S. Department of Energy in 2011, even I thought it was a

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ConAgra shares rise on plan to sell off private brands

Heeding the complaints of an activist investor, ConAgra Foods Tuesday said it will sell its troubled private-label business less than

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