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  1. S&P, Nasdaq dip on growth worry; P&G supports Dow
  2. Jobless claims fall as plants put off retooling
  3. Activist investor Ackman buys into P&G, shares rise
  4. Exclusive: Barclays' Diamond turns to top lawyer for Libor scandal
  5. Wells Fargo to pay $175 million in race discrimination probe
  6. Analysis: Fallout from JPMorgan loss may have just begun
  7. Another Opel CEO steps down
  8. Shell greenlights halved Louisiana-to-Texas crude oil pipeline
  9. China growth path at risk as second-quarter GDP eyes three-year low
  10. U.S. court rules for banks in ATM antitrust suit
  11. In Canada, Tim Hortons aims to eat McDonald's lunch
  12. Power workers ask state to order end to NYC lockout
  13. Peugeot cuts 8,000 jobs; Opel axes CEO
  14. GM reverses gears on outsourcing, plans big IT overhaul
  15. Bloodied but unbowed, hedge fund Merchant Commodity trudges on
  16. A BofA whistleblower emerges from the shadows
  17. Senators call for more vigorous Libor probe
  18. Icahn issues new warning to board of Forest Labs
  19. Shares jump on relief after China GDP, caution stays
  20. Kwoks, former HK official, charged in Sun Hung Kai bribery case: report
  21. Insight: The curious case of Iowa broker's Romanian property empire
  22. PFGBest chief: Prickly Iowa hero met stiff welcome in Chicago
  23. FBI probes China's ZTE over Iran tech deals-report
  24. China Q2 GDP growth 7.6 percent, slowest in 3 years
  25. Exclusive: Barclays' Diamond turns to top lawyer for Libor scandal
  26. Moody's downgrades Italy by two notches, warns might cut further
  27. A whistleblower emerges from the shadows
  28. Geithner pressed British regulators in 2008 on Libor
  29. China's economy cools, shows need for policy action
  30. Futures gain after China data, banks eyed
  31. JPMorgan profit falls on $4.4 billion trading loss
  32. Peugeot urges action on labor costs amid job cuts
  33. Spain banks' ECB borrowing hits euro-era record
  34. Wells Fargo reports higher second-quarter profit
  35. Producer prices unexpectedly rise in June
  36. Peregrine Financial trustee seeks approval on liquidation plan
  37. Wall Street rallies, S&P and Dow up for week
  38. Wall Street Week Ahead: Earnings, Bernanke promise active week
  39. Visa, MasterCard, banks in $7.25 billion retail settlement
  40. Insight: PFGBest regulator known for inexperienced auditors
  41. SEC staff pans direct adoption of global accounting
  42. Barclays flagged Libor problems to Fed in 2007
  43. Martha Stewart, J.C. Penney deal hits legal setback
  44. With ego too big to fail, Iowa broker admits 20-year fraud
  45. Analysis: New law on BP spill fines raises stakes for Gulf states
  46. France's Hollande: Peugeot must renegotiate layoff plan
  47. Manchester United's U.S. IPO may be a tough sell
  48. German state buys Swiss data to track tax frauds-reports
  49. Opel's Girsky wants changes made at carmaker: report
  50. Spain reforms to raise 56.4 billion euros
  51. China to invest $5 billion to renovate rural houses: Xinhua
  52. Petrobras may raise gasoline price further: report
  53. Stock futures signal weaker Wall Street open
  54. Debt worries hit euro, German bonds gain
  55. Exclusive: GSK set for Human Genome takeover - sources
  56. U.S. consumer agency to supervise credit reporting companies
  57. Two U.S. states probing banks over Libor manipulation
  58. ECB declines comment on bank bond losses report
  59. Analysis: BASF to take on Asia's battery chemicals makers
  60. Fewer U.S. companies planning to hire; Europe looms: poll
  61. For investment firms, sleepy summers are a thing of the past
  62. Analysis: Banks behave badly redux: Is it killing confidence?
  63. Retail sales fall for third straight month in June
  64. IMF cuts global growth forecast; warns on euro zone
  65. Citi second-quarter profit falls, old assets sting
  66. WTO finds China bank card monopoly breaks rules
  67. Analysis: Wall Street may face Libor legal threat from small banks
  68. Banks reconsider Libor panels, RBS pulls out
  69. May business inventories climb 0.3 percent; sales drop
  70. GSK clinches deal to buy Human Genome for $3 billion
  71. Wall Street up on earnings, stimulus bets
  72. Geithner defends U.S. response to 2008 Libor concerns
  73. BofA plans $3 billion of new cost cuts, posts second-quarter profit
  74. Housing starts a bright spot for cooling economy
  75. Capital One to pay $210 million in credit card probe
  76. SEC delays court action seeking Deloitte China audit papers
  77. Goldman agrees to settle mortgage debt class action
  78. BNY Mellon profit falls 37 percent on litigation charge
  79. EU queries U.S. seat on global accounting body
  80. Banking union needed within months: ECB's Noyer
  81. Peregrine CEO's hearing delayed to give more time to prepare
  82. P&G board stands by CEO plan to improve performance
  83. Sour Apple hurts S&P, Nasdaq, but Dow rises
  84. New home sales tumble, but upward trend intact
  85. Google, eBay, Amazon, Facebook back new lobbying group
  86. Apple says Samsung patent royalty demands unfair
  87. GM to cut 20 executive jobs in product development revamp
  88. Big oil on the back foot in changing energy world
  89. U.S. growth offsets Europe's woes for some industrials
  90. Aeromexico places $11 billion order with Boeing
  91. Former UBS chief doubts criminal intent over Libor
  92. Peugeot presses job cuts as government weighs in
  93. Wall Street rallies on stimulus hopes
  94. Cautious consumers, foreign trade curb second-quarter growth
  95. Apple, Samsung take patent fight to crucial trial
  96. Exclusive: Huff Post executive Lauren Kapp to exit after just three months
  97. JPMorgan's Dimon reshuffles his management team
  98. Facebook's value slides by $10 billion; outlook unclear
  99. Exclusive: Carlyle, CVC, TPG weigh final bids for Getty
  100. BP may ship Bakken crude to Washington State refinery via rail
  101. Analysis: Buffett's ResCap bid gives him bond upside too
  102. Spain discusses state bailout; ECB seen writing off Greek debt
  103. Wall Street climbs to three-month high on strong payrolls
  104. Job growth steps up, but jobless rate rises
  105. Procter & Gamble profit tops forecast, plans buybacks
  106. Spain inches towards a full EU bailout
  107. Judge tackles attorney behavior as Apple-Samsung trial rolls on
  108. Heineken's Tiger beer deal strengthens Asia position
  109. No escape from slump for Europe's top economies in July
  110. Knight Capital gets credit line, but customers stay away
  111. RBS confirms it sacked staff over Libor rigging scandal
  112. Allianz concerned over cenbank role in Libor scandal
  113. Asian shares rise on sustained policy hopes
  114. Exclusive: NYSE in talks with SEC to settle data probe
  115. Shrinking U.S. crops pose inflation challenge for countries
  116. Samsung, Apple spar over gadgets' specs
  117. NY may pull StanChart license, says "rogue" bank hid $250 billion in Iran deals
  118. Chesapeake asset sale lifts profits, shares rise
  119. Exclusive: Avago nears $1 billion Schneider unit buy - sources
  120. Knight Capital gets $400 million rescue, shares tumble
  121. Peregrine CEO had $6.9 million in life insurance, airplane debt
  122. Air NZ grounds small planes after hairline cracks found
  123. Asian shares rise on ECB hopes despite uncertainty
  124. Wall Street flat after rally; Apple biggest company ever
  125. CIC, GIC jointly invest $1 billion in U.S. Cheniere's LNG plant: source
  126. Apple's market value exceeds Microsoft's during 1999 bubble
  127. Facebook director Thiel sold 20 million shares after lockup
  128. Best Buy names CEO; founder still eyeing company
  129. Nike sets new rules to beef up store, customer safety: WSJ
  130. Expedia, Marriott, others face U.S. price-fixing lawsuit
  131. Siemens seeks thousands of job cuts: paper
  132. Buffett cancelled municipal debt bet 5 years early: WSJ
  133. Wall Street down on dimmed Fed stimulus hopes, data
  134. Data point to slow pace of healing in economy
  135. Microsoft rolls out first new logo in 25 years
  136. UBS: Nasdaq's Facebook compensation plan "inadequate"
  137. Euro zone headed for recession, China, U.S. struggle
  138. Exclusive: Spain in talks with euro zone over sovereign aid -sources
  139. Fed's Bullard plays down odds of imminent easing
  140. Citi to redeem $500 million from John Paulson's Advantage funds: source
  141. G20 awaits September grain report before plans on food
  142. Exclusive: Marubeni's $5.6 billion Gavilon deal hits delay
  143. Wall Street retreats on eve of Bernanke speech
  144. Consumer spending posts biggest rise in five months
  145. A "close call" on more Fed easing
  146. August good for retailers, third quarter looks bright
  147. Exclusive: Google, Apple CEOs in secret patent talks
  148. Barclays picks retail banker to replace Diamond
  149. Wall Street banks win end of Fannie Mae shareholder claims
  150. Record farm export sales seen despite drought: USDA
  151. Battle over pension debt looms in San Bernardino bankruptcy
  152. Tapping SPR an option, no announcement to make: White House
  153. Bernanke lifts Wall Street, keeps stimulus in play
  154. Bernanke says Fed ready to act but short on specifics
  155. Citibank schemed with firm to hide its woes: Ex-Dewey partner
  156. Facebook hits new low after price target cuts
  157. Europe must act strongly to tackle crisis: OECD
  158. China won't challenge WTO ruling in U.S. bank card row
  159. Bernanke raps BIS call for global cooperation by central banks
  160. Exclusive: Morgan Stanley Smith Barney rainmakers consider exit
  161. Europe must implement plans or risk upsetting markets: IMF
  162. Consumer confidence rises but outlook still grim
  163. Bayer CEO says Greek euro exit may help: report
  164. Lufthansa says strike cost millions, cancels flights
  165. Iraqi Kurdistan to keep pumping oil to September 15: sources
  166. Nigerian firm says to start new refinery end: 2013
  167. Tata Motors looks at Saudi plant for Jaguar Land Rover: magazine
  168. Expert panel wants India tax avoidance rules deferred by 3 years
  169. New York probes private equity tax strategy: source
  170. ECB must do more for euro: OECD's Gurria
  171. Central banks debate limits of power at Jackson Hole
  172. Tax hike piles misery on Spain's shoppers and small firms
  173. Asian shares ease on growth concerns, stimulus hopes support
  174. Samsung to review 250 Chinese suppliers for labor violations
  175. Oracle to appeal U.S. copyright damages case: SAP
  176. Hyundai Motor union OKs wage deal after costliest-ever strike
  177. Nomura's Vereker quits top role, seen leaving
  178. At Jackson Hole, a growing fear for Fed independence
  179. ECB's Weidmann isolated on opposing bond buying: paper
  180. Exclusive: South Copper halts Ilo plant for maintenance
  181. Lufthansa says 190 Frankfurt flights hit by strikes
  182. SocGen names new head of international retail
  183. Auto lenders go back to subprime borrowers
  184. Spain to inject 6 billion euro into FROB bank fund: source
  185. Airbus sees demand for 28,000 planes over 20 years
  186. Stock futures rise, focus on data
  187. Small-business borrowing rose modestly in July
  188. Analysis: Does history suggest China growth is about to rebound?
  189. Russia's MegaFon moves towards $4 billion London IPO
  190. Swiss economy shrinks under euro crisis pressure
  191. U.S. new-car sales in August seen up as much as 20 percent
  192. Exclusive: Clear Channel Outdoor challenges CNN in airport TV
  193. Chrysler U.S. August sales up 14 percent
  194. U.S. factory activity still slow in August: Markit
  195. Dow Chemical to rejig business structure
  196. Manufacturing sector shrinks for third straight month: ISM
  197. Best Buy's new CEO wants to learn from the front line
  198. Spain's Rajoy to seek German backing for a bailout
  199. Greek PM to meet ECB's Draghi on September 11: PM's office
  200. Accountants draft standards to audit Libor submissions
  201. Dow Chemical to rework business structure
  202. Exclusive: Libor probe claims Barclays executive and a trader
  203. Jobs growth seen lackluster in August, Fed action eyed
  204. Peregrine Financial trustee mulls lawsuits to retrieve funds
  205. GM turns to China to crack India's tough car market
  206. Walmart trims layaway fee to $5 from $15 after shoppers complain
  207. Facebook rules out share sale to cover tax bill
  208. Microsoft, Nokia pin hopes on new Lumia as mobile war escalates
  209. Strikes, quality drive slow Hyundai Motor's U.S. growth
  210. Defense industry bracing for further budget cuts
  211. EADS deserves seat in U.S. industry group:Airbus executive
  212. Chinese drywall maker must face U.S. lawsuits: judge
  213. Wall Street treads water, stays on ECB watch
  214. Second quarter productivity raised, wage inflation muted
  215. Samsung challenge: sold the phone, how to keep the customer
  216. Encana clears itself of collusion in Michigan
  217. UK rejects claim it singled out Barclays in tax row
  218. CNOOC asks for US security review of Nexen acquisition
  219. Exclusive: A fourth trader under scrutiny in JPM "Whale" probe
  220. Union protests at ArcelorMittal U.S. plants over contract
  221. Italy says committed to keeping ILVA steel plant open
  222. Exclusive: General Growth board looking to hire banker
  223. Wall Street Week Ahead: A nice rally while it lasted
  224. Glencore set to detail $36 billion Xstrata bid: sources
  225. Fidelity $2.4 billion fund vaults past JPMorgan in race for SE Asia cash
  226. Icahn urges Navistar to offer board seats to shareholders
  227. Renault's Korean unit to cut 15 percent of jobs on dismal sales
  228. France's Hollande vows to revive economy in two years
  229. South Korea sets $5.2 billion stimulus package as economy falters
  230. Euro zone enters dangerous week buoyed by ECB
  231. Japan PM Noda vows to achieve 1 percent inflation target within 1 year
  232. Deutsche Bank to detail job cuts, strategy
  233. Wall Street drops before Fed; tech sector weighs
  234. New iPhone could boost U.S. GDP by up to 0.5 percent, JP Morgan says
  235. U.S. has earned $12.4 billion from investment in AIG: Treasury
  236. Consumer credit falls unexpectedly in July
  237. Zynga loses another executive in top-level exodus
  238. Barclays boss vows to be quick and bold in reform plan
  239. Nasdaq unwavering on paybacks for faulty Facebook launch
  240. New Deutsche Bank leaders to flesh out strategy and cuts
  241. Honda Motor sets Accord prices for U.S. market
  242. Wells' ultra-wealthy Abbot Downing names director of investments
  243. Impala Platinum workers demand second wage hike
  244. More problems raised at Pentagon F-35 fighter review
  245. CFTC urges delay in Peregrine payout after finding false records
  246. In a Greek junkyard, signs red tape defeating cuts
  247. Philips ups cost cuts to 1.1 billion euros, axes more jobs
  248. Asian shares fall, eyes on German ruling, Fed meeting
  249. Election, "fiscal cliff" temper U.S. hiring outlook: Manpower
  250. Risk assets rally after Fed action, dollar slips