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The New York Stock Exchange was forced to suspend trading for several hours on Wednesday in the biggest outage to hit a U.S. financial market in nearly two years, unnerving investors already rattled by the meltdown in Chinese...
The European Parliament on Wednesday is expected to back a 2019 start to reform of the world’s largest emissions market in a step toward deeper change and higher carbon prices.
Source: NY Times
BRUSSELS — Frustrated European leaders gave Greece until Sunday to reach an agreement to save its collapsing economy from catastrophe after an emergency summit meeting here on Tuesday ended without the Athens government offering...
ABQJournal - (EDITORS: BEGIN OPTIONAL TRIM) Betsy Imholz, special projects director for îConsumers Unionî in San Francisco, said Blue Shield has benefited for decades from a lucrative tax break and the publicâs...
China's tumbling stock market showed signs of seizing up on Wednesday, as companies scrambled to escape the rout by having their shares suspended and indexes plunged after the securities regulator warned of "panic sentiment"...
July 7, 2015 Energy customers 'paying too much'Source: BBC News
Millions of energy customers have been "paying too much for their energy bills", a year-long investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has found.
Richard X. Bove, Vice President Equity Research at Rafferty Capital Markets, highlights the forensic accounting analysis on Fannie Mae / Federal National Mortgage Assctn Fnni Me (OTCBB:FNMA)'s financial statements.
Chinese stocks fell, with a gauge of mainland companies trading in Hong Kong entering a bear market, as gains in the biggest state-owned companies failed to outweigh a record drop in margin bets.
Source: International Business Times
Crude oil prices steadied on Tuesday, after posting one of their biggest selloffs this year in the previous session over Greece's rejection of debt bailout terms and China's ongoing stock market woes.
Source: USA Today
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to present new proposals to European leaders Tuesday, after the country rejected the austere bailout terms offered by its creditors in a referendum during the weekend.
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