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Continuing tensions between the United States and North Korea plagued the U.S. stock market rattling investors and sparking a pull back. The S&P 500 added 0.3%, though it was on course to end the week down 1.3%, its biggest loss since March.
  • Redskins president Bruce Allen keeps calling Kirk Cousins 'Kurt'

    Redskins president Bruce Allen keeps calling Kirk Cousins 'Kurt'

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    NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported the two sides have been resigned to Cousins' playing under the franchise tag in 2017 since spring. Although Washington will now have to wait until next season to potential lock Cousins into a new contract, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden remains optimistic that the 28-year-old will build on his strong play from the last two years.
  • Saudis to cut crude prices to Asia buyers

    Saudis to cut crude prices to Asia buyers

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    OPEC oil output has risen in June by more than 300,000 barrels per day, (bpd) according to figures the exporter group uses to monitor its supply, as a recovery in two nations exempt from a supply cut deal countered high compliance by many others.
  • June 2017 Jobs Report: Better

    June 2017 Jobs Report: Better

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    The June 2017 jobs report is one of the many data points showing that healthcare is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the U.S. A Labor Department report shows there were 6 million unfilled job openings in the government's most recent reading, the most since it started keeping track in 2000.
  • Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray & Johanna Konta lead British challenge in round three

    Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray & Johanna Konta lead British challenge in round three

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    Sousa spent much of the fourth set whinging at the umpire after being given a warning for his language, but had already let loose on a line judge after a controversial call. Five-time champion Venus Williams has forced a third set against Wang Qiang of China in Wimbledon's second round. Watson is enjoying a real return to form after slipping outside the world's top 100 this year.
  • Active Movers - Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA), Vale SA (ADR)(NYSE:VALE)

    Active Movers - Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA), Vale SA (ADR)(NYSE:VALE)

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    Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA ) will deliver the new Model 3 sedan to its first 30 customers on July 28, which just meets the promised July deadline set out by Musk . The stock is up 18.48% in this year through last updated price. We project the two vehicles to sell around 110,000-120,000 units combined each year.
  • Considering 'severe' reaction to North Korea

    Considering 'severe' reaction to North Korea

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    Trump then praised the "transatlantic bond between the United States and Europe", calling it "strong as ever, and maybe, in many ways, even stronger", before noting that in the West we face "dire threats to our security". But it was time for he and Duda to be ushered off stage and head to another speech, about which Trump had earlier remarked to his counterpart, "I hear we have a very big crowd".
  • Whole Foods CEO calls Amazon buyout a

    Whole Foods CEO calls Amazon buyout a "courtship"

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    But shoppers could start to grow more comfortable buying , and Amazon sees the grocery business as a hot market because shoppers buy weekly or even more often for items they run out of. Culpepper, who owns Kroger Co shares, said Kroger is the company would be most likely improve Whole Foods´ efficiency, but that it would have difficulty matching Amazon´s cash offer.
  • McConnell's Focus: Finding Votes For Senate Health Care Bill

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    The provision, authored by GOP Congressmen John Faso of Kinderhook and Chris Collins of western NY, is a carryover form the House's American Health Care Act. "I think this really undermines any efforts that we might have in trying to curb the opioid epidemic". "Health care is a very, very tough thing to get, " Trump said.
  • MSCI adds China-listed stocks to index in long awaited move

    MSCI adds China-listed stocks to index in long awaited move

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    Fund managers have welcomed MSCI's decision to include China's mainland domestic shares in its Emerging Markets and ACWI indices for the first time, saying the region is rich with "stockpicking opportunities" for active investors. China's exchanges have also loosened pre-approval rights on financial products linked to A shares, MSCI said, and the index company is addressing the concern about trading halts by making companies that have suspended their shares for more than 50 days in the ...