July 2nd, 2015
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08/29/2013 4:51amHundreds of rubber farmers have blockaded a major road and railway leading to Thailand's south over the past week to pressure the government to shore up declining rubber prices.
08/29/2013 11:10amBuying stocks that are lagging the market may seem like a questionable strategy, but investors willing to hold on for a couple of years can profit, says Ron Sloan a mutual fund manager at Invesco.
08/29/2013 12:23pmBANK PROFITS UP: U.S. bank earned $42.2 billion in the April-June quarter, the highest ever for a quarter. About 54 percent of U.S. banks reported improved earnings from a year earlier.
08/29/2013 12:53pmFor the first time, Ford is making its Fusion sedan in the U.S.
08/29/2013 1:52pmA federal appeals court reversed course Thursday on its earlier ruling favoring BP in a multimillion-dollar insurance dispute, handing at least a temporary setback to the energy giant as it seeks to defray some of the enormous costs associated with the huge 2010 Gulf oil spill.
08/29/2013 2:47pmThe government on Thursday said that all legally married gay couples will be able to file joint federal tax returns even if they reside in states that do not recognize same-sex marriages.
08/29/2013 3:08pmA three-hour trading outage on the Nasdaq last week was partly the result of issues within the company's control, the Nasdaq OMX Group said Thursday.
08/29/2013 4:23pmThe Federal Reserve's inspector general says the Fed violated its own rules for handling sensitive material when it inadvertently issued the minutes of a policy meeting a day before the scheduled release.
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