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Morgan Stanley beats estimates on better-than-expected trading and investment banking

Morgan Stanley is likely to benefit from its Wall Street-centric business model.

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Bank of America tops estimates on better-than-expected investment banking

Bank of America disclosed new guidance that net interest income, a key metric for banks, will rise to about $14.5 billion in the fourth quarter of this year.

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Battle for savers most intense for 12 years

The choice of savings accounts at its highest since 2012, but the interest paid could fall soon.

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Sewage spill scrutiny extended to all water firms

All 11 companies in England and Wales are now being probed after the regulator expands its investigation.

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Disney investigating massive leak of internal messages

A hacking group says it has leaked internal data from the media giant to protest its use of AI.

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J.D. Vance Is an Oil Booster and Doubter of Human-Caused Climate Change

He once said society had a climate problem but changed his position sharply while seeking Donald Trump’s endorsement in his Senate race.

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Royal Mail will deliver letters forever, vows buyer

Daniel Kretinsky says he will not walk away from the Universal Service Obligation to deliver letters.

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What to Expect From Wednesday’s Emmy Nominations

The top nominees are announced at 11:30 a.m. ET. “Shogun” and “The Bear” are poised to have a big day.

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Elon Musk Enters Uncharted Territory With Trump Endorsement

The owner of X broke with tradition at other social media companies to support the former president, as he drives political conversation on his site.

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Oil Companies are Thriving as the World Pushes for Clean Energy

High prices and growing demand have helped U.S. oil producers take in record profits despite global efforts to spur greater use of renewable energy and electric cars.

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What to Know About Hotel Day Passes

Hotels are increasingly making some of their most enviable amenities available to day pass holders.

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China’s visa-free policies paying off as cruise traffic rises 60%, offers consumption boost

An ‘accelerated recovery’ of China’s cruise economy has provided support for expanding domestic demand and boosting consumption, Ministry of Transport says.

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China’s GDP forecasts cut by some banks to below 5% target, Beijing facing ‘critical point’

Some major investment banks cut their forecasts for China’s 2024 economic growth to below 5 per cent following disappointing second-quarter data.

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Will K-pop's AI experiment pay off?

Some of the genre's biggest names are now using artificial intelligence, but fans are divided.

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Russia antivirus firm Kaspersky quits US after ban

The move comes after sales and distribution of its products were banned by the Biden administration.

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Dimon and other Wall Street CEOs react to Trump assassination attempt: 'Deeply saddened' by violence

The shooting on Saturday shocked a nation gearing up for a contentious November election.

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China’s third plenum: US executives eye first-hand insights from economy-centric conclave

Companies including Goldman Sachs, Starbucks, Nike and Qualcomm are on the list to head to Beijing next week following the conclusion of China’s third plenum.

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China Is Holding a Major Meeting on the Economy That You Can’t Watch

President Xi Jinping is presiding over a conclave to draft a new economic program. The stakes are high, but expectations for big changes are modest.

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Promised Cures, Tainted Cells: How Cord Blood Banks Mislead Parents

Families pay thousands of dollars to store their children’s stem cells with the hope of a healthier future. But the cells are rarely useful, and sometimes contaminated.

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The Wall Street Firm Goldman Sachs’s Revamp Brings Jump in Profit

The Wall Street investment bank earned $3 billion in the second quarter, more than double the tally from a year earlier.

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How AI is fuelling uncertainty for game developers

In a struggling games industry AI has been hailed as a possible saviour. But not everyone's convinced.

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China’s bond rally sends yields to record lows, prompting concerns of ‘disrupting’ economy

Up to 2.5 billion yuan worth of two types of China’s 10-year treasury bonds will be sold on Tuesday amid risks that the bond bubble could burst.

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GM's 2025 EV production capacity target in doubt after Barra comments

The production capacity goal was one of the last standing EV targets GM hadn't lowered or withdrawn amid slower-than-expected demand for EVs.

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What is ETF Connect? How does it help global investors tap China’s stock market?

China is further opening up its US$8.4 trillion stock market by offering 85 new exchange-traded funds (ETFs) tracking mainland equities through the cross-border trading channel for offshore investors next week.

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Truth Social shares surge after Trump shooting

Analysts say traders see the shooting as improving Mr Trump's chances of returning to the White House.

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Trump Media Stock Jumps After Shooting at Pennsylvania Rally

Shares of Donald J. Trump’s social media company surged more than 30 percent on the first day of trading after the assassination attempt on the former president.

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Terrell Davis, N.F.L. Hall of Famer, Says He Was Unjustly Detained on Flight

The former Denver Broncos running back said that he was handcuffed by the authorities on Saturday after he tapped a United Airlines flight attendant on the arm.

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BlackRock Removes Ad From 2022 That Included Images of Trump Gunman

The gunman appeared briefly in a television commercial that was filmed at Bethel Park High School, where he was a senior at the time.

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Electric Vehicles May Become Harder to Rent

Rental car firms are offering temporary deals on electric cars, which they are selling after they lost value more quickly than expected.

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Caterpillar Factory in Mexico Draws Complaint of Labor Abuses

The Biden administration declined to pursue a union complaint of labor abuses in Mexico, raising new concerns about offshoring.

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‘Morning Joe’ Is Pre-empted for Breaking News Coverage

The change immediately led to questions about whether NBC was blocking the program, which has been loyal to President Biden, for political considerations.

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Fed’s Powell Welcomes Cooler Inflation but Steers Clear of Rate Cut Timing

Jerome H. Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, avoided signaling when the Fed would cut rates at a time when some economists are wondering why officials would wait.

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To Protect Against Wildfires, Insurers Try to Change Construction Standards

Property insurers are trying to force changes in construction standards that they say are necessary to protect against wildfires.

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Biden Policies Offer Benefits, but Little Political Payoff, in Pennsylvania

As inflation worries dominate, the Biden administration is struggling to take credit for infrastructure and industrial policy in the battleground state.

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Burberry Replaces C.E.O. Amid ‘Disappointing’ Results

The British luxury group appointed Joshua Schulman to replace Jonathan Akeroyd, and said it expected earnings to suffer as an industry downturn deepened.

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China’s Economy Slows Sharply as Housing Troubles Squeeze Spending

After a strong start to the year, spending has slumped as a real estate downturn weighs on consumers. Communist Party leaders are meeting this week to discuss what to do about it.

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What Parents Should Know About Cord Blood Banking

Millions of parents have paid to bank blood from their infants’ umbilical cords. But storage companies have misled them about the cells’ promise.

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Goldman Sachs tops estimates on better-than-expected fixed income trading

Goldman Sachs topped expectations for profit and revenue on better-than-expected fixed income results and smaller-than-expected loan loss provisions.

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The Election Muddle Aside, Investing Has Been a Snap Lately

Stocks prospered in the first half of 2024 but national politics clouds the outlook.

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More bumps on China’s road to 5% economic growth in 2024: 7 data takeaways

China’s economic growth ‘fell well below expectations’ in the second quarter, while retail sales and property investment remained headwinds in June, data released on Monday showed.

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Macy's ends buyout talks with Arkhouse and Brigade after months of negotiations

Arkhouse and Brigade had for months been attempting to buy out the storied retailer.

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Burberry boss ousted as sales continue to fall

The UK fashion house appoints Joshua Schulman to lead the firm as it looks to revive its fortunes.

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Republican Party Rejects Free-Market Economics in Favor of Trump’s Signature Issues

The Republican Party is rejecting elite economic ideas in a bid for blue-collar votes, abandoning long-held free-market principles in the process.

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The New Calculus for Democrats and Donors: Is Trump Unbeatable?

The shooting of Donald Trump has galvanized his campaign, prompted Elon Musk to endorse him and forced Democrats to rethink plans to oust President Biden.

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The $25 Trillion System of Retirement Savings Needs Fixing

Fifty years after Congress passed a landmark retirement law, 401(k) and I.R.A. accounts enrich mostly higher-income households. Here are five ways they can be improved.

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Taylor Swift Breaks Her Own Record With a 12th Week at No. 1

Facing a tight battle with Zach Bryan, the pop superstar benefited from the release of three new versions of “The Tortured Poets Department” and shipments of CDs.

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No Contact America

Encouraged on social media, many Americans are estranging themselves from their families as a therapeutic step.

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How to Avoid Paying Vacation Rental Fees

It takes some work to find a rental you can book directly, but the payoff can be significant.

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Deaths in China to reach ‘an unprecedented scale’, peak at 19 million in 2061

China reported 11.1 million deaths last year, which outnumbered the 9 million new births, adding to its population woes as its society ages.

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China’s June home prices dip for the 13th month, adding weight to stalling economic growth

The slump in the world’s largest property market dragged on China’s economic growth, which expanded at a slower-than-expected rate of 4.7 per cent in the second quarter.

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Xi tackles slow growth as economy 'hits the brakes'

A property crisis, local government debt, weak demand and unemployment are hurting China's economy.

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China’s third plenum: the 5 burning questions heating up debate – and our take

In advance of China’s third plenum, a major economic conclave, debate over the agenda has been rampant. Here are the most important questions being asked – and our thoughts as to their answers.

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China’s economic growth misses the mark amid weak demand, risks ‘undershooting’ annual target

China’s economic growth fell short of expectations in the second quarter, with analysts suggesting fiscal easing may ‘feature more prominently’.

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Beijing’s retailers rebel against rent hikes, stalling any return to pre-pandemic levels

Many retailers are sensitive to the slightest hike in rents in a stalling economy, putting pressure on landlords to to cut prices, said Sun Tin, director and head of research at CBRE North China.

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Is Brazil's Brics-building worth it?

The Brazilian president sees the Brics as a way to remake the world - but it is dominated by China.

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Stephen Roach on how Beijing can right its economic course and the US’ big China ‘blunder’

Economist Stephen Roach talks China’s third plenum, its long-term growth prospects and why efforts to limit its green tech development are hypocritical.

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How the ‘Glass Cliff Effect’ Sets Women Up for Failure

The term, which traces to 2005, describes a phenomenon where companies appoint women to leadership roles in moments of crisis, which can set them up for failure.

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4 Chinese economists and academics advising Beijing on capital, employment and finance

China’s tone-setting third plenum will take place next week, with officials having heard advice from economists and academics on Beijing’s economic strategies.

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Trump rally shooting: Chinese online retailers quick off the mark with souvenir T-shirts

First batch of souvenir T-shirts goes on sale on Taobao less than three hours after Donald Trump survives attempt on life at Pennsylvania rally.

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She's made her opening gambit. What's the chancellor's long game?

Once a junior chess champion, now Rachel Reeves runs the UK economy. Faisal Islam looks at her strategy.

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China’s population crisis demands ‘dynamic monitoring’ of households, more support: adviser

The goal would be a dynamic new system that helps authorities know more about families and abate China’s demographic woes.

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Delta Flight Attendants With Palestinian Pins Prompts Uniform Policy Change

A social media post showing two flight attendants wearing the pins drew criticism and prompted Delta to say that only U.S. flag pins would be permitted.

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How Janet Yellen Became an Unlikely Culinary Diplomat

The Treasury secretary views food as a way to connect, and her dining decisions have become the subject of global intrigue.

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What if the A.I. Boosters Are Wrong?

A skeptical paper by Daron Acemoglu, a labor economist at M.I.T., has triggered a heated debate over whether artificial intelligence will supercharge productivity.

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Finland’s once-brisk China ties rattled as Russia sanctions fracture travel, trade links

As Finland cooperates with European Union sanctions on Russia, its relationship with China has suffered as once-lively trade and travel links show cracks.

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Is There a Future in the Doomsday Economy?

With Fortitude Ranch, the entrepreneur Drew Miller is betting on franchised timeshares for people who are worried about the end of the world.

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How much does Japan need Chinese imports? And which appliance trade surprisingly sizzles?

Analysts say Tokyo’s new trade breakdown reflects how Japan has not been looking to decouple from China, but rather ‘insulate’ itself in certain areas.

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Mortgage competition hots up as rates decision looms

Lenders cut the cost of new mortgages, with hopes of further falls, but many homeowners are still stretched.

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Marathon Oil Agrees to Pay Record EPA Penalty

The company will spend $242 million to resolve allegations that it released methane, a greenhouse gas, and other pollutants in North Dakota.

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Hallmark+ Will Arrive in September, Joining the Streaming Fray

Hallmark+, which arrives in September, will include free greeting cards and a “Hallmark Hunk” competition show.

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AT&T Says Phone Data of ‘Nearly All’ Customers Was Breached in 2022

More than 100 million customers’ phone records were exposed, but the breach did not include contents of calls, texts or data such as Social Security numbers and passwords.

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JPMorgan and Wells Fargo Earnings Show Toll of Inflation

JPMorgan and Wells Fargo reported that overall deposits dropped. At Citi, losses piled up from credit.

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EU says X’s blue tick accounts deceive users

The EU says the way the social media site designs and operates blue tick accounts "deceives" users.

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Citigroup tops expectations for profit and revenue on strong Wall Street results

Citigroup on Friday posted second-quarter results that topped expectations for profit and revenue on a rebound in Wall Street activity.

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JPMorgan Chase tops second-quarter revenue expectations on strong investment banking

JPMorgan Chase on Friday posted second-quarter profit and revenue that topped analysts' expectations as investment banking fees surged 52% from a year earlier.

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How News Outlets Are Covering Kamala Harris

Some liberal news organizations have started playing up Ms. Harris’s perceived strengths. Conservative ones have stepped up their criticisms of her.

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SpaceX Rocket Fails in Orbit

The malfunction, the first since 2016, ended a streak of more than 300 successful launches for the Falcon 9 rocket.

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Here’s Why These Boho Knotless Braids Cost $450.

For many Black women, summertime calls for braids. Pricing for knotless braids, which are faster to braid, feel lighter and have gotten more popular, depends on the length and size of each braid and color blend, and whether hair used in the boho style is human or synthetic.

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Unilever to slash a third of European workforce

The biggest job cuts at the company for decades are part of an effort to revive growth.

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SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket suffers rare inflight failure, is grounded during investigation

A SpaceX rocket carrying Starlink satellites failed midflight, in a rare misfire for the company's workhorse Falcon 9 vehicle.

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The End of the Affair? Not for Eric Schmidt.

While Mr. Schmidt was chief executive of Google, he had an extramarital relationship with Marcy Simon, a public relations executive. A decade after they split, things are still messy.

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Antitrust Regulator Tells Chains: Back Off Your Franchisees

After a yearlong inquiry, the Federal Trade Commission warned brands not to gag their small business operators or charge them extra fees.

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Inside a $60 million beachfront mansion with subterranean secrets and Italian flair

The owner of the Mar Pietra beachfront mansion in Delray Beach, Florida, is looking to shatter a local price record with an asking price of $60 million.

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China’s exports surge, but sustainability questioned: 5 takeaways from June’s trade data

China’s export values grew at the fastest pace in 15 months year on year in June, but imports fell due to sluggish domestic demand.

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$95 Million

The amount unaccounted for after the failure of a company that operated banking software for online financial start-ups.

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‘We won’t run out of beer’: Pubs prep for Euro final

A surge in beer, burger, and pizza sales is expected ahead of England's match with Spain on Sunday.

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Banks in Synapse mess make progress toward releasing deposits of stranded fintech customers

More than 100,000 customers of fintech apps like Yotta, Juno and Copper have been locked out of their accounts since May.

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Carpetright close to collapse with 1,800 jobs at risk

The retailer says it intends to appoint administrators while it works to secure extra funding.

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‘Fly Me to the Moon’ Is a Throwback Amid Summer Blockbusters

Directed by Greg Berlanti, the film amounts to a Hollywood experiment: Is there still room at the multiplexes for original movies aimed at grown-ups.

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China’s midyear review: what to expect when third plenum opens, and what numbers can reveal

Structural challenges demand urgent action, economists and analysts tell Beijing as ‘everyone feels that the economy has not yet bottomed out’ in China.

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In News Conference, Biden Has Slips but Shows Strength on Foreign Policy

In a nearly hourlong appearance, President Biden hit back at questions about his fitness for office and engaged in long discourses on China and Gaza.

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Women are set to inherit trillions of dollars in the great 'horizontal wealth transfer'

There are over 43 million people in the Americas over the age of 75, with over $50 trillion in combined transferrable wealth.

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Biden Donors Still Have Questions After His Latest Test

The president’s performance in Thursday’s news conference at the NATO summit may not have been enough to calm Democratic donors and officials.

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China’s quest for overseas capital continues as investment restrictions eased in 6 cities

As China seeks infusions of foreign investment, the country will expand overseas access to service sectors in a select cohort of regional capitals.

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China Reaches Record Trade Surplus, Raising Alarm Abroad

China’s factories have begun an export blitz, prompting worries around the world about the effect on economies elsewhere.

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CATL taps investors as world’s No 1 EV battery maker raises funds for global supply chain

The fundraising underscores CATL’s ambition to expand its worldwide footprint, as global demand for EVs outpace petrol-gurgling cars that run on internal combustion engines.

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Germany to Strip Huawei From Its 5G Networks

Major telecom companies agreed to stop using critical components made by Chinese companies in their mobile infrastructure by 2029.

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China’s key SMEs urged to report improper fines, fees as Beijing seeks to ease hardships

China’s industry ministry will gather public information on problems faced by businesses, including fines and administrative fees.

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Dover port warns of up to two-hour waits at peak times

New EU border checks and travel for the Olympics will increase congestion at the UK's busiest port.

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China’s overseas demand remains strong as exports surge, but tariff impact looms

China’s export growth exceeded market expectations in June, while imports fell from a year earlier, data released on Friday showed.

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The Beastie Boys Sue Chili’s Over Use of ‘Sabotage’

The band said that the restaurant chain had ripped off the song and its music video in advertising videos posted to social media. The group has won similar cases in the past.

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Dollar General settles with Labor Department over workplace safety violations

Under the settlement, Dollar General is required to significantly reduce its inventory and increase stocking efficiency to prevent blocked exits and clutter.

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I.R.S. Crackdown on Delinquent Millionaires Yields $1 Billion

The beefed-up enforcement is part of the agency’s modernization initiative aimed at improving customer service and catching wealthy tax evaders.

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Inflation Cooled Further in June, Welcome News for the Fed and Consumers

Consumer Price Index inflation was 3 percent yearly in June and fell month-to-month, a sharper slowdown than expected and a relief for the White House.

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Post Office boss to step back to prepare for inquiry

Nick Read will step back from his duties to focus on preparing for the final stage of the Horizon IT inquiry.

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Biden Offers $1.7 Billion to Help Factories Build Electric Vehicles

A Jeep plant that closed last year will be among those that will benefit from federal grants meant to help automotive manufacturers and protect jobs.

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Pioneering British AI chip designer bought by Japanese firm

Graphcore was once considered one of the country's most promising start-ups, with a £2bn valuation.

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Why this China analyst says full decoupling is unlikely, and what’s missed in reform talk

Founder of Gavekal Dragonomics says efforts to dislodge China from global supply chains are unlikely to succeed and discussions of ‘reform’ from outside the country often miss vital context.

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Costco Raises Membership Fees for First Time in 7 Years

An increase of more than 8 percent will take effect on Sept. 1. The base membership will go up by $5, to $65 per year.

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Why both businesses and scammers love India's payment system

Fast and free, India's UPI payments system has been a big success, but has attracted scammers.

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Delta's summer outlook disappoints as industry's flight glut drives down fares

Delta on Thursday kicked off an airline earnings season marked by packed planes but profits under pressure as costs rise and increased capacity weighs on fares.

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PepsiCo Chip Sales Drop as Prices Sting

PepsiCo reports in its earnings that people are buying fewer salty snacks from its Frito-Lay brands. It’s not the only food company that is seeking to lure back consumers stung by high prices.

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Fraud Case Against Rich Exile Who Riled Beijing Goes to Jury

Guo Wengui fled China and allied with the American right in a quixotic quest to end Communist rule. U.S. prosecutors say he stole over $1 billion from his followers.

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Delta says the Olympics will cost it $100 million as travelers skip Paris

Delta says travelers are opting for other destinations or booking outside of the dates of the Olympic Games.

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More people than ever expected to bet on Summer Olympics after U.S. legal gambling boom

The Paris Olympics are the first games since legalized gambling has been widespread in the U.S. Will it make a difference for sportsbooks?

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Biden’s Pick to Lead F.D.I.C. Faces Little Resistance in Senate Hearing

Nominated for chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Christy Goldsmith Romero was cheered by Democrats and accepted by Republicans at a hearing.

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Audi strikes multiyear partnership with MLS' Inter Miami CF

Audi announced today the beginning of a multiyear partnership with the South Florida soccer club as the company aims to reach a growing soccer fan base.

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The NFL is open to private equity team ownership of up to 10%, Commissioner Roger Goodell says

Commissioner Roger Goodell told CNBC in an exclusive interview that the NFL is open to changing its policies to allow minority private equity ownership.

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Pfizer moves forward with once-daily version of weight loss pill after setbacks

The company plans to conduct studies in the second half of the year evaluating multiple doses of the drug. 

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Costco hikes membership fee for the first time since 2017

Costco will hike its annual membership fees by $5 in the U.S. and Canada starting Sept. 1.

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Once a G.O.P. Rallying Cry, Debt and Deficits Fall From the Party’s Platform

Fiscal hawks are lamenting the transformation of the party that claimed to prize fiscal restraint and are warning of dire economic consequences.

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After French Election, Voters Are Resigned to Cost-of-Living Crisis

France’s parliamentary elections were intended to bring change, but many fear the political gridlock means their struggle to pay bills will continue.

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Row over rise in water bills as firms say it's not enough

Water firms have hit out at bill rises of £94 over the next five years after wanting bigger hikes.

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PepsiCo earnings beat estimates, but U.S. demand weakens

The food and beverage giant PepsiCo reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings, but its revenue fell short of Wall Street's estimates.

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Apple Settles E.U. Case by Opening Its Payment Service to Rivals

Customers in Europe may see an influx of new apps and services for making tap-and-go purchases.

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China’s costly metro security is straining resources to get economic engine back on track

Weighing up national security concerns and economic burdens, some analysts say that thorough evaluations of public security systems could help lay a track for China’s economic recovery.

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After More Calls to Step Down, Biden Faces a New Test

Fresh calls from lawmakers and donors to step down have increased pressure on the president, as he prepares to hold a crucial news conference.

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Water bills: How much will I have to pay?

The regulator sets price limits for England and Wales, but water bills vary across the country.

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China’s consumers up travel interest despite worries, eye ‘rigorous yet relaxed’ lifestyle

Survey of 3,000 online users in China finds nearly a half of consumers aged between 18 and 59 are increasing spending on travel and holidays.

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Asia-Pacific’s riches grew 177% in last 15 years, outpacing rest of world, UBS finds

Mainland China has 6 million millionaires, far behind the US, while Hong Kong ties Australia for third in millionaires per capita, UBS wealth report says.

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Chinese EV makers train sights on Middle East, Brazil, Russia after US, EU raise tariffs

Chinese electric vehicle (EV) makers are looking at other markets where they could enjoy pricing advantage after the US and the European Union slapped higher tariffs on their shipments.

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China’s ‘low-altitude economy’ soars as UAVs surge by 48%, Beijing eyes healthy development

China is pushing for the ‘low-altitude economy’ to foster high-value jobs, bolster innovation in science and technology and inject momentum into the overall economy.

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Federal Trade Commission to sue drug middlemen over prices of medications including insulin, source says

UnitedHealth Group's Optum Rx, CVS Health's Caremark and Cigna's Express Scripts will reportedly be the targets of the FTC's suits.

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China’s love of domestic EVs endangers foreign carmakers, says consultancy AlixPartners

‘Fast EV adoption has put international marques in jeopardy,’ says AlixPartners’ Stephen Dyer, as local firms enjoy overwhelming advantages.

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NASA still expects Boeing's Starliner to return astronauts from ISS, but notes SpaceX backup option

Officials say Starliner capsule "Calypso" may return as soon as the end of this month from its extended ISS stay.

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China’s consumer inflation edges down, but ‘upside’ around the corner: 4 takeaways from June

China’s consumer price index edged down to a three-month low in June, while the producer price index hit a 17-month high.

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Walmart is opening five automated distribution centers as it tries to keep its grocery dominance

The facilities are part of Walmart's broader effort to modernize its supply chain and expand capacity to keep up with customers' online orders.

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With China’s homebuyers crying out for help, analysts say time is ripe for mortgage relief

As China’s homebuyers struggle to stay afloat, analysts and observers have suggested a renegotiation of mortgage rates, as well as an expansion of the country’s affordable housing.

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Premier faces China’s economic issues square on in meeting as inflation adds to pressures

Premier Li Qiang met business leaders and economists on Tuesday before inflation data pointed to persistent pressures for China’s economy.

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Are EU trade barriers on China fair? Beijing’s new probe demands answers after bloc action

An investigation is underway, and Chinese authorities will get answers with questionnaires, public hearings and field inspections in the months to come.

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China’s dormant job market inflames anxieties, simmering social tensions to surface

China’s employment issues appear to be having a spillover effect on society at large, with recent heated or violent incidents leading many to wonder about the role the job market has played in these outbursts.

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China’s financial sector jobs seen losing their lustre as salaries tumble amid crackdown

Deep and widespread pay cuts have hit China’s financial sector as Beijing seeks an honest and trustworthy, righteous pursuit of profits to support the economy.

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China’s weak consumer inflation points to ‘very limited’ domestic demand recovery

China’s consumer-price growth fell short of expectations in June while producer prices fell for the 21st straight month, data released on Wednesday shows.

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It suddenly looks like there are too many homes for sale. Here's why that's not quite right

Inventory of both new and existing homes is finally rising, but the supply of newly built homes appears to be way too high.

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First Ariane 6 rocket launches as Europe rejoins a market dominated by Musk's SpaceX

The European Space Agency has prepared its newest heavy-lift Ariane 6 rocket to launch from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, on Tuesday.

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Athletic Brewing raises $50 million as nonalcoholic wave sweeps beer making

Athletic holds over 19% market share within nonalcoholic beer and is driving 32% of total nonalcoholic beer category growth, according to NielsenIQ data.

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Space station startup Gravitics lands $125 million order from Axiom

Gravitics aims to become a manufacturer of private space stations, with designs for modules that have the "largest interior volume in a standalone spacecraft."

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China must unblock internal circulation, No 4 official says in warning of weak domestic demand

Wang Huning says ‘smoothing out domestic circulation’ would lead to advantages for China in terms of international economic cooperation and competition.

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China to launch its first platinum, palladium futures contracts

The Guangzhou Futures Exchange (GFEX) plans to launch its first platinum and palladium futures contracts in China, to offer a domestic price-hedging mechanism.

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China’s third plenum: implications for solar power, copper, steel, oil refining and grains

The third plenum is typically a forum for longer-term political and economic reforms, and the sense is that major initiatives are unlikely. But tweaks to the policy framework could still be consequential.

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China’s gig workers becoming new normal, but ‘inevitable trend’ comes with a burden

China has around 200 million gig workers who make a living from various temporary jobs, but they lack the security of traditional employment.

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Lay-offs by China’s top firms in key industries show unemployment biting through economic turmoil

A Post review of 23 annual reports from leading Chinese firms found that more than half downsized last year, while others slashed staff-related expenses.

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Paramount agrees to merge with Skydance, ending monthslong negotiations and Redstone era

Paramount agrees to merge with Skydance, bringing new ownership to the storied movie studio and CBS broadcast network long controlled by the Redstone family.

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Inflation outrage: Even as prices stabilize, Walmart, Chipotle and others feel the heat from skeptical customers

Customers' deep frustration with higher prices has pushed many retailers and restaurants to step up discounts, promotions and value meals.

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China’s graduates told to embrace financial reshuffle, ‘don’t feel ashamed’ about career

Students at a university in Shanghai told not to be ashamed of taking a job in China’s finance sector amid the industry’s heightened scrutiny and dwindling reputation.

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China’s new energy overcapacity solvable by market, not administrative action: academic

China’s capacity overflow in new energy, which has brought scrutiny from the West, can be solved by its huge market, an analyst has said.

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Chinese EV maker BYD buys stake in Thailand distributor after opening local factory

The world’s top EV maker buys a 20 per cent stake in Rever Automotive as it invests in Southeast Asia amid higher tariffs in the US and Europe.

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With pessimism in China and optimism in India, confidence seen key to economic puzzle

Economist Helen Qiao compares the differing levels of confidence in China and India as a key agenda-setting meeting looms for the world’s second-largest economy.

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China’s central bank ups control of interest rates with new operations amid reform push

Analysts believe moves by the People’s Bank of China to conduct additional open market operations paves the way for a new and narrower interest rate corridor.

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China comes out swinging at ‘Summer Davos’, but talks up markets and US trade

In this week’s issue of the Global Impact newsletter, we look back at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions that took place last week in the Chinese city of Dalian.

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Drought, floods, typhoons imperil crops and power as extreme weather spoils China’s summer

China will see more extreme weather events in the coming years due to the impact of climate change, said Yuan Jiashuang, deputy director at the National Climate Centre.

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China’s localities need debt relief, academic says, backing treasury bonds to ease burdens

With China’s local governments under the yoke of heavy debt, calls are growing louder for the central government to lighten the load with treasury bonds – and eventually, reform of public finances.

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'Protectionism eroding global business' - world trade chief

The boss of the World Trade Organization warns the global economy is facing numerous challenges.

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Could the 'flying piano' help transform air cargo?

A Texas start-up is developing cargo gliders that would be towed behind a jet.

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Would having an AI boss be better than your current human one?

Companies are now experimenting with using AI systems to manage their staff.

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How Microsoft and Nvidia bet correctly to leapfrog Apple

The two tech firms were among the first to see the commercial potential of AI.

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The fastest data in the world

Researchers are seeing how fast data can be delivered amid rising demand for bandwidth.

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What is 'AI washing' and why is it a problem?

Tech firms commonly highlight their use of AI, but in some cases it may be exaggerated.

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The screen tech that can do almost anything

New technology promises TV and phone screens that use much less electricity than current models.

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Huge Saudi construction projects 'might get scaled down'

Funding concerns are expected to see Saudi Arabia reduce its giant building schemes.

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How mobile phone networks are embracing AI

Providers are increasing using artificial intelligence to maintain a reliable service.

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Could brain-like computers be a 'competition killer'?

Computers built like brains could be much more energy efficient than current designs.

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Too much of a good thing? Spain's green energy can exceed demand

Spain is looking at storing electricity or increasing demand to solve electricity oversupply.

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The battle for Gen Z social shoppers

If TikTok is banned in the US, where might its social shoppers go?

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'We are creating new crops five-times faster'

How artificial intelligence is increasingly helping the arable farming sector.

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'Insane' amounts of data spurs new storage tech

Storing information with holograms and in glass is being proposed to deal with a deluge of data.

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