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Callie Bost and Lu Wang 5:40 PM The bull market's base just lost another brick and it's bad news for Apple bulls and the larger market.
Ryan Hoerger and John Detrixhe 12:05 PM The man who helped revolutionise high-frequency trading now wants to shine a light on markets, creating a system that allows everyone to check trades to see whether they're getting ripped off.
Maria Petrakis 10:52 AM Greece's banking crisis is having at least one positive outcome, and it's made of plastic.
Michael Fletcher 8:29 AM Debt-plagued Puerto Rico defaulted on a bond payment for the first time on Monday, triggering what is likely to be a long battle with creditors as it seeks to restructure some $US73 billion in loans.
George Georgiopoulos and Angeliki Koutantou 6:57 AM The main Athens stock market shed 16 per cent on Monday, as shares of the country's major banks plunged.
Tess Ingram Former White House economic adviser Gene Sperling says he doesn't "buy into the hard landing in China" and thinks China and India will both provide strong demand for minerals over the next decade.
China's factory activity shrank more than initially estimated in July, contracting by the most in two years as new orders fell and dashing hopes that the world's second-largest economy may be steadying, a private survey showed on Monday.
Greek financial markets reopen on Monday after a five-week suspension as talks continue with creditors on austerity measures and reforms required for a third bailout.
Greece may seek €24 billion in a first tranche of bailout aid from international lenders in August to prop up its banks and repay debts falling due at the ECB, a pro-government Greek newspaper said in its early Sunday editions.
Luke Kawa Massive capital outflows from China over the past four quarters have been viewed as a symptom of the moderation in growth prospects for the world's second-largest economy and a possible cause of further weakness.
Mario Parker Count bikers, boaters and, to hear some say, even God, among those who oppose law that forces refiners to use corn to make gasoline.
Sarah Frier Patience is a rare investor virtue. Mark Zuckerberg thinks he has the track record to ask for it.
Peta Thornycroft, Harriet Alexander The man who shot Cecil the lion wanted to bag a giant elephant after killing the protected big cat - but was unable to find one large enough for his liking, his guide has disclosed.
Matt O'Brien What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro 16 years ago? Well, probably the one most likely to leave the common currency.
Jack Ewing Deutsche Bank's net profit more than tripled in the second quarter but its newly appointed co-chief executive says the bank needs to do better.
Eleven months of surviving with oil below $US100 have left Russia hardened enough to endure a month-long drop to $US40 a barrel, a survey of economists showed.
Andrew Mayeda The IMF reiterated its unwillingness to provide more financing to Greece without debt relief by euro-member states and further reforms from the Greek government.
Matt O'Brien America's premier real estate mogul-turned-reality TV star has become the hero of working-class whites. It's an unlikely match, and one that needs a healthy dose of cognitive dissonance. Yet in one way, surprisingly, Donald Trump has a point.
Mark Hawthorne John Elkann – the heir to Italy's Fiat, Ferrari and Alfa Romeo empires and a director of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp - has been dragged into the legal dispute between Fiat Chrysler Australia and former chief executive Clyde Campbell.
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Daniel Bases US Treasury prices, which had already lost ground on Wednesday, had little reaction to the Federal Reserve's assessment of an improving US labour market as it kept the door open for an interest rate hike, possibly as soon as September.
Jared Lynch An Australian free trade agreement with India is possible by the end of the year, according to one of Australia's biggest investors.
Deepa Babington Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has confirmed he made secret preparations for a parallel payment system after a disclosure that's provoked shock and disbelief in Greece.
Craig Trudell and Masatsugu Horie Volkswagen surpassed Toyota Motor Corp to become the biggest car maker by deliveries in the first half.
Jeffrey V'geli UBS Group reported second-quarter profit that beat analyst estimates as income from managing funds for the wealthy more than doubled on lower costs and equity trading rose to the highest in three years