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Hopes high for strong day on Wall Street after US GDP growth revised up

theguardian.com — The US economy picked up pace in the second quarter and beat economists' estimates as businesses ramped up investment, helping fuel a second-day bounce-back for Wall Street's battered financial markets.
Aug 27, 2015

Today's stock market emoticon: 。(⌒∇⌒。) of course this may change (个_个) gu.com/p/4bq2a/stw

Aug 27, 2015

RT @dominicru: Today's stock market emoticon: 。(⌒∇⌒。) of course this may change (个_个) gu.com/p/4bq2a/stw

Aug 27, 2015

RT @dominicru: Today's stock market emoticon: 。(⌒∇⌒。) of course this may change (个_个) gu.com/p/4bq2a/stw

FTSE 100 rebounds after rally in China and US ends days of turmoil

theguardian.com — The FTSE 100 has climbed by about 150 points after a surge in stocks in China and the US. The London index was up about 2% to 6,099 points shortly after opening on Thursday, after a rally in New York led the Dow Jones Industrial Average 619 points (3.95%) higher, ending a six-day sell-off sparked by global concerns about the health of the Chinese economy.

Dow Jones surges over 400 points at opening bell as US markets rally

theguardian.com — US stock markets rallied strongly on Wednesday as global stock markets attempted to shake off days of sell-offs amid fears that China's economic boom is stalling. The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened up over 400 points (2.62%) while the S&P was up 46.5 points (2.39%) and the Nasdaq was up 135 points (2.75%).

US stock market gains wiped out to close second volatile day on Wall Street

theguardian.com — US stock markets continued to seesaw on Tuesday following a day of global sell-offs sparked by fears that China's economic boom is running out of steam. The Dow Jones industrial average initially appeared to be bouncing back from " Black Monday" - a day when it crashed more than 1,000 points before ending the day down 586 points.
Aug 25, 2015

RT @GuardianUS: US stock market gains wiped out to close second volatile day on Wall Street trib.al/4n8vUYB

Aug 25, 2015

RT @BusinessDesk: US stock market gains wiped out to close second volatile day on Wall Street gu.com/p/4bzdg

US stock markets surge at opening bell as global market panic appears to ease

theguardian.com — The global stock market panic appeared to be easing Tuesday as US markets opened up following a dramatic sell-off by investors around the world dubbed "Black Monday". Related: Stock markets surge after China cuts interest rates - live updates The Dow Jones Industrial average rose 178 points, 1.12%, after the opening bell.

Inside Alphabet: why Google rebranded itself and what happens next

theguardian.com — Every month a hundred billion searches run through Google - a repository of the world's curiosity, hopes, dreams and fears. Google has been a verb in the Oxford English Dictionary since 2006, it is valued at $445bn and last year had revenues of $66bn.
Aug 12, 2015

“We’re not commenting on the whys of the financial structure,” a Google spokesperson said theguardian.com/technology/201…

Google to reorganize into new company called Alphabet

theguardian.com — Google is dead. Long live Alphabet. The tech company announced on Monday that it would rebrand itself Alphabet - a new holding company whose largest wholly owned subsidiary will be Google. In a blogpost made public after the stock markets closed Larry Page, Google's co-founder, wrote: "As Sergey [Brin, co-founder] and I wrote in the original founders letter 11 years ago, 'Google is not a conventional company.
Aug 10, 2015

Google is dead. Long live Google, as Alphabet. Or under it. Google is the Alphabet... bit.ly/1f4mCKZ

Google to reorganize into new company called Alphabet

theguardian.com — Google is dead. Long live Alphabet. The tech company announced on Monday that it would rebrand itself Alphabet - a new holding company whose largest wholly owned subsidiary will be Google. In a blogpost made public after the stock markets closed Larry Page, Google's co-founder, wrote: "As Sergey [Brin, co-founder] and I wrote in the original founders letter 11 years ago, 'Google is not a conventional company.
Aug 11, 2015

Google to restructure into new company called Alphabet gu.com/p/4bdch?CMP=Sh…

Aug 10, 2015

WTF? Google to reorganize into new company called Alphabet gu.com/p/4bdch?CMP=Sh…

Aug 10, 2015

Well this is unexpected: Google to reorganize into new company called Alphabet gu.com/p/4bdch?CMP=Sh…

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Puerto Rico defaults on debt repayment in first for a US commonwealth

theguardian.com — Puerto Rico missed its first debt repayment on Monday, the first time the troubled US commonwealth has failed to pay its bills. The island paid just $628,000 toward a $58m debt due to creditors of its Public Finance Corporation.

Drinks giant Diageo under investigation for artificially boosting sales figures

theguardian.com — Smirnoff and Johnnie Walker drinks giant Diageo is reportedly being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission over allegations it tried to artificially boost sales figures by shipping excess inventory to distributors. Sending more cases to distributors than they have ordered could potentially have allowed Diageo to report increased sales and shipments.
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