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Wall Street Journal What's News: Episodes

Retail sales tumble again in June ... Import prices down last month by the most in a year ... Northrup Grumman closes a ship yard. Bill Fantini reports.
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FDA begins safety review of Avandia; Stocks gain for a sixth consecutive day as Alcoa and Intel boost invetor confidence; and a government data review indicates sudden acceleration in Toyota vehicles could be due to driver error.
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BP may finally be reaching a turning point in the Gulf oil crisis ... Fed officials are divided on how aggressively they should act if the economy slows further ... and Intel's earnings provide dramatic proof that businesses have joined consumers in snapping up new computers
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The U.S. trade deficit widened in May ... Small businesses continue to feel highly pessimistic about the U.S. economy ... Tyco will acquire ADC Telecommunications. Bill Fantini reports
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The U.S. issued a new order banning most new deepwater-drilling activities until Nov. 30 ... Aon will buy Hewitt Associates for $4.9 billion in cash and stock ... and Alcoa swung to a profit in the second quarter, kicking off another earnings season
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Stocks inch higher as traders wait on earnings season to begin; Alcoa kicks things off by swinging to a profit in the second quarter, and Aon to buy Hewitt for $4.9 billion.
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AON to buy Hewitt for $4.9 billion ... BP reportedly in talks with Apache on a deal that could include BP's Alaska operations ... The Fed urges lenders to extend job-creating credit to small businesses. Bill Fantini reports.
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BP mulls selling off billions in assets ... small investors have been fleeing stocks ... money managers express cautious optimism ... and Spain is celebrating its first World Cup
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Stocks post another win and enjoy their best week in almost a year; wholesale inventories rise; and NTP sues six smart phone makers.
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Wholesale inventories rose in line with economists' expectations in May, but sales of wholesalers declined. CNBC reports former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan says a double-dip recession remains possible.
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The ECB's Trichet said strains in European financial markets are easing ... the U.S. and Russia agreed to one of the biggest prisoner swaps between the two countries since the Cold War ... and buyout shops BC Partners and Silver Lake agreed to acquire health-care company MultiPlan
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Consumers still hold off on using their credit cards in May; retail sales just so-so in June; but the stock rally extends to a third day.
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Weekly jobless claims fell last week by 21,000 to 454,000, more than analysts expected. U.S. chain stores reported tepid results for June.
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The slow-motion economic recovery is losing steam ... BP sets a new target to fix its runaway oil well ... banks often extend sour property loans ... and coffee futures recently jolted back toward new highs
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Stocks soar on positive news fromt he financial sector; AT and T finds a software defect that slows down the service for some iPhone users; and China re-examines Google's content license.
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Mortgage applications filed in U.S. were up last week, but mostly on refinancing activity. BP's Tony Hayward has been holding talks with officials in Abu Dhabi.
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The Obama administration filed a suit to block Arizona's tough new immigration law ... a heat wave continues to choke much of the East Coast and parts of the Midwest ... steel prices in the U.S. and elsewhere tumbled in June ... and Volkswagen announced a broad management shuffle
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A late burst pushes the market higher; growth in the services sector weakens in June; and BP says it won't issue new equity to cover spill costs.
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U.S. service-sector activity grew more slowly in June. There was only a modest increase in June employment trends.
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Vacant office space continued to accumulate in the second quarter ... Libya's top oil official called BP a bargain ... Toyota is testing new models longer and reducing the number of outside engineers it uses ... and banks are scrambling to find new jobs for star proprietary traders
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