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Record-breaking S&P 500, Dow rally stalls on oil drop

Record-breaking S&P 500, Dow rally stalls on oil drop

ENERGY BOOST: Oil drillers and other energy companies are rising on a jump in oil prices. Filings for unemployment benefits unexpectedly held steady near a 43-year low last week, while producer prices recorded their biggest gain in a year in June.


Airtel Increases Data Benefits For 2G,3G And 4G Customers

Airtel Increases Data Benefits For 2G,3G And 4G Customers

Under the revised data benefits, the Rs 655 4G/3G monthly recharge pack will now offer 5 GB data against 3 GB earlier, an increase of 67 per cent. India's top three telecom companies - who control about 85% of the wireless data market - tend to keep their prices in sync with each other.



UK opens 'very fruitful' trade talks with Canada, says minister

The majority of Britons are opposed to a second referendum on membership of the European Union and nearly half believe new Prime Minister Theresa May should carry on without calling a general election, according to a poll published yesterday.



UK opens 'very fruitful' trade talks with Canada, says minister

The majority of Britons are opposed to a second referendum on membership of the European Union and nearly half believe new Prime Minister Theresa May should carry on without calling a general election, according to a poll published yesterday.


JPMorgan Profit Beats Estimates on Bond Trading, Loan Growth

JPMorgan Profit Beats Estimates on Bond Trading, Loan Growth

Excluding one adjustment made in accounting as well as a legal benefit, JPMorgan earnings reached $1.46 per share, which was 3 cents higher than estimates by analysts. Average core loans were up 16% from a year ago, and 3% from last quarter. On the other side of the spectrum, the top six executives of the biggest banks in America took home a collective $123 million in 2015, almost a 10 percent increase from the previous year.