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Argentina's stock index sinks 8.4% on default, economic fears - USA TODAY

2014-07-31
Argentina's stock index sinks 8.4% on default, economic fearsUSA TODAYThe Merval Index sank 753 points – the equivalent of a 1,400 point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average – after rising to record highs Wednesday on a potential debt deal. The 25-stock, basket-weighted index represents Argentina's biggest industrial ...and more »

S&P500 index posts worst fall since April; indexes down for July - Reuters

2014-07-31
ReutersS&P500 index posts worst fall since April; indexes down for JulyReutersOn Thursday, all 10 S&P500 index stock sectors fell more than 1.0 percent, with energy .SPNY down 2.4 percent leading the decline. Exxon Mobil Corp's (XOM.N) second-quarter earnings beat expectations but oil production dropped, and its shares fell 4.2 ...and more »

Gold Weaker On Upbeat US GDP Report, Rallying US Dollar Index; FOMC a ... - Forbes

2014-07-31
SFGateGold Weaker On Upbeat US GDP Report, Rallying US Dollar Index; FOMC a ...Forbes(Kitco News) - Gold prices ended the U.S. day session modestly lower Wednesday, pressured somewhat by a much-stronger-than-expected U.S. gross domestic product report and by a rising U.S. dollar index that hit a nearly six-month high. August Comex ...Traders Are Blaming Thursday's Big Sell-Off On 1 StatBusiness Insiderall 715 news articles »

US employment cost index posts fastest rise since 2008 - MarketWatch

2014-07-31
US employment cost index posts fastest rise since 2008MarketWatchWASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - An index that measures the price of U.S. labor rose in the second quarter at the fastest pace since the fall of 2008, largely because of higher retirement and health-care benefits. The employment cost index climbed 0.7% in ...US employment cost index rises 0.7% in second quarterInvesting.comall 4 news articles »

Dow Outcasts Alcoa, HP Race Ahead Of Blue-Chip Index - Forbes

2014-07-31
ForbesDow Outcasts Alcoa, HP Race Ahead Of Blue-Chip IndexForbesThe Dow Jones Industrial Average is meant to be a 30-stock representation of the U.S. economy, but when it comes to picking stock winners some of the index's outcasts have proven much more attractive than its members. Alcoa Alcoa and Hewlett-Packard ...