BNY Mellon ETF Bug Could Still Sting

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Bank of New York Mellon’s computer glitch may prove costly.

Netflix Ends Epix Cable Deal, Pulling High-Profile Films

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Streaming service to focus on originals and exclusives; Hulu lands a film trove

China's Next Problem: Paying for Its Stock-Market Bailout

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China will need to pay the cost of cleaning up its stock-market bailout.

U.S. Port Traffic Hinted at China Slowdown

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Long before investors lost faith in the Chinese stock market, something seemed amiss at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. The number of containers coming from China was up, but beginning in 2013, fewer loads were being sent in the other direction.

Campbell's Quest for Souped-Up Sales

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In the past year, Campbell Soup started making organic varieties of classic products, cut its use of artificial ingredients, and pledged to remove high-fructose corn syrup from more foods. On Thursday, it will shed light on whether those efforts are souping up lackluster sales.

Fed's Fischer: 'Good Reason' to Think U.S. Inflation Will Move Higher

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The Fed‘s Stanley Fischer said there is “good reason” to think sluggish U.S. inflation will firm and move back toward the U.S. central bank’s 2% annual target, touching on a significant assessment facing the Fed ahead of its September policy meeting.

Brazil's Big Bet on China Turns Sour

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Brazil’s big bet on China is turning sour as the Asian country’s once voracious appetite for Brazilian exports dims.

China's Turbulence Exposes Risks to Europe's Growth

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The eurozone’s heavy reliance on exports leaves the region vulnerable as emerging markets stumble.

GDP Numbers Reveal Momentum Underlying U.S. Economy

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Consumer, business and government spending helped propel better-than-expected U.S. growth in the second quarter.

For Emerging Markets, 2015 Isn't 1997

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Capital Account: Falling currencies aren’t a sign that a repeat of the 1997 emerging-market crisis is brewing. But China’s slowdown and the accompanying slump in commodity prices are exposing structural weaknesses those economies have neglected for too long, Greg Ip writes.

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