Sears Sales Deteriorate Further

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Sears Holdings revealed steep declines in second-quarter sales, though the retailer shored up its finances through a series of spinoffs and negotiations with its lenders.

China Manufacturing Gauge Hits Two-Year Low

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The Caixin China manufacturing purchasing managers index, a gauge of nationwide manufacturing activity, fell to 47.8 in July from 49.4 in June.

Pimco Gets Warning From SEC on Fund

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Pacific Investment Management disclosed that it received a Wells Notice from the staff of the SEC concerning the Pimco Total Return ETF.

Big Banks Charge Ahead With Cards

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Consumer demand for credit is rising while big banks lower their standards and raise credit limits.

U.S. Consumer Spending Up 0.2% in June

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Americans curbed their spending increases in June, a sign that weak wage growth might be weighing on consumers.

U.S. Manufacturers Expand at Slower Pace in July

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U.S. manufacturers expanded at a slower pace in July, according to a survey released Monday by the Institute for Supply Management, the latest signs of tepid growth in the sector.

Eurozone Crisis Nations Leave Greece Behind

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The eurozone recovery is increasingly being led by those hardest hit by the crisis – except for Greece.

Noble Group's Troubles Aren't Going Away

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Commodities trader Noble Group needs to stanch the bleeding. It better hope someone comes quickly.

College Tuition Q&A

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Experts answer more questions from readers about saving and paying for college.

Aer Lingus's Margin Challenge for British Airways Parent

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Half-year results at International Consolidated Airlines and Aer Lingus point to a widening gap in profitability ahead of their deal.

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