China's Bazooka Fails to Overwhelm

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China’s stock market bailout probably won’t work. A bigger question is why the country’s leaders felt the need to do it in the first place.

Trade Winds Blow Calmer for Now

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Ahead of the Tape: With Europe trying to contain the Greek crisis and China attempting to limit fallout from collapsing stock prices, the U.S. may be in for a bit of trade trouble.

Mexican New-Car Sales Rebound

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Easier credit, dealer promotions and a sharp cutback in imports of used cars from the U.S. are causing a rebound in Mexico’s domestic auto sales, which along with strong export demand, is contributing to record production.

Legacy to Buy Texas Natural-Gas Assets Totaling $440 Million

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Legacy Reserves LP has agreed to buy natural gas assets in East Texas from Anadarko Petroleum and Western Gas Partners LP, a move that marks Legacy’s entry into the East Texas market.

New Honda CEO Shifts Focus to Technology

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Honda’s new CEO is making a break from his predecessor by prioritizing new technology, while stepping back from the aggressive sales targets the Japanese auto maker had struggled to meet.

Greek Shipping Company Shares Dive Post-Referendum, but China may be Cause

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China’s faltering stock market and flagging economy are likely spooking marine shipping investors more than Greece’s debt crisis, analysts say

Big U.S. Banks Refile 'Living Wills' After Regulatory Rebuke

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Twelve of the largest U.S. banks refiled with regulators their plans for navigating bankruptcy, their latest attempt to show they wouldn’t need a taxpayer bailout in a financial crisis.

Greek Debt Crisis Threatens Imports

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Greek voters’ decisive rejection of international creditors’ bailout terms adds to the pressure on foreign exporters already worried about getting paid for imports into Greece.

Greek Bank Vortex Threatens Deal Hopes

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The longer Greece’s economic limbo endures, the closer to collapse Greece’s banks will be and the more difficult any new economic bailout becomes.

ProsiebenSat.1, Axel Springer in Talks to Merge

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German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 AG and publishing company Axel Springer SE are in talks to combine their businesses in a transaction that would shake up the media market in Europe’s biggest economy, people familiar with the matter said.

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