Muted Response to Greece Reflects Change in Markets

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Financial markets’ quiet response to the latest Greek crisis shows how much things have changed since worries about Greek debt helped disrupt global markets in 2011 and 2012.

Mexico's Peso Is Stung by Bets on U.S. Rates

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Mexico’s currency fell to a record against the dollar Monday, illustrating the downside of popular emerging-market trades at a time of anxiety about higher interest rates in the U.S.

Commodities Skid on China's Stock Rout

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Commodities suffered their worst day in seven months as a steep selloff in China’s stock market magnified investor fears about weaker demand from one of the world’s largest consumers of raw materials.

Is This a Coffee Shop or a Bank?

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Some newer Capital One locations resemble cafes more than they do traditional bank branches. That is part of banks’ broader struggle to maintain a connection with customers in the age of digital banking.

J.P. Morgan Taps New Top Lawyer

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Stacey Friedman will succeed Stephen Cutler as general counsel early next year and would become the sole female senior lawyer among the largest U.S. banks.

FDA Cloud Hangs Over Vape Shops

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E-cig shop owners are bracing for new rules that are expected to require federal approval for nearly all flavored liquid nicotine juices and e-cig devices sold in vape stores.

Deal-Related Jitters Hit Humana, Aetna

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Humana on Monday cut its earnings outlook because of higher-than-expected medical costs as the company discussed its previously announced $34.1 billion tie-up with Aetna Inc.

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.

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