How Chinese Stocks Fell to Earth: 'My Hairdresser Said It Was a Bull Market'

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After Chinese shares hit a seven-year high in June, new investors opened millions of brokerage accounts to play the rally. Many now face big losses despite Beijing’s battle to stem a stock selloff.

For U.S. Earnings Season, Bar Is Low and Hopes Are High

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Analysts are expecting weak second-quarter profits at U.S. companies as earnings reports are set to begin rolling out this week. But many investors are confident profits can clear the low bar and support share prices.

For U.S. Earnings Season, Bar Is Low and Hopes Are High

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Analysts are expecting weak second-quarter profits at U.S. companies as earnings reports are set to begin rolling out this week. But many investors are confident profits can clear the low bar and support share prices.

European Shares Expected to Tumble

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The euro dropped and European shares were expected to open sharply lower, a day after Greeks overwhelmingly voted against their international creditors’ conditions for further bailout aid.

Greek Voters Poleax Markets

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The projected result of the Greek vote will rattle the eurozone and global markets.

Rolls-Royce Suspends Share Buybacks

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Rolls-Royce is suspending its share-buyback program after sluggish demand for its less powerful aircraft turbines and marine engines have weighed unexpectedly heavily on profit so far this year.

Regulators Probe Marketing of Hot Private Tech Shares

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Securities regulators have launched a broad investigation into whether hedge funds and other investors are improperly selling hot private technology stocks amid a boom in the trading of such shares.

Samsung Still Has Galaxies to Explore

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Investors staring at Samsung’s slow progress bar should stay patient.

Sequels Short on Box-Office Fireworks

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In Hollywood, many have long believed that the only thing more American than apple pie are sequels like “Magic Mike XXL” and “Terminator Gensisys.” But moviegoers had a different opinion this Independence Day weekend.

Car-Repair Notices Feed Class Action Lawsuits

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Class action lawyers are seizing on service bulletins as they look for new cases to bring against auto makers, raising the risks for manufacturers when they notify dealers of possible vehicle problems.

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