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  • Trump Doubles Down on Hispanic Insults—Now, They’re All Rapists

    After a week of negative press surrounding his comments about Mexicans who cross the border illegally being rapists and criminals, billionaire real estate magnate and genius of self-parody Donald Trump appeared on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday to clarify his remarks. “It's not Mexicans…

    The Fiscal Times
  • Greeks struggle with daily grind as foreigners head to beach

    ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Gamal Takaway has turned up the hustle, to no avail. The popular waiter who goes by the nickname Jimmy often steps out into the pedestrian street in front of the Taverna Plaka restaurant to cajole strollers into taking a table. But even his epic charm has failed since the…

    Associated Press30 mins ago
  • Tsipras 'will quit if Greek vote lost'

    Greek PM Alexis Tsipras threatens to resign if the result of a snap referendum on Greece's debt crisis due on Sunday does not go his way.

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    Cramer: Don't buy on current market dip

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer ticks down reasons for complacency in today's market action.

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  • Uber is reportedly losing boatloads of money

    Uber is reportedly operating at a loss of close to half a billion dollars, according to a bond...

    Business Insider
  • Here’s what technical analysts are watching after the year’s biggest selloff

    One chart watcher says the stock market’s slide “could turn nasty” if the S&P 500 can’t hold above 2,040, while another argues that investors shouldn’t expect a quick rebound.

  • You’ll Never Guess the Latest Victims of the Student Loan Crisis

    A fast-growing number of seniors are hitting retirement with a student debt burden. Even their Social Security is at risk.

  • Ask Stacy: When Can I Stop Paying Mortgage Insurance?

    Private mortgage insurance is simply insurance your mortgage lender takes out to protect against the risk that you default. PMI is typically bundled with your regular monthly mortgage payment, so unless you’re on the ball, you’ll forget you’re paying it.

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  • Current Oil Price Slump Far From Over

    Comparing the most recent collapse in oil prices to previous shocks suggests that the current oil price slump is a longer-term event than many believe

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    How to Time Your Medicare Enrollment

    Q: When should I sign up for Medicare? A: Most pre-retirees know that Medicare coverage kicks in when you turn 65. But that’s not the whole story. If you want to enroll in Medicare without hassles and ...

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    Next for Puerto Rico: 'People are going to leave'

    As Puerto Rico's dire fiscal and economic situation becomes more acute, the commonwealth could see its population decreasing even further.

  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • Paying off Greece's debt - via crowd-funding

    The campaign goal is to raise 1.6 billion euros ($1.8 billion), the same amount Greece was expected to fail to pay the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday. Pledge 3 euros and get a postcard sent from Greece of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

  • F1 tire size a deal-breaker for Michelin

    By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - Michelin has no interest in supplying tires to Formula One unless the sport agrees to make them bigger, a change motorsport head Pascal Couasnon feels sure will happen eventually. The French company and current suppliers Pirelli are the only bidders for the…

  • McDonald’s Aims for a Classier Crowd with Lobster Rolls

    As sales continue to fall, McDonald’s is desperately trying to reinvent itself, and its latest efforts seem to be aimed at a slightly classier crowd. New England-area McDonald’s are going to start selling lobster rolls again after a 10-year hiatus, according to a report on Fox CT. No word yet on…

    The Fiscal Times
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    How Sour Have Things Gone With Greece?

    June 29 -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel tells reporters in Berlin that while she doesn’t want to put pressure on Greek voters before the referendum scheduled for July 5, the outcome of the referendum is linked to euro membership. Bloomberg's Hans Nichols reports on “Market Makers.”

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  • Ruble Seen Extending Worst Drop Since January on Debt, Greece

    The ruble trimmed its biggest monthly drop since January, with PAO Rosbank, Credit Suisse Group AG and Renaissance Capital seeing more weakness in the third quarter because of the crisis in Greece and external debt payments. Russia’s currency added 0.2 percent to 55.585 against the dollar at 1:40…

  • Developer of $3.5B Bahamas megaresort files for bankruptcy

    The developer of a $3.5 billion hotel-and-casino project under construction in the Bahamas announced Monday that it has filed for U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Baha Mar Ltd. said the U.S. filings ...

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