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New Measures Introduced by China to Boost Economy Fail to Bring Long-lasting Confidence

New Measures Introduced by China to Boost Economy Fail to Bring Long-lasting Con

Although, Beijing introduced a new series of financial confidence boosters yet the stimulus  proved to bring a short lived bounce in the market.

In spite of having one of the best beginnings of a session noted since 2008, the Shanghai Composite is heading towards a loss at the end of the day.

Overwhelming ‘No’ vote by Greeks Make the Nation’s Future Uncertain

Overwhelming ‘No’ vote by Greeks Make the Nation’s Future Uncertain

Greece is facing a major financial jolt, but that too could did stop the country's people from voting a majority 'No' against bailout measures proposed by the international creditors of the nation.

This action by the Greeks surely stunned the European Union.

CPUC Votes Unanimously to Support a Revised Version of Electricity Pricing that Saves Money and Promotes Clean Energy

CPUC Votes Unanimously to Support a Revised Version of Electricity Pricing

The CPUC or the California Public Utilities on Friday with a 5-0 vote chose unanimously to adopt a somewhat revised version of what was originally proposed as a reform for its residential electricity consumption rates.

It’s Quite Likely that Greek Bank Customers have to Bear More Financial Pain

It’s Quite Likely that Greek Bank Customers have to Bear More Financial Pain

Greek bank customers may be heading for a real financial difficulty.

What seems to be a contingency plan by the Greek banks, it could mean a likely "bail-in" of depositors in the middle or worries that the nation is headed for a financial collapse.

JetBlue Starts Weekly Charter Flights to Havana from New York

JetBlue Starts Weekly Charter Flights to Havana from  New York

Starting from Friday, JetBlue Airways Corp began the first direct charter flight between New York and Havana. It was the first U.S. carrier to fly in that route after Barack Obama, the U.S. President decided to make an effort to normalize relations with Cuba, the Caribbean island nation.

Californians Will Face Changes in Electricity Bill as PUC Gets Ready to Vote on Friday

Californians Will Face Changes in Electricity Bill as PUC Gets Ready to Vote on

There is a plan for changes in the electricity charges paid by the Californians and it could give a jerk to the pocket of the consumers using less electricity.

According to the proposal on which the state Public Utilities Commission is scheduled to vote on Friday, the present four tier graduated rates which the consumers see now could go down to two or three.

Increase in the Number of U.S. Oil Drilling Rigs Break the 29 Week Successive Decline

Increase in the Number of U.S. Oil Drilling Rigs Break the 29 Week Successive De

Since December, it's the first time when the U.S oil drillers have put the rigs into work which drove down the future prices of oil on speculation that there will be increased supple in the coming months.

Though Employers Hire at Steady Rate Wages Remain Flat

Though Employers Hire at Steady Rate Wages Remain Flat

June was a month when the employers hired at a steady rate which caused the unemployment rate to move down to a seven year low to 5.3 percent. However, other measures of job market portrayed a graver picture as they revealed that a number of people stopped searching for work, and wages did not move further up.

Aetna Acquiring Medicare Insurer Humana for $37 Billion in Cash and Stock Combination

Aetna Acquiring Medicare Insurer Humana for $37 Billion in Cash and Stock Combin

To strengthen its health-care coverage base, Aetna Inc. will be buying Humana Inc. The deal will be for $37 billion in combination of cash and stock.

The transaction which involves the second largest private provider of Medicare insurance, value it at $230 per share as per the closing price. That is twenty three percent more than the last closing price of Humana.

New Financial Worries Leave Greece Divided

New Financial Worries Leave Greece Divided

With Greece's debt woes deepening and the financial as well as political situation not getting any better, the thought of people is divided into two right now.

Looking at the Sunday's referendum on proposals for European bailout, the affected nation has been overshadowed with uncertainties.

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New Measures Introduced by China to Boost Economy Fail to Bring Long-lasting Con
Overwhelming ‘No’ vote by Greeks Make the Nation’s Future Uncertain
CPUC Votes Unanimously to Support a Revised Version of Electricity Pricing
It’s Quite Likely that Greek Bank Customers have to Bear More Financial Pain
JetBlue Starts Weekly Charter Flights to Havana from  New York
Californians Will Face Changes in Electricity Bill as PUC Gets Ready to Vote on
Increase in the Number of U.S. Oil Drilling Rigs Break the 29 Week Successive De
Though Employers Hire at Steady Rate Wages Remain Flat
Aetna Acquiring Medicare Insurer Humana for $37 Billion in Cash and Stock Combin
New Financial Worries Leave Greece Divided
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