China's factory activity shrank for the first time in seven months in May as new orders fell, entrenching fears that its economic recovery has stalled.
The St. Louis Fed chairman said QE3 is still the most effective way to provide additional monetary stimulus when interest rates are close to zero.
Britain's Financial Conduct Authority fined a wealth management unit of U.S. bank $4.6 million for being unable to show it was giving clients the right advice.
The carmaker paid off its $451.8 million loan nine years earlier than required, using money raised last week in a stock and debt offering.
The maker of Spam reported its net income fell to $125.5 million as sales rose about 7% to $2.15 billion in the quarter.
The insurer is looking for a new director with regulatory experience as it readies for the government to classify it as big enough to merit greater scrutiny.
The Japanese auto maker will recall the Micra model manufactured in the U.K. between 2002 and 2006 due to a problem with the steering wheels.
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