- Jobs data, Argentina default send stock futures tumbling
Dow futures are down more than 100 points after Americans filed more unemployment claims than expected last week. Argentina defaults for the second time in 12 years after last-minute debt talks fail.
- US jobless aid applications rise to 302,000
- Target names Pepsi exec Brian Cornell as CEO
- Exxon Mobil's quarterly profit jumps by 28%
- MasterCard cashes in as credit card use grows
- Weak video demand hurts Time Warner Cable
- ConocoPhillips profit up slightly as output rises
- Sony surprises with eightfold jump in earnings
- Samsung profit falls as smartphone sales slow
- Fed remains cautious as economy accelerates
- Panasonic to invest in $5B Tesla battery plant
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- U.S. jobless claims up, wage growth starting to push higher9:13 AM ET | Reuters
- Exxon Mobil second-quarter profit tops estimates on higher oil prices8:37 AM ET | Reuters
- MasterCard profit rises 10 percent as card usage grows8:21 AM ET | Reuters
- Weak demand for video services weighs on Time Warner Cable8:16 AM ET | Reuters
- Stock futures slump; Dow, S&P may turn negative for July9:17 AM ET | Reuters
- Target appoints Pepsi executive Brian Cornell as CEO8:39 AM ET | Reuters
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