- Obamacare hit by ruling, but subsidies to continue
Judges say the law allows subsidies only in states with their own exchanges, meaning possible premium hikes for millions who bought subsidized plans. But for now, the White House says, the aid will continue.
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- Apple gears up for 80M large-screen iPhones
- Detroit retirees back pension cuts by a landslide
- Billionaire Carlos Slim pushes a 3-day workweek
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- US airlines scrap Israel flights over missile fear
- Goodwill, feds investigate possible data breach
- Judge nixes suit over Empire State Building IPO
- Sales of existing homes rise to an 8-month high
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- Wall Street up on data, mixed earnings11:16 AM ET | Reuters
- Pace of U.S. home resales rises to eight-month high10:26 AM ET | Reuters
- U.S. consumer inflation rises on high gasoline prices9:17 AM ET | Reuters
- Coca-Cola sales miss estimates as North America growth stalls10:06 AM ET | Reuters
- McDonald's profit falls on weak U.S., European sales10:41 AM ET | Reuters
- Credit Suisse posts big loss after U.S. tax settlement9:12 AM ET | Reuters
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[BRIEFING.COM] There hasn't been a shortage of headlines for market participants to digest today. Most of them have gone down pretty easy, too.
Geopolitical concerns have ebbed for the time being, earnings results continue to be mostly better than expected, and today's economic data revealed that inflation pressures remain in check while existing home sales rose for the third straight month and topped an annual pace of 5.00 mln for the first time since October 2013.
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