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Dow, S&P 500 hit record highs on greater risk tolerance
NEW YORK Major U.S. stock indexes set record intraday highs on Tuesday as optimism about the world economy and upbeat corporate results from Alcoa boosted risk appetite, while European shares rose for the fourth straight day.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Heads for a Record High Close  New York Times
Dow, S&P 500 sprint to fresh records  MarketWatch
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Dimon Wades Into Inequality Debate With a Raise for the Little Guy
It is, in some ways, a microcosm of the United States, a realm of lofty pay for some and stagnant wages for many. The place is JPMorgan Chase & Co.
JPMorgan's Dimon will raise pay of 18000 workers — but not just because ...  CNBC
JP Morgan to Raise Pay for Lower-Tier Employees, CEO Dimon Says  Wall Street Journal
After Crashes, Can Tesla Reassure Consumers?
A Tesla executive displays the new Model X car, which features an Autopilot mode, at the company's headquarters on Sept. 29, 2015, in Fremont, Calif.
US safety agency seeks answers on fatal Tesla Autopilot crash  Reuters
What is Tesla's new 'master plan'?  MarketWatch
Wanda's AMC to Buy European Theater Chain
...  AMC 8.25 % China's Dalian Wanda Group Co. made it clear Tuesday that it plans to become the largest movie-theater company in the world, one way or another.
AMC buys largest European theater chain in $1.2-billion deal  Los Angeles Times
AMC's Brexit Bargaining Power  Bloomberg
Some deals, little buzz around Amazon's Prime Day
SAN FRANCISCO - Amazon's Prime Day appeared to go relatively smoothly despite a slight hiccup early Tuesday morning. Unlike 2015, deals didn't sell out and customers seem happier, if somewhat less hyped up, about the sales event.
Customers Complain As Shopping Cart Glitch Mars Amazon's Prime Day  Forbes
Amazon's 'Prime Day' Sales Start at Same Pace for Merchants  Bloomberg
Hiring, Openings Cool in Labor Market's Miserable May
Job openings fell to a five-month low and hiring dropped to an 18-month low in May. By Andrew Soergel | Staff Writer July 12, 2016, at 12:17 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Hiring, Openings Cool in Labor Market's Miserable May.
Opinion: Why Howard Schultz and Jamie Dimon decided to lift worker pay  MarketWatch
Job Openings Declined in May, a Month of Weak Job Market Performance  Wall Street Journal (blog)
US oil settles up 4.56 pct after 2-month lows
Oil prices surged as much as 4 percent on Tuesday in a technical correction and on short covering after a two-month lows hit in the previous session, traders said.
Oil soars 5 percent in biggest one-day gain since April  Reuters
Why Venezuela's oil production plunged to a 13-year low  CNNMoney
American Airlines to Renew Credit-Card Deals With Citigroup, Barclays Unit
American Airlines Group Inc. said it is renewing credit-card relationships with Citigroup Inc. and Barclaycard US, taking the unusual step of sticking with two card issuers following a big merger.
Why Shares of American Airlines Are Flying Higher Tuesday  Motley Fool
American Airlines strikes new AAdvantage card deal with Citi, Barclaycard US  Dallas Morning News
Corn Rises as U.S. Export Demand Gets a Boost From Brazil's Woes
Corn futures jumped after the latest U.S. government forecast for domestic inventories was less than expected, indicating that lower production in Brazil is boosting demand on the international grain market for American exports.
Nebraska expecting record wheat crop  Lincoln Journal Star
The Prospects Of Wheat  Seeking Alpha
Ramifications Of Plains All American Pipelines Simplification Plan
Plains All American Pipelines has announced a simplification plan with its general partner that will eliminated GP and IDR payments by the MLP.
Plains All American simplifies, cuts investor payouts  FuelFix (blog)
Plains All American (PAA) Trims Distribution, Provides Outlook