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CNBC's Ron Insana Bets Inflation 'About to Fall Hard'
With consumer prices having risen 2.1 percent in the year through June, some analysts are beginning to worry about inflation. CNBC contributor Ron Insana isn't one of them. I'll bet a truckload of scarce limes, or acouple bushels of wheat, that inflation is about to fall,...... [Full Story]
The Markit Economics preliminary index of U.S. manufacturing unexpectedly [Full Story]
Many financial analysts have complained that hedge funds offer lackluster [Full Story]
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes fell sharply in June and the prior [Full Story]
Poverty is as endemic today as it was when President Johnson inaugurated [Full Story]
Google Inc. hasn't done enough to satisfy an investigation by multiple [Full Story]
Trying to take your financial temperature? It's not just a matter of how [Full Story]
Jobless Claims Fall to Lowest Level Since Early 2006
The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefit [Full Story]
The Government Accountability Office sent out investigators to check how [Full Story]
The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefit unexpectedly dropped last week to the lowest level in more than eight years. [Full Story]
Caterpillar reported higher-than-expected second-quarter earnings on Thursday but said sales fell as a continued slump in the global mining industry offset a rebound in the North American building sector. [Full Story]
U.S. regulators adopted moderate reforms for money market mutual funds on Wednesday, in what amounted to a compromise that aims to balance the need to reduce the risk of runs on the funds while still protecting the product's utility for investors. [Full Story]
The stock market has been full of calm in recent months, with the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) hitting a seven-year low earlier in July. [Full Story]
Despite the multi-billion-dollar settlements that major banks have reached with the federal government for their behavior leading up to the financial crisis, the public remains upset with them. [Full Story]

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