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The Guardian | World | Australia | Australian Elections - June 8, 2016: (03:19 BST): Australian Election 2016: Labor Attacked on Company Tax as Shorten Releases "Economic Blueprint" - Politics Live

theguardian.com Calla Wahlquist   Aprox  3.19am BST 03:19 I won’t post a summary this lunchtime because I’ve done two in the course of the morning. Today is about the economy and budget management. That’s all you need to know in the event you are just tuning in with your sandwich.

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on June 7, 2016.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Major Indexes Closing Major Indexes 5:45 p.m. EDT  06/07/16

Gerald Celente - Trends in The News - Job Numbers Dive, Economy on Crash Course. Originally Published on June 4, 2016

  Gerald Celente

DealBook P.M. Edition on June 7, 2016: Top Story: French Bank Is Ordered to Pay Trader Who Almost Ruined It.

  Tuesday, June 7, 2016 TOP STORY French Bank Is Ordered to Pay Trader Who Almost Ruined It Jérôme Kerviel persuaded a labor tribunal that he should not have been fired for his trades, which nearly brought about the demise of Société Générale.

FTC Press Release: Identity Theft... by Mobile Phone

by Lisa Weintraub Schifferle Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC

The Guardian | Business | Banking | U.S. Economy - June 7, 2016: House Financial Committee Chair to Propose Overhaul of Dodd-Frank Law

theguardian.com The chair of the House financial services committee is proposing to wipe out much of the US regulation put in place after the financial crisis with a plan expected to ignite debate in the presidential election but flame out in Washington.

The Guardian | Business | Economics | International Trade - June 7, 2016: WTO Chief Says Post-Brexit Trade Talks Must Start From Scratch

theguardian.com Larry Elliott   Negotiations about the shape of the UK’s post-Brexit trade arrangements would have to start from scratch after a leave vote in the EU referendum , the head of the World Trade Organisation said as he admitted there had been no preliminary discussions with the UK government.

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - June 7, 2016: Mike Kosares: Former Bank of England Head Joins Greenspan as Gold Advocate

Submitted by cpowell on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 .  By Michael J. Kosares USAGold.com, Centennial, Colorado Tuesday, June 7, 2016

U.S. Stock Market Future Indications Update, by MarketWatch - June 7, 21016: U.S. stock Futures Trim Gains After Productivity Data

marketwatch.com Anora Mahmudova, Barbara Kollmeyer   U.S. stock futures pared gains shortly before the opening bell Tuesday after government data showed productivity of businesses and workers fell in the first quarter but by less than initially reported. Labor costs were revised upward, suggesting wage inflation is ticking up. Investors are still grappling with implications of economic data in light of Federal Reserve’s tentative plans to normalize interest rates.

NYT First Draft on Politics - June 7, 2016: Hillary Clinton Reaches Historic mark, A.P. Says, by Amy Chozick and Patrick Healy

Tuesday, June 7, 2016 Tuesday, June 7, 2016 Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally in Long Beach, Calif., on Monday. Monica Almeida/The New York Times Hillary Clinton Reaches Historic Mark, A.P. Says By AMY CHOZICK AND PATRICK HEALY

DealBook Today's Top Headlines - June 7, 2016: A Jump in Law Firm Salaries | National Amusements Alters Viacom Bylaws to Prevent Paramount Sale | Who Decides 'Fair Value'?

  Tuesday, June 7, 2016 TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES By AMIE TSANG A JUMP IN LAW FIRM SALARIES Cravath, Swaine & Moore, one of the legal industry's most elite law firms, has increased the annual salary for its first-year lawyers to $180,000 , from $160,000, Elizabeth Olson writes in DealBook. Salaries for other associates have also been raised by as much as $35,000 annually, up to $315,000 for associates in their eighth year.

Asian Markets at Close Report, by CNBC on June 7, 2016: Asian Markets Close Up as Australia, India Central Bank Calls Support Shares

cnbc.com Saheli Roy Choudhury Markets in Asia closed higher on Tuesday, taking a generally positive view of comments from U.S. Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen and from on-hold calls from central banks in Australia and India. The Nikkei 225 wavered between gains and losses before closing up 95.42 points, or 0.58 percent, at 16,675.45, getting a boost from a slightly weaker yen. On Monday, the index had closed down 0.37 percent.