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Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told CNBC that Russia would consider giving financial help to debt-ridden Greece.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission raised a record $44.9 billion in the auction of so-called AWS-3 airwaves.
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Google blamed currency and hardware issues for its revenue miss, but remained optimistic about its core business.
Japan's Honda Motor Co sliced 6.5 percent off its core annual profit forecast.
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