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  • TOKYO, July 1- Confidence at big Japanese manufacturers unexpectedly improved in the three months to June and is seen rising further ahead, a closely watched central bank survey showed, underscoring the bank's view that growth is gathering momentum. The headline index for big manufacturers' sentiment rose from three months earlier to plus 15 in June, the Bank of...

  • WASHINGTON, June 30- The Federal Reserve is on track to raise interest rates this year, with September still "in play," a top Federal Reserve official said on Tuesday, despite growing market volatility and anxiety in the wake of Greece's debt default. Louis Fed President James Bullard shrugged off the impact of Greece's economic problems and said the Fed will...

  • *Asia cautious as Greece misses IMF loan payment. defensive in Asia on Wednesday as Greece became the first. Still, it surprised no one when the International Monetary Fund confirmed Greece had missed a payment on its debt, perhaps taking it a step closer to an exit from the euro.

  • SYDNEY, July 1- The euro got off to a cautious start in Asia on Wednesday with Greece's fate still hanging in the balance after it became the first advanced economy to ever be in arrears to the International Monetary Fund. It has been choppy between $1.0955 and $1.1279 this week in reaction to ever-changing developments in Greece. The International Monetary Fund...

  • WASHINGTON, June 30- President Barack Obama will deliver a statement on Cuba in the White House Rose Garden on Wednesday at 11 a.m., the White House said.

  • OTTAWA, Ontario— The Canadian government has approved the sale of Cirque du Soleil to a group headed by a U.S. private equity firm and its Chinese partners. Industry Minister James Moore said Tuesday the application to acquire the famed circus troupe was deemed an overall economic benefit for Canada. TPG is acquiring a 60 percent stake, Chinese investment firm...

  • WASHINGTON, June 30- U.S. exporters large and small scrambled on Tuesday to urge foreign customers not to abandon deals supported by the U.S. Export-Import Bank, which will be forced to halt new business at midnight as its charter expires. Companies affected range from giants including aircraft maker Boeing Co and General Electric Co to small exporters of...

  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was investigating the incident, which appeared to be the latest in a string of fiber cable cuts in the San Francisco Bay area over the last year, according to special agent Greg Wuthrich of the Bureau's San Francisco division. The cut took place in Livermore, a city about 40 miles east of San Francisco, Wuthrich said.

  • WASHINGTON, June 30- The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday urged Ukraine and its creditors to reach an agreement over debt restructuring after meeting with both sides in Washington. Agreeing on a debt restructuring is one of the conditions Kiev must meet under the IMF's $17.5 billion bailout program. "The Fund encourages Ukraine and its creditors to...

  • Pfizer Inc, the largest U.S. drugmaker, for example reported more than $234.2 million in research payments and another $53.3 million in general payments. John Diliberti, a pediatric geneticist from Illinois, collected nearly $447,000 from Pfizer in consulting fees last year, the biggest single payment to an individual doctor by the drugmaker.

  • In a May 2014 report, Griffin cited problems at the Phoenix hospital over long patient wait times and falsification of records to cover up the delays. A doctor who first exposed serious problems at the troubled Phoenix hospital said a report by Griffin's office last August on patient deaths was a "whitewash" that minimized life-threatening conduct by senior...

  • June 30- For many Puerto Ricans, events this week that seemed to herald a fraught new period in the island's spiraling economic crisis were just the latest frustrating developments in Puerto Rico's long running decline. Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla's announcement on Monday that the U.S. territory would seek a moratorium on up to $72 billion of debt came...

  • NEW YORK— Donna Karan will step down from daily duties as chief designer at her namesake company, Donna Karan International, to devote more time to her philanthropic foundation. She'll remain a close adviser, according to a company statement released Tuesday. Reaction was swift as insiders lauded Karan as a visionary, with the Council of Fashion Designers of...

  • WASHINGTON, June 30- The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday confirmed Greece had not made its 1.5 billion euro loan repayment to the Fund, making it the first advanced economy to ever be in arrears to the Fund. IMF spokesman Gerry Rice said Greece can now only receive further IMF funding once the arrears are cleared. Rice confirmed that Greece had asked for a...

  • IMF SAYS BOARD WILL CONSIDER GREEK REQUEST FOR EXTENSION IN DUE COURSE.

  • WASHINGTON, June 30- The Obama administration on Wednesday will announce it has reached an agreement with Cuba to reopen embassies and restore diplomatic relations severed more than five decades ago, U.S. officials said on Tuesday. President Barack Obama, in Washington, and Secretary of State John Kerry, in Vienna for Iran nuclear talks, will both address the...

  • IMF CONFIRMS GREECE DOES NOT MAKE 1.5 BLN EURO REPAYMENT TO THE FUND.

  • CHICAGO, June 30- U.S. grain and soybean futures on Tuesday climbed to their highest prices since December after the U.S. Agriculture Department said crop stockpiles and spring plantings were smaller than analysts expected. U.S. corn and soybean stocks as of June 1 were up from a year ago, after record-large harvests last year, but below market forecasts due to...