LONDON, July 30- The dollar jumped and stock markets around the world were left flat-footed on Thursday after the Federal Reserve painted a relatively bright picture of the U.S. economy, boosting bets that it will hike interest rates in September. Big name companies set to report include Colgate-Palmolive, Coca-Cola, Mondelez International before the bell and...» Read More
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