DOW Breaks 9,000
For the first time since last January, the Dow Jone Industrial Average broke the 9,000 mark. More 
Dollar Tumbles as Risk Aversion Abates
A surging stock market and better-than-expected earnings reports prompted investors to embrace riskier investments at the expense of the dollar pushing the greenback to a seven-week low. By 1:30 PM in New York today, the dollar traded at $1.4236 per euro after reaching $1.4291 earlier in the day. More 
US Home Sales Rise 3.6% in June
The National Association of Realtors said today sales of previously-owned homes rose by 3.6 percent in June. This is the third month is a row that sales have increased. More 
Bank of Canada Says Recession All But Over
The Bank of Canada  said today that the recession in Canada will end before the end of the quarter.
“With the economy supported by better financial conditions and higher levels of business and consumer confidence than anticipated, the downturn in activity in the first half of the year has been less severe,” the bank said in its Monetary Policy Report. “And growth is now projected to turn positive in the third quarter.” More 
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