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Today's Top Stories - July 25, 2016  

Beware The Bell! U.S. stock-index futures pointed to a narrowly lower open on today, after closing higher for a fourth consecutive week on Friday More

Europe: European markets extended gains on Monday, as investors digested another batch of corporate earnings and prepared for key central bank meetings later this week More

Asia: Nintendo shares tumbled nearly 18 percent in an otherwise quiet Asian trading session on Monday, as traders eye key central bank meetings in the U.S. and Japan due later in the week More

Oil: Oil prices held near two-month lows on Monday amid worries that a global crude and refined product glut would weigh on markets for some time to come More

Gold: Gold fell on Monday, extending a second straight week of losses, as a recovery in risk appetite supported stock markets near nine-month highs ahead of central bank meetings this week in the United States and Japan More

Verizon and Yahoo are set to announce an exclusive $5 billion deal Verizon and Yahoo are set to announce that they are striking an acquisition deal, according to sources close to the situation. The news is expected by Monday, although it could come earlier or later More

Cramer Remix: A warning on Apple Cramer outlined the stocks he will be watching next week: Apple: This will be the real test to Cramer's "own Apple, don't trade it" philosophy. He expects another no-growth quarter and the bears could be on the prowl in full force. More

'Insane amount of catalysts' on investors' radar in the week ahead The final week of July is guaranteed to be one of the busiest of the summer, as traders watch to see if a nascent earnings recovery is enough to justify record-high stock prices More

Obama vetoes bill to cut ex-presidents' pay President Obama on Friday vetoed legislation that would have scaled back the pensions of former presidents, a change that would have affected his own pension when he leaves office early next year More

Ginnie Mae Hired Fake CPA To Run $1.9 Trillion Portfolio Officials at the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae) hired a tax scofflaw with a resume including a false claim to be a certified public accountant (CPA) as chief financial officer (CFO) and put him in charge of a $1.5 trillion loan portfolio More


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