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Jobs Report: US Employers Add 209000 Positions
Hiring by U.S. employers remained robust in July, if a bit slower than previous months, with a broad-based rise in payrolls extending a half-year streak of strong employment gains.
Instant View: July US job growth above 200K, below expectations  
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British Airways and Iberia, its sister airline, have enjoyed their best second quarters since the financial crisis, helping their owner return to the black.
The cost of revamping stores and launching a membership scheme that offers shoppers free coffee has affected profits for Waitrose, the upmarket grocer has warned.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- U.S. manufacturing lost some momentum in July after hitting an almost-two year high in June, according to the final purchasing managers index released by Markit on Friday.
The owner of insurers Churchill and Direct Line said the value of car premiums it sold fell by 9% in the first half of the year as competition in the motor industry remained intense.

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