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The unchanged PPI follows a 0.6% rise in June.
It's Flextronic's second major aquisition in less than two weeks.
The report says the heady levels of economic activity seen earlier in the year seem to have slowed.
The rally in oil prices helped to boost a bevy of oil-related equities.
Shares of the networking giant are slightly up in after-hours trading in reation to the report.
The surprising gain in productivity and drop in labor costs may ease pressure on the Fed to raise rates.
The growth in borrowing in June was slower than in May, but it remains near historically high levels.
May Department Stores reported Monday second-quarter profits dropped 12%.
Layoffs of government census workers contributed to the decline in nonfarm payrolls.
Data suggest that some portions of the economy bounced back from what some called preliminary signs of slowing.