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The Spaniards reach their first World Cup final with a win over Germany.
Wal-Mart shares reduced to $60 at UBS. Estimates also cut, given weak sales trends. Buy rating maintained.
The Netherlands defeats Uruguay, 3-2, in an exciting game with a rousing finish.
Apple target raised at Kaufman to $349.
Global bourses mostly drifted lower Monday as U.S. markets were closed for the 4th of July holiday.
Bronislaw Komorowski won Poland's presidential election. His victory is likely to pave the way for government efforts to reduce the country's budget deficit.
The head of Libya's national oil company says he will recommend that his country's sovereign wealth fund take a strategic stake in U.K. oil company BP, according to a published media report.
The International Monetary Fund agrees to make a new $14.9 billion loan to Ukraine after both sides agree on a plan aimed at reducing Kiev's deficits.
A goal by Spanish striker David Villa gives Spain a victory over Paraguay. Spain advances to the semifinals against Germany, which earlier Saturday scored a decisive victory over Argentina.
The chief of Airbus' parent said Saturday the European Commission would likely appeal a World Trade Organization ruling on a long-running dispute with Boeing.