Monday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (07/29/2019)

Former Fed Chair Janet Yellen says she’s in favor of an interest rate cut – CNBC

Junk bond issuers snap up chance to stretch out borrowing – Financial Times

Pfizer, Mylan Plan to Combine Generic Drug Business: Reports – The Street

JPMorgan, UBS Among Banks Facing $1 Billion FX-Rigging Suit – Bloomberg

A Fed interest rate cut is in the bag. What then? – Reuters

FOMC meeting, July jobs report, earnings — What to know in the week ahead – Yahoo Finance

Dividend Stocks Might Get a Little More Love if the Fed Cuts Interest Rates – Barrons

Amazon in talks to buy Uber Eats India, plans to add food delivery to Prime – Business Standard

Tesla’s sales never recovered after Hong Kong cut a tax break – Quartz

China accuses Hong Kong protesters of committing ‘evil and criminal acts’ – CNN

US-China trade talks collapse was ‘not normal’, says veteran US negotiator – South China Morning Post

China’s Long View – Stephen Roach

Nearly 1,400 detained in Moscow protest; largest in decade – Associated Press

Record Disney revenue at 2019 box office – SeekingAlpha

Richmond, Virginia’s public housing agency holds comment period on plans it already approved, holds hearing to empty room – Muckrock

‘He realizes now that he screwed up’: Biden scrambles to recover from debate flop – Politico

World powers, Iran to meet in attempt to save nuclear deal – The Hill

Trump blames White House air conditioning on Obama – Associated Press

Store yanks black rag dolls meant to be slammed against walls: ‘Offensive and disturbing’ – USA Today

Jessica Alba’s Twitter hacked, posts homophobic, racist and Nazi-sympathizing messages – Fox News

Sophie Turner And Joe Jonas Reportedly Saw A Therapist After Their Dog Died In A Freak Accident – BuzzFeed

New bill allows Oregon students to take ‘mental health days’ – NBC News

Aging baby boomers becoming new face of cannabis – Worcester Telegram

How To Enjoy Alcohol Without Ruining Your Diet – Forbes



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