The Latest: France to require masks at indoor public spaces

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PARIS — French President Emmanuel Macron says he wants to require masks inside all indoor public spaces by Aug. 1.

Wells Fargo loses $2.4 billion in 2Q, first loss since 2008

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Silver Spring, Md. (AP) — Wells Fargo lost $2.4 billion in the second quarter, the first quarterly loss for the bank since the real estate crash of 2008.

Consumer prices jump 0.6% in June, led by gains in energy and food but...

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumer prices jump 0.6% in June, led by gains in energy and food but expectation is virus will keep lid on inflation.

JPMorgan profit hit hard by pandemic, as consumers struggle

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NEW YORK (AP) — The coronavirus pandemic is weighing heavily on the financial health of JPMorgan Chase, as the nation’s largest financial company set aside billions in the second quarter to cover potential losses from all the businesses and consumers who are unable to pay their debts due to the slumping economy.

UK government to exclude Huawei from role in supplying new high-speed network equipment to wireless...

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LONDON (AP) — UK government to exclude Huawei from role in supplying new high-speed network equipment to wireless carriers.

Amazon unveils shopping cart that knows what you’re buying

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NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon has a new cure for long supermarket lines: a smart shopping cart.

White House campaign urges jobless to ‘find something new’

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A new White House-backed ad campaign aims to encourage people who are unemployed or unhappy in their jobs or careers to go out and “find something new.”

Asia Today: Another spike brings India past 900,000 cases

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NEW DELHI (AP) — India's number of coronavirus cases jumped by another 28,000 on Tuesday and are fast approaching 1 million.

UK economic bounceback falls short of V-shaped recovery hope

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LONDON (AP) — The British economy grew by far less than anticipated during May, dampening hopes that the recovery from what is set to be one of the country's deepest recessions in centuries will be rapid.

Global shares drop on jitters over virus, China-US friction

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TOKYO (AP) — Global shares fell Tuesday as skepticism set in about the recent upward momentum in global markets given rising confirmed coronavirus cases and percolating tensions between the U.S. and China.