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AP Top Extended Financial Headlines At 6:40 a.m. EDT

Global stock markets inch higher on continued boost from Europe moves to ease debt crisis

Barclays chairman Marcus Agius stepping down after bank hit with massive fine for data scandal

Eurozone unemployment rises to 11.1 percent in May, highest rate since euro was established

A look at the unemployment rates across the 17 countries that use the euro currency

Chinese court says Apple pays $60 million to settle iPad name dispute with local company

Economists forecast that US manufacturing grew at a slower pace in June

US construction spending likely posted modest gain in May as housing market improves

EU, IMF officials travel to Cyprus to start negotiations on EU bailout for eurozone country

Midweek July Fourth means confusion for travelers, businesses; Americans seen spending less

Oil falls below $84 in Asia amid waning EU euphoria, signs of weaker China economy

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