July 26, 2013 Headlines: Signs that U.S. manufacturing is improving, challenges facing the nation's budget, and more.
Bloomberg: Copper numbers in the U.S. have bounced back thanks to a pick up in U.S. manufacturing.
Bloomberg: Obama faces challenges from House Republicans while sorting out the nation's budget priorities.
Brookings: Manufacturing is key to prosperity in the U.S.
Forbes: Current U.S. companies need to be set up for success in the global marketplace.
New York Times: Obama promises not to wait for congress when it comes to infrastructure.
Wall Street Journal: President Obama plans to continue trade talks with Vietnam.
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