July 3, 2013 Headlines: The status of U.S.-North Korea talks, jobless claims in June, and more.
Bloomberg: U.S. companies continue to hire in preparation for demand in the second half of the year.
Bloomberg: U.S. jobless claims decreased in the last week of June to 343,000.
CNN Money: China plans to play a bigger role in Africa's economy despite the efforts by the U.S.
New York Times: An increase in factory orders in June gives an optimistic outlook on U.S. manufacturing.
Reuters: Demand in the U.S. has strengthened as the trade deficit unexpectedly widens.
Washington Post: Washington will not agree to talks with North Korea until they stop using nuclear weapons.
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