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The Wall Street Journal: IMF backs conditional $1.8 billion bailout for Greece

The IMF’s board backed a $1.8 billion bailout for Greece, but only “in principle,” since it still considers the country’s debt is “unsustainable” without significant relief by Athens’s European creditors.

Futures Movers: Oil steadies as investors wait for rig data, OPEC meeting

Overnight, the international benchmark Brent hit reached the $50-a-barrel level for the first time in more than a month before the slide in U.S. trading that some attributed to profit-taking

The Wall Street Journal: Trump may name Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director

Scaramucci, 53 years old, is the founder of hedge-fund investing firm SkyBridge Capital and a hedge-fund conference known as SALT.

Asia Markets: Asian markets cool off following recent surge

Equities across the Asia-Pacific region were lower on Friday, taking a breather from the recent surge where gains in Australian shares lagged behind other indexes as sharp moves its currency plagued stocks.

5 reasons why millennials can’t have nice things (or save any money)

Young Americans spend $2,300 per year more on a wide range of items.

This is the deadliest time of your life to put on weight

There are serious health hazards to being overweight.

The Wall Street Journal: Regulators drop Dodd-Frank crackdown on Wall Street bonuses

Several regulators have dropped pursuit of a long-running plan to restrict bonuses on Wall Street, as part of a wider effort to stop working on unfinished rules put in place after the financial crisis.

The dark side of cruises

Since 2000, nearly 300 people have gone overboard from cruises and ferries.

The Wall Street Journal: EU threatens to punish Poland for crackdown on courts

The European Union is threatening to deploy its most severe punishment on a member state for the first time, highlighting what it sees as Poland’s grave departure from the bloc’s core tenets.

MarketWatch First Take: Microsoft rides huge tax benefit from failing at smartphones to big earnings beat

Microsoft Corp. beat Wall Street’s earnings estimates by a wide margin in its biggest quarter of the year, and it has a huge failure to thank for it.