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Visitors are returning to Spain, but will they arrive soon enough and in sufficient numbers? See full story.

Israel says Pfizer vaccine just 64% effective in real world as delta variant continues to spread rapidly

The global tally of confirmed cases of COVID-19 climbed above 184 million on Tuesday, as the highly transmissible delta variant continued to race across the world and the Israeli health ministry said it believes delta has weakened the overall effectiveness of its vaccine program See full story.

The red-hot U.S. economy cools off, ISM finds, because of major shortages and not enough workers

Restaurants, retailers, shippers and other businesses that compose the huge service side of the U.S. economy simply cannot find enough people to fill open jobs or obtain enough supplies to keep up with exploding sales. See full story.

Dow down 400 points as stocks turn mostly lower after fall in ISM service sector gauge

U.S. stocks trade mostly lower Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 index pulling back from record levels, as investors return from a three-day weekend, extending a decline after a larger-than-expected fall in the June Institute for Supply Management's service sector index. See full story.

Didi spurned Chinese regulators, who wanted to delay its U.S. IPO

Weeks before Didi Global Inc. went public in the U.S., China’s cybersecurity watchdog suggested the Chinese ride-hailing giant delay its initial public offering and urged it to conduct a thorough self-examination of its network security, according to people with knowledge of the matter. See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

Internal Revenue Service audit numbers dropped again in 2020, continuing a downward trend that’s been occurring for years --- except for one group of taxpayers. See full story.

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