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The 10-Point: My Guide to the Day's Top News.

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Good morning.
Continental Divide
Just a few years ago, the big U.S. and European banks were going toe-to-toe. But now, in the trans-Atlantic rivalry for banking supremacy, U.S. firms have taken the lead, with executives using the gloom emanating from their European counterparts as an opportunity to press their newfound advantage. Meanwhile, for one European lender, the controversy over bank interest-rate rigging continues. A month after reaching a $2.5 billion settlement, Deutsche Bank told regulators that its disclosures may have been incomplete because it accidentally failed to archive electronic chats. Our Heard on the Street reporter Paul Davies notes that the bank’s new leadership faces a rocky road ahead.
Missing Link
Accident investigators may be one step closer to solving one of the world’s greatest aviation mysteries. They are facing pressure to confirm whether a piece of aircraft debris found on a remote island in the Indian Ocean belongs to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. But establishing a link with the lost Boeing jetliner would only be a first step. Experts would then try to gain information about the last moments of the flight and attempt to reconstruct how and where the airplane went down. When investigators start analyzing the debris, Malaysian officials are expected to participate, and the U.S. safety board is likely to have someone in the laboratory as an observer.
Liquid Assets
Beverage makers all over the world are thirsty for growth. The global spirits industry sees Africa as the final frontier and Diageo and other companies are targeting even the poorest consumers with liquor made locally and sold cheaply. The move comes as the world’s largest spirits maker revealed that it has been hammered by weakness in its key North America business. Meanwhile, amid fizzling soda sales, three bottlers of Coca-Cola products in Europe are in advanced talks about a merger that would help the U.S. soda giant consolidate and lower costs. And, feeling the squeeze of rivals, SodaStream is pushing a makeover before Keurig Green Mountain launches a countertop soda machine with Coca-Cola.
Whatever Floats Your Boat
Owners of lakeside properties are spending pirate’s ransoms on tricked-out boathouses that are part status symbol, part floating rec room, part entertaining space. Designer boathouses can come with fireplaces, pocket-size kitchens, nap nooks or porches—as well as all the hydraulic winches, automatic doors and boater kit required for days out on the water. And, back on terra firma, developers are adding vintage arcade rooms with free, unlimited access to classic games such as Pac-Man in an attempt to attract younger professionals to luxury condos.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

NLRB to Rule on Northwestern Football Players’ Bid to Unionize

Ex-Cincinnati Campus Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charge
WORLD

Israeli Convicted of Stabbings at Gay Pride Parade Attacks Again

Beijing Chosen to Host 2022 Winter Olympics
BUSINESS

FAA Steps Up Scrutiny of Allegiant

Comcast’s Wireless Ambitions Face Hurdle
MARKETS

China Shares Headed for Worst Month in Over Two Years

Lenders Pitch Refinanced Loans to Former Students (Some of Them)
TODAY'S VIDEO
Nevada ‘Car Forest’ Is a Junkyard Oasis
That Was Painless
Near the small town of Tonopah sits the International Car Forest of the Last Church—a dirt lot filled with old cars sticking out of the ground. Photo: Jim Carlton/The Wall Street Journal
NUMBER OF THE DAY
2.3%
The seasonally adjusted annual rate at which U.S. gross domestic product, the broadest measure of goods and services produced across the economy, grew in the second quarter, the Commerce Department said yesterday.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Social progress is always the story of widening the circle of opportunity.
Jeb Bush, according to remarks prepared for delivery and distributed by his campaign. Both Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and Mr. Bush are set to address the National Urban League, a civil-rights group, today—the first time the two leading candidates will appear on the same stage.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on the trans-Atlantic rivalry for banking supremacy? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to 10point@wsj.com. Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Khadeeja Safdar
READER RESPONSE
On yesterday’s question about Hillary Clinton’s complicated ties, Michael Lane of Florida commented: “There is a lack of independence in many cases between HRC and the contributors. It doesn’t matter if the objectives are altruistic or if bias actually exists. The appearance of an ethical conflict alone would be enough in professions such as a CPA or law to bar acting on behalf of the contributor or subject the actor to disciplinary action. There must not be a comparable ethical standard or HRC doesn’t abide by that standard. This is a problem with this administration in general, the rule of law is irrelevant if it is contrary to your objectives.” Joseph P. Porter of Missouri wrote, “This is politics, right? Not many politicians fund their own campaigns (unless they’re Donald Trump). Even Jeb Bush is funded by donations from companies and PACs. Let’s stop playing ‘holier than thou’ and back off the phony issues. The discussion about who funds whom is disingenuous at best.”
This daily briefing is named "The 10-Point" after the nickname conferred by the editors of The Wall Street Journal on the lead column of the legendary "What's News" digest of top stories. Technically, "10-point" referred to the size of the typeface. The type is smaller now but the name lives on.
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