By The Numbers

The numbers for July 1, 2013: 2013 and a half

Katie Long Jul 1, 2013

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2013 and 1/2

Happy half birthday, 2013. With the year half over, what’s the economic temperature? This week’s thermometers: U.S. manufacturing data and the monthly jobs report. (Marketplace)

Unlucky 13

The European Union has accused some of the biggest names in banking of anti-trust violations. Name a famous one, they’re likely on the list — Bank of America, Citigroup, Barclays — 13 in all. (Reuters)

13 million

The number of votes Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi won in his election exactly a year ago Sunday. Protests have erupted again in Egypt, with demonstrators calling for Morsi to step down. The military has given the government 48 hours to restore order before they step in. (CNN)

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