The Fed last raised rates nearly a decade ago. An earlier version misstated the time frame.
A previous version gave a wrong description for the Starbucks store.
The main loan guaranty program resumed Tuesday. An earlier version misstated the day.
An earlier version misspelled Ammann in one reference.
Correction: This story has been updated to reflect the amount due on Aug. 1 is $169.60 million.
Correction: July 25, 2015
An article and a headline in some editions of The New York Times on Friday about a request to the Justice Department for an investigation regarding Hillary Clinton's personal email account while she was secretary of state misstated the nature of the request, using information from senior government officials. It addressed the potential compromise of classified information in connection with that email account. It did not specifically request an investigation into Mrs. Clinton.
Correction: July 26, 2015
An article in some editions of The New York Times on Friday about a request to the Justice Department for an investigation regarding Hillary Clinton's personal email account while she was secretary of state referred incorrectly, using information from senior government officials, to the request. It was a "security referral," pertaining to possible mishandling of classified information, officials said, not a "criminal referral."
An earlier version of this article stated that the June flash purchasing managers' index (PMI) for the services sector was due at 09:45 a.m. ET on Monday. It is scheduled for release on Tuesday.
This article was updated to reflect that a 3 percent rise in June durable goods was expected.
The population of Panama City is 1.64 million. In an earlier version of this slideshow, that figure was misstated.
Richard Zall is a partner and chair of Proskauer's health care department. His surname was misspelled in an earlier version of this article.