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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

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Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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Fed's Bostic says 'we won't have to do anything' on rates, despite market expectations Despite market expectations for up to two cuts this year, Bostic said that unless there's a significant shift in economic performance, the Fed should...

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Trump slams Hollywood for giving best picture to a foreign film. But the man who funded its Oscar run is a car tycoon from Texas. President Trump lamented Oscar voters’ recent decision to name “Parasite,” the Korean-language thriller, as this year’s best picture. But it turns ou...

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Fed's Bostic says 'we won't have to do anything' on rates, despite market expectations Despite market expectations for up to two cuts this year, Bostic said that unless there's a significant shift in economic performance, the Fed should...

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E. Jean Carroll Says Elle Magazine Fired Her After Trump Rape Accusation The longtime columnist blamed Donald J. Trump for her departure from the magazine, saying in a defamation lawsuit he had damaged her reputation by ca...

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Morgan Stanley’s Gorman must beware culture clash with E*Trade The big acquisition makes strategic sense as a bet on convergence between high net-worth financial advisory and self-directed trading, but M&A deals ...

Fed's Bostic says 'we won't have to do anything' on rates, despite market expectations Despite market expectations for up to two cuts this year, Bostic said that unless there's a significant shift in economic performance, the Fed should...

Bloomberg's plan to tackle the $1.7 trillion student loan crisis Michael Bloomberg, a former mayor of New York, is the latest Democratic presidential candidate to turn his attention to the country's $1.7 trillion o...

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The No. 1 thing every business owner needs to do to protect their legacy Key man insurance is a form of life insurance that protects a company if the founder or key employee dies or becomes disabled. It's a crucial life li...

Morgan Stanley’s Gorman must beware culture clash with E*Trade The big acquisition makes strategic sense as a bet on convergence between high net-worth financial advisory and self-directed trading, but M&A deals ...

Trump slams Hollywood for giving best picture to a foreign film. But the man who funded its Oscar run is a car tycoon from Texas. President Trump lamented Oscar voters’ recent decision to name “Parasite,” the Korean-language thriller, as this year’s best picture. But it turns ou...

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Why Does Europe Seem Like Such a Basket Case Right Now? This eye-opening video goes beyond the financial markets. It hits at the heart of the question that bothers so many people today: Why does the "Europ...

Norwegian Cruise Line cancels Asia voyages due to coronavirus Norwegian Cruise Line has canceled its voyages in Asia through the third quarter of 2020 and expects to take an earnings hit of 75 cents per share fo...

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Why Does Europe Seem Like Such a Basket Case Right Now? This eye-opening video goes beyond the financial markets. It hits at the heart of the question that bothers so many people today: Why does the "Europ...

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Why Does Europe Seem Like Such a Basket Case Right Now? This eye-opening video goes beyond the financial markets. It hits at the heart of the question that bothers so many people today: Why does the "Europ...

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This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Coronavirus: IMF chief says the outbreak is the 'most pressing uncertainty' for global economy The virus will definitely slow China's economic growth this year, Georgieva said, just how much depends on how well world leaders can contain the fas...

Coronavirus: IMF chief says the outbreak is the 'most pressing uncertainty' for global economy The virus will definitely slow China's economic growth this year, Georgieva said, just how much depends on how well world leaders can contain the fas...

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If your cash gets damaged, this Treasury team tries to salvage it Examiners with the Mutilated Currency Division of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing inspect an owner’s unusable money to determine a value, which ...

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These high-income taxpayers are getting a visit from the IRS Knock, knock. It's the IRS. The taxman is planning on in-person visits to individual taxpayers who haven't filed their income tax returns for prior y...

If your cash gets damaged, this Treasury team tries to salvage it Examiners with the Mutilated Currency Division of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing inspect an owner’s unusable money to determine a value, which ...

Fed Flagged Coronavirus Risk at January Meeting Chair Jerome H. Powell and his colleagues discussed the potential economic effects of the virus and lower bank capital at their last meeting, a recap...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Global Stocks Paint Mixed Picture on Cloudy Outlook Global stocks were mixed as conflicting signals in recent days about the containment of the coronavirus outbreak and its potential economic impact su...

CENTCOM: Seizure fits 'historical pattern' of Iran arms sales to Houthi rebels Navy Capt. William Urban told reporters Wednesday that a recent seizure of Iranian-made weapons in the Arabian Sea "fit a consistent historical patte...

JSW Steel To Pay Rs 19,700 Crore By March 15 To Acquire Bhushan Power Although the National Company Law Tribunal last September approved its resolution plan to take over the insolvent Bhushan Power and Steel, the Enforc...

Algorithms Were Supposed to Fix the Bail System. They Haven't A nonprofit group encouraged states to use mathematical formulas to try to eliminate racial inequities. Now it says the tools have no place in crimin...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Fidelity Is Spinning Out Its Personal-Data Startup Fidelity Investments’ parent company has sold stakes to other financial firms in its software startup that gives consumers more control over how thei...

Have a complaint against your bank? You may face an uphill battle, watchdog report suggests Banks don't make it easy for customers to escalate complaints and the existence of two banking ombuds offices isn't helping, Canada's consumer financ...

Small business confidence rises, signaling a more positive outlook for the US economy The CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Confidence index climbed two points in the first quarter, from 59 to 61, as concerns over trade policy impacts l...

India’s Nifty 50: Does the Bad Jobs Outlook Spell Trouble for Stocks? Many investors believe that economic news has an effect on the stock market. But a review of financial history shows that this just isn’t so. C...

'How do we democratize the stock market?' Trump team eyes new savings tax break The White House is floating a new proposal as part of President Trump's forthcoming election time tax cut agenda: allowing taxpayers to save up to $1...

In Coronavirus Fight, China Sidelines an Ally: Its Own People The outbreak has exposed the powerlessness of private charities, civic groups and others who could help the effort but whom the Communist Party consi...

Dash: "Absolute Worst Time to Go Long" Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportyunity Month guide show you the place on the chart when it wa...

Walmart Says It’s Not Lowering Forecast Because of Coronavirus The world’s largest retailer said it would continue to monitor the outbreak but was not adjusting its outlook for the year, a day after Apple warned ...

Bloomberg Gets Tough On Wall Street With Proposals That Echo Progressive Rivals’ Plans While it doesn’t go quite as far as those of his more progressive rivals, Bloomberg’s financial regulatory proposals show a Democratic candidate will...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Trump administration targets Russian company for allegedly helping Venezuela export oil In recent months, U.S. officials and industry analysts say that Rosneft Trading has been responsible for shipping up to 70 percent of Venezuela’s oil...

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It's time to create an estate plan to take advantage of the big tax exemption The estate-tax exemption rose to $11.58 million in 2020, $180,000 higher than the year before. It's set to expire at sunset in 2025, so experts are a...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Walmart Says It’s Not Lowering Forecast Because of Coronavirus The world’s largest retailer said it would continue to monitor the outbreak but was not adjusting its outlook for the year, a day after Apple warned ...

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Italy's Intesa Bids for Rival, Paving Way for Rare European Banking Deal Intesa Sanpaolo has made a $5.3 billion takeover offer for a smaller rival, a move that would see the creation of the country’s largest bank and migh...

Federal Reserve's Robert Kaplan sees no changes in interest rates this year The central banker, in an essay released Tuesday morning, backed the wait-and-see approach that his fellow voters on the Federal Open Market Committe...

This Founder Explains The Corporate Benefit Of LGBT Leadership If corporations want to improve their bottom lines even further and increase the purchasing power of their customers, Todd Sears of Out Leadership su...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

New Global Opportunity: “3 Ways to Play China” Most investors are not aware that there is a link between a nation’s stock market behavior and outbreaks of infectious disease. Yet, research provide...

Special risk survey: Coronavirus dampens enthusiasm for China Euromoney asked its panel of Asia analysts to assess the effects on investor risk of the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) disease outbreak. This, the f...

Megxit’s Financial Aftershocks: Queen Elizabeth Forbids Meghan Markle And Harry From Using Their “Sussex Royal” Brand The Megxit road is a rocky one, and there are many miles yet to go. The news is that the Queen will, forthwith, enjoin Prince Harry and Meghan Markle...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

Tata-Owned Jaguar Land Rover Shipping Auto Parts In Suitcases As Coronavirus Hits Chinese Supply Cha JLR CEO Ralf Speth said the company has enough supplies to ensure production for the next two weeks, but from the third week onwards it remains risky...

The coronavirus means tense times for small business owners who import products from China For small business owners who sell products on Amazon, prolonged factory closures threaten supply, and falling out of stock can mean losing a prized ...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Algorithms Were Supposed to Fix the Bail System. They Haven't A nonprofit group encouraged states to use mathematical formulas to try to eliminate racial inequities. Now, it says the tools have no place in crimi...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Taxes 2020: What you don't know about your tax bracket could hurt you Tax brackets can hurt taxpayers if they don't understand how they work. The IRS typically issues new tax brackets annually that affect your earnings....

Investors Fume as China Develops New Playbook for State-Backed Bonds Bond investors who put their faith in Chinese state-owned enterprises are swallowing another bitter pill, just two months after an earlier wake-up ca...

Boeing 737 Max: debris found in fuel tanks of grounded planes ‘Absolutely unacceptable’ discovery a new setback for US firm, which orders inspection Boeing has ordered inspections of its entire fleet of grounded...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Gold Miners Surge as Haven Rally Continues Shares of gold miners extended a recent advance Wednesday, continuing a booming rally that began last summer as investors flocked to the haven metal....

Coronavirus: IMF chief says the outbreak is the 'most pressing uncertainty' for global economy The virus will definitely slow China's economic growth this year, Georgieva said, just how much depends on how well world leaders can contain the fas...

Coronavirus: IMF chief says the outbreak is the 'most pressing uncertainty' for global economy The virus will definitely slow China's economic growth this year, Georgieva said, just how much depends on how well world leaders can contain the fas...

Fed Flagged Coronavirus Risk at January Meeting Chair Jerome H. Powell and his colleagues discussed the potential economic effects of the virus and lower bank capital at their last meeting, a recap...

Democrats want to repeal most important part of Trump’s tax cuts Democrats are vowing to repeal the GOP’s 2017 tax reform bill, starting with raising the corporate income tax. The Democrat-controlled House Ways and...

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Start-up partners with BlackRock to offer high-yield investments once reserved for the super rich YieldStreet's partnership with BlackRock, a behemoth that manages $7.4 trillion, may signal that crowdfunding platforms are ready for wider adoption....

Start-up partners with BlackRock to offer high-yield investments once reserved for the super rich YieldStreet's partnership with BlackRock, a behemoth that manages $7.4 trillion, may signal that crowdfunding platforms are ready for wider adoption....

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Apple shares drop after coronavirus warning; Jaguar Land Rover faces parts shortage – business live Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsLatest: Apple shares drop 2.8% at the openGerman investor confidence hit by virus fearsAppl...

Walmart Posts Mixed Holiday Sales Walmart reported sluggish holidays sales despite continued online gains, adding to a string of disappointments from traditional retailers as they adj...

Trump’s recent trade moves show adversarial approach has only just begun With fresh tariffs this month on European aircraft and products such as steel nails and aluminum vehicle bumpers, it’s clear that the high-profile ac...

U.S. Stocks Fall After Apple's Sales Warning The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell after Apple warned that its revenue may be lower than forecast due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, one of...

Special risk survey: Coronavirus dampens enthusiasm for China Euromoney asked its panel of Asia analysts to assess the effects on investor risk of the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) disease outbreak. This, the f...

HSBC Eyes $600 Million In Losses If Coronavirus Persists HSBC could be forced to take $600 million in additional provisions against loan losses if the Coronavirus outbreak persists into the second half of t...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

This is not a reorg; this is a JPMorgan reorg JPMorgan doesn’t do things by halves; it has just moved almost everyone at the top of its investment bank and created what amounts to an internal bou...

It's time to create an estate plan to take advantage of the big tax exemption The estate-tax exemption rose to $11.58 million in 2020, $180,000 higher than the year before. It's set to expire at sunset in 2025, so experts are a...

In Coronavirus Fight, China Sidelines an Ally: Its Own People The outbreak has exposed the powerlessness of private charities, civic groups and others who could help the effort but whom the Communist Party consi...

Dash: "Absolute Worst Time to Go Long" Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportyunity Month guide show you the place on the chart when it wa...

Walmart Says It’s Not Lowering Forecast Because of Coronavirus The world’s largest retailer said it would continue to monitor the outbreak but was not adjusting its outlook for the year, a day after Apple warned ...

Bloomberg Gets Tough On Wall Street With Proposals That Echo Progressive Rivals’ Plans While it doesn’t go quite as far as those of his more progressive rivals, Bloomberg’s financial regulatory proposals show a Democratic candidate will...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Trump administration targets Russian company for allegedly helping Venezuela export oil In recent months, U.S. officials and industry analysts say that Rosneft Trading has been responsible for shipping up to 70 percent of Venezuela’s oil...

Dash: "Absolute Worst Time to Go Long" Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportyunity Month guide show you the place on the chart when it wa...

It's time to create an estate plan to take advantage of the big tax exemption The estate-tax exemption rose to $11.58 million in 2020, $180,000 higher than the year before. It's set to expire at sunset in 2025, so experts are a...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Walmart Says It’s Not Lowering Forecast Because of Coronavirus The world’s largest retailer said it would continue to monitor the outbreak but was not adjusting its outlook for the year, a day after Apple warned ...

Markets Off Day's Highs; Reliance, HUL, ITC Hold Firm, Sun Pharma, Maruti Suzuki Drag Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will have a high-level meeting with PMO officials this afternoon to chart out the governent's response to the ram...

Italy's Intesa Bids for Rival, Paving Way for Rare European Banking Deal Intesa Sanpaolo has made a $5.3 billion takeover offer for a smaller rival, a move that would see the creation of the country’s largest bank and migh...

Federal Reserve's Robert Kaplan sees no changes in interest rates this year The central banker, in an essay released Tuesday morning, backed the wait-and-see approach that his fellow voters on the Federal Open Market Committe...

This Founder Explains The Corporate Benefit Of LGBT Leadership If corporations want to improve their bottom lines even further and increase the purchasing power of their customers, Todd Sears of Out Leadership su...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

New Global Opportunity: “3 Ways to Play China” Most investors are not aware that there is a link between a nation’s stock market behavior and outbreaks of infectious disease. Yet, research provide...

Special risk survey: Coronavirus dampens enthusiasm for China Euromoney asked its panel of Asia analysts to assess the effects on investor risk of the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) disease outbreak. This, the f...

Megxit’s Financial Aftershocks: Queen Elizabeth Forbids Meghan Markle And Harry From Using Their “Sussex Royal” Brand The Megxit road is a rocky one, and there are many miles yet to go. The news is that the Queen will, forthwith, enjoin Prince Harry and Meghan Markle...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

Tata-Owned Jaguar Land Rover Shipping Auto Parts In Suitcases As Coronavirus Hits Chinese Supply Cha JLR CEO Ralf Speth said the company has enough supplies to ensure production for the next two weeks, but from the third week onwards it remains risky...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

China's drinkers get happy hour margaritas delivered to their door as coronavirus lockdown continues A number of bars in major Chinese cities like Beijing and Guangzhou have begun delivering happy hour alcohol to customers who have remained indoors b...

Bloomberg unveils plans for Americans' Social Security, retirement savings Former New York City and billionaire businessman Mike Bloomberg has released plans to help shore up Social Security and increase retirement savings a...

Bloomberg unveils plans for Americans' Social Security, retirement savings Former New York City and billionaire businessman Mike Bloomberg has released plans to help shore up Social Security and increase retirement savings a...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Medicare for All would provide far more benefits than universal healthcare in other countries Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders frequently points to success stories in other developed countries when pushing for his Medicare for ...

China's drinkers get happy hour margaritas delivered to their door as coronavirus lockdown continues A number of bars in major Chinese cities like Beijing and Guangzhou have begun delivering happy hour alcohol to customers who have remained indoors b...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

Everyone wants a do-over. Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently Everyone wants a do-over. Here's the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently in starting a business. A lot of it comes down to sa...

AstraZeneca braces for coronavirus hit, but no impact so far AstraZeneca forecast a likely slowdown in revenue growth this year, assuming a hit from China's coronavirus epidemic lasting up to a few months, alth...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

Democrats want to repeal most important part of Trump’s tax cuts Democrats are vowing to repeal the GOP’s 2017 tax reform bill, starting with raising the corporate income tax. The Democrat-controlled House Ways and...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Start-up partners with BlackRock to offer high-yield investments once reserved for the super rich YieldStreet's partnership with BlackRock, a behemoth that manages $7.4 trillion, may signal that crowdfunding platforms are ready for wider adoption....

Start-up partners with BlackRock to offer high-yield investments once reserved for the super rich YieldStreet's partnership with BlackRock, a behemoth that manages $7.4 trillion, may signal that crowdfunding platforms are ready for wider adoption....

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Apple shares drop after coronavirus warning; Jaguar Land Rover faces parts shortage – business live Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsLatest: Apple shares drop 2.8% at the openGerman investor confidence hit by virus fearsAppl...

Walmart Posts Mixed Holiday Sales Walmart reported sluggish holidays sales despite continued online gains, adding to a string of disappointments from traditional retailers as they adj...

Trump’s recent trade moves show adversarial approach has only just begun With fresh tariffs this month on European aircraft and products such as steel nails and aluminum vehicle bumpers, it’s clear that the high-profile ac...

U.S. Stocks Fall After Apple's Sales Warning The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell after Apple warned that its revenue may be lower than forecast due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, one of...

Special risk survey: Coronavirus dampens enthusiasm for China Euromoney asked its panel of Asia analysts to assess the effects on investor risk of the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) disease outbreak. This, the f...

HSBC Eyes $600 Million In Losses If Coronavirus Persists HSBC could be forced to take $600 million in additional provisions against loan losses if the Coronavirus outbreak persists into the second half of t...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

This is not a reorg; this is a JPMorgan reorg JPMorgan doesn’t do things by halves; it has just moved almost everyone at the top of its investment bank and created what amounts to an internal bou...

It's time to create an estate plan to take advantage of the big tax exemption The estate-tax exemption rose to $11.58 million in 2020, $180,000 higher than the year before. It's set to expire at sunset in 2025, so experts are a...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Medicare for All would provide far more benefits than universal healthcare in other countries Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders frequently points to success stories in other developed countries when pushing for his Medicare for ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Oil snaps 5-week losing streak with best week of the year Oil prices rose on Friday, posting their best week of the year as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived and hoped...

Tata Group, Vodafone Idea Make Part Payment To Telecom Department: Report Vodafone Idea and Tata Group have made part payment of about Rs 2,500 crore and over Rs 2,190 crore, respectively, to the telecom department towards ...

Is Argentina headed for the rocks? The rhetorical battle between Argentina’s government, the IMF and bondholders is heating up but the bigger – largely ignored – issue appears to be th...

Struggling Laura Ashley seeks funds to keep trading The owner of struggling retailer Laura Ashley is in talks with its lender to secure enough funds to keep trading as it battles "challenging" high str...

Oil snaps 5-week losing streak with best week of the year Oil prices rose on Friday, posting their best week of the year as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived and hoped...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Consumer spending rose modestly in January as clothing store sales fell by the most since 2009 Sales at clothing stores declined by the most since 2009 in January, which could raise concerns about the economy's ability to continue expanding at ...

Roosevelt, America strike groups unite for Pacific operations The Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group and the America Expeditionary Strike Group joined for operations last week, the U.S. Navy announced on Mo...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

The EPA is about to reverse a rule that cuts mercury pollution. The power industry doesn’t want it. The 2011 mercury rule did more to hasten the closure of coal-fired power plants than any other regulation adopted under Barack Obama, but utilities s...

Companies Seize on Loan Demand With Refinancing Push Investors’ renewed demand for speculative-grade corporate loans is proving to be a boon for businesses, allowing them to slash billions of dollars in...

World Urban Forum ends with call for united action to ensure sustainable future for cities and towns The premier international gathering on the future of cities wrapped up on Thursday in Abu Dhabi with delegates urging action on all aspects of rapid ...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

China's drinkers get happy hour margaritas delivered to their door as coronavirus lockdown continues A number of bars in major Chinese cities like Beijing and Guangzhou have begun delivering happy hour alcohol to customers who have remained indoors b...

Bloomberg unveils plans for Americans' Social Security, retirement savings Former New York City and billionaire businessman Mike Bloomberg has released plans to help shore up Social Security and increase retirement savings a...

Bloomberg unveils plans for Americans' Social Security, retirement savings Former New York City and billionaire businessman Mike Bloomberg has released plans to help shore up Social Security and increase retirement savings a...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Medicare for All would provide far more benefits than universal healthcare in other countries Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders frequently points to success stories in other developed countries when pushing for his Medicare for ...

China's drinkers get happy hour margaritas delivered to their door as coronavirus lockdown continues A number of bars in major Chinese cities like Beijing and Guangzhou have begun delivering happy hour alcohol to customers who have remained indoors b...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

Everyone wants a do-over. Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently Everyone wants a do-over. Here's the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently in starting a business. A lot of it comes down to sa...

AstraZeneca braces for coronavirus hit, but no impact so far AstraZeneca forecast a likely slowdown in revenue growth this year, assuming a hit from China's coronavirus epidemic lasting up to a few months, alth...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

UPDATE 1-Portugal's oil company Galp invests for a greener future Portuguese oil company Galp Energia said on Tuesday it will kick off its green business by installing renewable energy capacity of 10 gigawatts in th...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

How Ethereum Got its Groove Back: Elliott Wave Style On the day of the low in Ethereum, our December 18 Currency Pro Service chart included a big "up" arrow, showing subscribers the bullish turn: Now se...

Here’s how you get what you want in a car dealership Dear John: I have an issue with BMW: the car itself, the salespeople, the whole organization — at least in the States. I am trying to bring this issu...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

This Social Network Wants to Pay You (in Crypto) to Do Good Block.one raised $4 billion in 2018 by promising to build a decentralized, blockchain-based platform. Now its social network wants to encourage quali...

Ramaphosa faces uphill battle to trim SA’s wage bill President Cyril Ramaphosa's ambitions of trimming the state's wage bill to get the nation's shaky finances under control have run into opposition fro...

Ramaphosa faces uphill battle to trim SA’s wage bill President Cyril Ramaphosa's ambitions of trimming the state's wage bill to get the nation's shaky finances under control have run into opposition fro...

Everyone wants a do-over. Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently Everyone wants a do-over. Here's the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently in starting a business. A lot of it comes down to sa...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

General Motors to wind down Australia, New Zealand operations, sell Thailand plant General Motors Co is retreating from more markets outside of the United States and China, saying on Sunday that it will wind down sales, design and e...

Crazy Mascots Flooded Japan. Can This Grouchy Boar Survive? The country’s fading towns saw the colorful characters as a way to lure tourists and investment. With few success stories, many are being quietly kil...

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Consumer spending rose modestly in January as clothing store sales fell by the most since 2009 Sales at clothing stores declined by the most since 2009 in January, which could raise concerns about the economy's ability to continue expanding at ...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

The biggest US mall owner is doubling down on retail even as the industry struggles Simon Property Group is on a buying spree with deals for mall owner Taubman and teen retailer Forever 21. Other mall operators are having a hard time...

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Coronavirus: Opportunities in the Chaos Is the coronavirus really to blame for market mayhem? Might the chaos present opportunities for astute investors? EWI's Chief Asian-Pacific Analyst M...

Don't blow your tax refund! Four ways to invest it wisely Over 100 million Americans received a tax refund in 2019, and a majority prefer the IRS payback rather than a bigger regular paycheck. Here's the rig...

Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

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First Nation chief and Alberta’s Kenney government in war of words as Teck oil mine decision nears Alberta's Indigenous relations minister says a last-minute war of words with a First Nations leader over a multibillion-dollar oilsands mine is a cas...

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The sleazy move from this cable company just reminds me again why I cut the cord I really hope this kind of practice doesn’t catch on among cable companies, but knowing the industry and how much they screw customers, it prob...

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The sleazy move from this cable company just reminds me again why I cut the cord I really hope this kind of practice doesn’t catch on among cable companies, but knowing the industry and how much they screw customers, it prob...

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Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

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Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

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Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

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A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Americans say they feel like this is the best economy since the late 1990s Americans’ confidence about the economy has soared even though the economy looks a lot like it did at the end of the Obama years. Several more years ...

TD Ameritrade strategist explains why millennial investors have been buying ExxonMobil "They feel as though with the great yield on Exxon, it might be a good play, at least for a year or so," TD Ameritrade strategist JJ Kinahan told CNB...

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Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Cboe Global Markets Reports January 2020 Trading Volume CHICAGO – February 5, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Janu...

Trump wants to extend his tax overhaul. What it means for you President Donald Trump released his proposed budget, which assumes an extension of the individual tax cuts that were set to expire at the end of 2025...

Amazon Wants to Depose Trump Over Loss of Military Contract (WASHINGTON) — Amazon wants to depose President Donald Trump over the tech company’s losing bid for a $10 billion military contract. The ...

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This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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White House mulls new trade weapon for EU talks: 'Carousel' tariffs The Trump administration is reportedly considering a novel source of leverage against the European Union in seeking a trade deal: "carousel" retaliat...

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Canadians with lifelong disabilities can lose disability tax credit Robert Morley, who has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, just lost access to the federal disability tax credit even though his condition ...

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SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

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Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

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Canadians with lifelong disabilities can lose disability tax credit Robert Morley, who has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, just lost access to the federal disability tax credit even though his condition ...

Sensex Declines 300 Points, Nifty Slips Below 12,000; Tata Steel, M&M Top Losers At 10:45 a.m, the Sensex was quoting at 40,825, lower by 316 points and Nifty was at 11,998, down 100 points. The broader markets were also trading w...

In Amazon’s Bookstore, No Second Chances for the Third Reich The retailer once said it would sell “the good, the bad and the ugly.” Now it has banished objectionable volumes — and agreed to erasing the swastika...

White House mulls new trade weapon for EU talks: 'Carousel' tariffs The Trump administration is reportedly considering a novel source of leverage against the European Union in seeking a trade deal: "carousel" retaliat...

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This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

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Sensex Declines 300 Points, Nifty Slips Below 12,000; Tata Steel, M&M Top Losers At 10:45 a.m, the Sensex was quoting at 40,825, lower by 316 points and Nifty was at 11,998, down 100 points. The broader markets were also trading w...

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'Clothing designed to become garbage' — Fashion industry grapples with pollution, waste issues Despite talk of shifting toward more sustainable production, the fashion industry's greenhouse gas emissions are on track to surge more than 50% by 2...

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What Elliott Waves Show You About Bond ETFs Right Now Along with stock ETFs, bond ETFs are another popular investment tool. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain 5 key points about bond ETF...

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US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

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Repayment difficulties put Lebanese investors in a risk frenzy Authorities are seeking to honour upcoming debt repayments, but more needs to be accomplished to restore market confidence, with the economy in a spi...

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Pelosi Clashes With Facebook and Twitter Over Video Posted by Trump The video was edited to appear as if Speaker Nancy Pelosi were ripping a copy of President Trump’s State of the Union address while he honored a Tusk...

When investors lose trust, they can put stocks in the 'penalty box' When investors lose faith in management teams after debacles or scandals, they may put stocks of these companies in the ""penalty box."" Boeing and W...

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Can US Energy Independence Last? Can US energy independence last through the 2020s amid a collapse in capital expenditure in the shale oil sector that has led to a drop in rig counts...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

U.S. approves deal to sell LRASMs to Australia for up to $990M The State Department has approved a possible sale of up to 200 AGM-158C Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles and related equipment to the Australian governm...

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Canadians with lifelong disabilities can lose disability tax credit: ‘It’s concerning’ Robert Morley, who has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, just lost access to the federal disability tax credit even though his condition ...

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Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

Pace of new coronavirus cases in Hubei on the rise again; cruise lines ban Chinese nationals Norwegian Cruises said, "Any guest that holds a Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau passport, will be unable to board any of our ships, regardless of reside...

Canada Goose sees hit to 2020 profit, sales from coronavirus Canada Goose Holdings Inc said on Friday lower store traffic in China and travel restrictions due to the coronavirus epidemic would impact its revenu...

'Clothing designed to become garbage' — Fashion industry grapples with pollution, waste issues Despite talk of shifting toward more sustainable production, the fashion industry's greenhouse gas emissions are on track to surge more than 50% by 2...

Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

What Elliott Waves Show You About Bond ETFs Right Now Along with stock ETFs, bond ETFs are another popular investment tool. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain 5 key points about bond ETF...

Canadians with lifelong disabilities can lose disability tax credit Robert Morley, who has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, just lost access to the federal disability tax credit even though his condition ...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

There's a good chance the black truffle on your plate was purchased from the trunk of a car The medieval Provencal village of Richerenches is home to the largest black truffle market in France. Farmers pop open their trunks and trade up to 1...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Retail Workers Are Trying to Escape the ‘Merry-Go-Round’ As Jobs Disappear and Prospects Dim Sue Reich worked for 27 years at Shopko, a Midwest retailer that sold clothing, shoes, housewares, and electronics, until, one day, her employer didn...

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Canada Goose sees hit to 2020 profit, sales from coronavirus Canada Goose Holdings Inc said on Friday lower store traffic in China and travel restrictions due to the coronavirus epidemic would impact its revenu...

European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

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Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Junk bond scare is rising: 'No one cares. People are buying everything' The latest warning comes from Charles Schwab strategists, who are advising clients to reduce their exposure to a part of the market that will see a r...

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Pace of new coronavirus cases in Hubei on the rise again; cruise lines ban Chinese nationals Norwegian Cruises said, "Any guest that holds a Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau passport, will be unable to board any of our ships, regardless of reside...

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Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

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$675 million appeal to stop coronavirus in its tracks, as deaths rise The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) appealed on Wednesday for $675 million to boost international measures to counter the new coronavirus...

U.S. approves deal to sell LRASMs to Australia for up to $990M The State Department has approved a possible sale of up to 200 AGM-158C Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles and related equipment to the Australian governm...

China Cuts Tariffs on $75 Billion in U.S. Goods. That Was the Easy Part. The move signals Beijing’s intention to fulfill a trade pact with Washington, but it must make big purchases of American products while dealing with ...

There's a good chance the black truffle on your plate was purchased from the trunk of a car The medieval Provencal village of Richerenches is home to the largest black truffle market in France. Farmers pop open their trunks and trade up to 1...

Pace of new coronavirus cases in Hubei on the rise again; cruise lines ban Chinese nationals Norwegian Cruises said, "Any guest that holds a Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau passport, will be unable to board any of our ships, regardless of reside...

As Tidjane Thiam leaves, Credit Suisse has much to be grateful for The ouster of Tidjane Thiam has caused more shock outside Switzerland than within, where the insiders who needed him to fix Credit Suisse have been q...

UK's Huawei decision could hurt possible Brexit trade deal, warns Pence Boris Johnson's decision to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei a role in Britain's 5G network could threaten a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and...

Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

2020 Democrats are biggest losers from Trump economic boom The Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday added another pile of good news to the mountain of data showing that the contemporary economy is the stronge...

Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

As Tidjane Thiam leaves, Credit Suisse has much to be grateful for The ouster of Tidjane Thiam has caused more shock outside Switzerland than within, where the insiders who needed him to fix Credit Suisse have been q...

Repayment difficulties put Lebanese investors in a risk frenzy Authorities are seeking to honour upcoming debt repayments, but more needs to be accomplished to restore market confidence, with the economy in a spi...

Can US Energy Independence Last? Can US energy independence last through the 2020s amid a collapse in capital expenditure in the shale oil sector that has led to a drop in rig counts...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

U.S. approves deal to sell LRASMs to Australia for up to $990M The State Department has approved a possible sale of up to 200 AGM-158C Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles and related equipment to the Australian governm...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

Canadians with lifelong disabilities can lose disability tax credit: ‘It’s concerning’ Robert Morley, who has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, just lost access to the federal disability tax credit even though his condition ...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Coronavirus restrictions will likely hit air cargo industry too - aviation body Uncertainty and restrictions due to the coronavirus are expected to create another challenging year for the air cargo industry, says an industry body...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

Pace of new coronavirus cases in Hubei on the rise again; cruise lines ban Chinese nationals Norwegian Cruises said, "Any guest that holds a Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau passport, will be unable to board any of our ships, regardless of reside...

Canada Goose sees hit to 2020 profit, sales from coronavirus Canada Goose Holdings Inc said on Friday lower store traffic in China and travel restrictions due to the coronavirus epidemic would impact its revenu...

Bank's power struggle sees chief walk the plank The departure of Tidjane Thiam as chief executive of Credit Suisse, after a boardroom power struggle that followed a spying scandal, is genuinely sho...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

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Bank's power struggle sees chief walk the plank The departure of Tidjane Thiam as chief executive of Credit Suisse, after a boardroom power struggle that followed a spying scandal, is genuinely sho...

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Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

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This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

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A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Pace of new coronavirus cases in Hubei on the rise again; cruise lines ban Chinese nationals Norwegian Cruises said, "Any guest that holds a Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau passport, will be unable to board any of our ships, regardless of reside...

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Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

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$675 million appeal to stop coronavirus in its tracks, as deaths rise The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) appealed on Wednesday for $675 million to boost international measures to counter the new coronavirus...

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Pace of new coronavirus cases in Hubei on the rise again; cruise lines ban Chinese nationals Norwegian Cruises said, "Any guest that holds a Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau passport, will be unable to board any of our ships, regardless of reside...

As Tidjane Thiam leaves, Credit Suisse has much to be grateful for The ouster of Tidjane Thiam has caused more shock outside Switzerland than within, where the insiders who needed him to fix Credit Suisse have been q...

UK's Huawei decision could hurt possible Brexit trade deal, warns Pence Boris Johnson's decision to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei a role in Britain's 5G network could threaten a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and...

Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

2020 Democrats are biggest losers from Trump economic boom The Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday added another pile of good news to the mountain of data showing that the contemporary economy is the stronge...

Sears and Kmart store closings continue. Is your location closing in early 2020? More Sears and Kmart stores are set to close and liquidation sales will continue into March and April at dozens of stores throughout the nation. ...

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Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

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Franklin Graham, the US evangelical preacher and Trump ally, has been dropped by every venue of his UK tour after an LGBT-led protest YouTube/Fox News The American evangelical pastor Franklin Graham has been dropped by every venue of his UK tour, which is due to begin May 2020. LGBT...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

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Bank's power struggle sees chief walk the plank The departure of Tidjane Thiam as chief executive of Credit Suisse, after a boardroom power struggle that followed a spying scandal, is genuinely sho...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

The best face masks A good face mask can work wonders on your skin, but there are so many out there, it can be hard to decide which one is right for your needs. Our favo...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

Bank's power struggle sees chief walk the plank The departure of Tidjane Thiam as chief executive of Credit Suisse, after a boardroom power struggle that followed a spying scandal, is genuinely sho...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

Trump Opens National Monument Land to Energy Exploration The Trump administration finalized plans to open land once in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to mining and oil and gas exploratio...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

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Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

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The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

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Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

Macy’s Closes Its Corporate Headquarters in Cincinnati Amid Massive Restructuring for Online Shopping Era (CINCINNATI) — Macy’s closed its corporate headquarters in downtown Cincinnati as part of its plan to shutter about a fifth of its retail...

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European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Is the 'Goldilocks economy' dead or just sleeping? When the Commerce Department’s first estimate for 2019’s fourth quarter rolled in the door showing 2.1% growth, those hoping to see a return of the 3...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

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New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

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NYSE Owner Abandons Potential eBay Deal Intercontinental Exchange said it was abandoning its pursuit of eBay after the New York Stock Exchange parent’s investors pushed back against the mov...

Sears and Kmart store closings continue. Is your location closing in early 2020? More Sears and Kmart stores are set to close and liquidation sales will continue into March and April at dozens of stores throughout the nation. ...

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Macy’s Closes Its Corporate Headquarters in Cincinnati Amid Massive Restructuring for Online Shopping Era (CINCINNATI) — Macy’s closed its corporate headquarters in downtown Cincinnati as part of its plan to shutter about a fifth of its retail...

We've done it before: Goldman tells investors why they should trust its ambitions The bank says it remains committed to excellence, but its biggest pitch seems to be that it doesn’t feel the need to be the leader in everything it d...

Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

China copper smelter Guangxi Nanguo declares force majeure amid coronavirus - sources A copper smelter in Southwest China has declared force majeure on deliveries of copper concentrate, two sources briefed on the matter said on Friday,...

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Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

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Franklin Graham, the US evangelical preacher and Trump ally, has been dropped by every venue of his UK tour after an LGBT-led protest YouTube/Fox News The American evangelical pastor Franklin Graham has been dropped by every venue of his UK tour, which is due to begin May 2020. LGBT...

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Black Workers’ Wages Are Finally Rising After a decade of stagnation, black and African-American workers have seen pay increase. One man’s story shows the hope — and limitations — with that...

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Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

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Huawei Sues Verizon in U.S. Over Patents The Chinese telecom giant filed a lawsuit against the U.S. carrier, demanding it pay fees for the use of a dozen patents in its networks, escalating ...

Madonna has offered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle her 2-bed Central Park apartment, saying 'Canada is boring' Karwai Tang/WireImage/Getty Images, Getty Images Madonna has offered Meghan Markle and Prince Harry the chance to rent her Central Park apartment. In...

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Republicans privately say Trump is unfit for office but are too scared of the president's reaction, Democratic senator says in scathing op-ed In a New York Times op-ed on Wednesday, Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown criticized the Republican senators who acquitted Trump in Wednesday's impeachme...

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The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

What Elliott Waves Show You About Bond ETFs Right Now Along with stock ETFs, bond ETFs are another popular investment tool. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain 5 key points about bond ETF...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

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Macy’s Closes Its Corporate Headquarters in Cincinnati Amid Massive Restructuring for Online Shopping Era (CINCINNATI) — Macy’s closed its corporate headquarters in downtown Cincinnati as part of its plan to shutter about a fifth of its retail...

Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

Macy’s Closes Its Corporate Headquarters in Cincinnati Amid Massive Restructuring for Online Shopping Era (CINCINNATI) — Macy’s closed its corporate headquarters in downtown Cincinnati as part of its plan to shutter about a fifth of its retail...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Is the 'Goldilocks economy' dead or just sleeping? When the Commerce Department’s first estimate for 2019’s fourth quarter rolled in the door showing 2.1% growth, those hoping to see a return of the 3...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

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New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

Rupee Gains 7 Paise As RBI Maintains Accommodative Stance, Holds Rates At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened on a positive note at 71.22. During the day, it saw a high of 71.11 and a low of ...

NYSE Owner Abandons Potential eBay Deal Intercontinental Exchange said it was abandoning its pursuit of eBay after the New York Stock Exchange parent’s investors pushed back against the mov...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Where you attend college could be costing you more to borrow, report says New research from a consumer advocacy group suggests that Wells Fargo and Upstart Network may be charging people who attend community colleges or min...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

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Goldman Sachs is close to a deal with Amazon to offer loans to the e-commerce giant's merchants The move to begin making loans to small businesses in the latter stages of a decade-long U.S. economic expansion may increase the risks Goldman is ta...

Goldman Sachs is close to a deal with Amazon to offer loans to the e-commerce giant's merchants The move to begin making loans to small businesses in the latter stages of a decade-long U.S. economic expansion may increase the risks Goldman is ta...

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Kylie Jenner says she doesn't know what it would be like to not be famous or in the limelight E! Kylie Jenner said she doesn't remember what life was like before being on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." The reality star and beauty mogul tol...

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Franchising growth could fall to lowest rate in four years amid election year uncertainty The International Franchise Association's Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2020 projects the number of franchised business in the U.S. will in...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Bill Ackman sells Starbucks for huge return as China stores close over coronavirus Bill Ackman just decaffeinated his portfolio. The billionaire investor on Wednesday said his Pershing Square hedge fund sold its stake in Starbucks f...

Franchising growth could fall to lowest rate in four years amid election year uncertainty The International Franchise Association's Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2020 projects the number of franchised business in the U.S. will in...

Are you a good tipper? Here's how to tell whether you're truly generous. When asked, most Americans will say they are great tippers. But when it comes down to it, new research shows baby boomers are more likely to give. He...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Barnes & Noble Reverses Course on Redesigned Book Covers The bookseller planned to promote classic novels with covers featuring people of color for Black History Month. Critics accused it of “literary black...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

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US services sector growth picks up in January Industries reported increases in new orders, suggesting the economy could continue to grow moderately this year even as consumer spending is slowing....

Novo Nordisk sees slower 2020 growth with US insulin prices pressured Diabetes drug maker Novo Nordisk said on Wednesday it expects its business to grow at a slower pace in 2020 compared to last year with insulin prices...

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Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

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As primary season gets underway, YouTube cracks down on doctored election videos YouTube said it will ban certain election-related videos that are doctored or misleading ahead of the 2020 primaries. Policing them could be difficul...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

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Federal court dismisses Indigenous challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government purchased the pipeline and related infrastructure for $4.5 billion in 2018 and construction of the expansi...

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Even if Trump Doesn’t Bring Up Climate Change Tonight, This Ad Will Seventh Generation, known for a toilet tissue made of recycled paper, will follow the State of the Union address with a 60-second commercial on three...

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Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Fireflies Have a Mating Problem: The Lights Are Always On Habitat loss and pesticides are threatening firefly populations, a new study has found. It also cited a problem unique to glowing bugs: light polluti...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Goldman Sachs is close to a deal with Amazon to offer loans to the e-commerce giant's merchants The move to begin making loans to small businesses in the latter stages of a decade-long U.S. economic expansion may increase the risks Goldman is ta...

Goldman Sachs is close to a deal with Amazon to offer loans to the e-commerce giant's merchants The move to begin making loans to small businesses in the latter stages of a decade-long U.S. economic expansion may increase the risks Goldman is ta...

Low Casper valuation worries early investors Casper’s celebrity investors may not be sleeping so well over the next several months. Wall Street’s orders for the fledgling mattress company’s plan...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

Co-founder of Rockstar Games - the firm behind Grand Theft Auto - quits A leading video game producer who co-founded Rockstar Games - the studio behind Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption - is resigning from the comp...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Kylie Jenner says she doesn't know what it would be like to not be famous or in the limelight E! Kylie Jenner said she doesn't remember what life was like before being on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." The reality star and beauty mogul tol...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be ...

Saudi Arabia fund dumped nearly all of its Tesla shares in the fourth quarter before the rally The Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund in the fourth quarter of last year dumped nearly all the shares of Tesla that it owned, a new filing Tuesday ...

US services sector growth picks up in January Industries reported increases in new orders, suggesting the economy could continue to grow moderately this year even as consumer spending is slowing....

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Top Antitrust Official Is Said to Recuse Himself From Google Inquiry Makan Delrahim, the Justice Department’s head of antitrust, removed himself from examining the search giant over a conflict of interest, people with ...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

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Goldman Sachs is close to a deal with Amazon to offer loans to the e-commerce giant's merchants The move to begin making loans to small businesses in the latter stages of a decade-long U.S. economic expansion may increase the risks Goldman is ta...

More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

IRCTC Share Price Hits New Record High, Tops Rs 1,400 Apiece With today's surge in IRCTC share price, the market value of the government-owned online railway ticket booking portal, climbed up to Rs 22,613 crore...

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Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

As primary season gets underway, YouTube cracks down on doctored election videos YouTube said it will ban certain election-related videos that are doctored or misleading ahead of the 2020 primaries. Policing them could be difficul...

Coronavirus May Delay Hard-Fought U.S. Trade Wins in China The spread of the virus is likely to slow China’s progress in meeting the commitments it agreed to last month as part of the initial trade deal with ...

Goldman Sachs is close to a deal with Amazon to offer loans to the e-commerce giant's merchants The move to begin making loans to small businesses in the latter stages of a decade-long U.S. economic expansion may increase the risks Goldman is ta...

‘Spectre of poverty’ hangs over tribes and indigenous groups: UN labour agency Indigenous and tribal communities are around three times more likely to face extreme poverty than others with women “consistently at the bottom of al...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Capital markets in UAE set for listings boost A draft law in the United Arab Emirates will see more family-run corporates listing, while pension reforms will create a huge pool of investable asse...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Ex Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers Dies at 78, Weeks After Release From Prison A former telecommunications executive convicted in one of the largest corporate accounting scandals in U.S. history died just over a month after his ...

UK wants to ban new gas-powered car sales by 2035 The UK is giving gas-guzzlers the bum’s rush. British officials plan to end sales of new gas-powered cars in 15 years in an effort to combat cl...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

UPDATE 1-Chipotle's earnings beat estimates on higher prices, delivery boost Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc beat analysts' estimates for quarterly comparable sales and profit on Tuesday, benefiting from higher menu prices and expa...

Macy's to close 125 stores, cut 2,000 corporate jobs, in hunt for growth Macy's will shut 125 stores over the next three years and slash about 2,000 corporate jobs, as it shutters its tech offices in San Francisco and its ...

As primary season gets underway, YouTube cracks down on doctored election videos YouTube said it will ban certain election-related videos that are doctored or misleading ahead of the 2020 primaries. Policing them could be difficul...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

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Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

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Even if Trump Doesn’t Bring Up Climate Change Tonight, This Ad Will Seventh Generation, known for a toilet tissue made of recycled paper, will follow the State of the Union address with a 60-second commercial on three...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

Intercontinental Exchange says it explored deal with eBay Intercontinental Exchange Inc (ICE), the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, said on Tuesday it had approached e-commerce company eBay Inc to explo...

Even if Trump Doesn’t Bring Up Climate Change Tonight, This Ad Will Seventh Generation, known for a toilet tissue made of recycled paper, will follow the State of the Union address with a 60-second commercial on three...

Capital markets in UAE set for listings boost A draft law in the United Arab Emirates will see more family-run corporates listing, while pension reforms will create a huge pool of investable asse...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be ...

Eskom CEO says he wasn't aware Mantashe would announce idea for new power generation entity The minister of mineral resources and energy said on Monday he had invited investors to either partner with the state or invest on their own in the c...

Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Fireflies Have a Mating Problem: The Lights Are Always On Habitat loss and pesticides are threatening firefly populations, a new study has found. It also cited a problem unique to glowing bugs: light polluti...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

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Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

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US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

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Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Hong Kong stocks pull Asian shares lower but futures offer hope Asian shares fell on Wednesday as a spike in new Chinese virus cases sent Hong Kong stocks tumbling and added to worries about the economic impact of...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

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Pentagon's deep dysfunction exposed by 30 years of financial failure Imagine the following scenario: The year is 1990, and you have been selected by the IRS to undergo an audit. Unfortunately, you are unable to provide...

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Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

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How long will it take to get my tax refund this year? Tax season is officially here and many Americans are hoping to get their refund as soon as possible. So how long do taxpayers typically have to wait?...

Here's how to make the most of the tax break for medical expenses — if you can get it While there are a few hurdles you need to clear to use the tax break for medical expenses, anyone with high health care costs may want to see if it's...

Cboe Receives Final Regulatory Approval for Cboe Market Close CHICAGO – January 22, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced it ...

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Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Facebook, HSBC and others curb travel to China as warnings grow Facebook Inc and other global companies including LG Electronics Inc and HSBC are restricting travel to China, as the death toll from a flu-like viru...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

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Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Defying Company Policy, Over 300 Amazon Employees Speak Out Hundreds of Amazon workers banded together in protest following reports that the company threatened to fire their colleagues over climate change comm...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Honk Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win t...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Defying Company Policy, Over 300 Amazon Employees Speak Out Hundreds of Amazon workers banded together in protest following reports that the company threatened to fire their colleagues over climate change comm...

Here's how to make the most of the tax break for medical expenses — if you can get it While there are a few hurdles you need to clear to use the tax break for medical expenses, anyone with high health care costs may want to see if it's...

Virus Crisis Exposes Cracks in China’s Facade of Unity With anger rising over the response to the outbreak, even some with ties to China’s leaders have called for acknowledging divisions, not papering the...

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Is an Accommodative Fed Bullish for the Stock Market? The conventional wisdom says that the Federal Reserve has a great deal of influence over the economy and the stock market. However, EWI’s resea...

The New Vine Successor Byte Is Already Beating TikTok in the App Store Byte, a new video-sharing app released Friday to compete with ByteDance’s TikTok, has rocketed to the top of Apple’s U.S. App Store. Crea...

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Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Valaris settles with Luminus, hands board seat to hedge fund Oil drilling firm Valaris PLC reached a settlement with Luminus Management and said on Monday that it has appointed one of the hedge fund's partners ...

Kobe Bryant said he wanted to be remembered more for investing than basketball Retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant told CNBC in 2016 he wanted to be remembered more for investing than basketball in 2016. He helped start a venture ...

Is an Accommodative Fed Bullish for the Stock Market? The conventional wisdom says that the Federal Reserve has a great deal of influence over the economy and the stock market. However, EWI’s resea...

Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

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Budget 2020: Aviation Experts Seek Rationalisation Of Taxes On Aviation Turbine Fuel Ankur Bhatia, Managing Director, Amadeus, Indian Subcontinent believes "the government should actively consider addressing the two concerns the aviat...

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Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

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Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

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Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win t...

Budget 2020: Aviation Experts Seek Rationalisation Of Taxes On Aviation Turbine Fuel Ankur Bhatia, Managing Director, Amadeus, Indian Subcontinent believes "the government should actively consider addressing the two concerns the aviat...

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Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

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MGM leads 2020 media acquisition targets as the entertainment world splits into haves and have-nots Large acquisitions and the shift to streaming have left the media world with six big players and a bunch of other media companies that may be too sma...

Public pays steep price for Congress's failure to reclaim war powers The airstrike that killed Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani and the subsequent tensions between the United States and Iran have sparked a new deb...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win t...

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Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Honk Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

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Evidence Ties Text Leak to Bezos' Lover Manhattan federal prosecutors have evidence indicating the Amazon CEO’s girlfriend provided text messages to her brother that he then sold to the pub...

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Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Longbow nabs $235.8M contract for Fire Control Radar support Longbow LLC, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and Northrup Grumman, received a $235.8 million contract Friday to support Fire Control Radar Systems...

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Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A year's worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

China Poised to Buy More From U.S., at the Expense of U.S. Allies The trade truce may have eased tensions between the world’s two largest economies, but European and Latin American officials are worried it will come...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Honk Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Honk Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Is an Accommodative Fed Bullish for the Stock Market? The conventional wisdom says that the Federal Reserve has a great deal of influence over the economy and the stock market. However, EWI’s resea...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

The market's valuation, momentum and speculative activity is nowhere near as extreme as in 1999 The Nasdaq 100 — the heart of the market's leadership both now and then — fetches 28-times trailing earnings now, compared to about 40 times two deca...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

Two big factors putting pressure on SA commercial property - economist With the SA economy expected to grow at less than 1%, this would be insufficient to curb an increase in the vacancy rate of commercial property and t...

Pompeo Denounces News Media, Igniting Outrage In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhi...

Is an Accommodative Fed Bullish for the Stock Market? The conventional wisdom says that the Federal Reserve has a great deal of influence over the economy and the stock market. However, EWI’s resea...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win t...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Honk Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Express is closing 31 stores by the end of this weekend. Is your location on the list of closures? Express is closing 100 stores as part of its fleet rationalization and the first 31 locations are closing this weekend. Here's the full list.  &...

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Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Honk Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

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Libor: Banks must jump before they are pushed Banks must prove to the increasingly impatient regulators that they have got Libor transition under control, or face costly consequences down the lin...

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Trump administration targets online sellers in plan to take down counterfeit goods market The Trump administration's new plan to stop the importation of counterfeit goods came with a warning to e-commerce outlets to buckle down on online s...

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Oil drops more than 1%, heads for weekly loss on China virus concerns Oil slipped below $62 a barrel on Friday and was heading for a weekly decline as concern that a virus in China may spread, curbing travel and oil dem...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Vanguard investors may be filing taxes later than expected. Here's why Some investors at Vanguard will be receiving two sets of tax forms for 2019 because they moved from the firm's mutual fund platform to its brokerage ...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

Italy watchdog launches non-compliance proceedings against Facebook Italy's competition watchdog has launched proceedings against Facebook for non-compliance with a previous request it had made regarding improper comm...

Investor Bill Miller doubles returns in 2019, and says stocks will rise even further in 2020 Bill Miller came back with a bang in 2019, riding the stock market's relentless rally to record highs. He also thinks there may be more gains in 2020...

Vanguard investors may be filing taxes later than expected. Here's why Some investors at Vanguard will be receiving two sets of tax forms for 2019 because they moved from the firm's mutual fund platform to its brokerage ...

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Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

The Next Campaign Text You Get May Be From a Friend Apps for relational organizing—which use personal connections to get out the vote—are the latest political tech arms race. So far, Democrats have the...

5 reasons to ditch New York City for the hills of the Hudson Valley New York's Hudson River Valley has long attracted city dwellers looking for a quick country escape. Accommodations are as varied as the people who go...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

'Adulting 101': How to nail the financial basics and save thousands, starting with your first job How not to freak out as you learn to manage bills and save for retirement. Cut through the noise and concentrate on the top important things. Ignore ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

3 ETFs to "Play" Chinese Stocks in 2020 Watch this quick video where our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Mark Galasiewski, gives you a surprising insight into the Chinese sto...

To train more workers, companies turn to virtual reality The future of employee training involves no embarrassing role-playing in front of new colleagues or boring web modules which take an hour each to cli...

Stocks Turn Lower on Worries About Virus Outbreak U.S. stocks turned lower on worries the deadly coronavirus outbreak is spreading. Energy was among the worst-performing sectors of the S&P 500, pulle...

Libor: Banks must jump before they are pushed Banks must prove to the increasingly impatient regulators that they have got Libor transition under control, or face costly consequences down the lin...

Nike Stock "Soars on Bad Headlines"? Just Do... Elliott Wave Analysis Can a company’s “fundamentals” be good, if a flood of bad stories about it are in the news? And do those things even matter to share price? See the c...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

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India's shadow lending sector is in a 'better position' after two years of clean up, says bank chairman Rajnish Kumar, chairman of the State Bank of India acknowledged that India's shadow lenders — or non-bank financial companies — still face challenges...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

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Former Eskom chair: Gigaba overruled appointment of white acting CEO in election year The former minister of public enterprises lambasted the power utility's board for requesting a white person act as CEO of Eskom when the ANC was faci...

‘A Trust Paradox.’ New Report Finds Distrust in Capitalism, Government and Global Institutions — Despite a Strong Economy A new report found widespread distrust in societal institutions — defined as government, business, NGOs and the media — despite a strong ...

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win t...

Libor: Banks must jump before they are pushed Banks must prove to the increasingly impatient regulators that they have got Libor transition under control, or face costly consequences down the lin...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

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While Australia Burned, Real Estate Prices...Rose? An observer might guess that the unprecedented brushfires which devastated properties in Australia would have deterred people from buying homes. Not ...

To train more workers, companies turn to virtual reality The future of employee training involves no embarrassing role-playing in front of new colleagues or boring web modules which take an hour each to cli...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Former Wells Fargo chief executive barred from banking industry In a settlement with regulators, former Wells Fargo chief John Stumpf agrees to a lifelong ban from the banking industry and a $17.5 million fine. Th...

Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ...

AOC just unwittingly made the case for right-to-work laws Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez kicked off 2020 by kneecapping her colleagues. The bartender-turned-congresswoman announced in early January that she will n...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Bitcoin Dives 3.5%. Here’s How to Know What’s Next. You'll find many after-the-fact "reasons" as to why Bitcoin suddenly sold off on January 23. But see how our Crypto Pro Service helped subscribers an...

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win t...

2 Charts That "Might Just Take Your Breath Away" When you've done something for years, you start to notice patterns. We've been forecasting the markets since the 1970s, and we've picked up on some p...

Cboe Receives Final Regulatory Approval for Cboe Market Close CHICAGO – January 22, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced it ...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Shares hold ground as China virus fears persist; euro hits seven-week low after ECB Asian shares held their ground on Friday as trade slowed for the Lunar New Year, despite investors fears that a new coronavirus in China could spread...

European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Vanguard investors may be filing taxes later than expected. Here's why Some investors at Vanguard will be receiving two sets of tax forms for 2019 because they moved from the firm's mutual fund platform to its brokerage ...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

Italy watchdog launches non-compliance proceedings against Facebook Italy's competition watchdog has launched proceedings against Facebook for non-compliance with a previous request it had made regarding improper comm...

Investor Bill Miller doubles returns in 2019, and says stocks will rise even further in 2020 Bill Miller came back with a bang in 2019, riding the stock market's relentless rally to record highs. He also thinks there may be more gains in 2020...

Vanguard investors may be filing taxes later than expected. Here's why Some investors at Vanguard will be receiving two sets of tax forms for 2019 because they moved from the firm's mutual fund platform to its brokerage ...

China Silences Critics Over Coronavirus Outbreak Beijing has responded faster to the new threat than it did with SARS, but it still silences and punishes those who veer from the official line, with ...

FAA Lowered Bar for Southwest Approvals, Whistleblower Alleges U.S. air-safety regulators likely acted improperly in the way they authorized Southwest Airlines to begin flights between California and Hawaii, acco...

Cboe Receives Final Regulatory Approval for Cboe Market Close CHICAGO – January 22, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced it ...

Rising temperatures put more US workers at risk of dying from heat As the climate crisis worsens, there are currently no federal safety protections for workers in extreme temperaturesIt was more than 100F (38C) in th...

Toyota, Honda recall over 6 million cars due to airbag worries Toyota and Honda are recalling more than 6 million vehicles because of separate safety concerns affecting airbags. Toyota’s recall covers 3.4 million...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Both Biden and Sanders want to boost Social Security benefits. So why are they fighting on the issue? The platforms of the Democratic presidential contenders almost unanimously call for Social Security benefit hikes. Yet two leading candidates are at ...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A year's worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

Nikkei retreats as China virus spreads, energy-linked firms sag Tokyo shares dropped on Thursday, led by energy-related and cyclical stocks, as investors remained anxious about the spread of a new flu-like virus i...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Finance Ministry Allows Three Last Dates For Filing GSTR-3B Returns In past, glitches in the return filing system of GST Network were reported on the last day of filing of returns and trade and industry had to face pr...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

European High-Yield Bond Rally May Be Over-Hyped Spanish construction companies topped few lists for winning bets at the start of 2020, but speculative-grade bonds in two such firms have jumped in p...

New CEO sees Boeing as its ‘own worst enemy’ on 737 Max deadlines David Calhoun, who committed to restarting production of the plane as soon as April, will be accountable for the new timeline, which he said allows f...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

British taxes are a matter for us, not United States, says UK trade minister Britain's tax policy is a matter for the British government, not the United States or the European Union, trade minister Liz Truss said on Thursday w...

Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

New CEO sees Boeing as its ‘own worst enemy’ on 737 Max deadlines David Calhoun, who committed to restarting production of the plane as soon as April, will be accountable for the new timeline, which he said allows f...

Healthcare’s a human right, not ‘a privilege for the rich’ UNAIDS argues at Davos The UN agency devoted to ending AIDS as a public health threat is calling on top politicians and governments across the world to ensure the right to ...

India's shadow lending sector is in a 'better position' after two years of clean up, says bank chairman Rajnish Kumar, chairman of the State Bank of India acknowledged that India's shadow lenders — or non-bank financial companies — still face challenges...

While Australia Burned, Real Estate Prices...Rose? An observer might guess that the unprecedented brushfires which devastated properties in Australia would have deterred people from buying homes. Not ...

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M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

Facing Pushback From Allies, U.S. Set for Broader Huawei Effort The U.S. is preparing for a longer and broader campaign to banish Huawei Technologies from next-generation 5G cellular networks around the world, as ...

Former Eskom chair: Gigaba overruled appointment of white acting CEO in election year The former minister of public enterprises lambasted the power utility's board for requesting a white person act as CEO of Eskom when the ANC was faci...

‘A Trust Paradox.’ New Report Finds Distrust in Capitalism, Government and Global Institutions — Despite a Strong Economy A new report found widespread distrust in societal institutions — defined as government, business, NGOs and the media — despite a strong ...

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win t...

Libor: Banks must jump before they are pushed Banks must prove to the increasingly impatient regulators that they have got Libor transition under control, or face costly consequences down the lin...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

Argentina’s default risk a tale of central bank failure not just government mismanagement Risk survey contributor Steve Hanke puts the blame on central bankers as Argentina dives, pushing the country below Egypt in the global risk rankings...

While Australia Burned, Real Estate Prices...Rose? An observer might guess that the unprecedented brushfires which devastated properties in Australia would have deterred people from buying homes. Not ...

To train more workers, companies turn to virtual reality The future of employee training involves no embarrassing role-playing in front of new colleagues or boring web modules which take an hour each to cli...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

3 ETFs to "Play" Chinese Stocks in 2020 Watch this quick video where our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Mark Galasiewski, gives you a surprising insight into the Chinese sto...

Ozzy Osbourne reveals he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease Ozzy Osbourne, the 71-year-old lead singer of the band Black Sabbath, has had his fair share of health issues over the last 12 months, including neck...

Porsche was famous for luxury sports cars. Then along came the SUV and everything changed Volkswagen Group luxury brand Porsche has transformed itself into a sport-utility-vehicle brand with lower prices and bigger sales.    ...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

After Record 2019, What Will Drives Equities in 2020? Equities were propelled to record highs in 2019 not by earnings growth but by rate cuts and easing US-China tension. What will drive the market in 20...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

Investors Rattled by China's Coronavirus Look to Past Epidemics for Clues Investors fixated on the mysterious pneumonia-causing virus that originated in China are looking to past viral outbreaks to assess how bad the damage...

Meghan and Harry can flee to Canada but they will still owe taxes in the US You can move to a different continent to escape your in-laws, but as long as you're still an American, the IRS will always be in your life. Here's wh...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Jamie Dimon says his one big worry is negative interest rates J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said that negative interest rates are one of the only things that concern him in a market that's otherwise in a "Go...

Yo, Non-Profits: Here's Your Strategy for 2020 Whether you run a charity, you volunteer or you love to give to your favorite causes, you can use the stock market to signal if society is feeling ge...

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Both Biden and Sanders want to boost Social Security benefits. So why are they fighting on the issue? The platforms of the Democratic presidential contenders almost unanimously call for Social Security benefit hikes. Yet two leading candidates are at ...

China Silences Critics Over Coronavirus Outbreak Beijing has responded faster to the new threat than it did with SARS, but it still silences and punishes those who veer from the official line, with ...

FAA Lowered Bar for Southwest Approvals, Whistleblower Alleges U.S. air-safety regulators likely acted improperly in the way they authorized Southwest Airlines to begin flights between California and Hawaii, acco...

Cboe Receives Final Regulatory Approval for Cboe Market Close CHICAGO – January 22, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced it ...

Rising temperatures put more US workers at risk of dying from heat As the climate crisis worsens, there are currently no federal safety protections for workers in extreme temperaturesIt was more than 100F (38C) in th...

Toyota, Honda recall over 6 million cars due to airbag worries Toyota and Honda are recalling more than 6 million vehicles because of separate safety concerns affecting airbags. Toyota’s recall covers 3.4 million...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Both Biden and Sanders want to boost Social Security benefits. So why are they fighting on the issue? The platforms of the Democratic presidential contenders almost unanimously call for Social Security benefit hikes. Yet two leading candidates are at ...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A year's worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

Nikkei retreats as China virus spreads, energy-linked firms sag Tokyo shares dropped on Thursday, led by energy-related and cyclical stocks, as investors remained anxious about the spread of a new flu-like virus i...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Finance Ministry Allows Three Last Dates For Filing GSTR-3B Returns In past, glitches in the return filing system of GST Network were reported on the last day of filing of returns and trade and industry had to face pr...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

European High-Yield Bond Rally May Be Over-Hyped Spanish construction companies topped few lists for winning bets at the start of 2020, but speculative-grade bonds in two such firms have jumped in p...

New CEO sees Boeing as its ‘own worst enemy’ on 737 Max deadlines David Calhoun, who committed to restarting production of the plane as soon as April, will be accountable for the new timeline, which he said allows f...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

British taxes are a matter for us, not United States, says UK trade minister Britain's tax policy is a matter for the British government, not the United States or the European Union, trade minister Liz Truss said on Thursday w...

Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A year's worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

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SEC Decision on 4 p.m. Closing Trades Deals Blow to NYSE, Nasdaq Regulators have loosened the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq’s grip on the 4 p.m. closing auctions that determine end-of-day prices for thousands ...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

Amazon boss Jeff Bezos's phone 'hacked by Saudi crown prince' Exclusive: investigation suggests Washington Post owner was targeted five months before murder of Jamal KhashoggiRevealed: the Saudi heir and the all...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

Special dividend for shareholders is always on the table, Costco CEO says Oppenheimer upgraded Costco's stock on Tuesday. In a "Mad Money" interview, Costco CEO Craig Jelinek said "we'll always look at" paying a special div...

‘A Trust Paradox.’ New Report Finds Distrust in Capitalism, Government and Global Institutions — Despite a Strong Economy A new report found widespread distrust in societal institutions — defined as government, business, NGOs and the media — despite a strong ...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ...

Greta Thunberg’s Message at Davos Forum: ‘Our House Is Still on Fire’ The activist punched a hole in the promises emerging from a forum of the global political and business elite at Davos, telling the leaders to stop in...

Huawei is barred from using Google Maps on its phones, so this is what it will use instead Maps are obviously one of the core apps relied on by the average smartphone user, not only to help them navigate from Point A to Point B, but also to...

BAE nabs $400.9M contract to deliver armored multi-purpose vehicles to Army BAE Systems Land & Armaments LP has been awarded a $400.9 million deal to procure 160 armored multi-purpose vehicles for the U.S. Army, according to ...

10 things in tech you need to know today Embassy of Saudi Arabia Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. Jeff Bezos' phone was reportedly hacked by Saudi Crown P...

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Ozzy Osbourne reveals he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease Ozzy Osbourne, the 71-year-old lead singer of the band Black Sabbath, has had his fair share of health issues over the last 12 months, including neck...

Porsche was famous for luxury sports cars. Then along came the SUV and everything changed Volkswagen Group luxury brand Porsche has transformed itself into a sport-utility-vehicle brand with lower prices and bigger sales.    ...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

After Record 2019, What Will Drives Equities in 2020? Equities were propelled to record highs in 2019 not by earnings growth but by rate cuts and easing US-China tension. What will drive the market in 20...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

Investors Rattled by China's Coronavirus Look to Past Epidemics for Clues Investors fixated on the mysterious pneumonia-causing virus that originated in China are looking to past viral outbreaks to assess how bad the damage...

Meghan and Harry can flee to Canada but they will still owe taxes in the US You can move to a different continent to escape your in-laws, but as long as you're still an American, the IRS will always be in your life. Here's wh...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Jamie Dimon says his one big worry is negative interest rates J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said that negative interest rates are one of the only things that concern him in a market that's otherwise in a "Go...

Yo, Non-Profits: Here's Your Strategy for 2020 Whether you run a charity, you volunteer or you love to give to your favorite causes, you can use the stock market to signal if society is feeling ge...

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Both Biden and Sanders want to boost Social Security benefits. So why are they fighting on the issue? The platforms of the Democratic presidential contenders almost unanimously call for Social Security benefit hikes. Yet two leading candidates are at ...

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Australian Coal Company Says Bush-Fire Smoke Is Slowing Production The poor air quality is making equipment harder to operate, and some workers have had to take leave to fight fires. The irony was not lost on many in...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

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Greta Thunberg’s Message at Davos Forum: ‘Our House Is Still on Fire’ The activist punched a hole in the promises emerging from a forum of the global political and business elite at Davos, telling the leaders to stop in...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A year's worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

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HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

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A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

Special dividend for shareholders is always on the table, Costco CEO says Oppenheimer upgraded Costco's stock on Tuesday. In a "Mad Money" interview, Costco CEO Craig Jelinek said "we'll always look at" paying a special div...

‘A Trust Paradox.’ New Report Finds Distrust in Capitalism, Government and Global Institutions — Despite a Strong Economy A new report found widespread distrust in societal institutions — defined as government, business, NGOs and the media — despite a strong ...

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Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ...

Greta Thunberg’s Message at Davos Forum: ‘Our House Is Still on Fire’ The activist punched a hole in the promises emerging from a forum of the global political and business elite at Davos, telling the leaders to stop in...

Huawei is barred from using Google Maps on its phones, so this is what it will use instead Maps are obviously one of the core apps relied on by the average smartphone user, not only to help them navigate from Point A to Point B, but also to...

BAE nabs $400.9M contract to deliver armored multi-purpose vehicles to Army BAE Systems Land & Armaments LP has been awarded a $400.9 million deal to procure 160 armored multi-purpose vehicles for the U.S. Army, according to ...

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3 ETFs to "Play" Chinese Stocks in 2020 Watch this quick video where our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Mark Galasiewski, gives you a surprising insight into the Chinese sto...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

Three-time Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn says retiring from skiing is harder than competing The three-time Olympic medalist revealed to CNBC the emotional toll of her retirement in Baltimore this week where Under Armour announced its new ad ...

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Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

US manufacturing output rises unexpectedly U.S. manufacturing output rose unexpectedly in December as a drop in motor vehicle output was outpaced by increases in production of other durable go...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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First Kenyan shilling green bond lists on London Stock Exchange Kenyan property developer Acorn Holdings has issued a small but smartly structured bond programme, which will remove barriers to entry for local mark...

Three-time Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn says retiring from skiing is harder than competing The three-time Olympic medalist revealed to CNBC the emotional toll of her retirement in Baltimore this week where Under Armour announced its new ad ...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

How the economy could make or break Trump in 2020 In 2016, Trump promised voters a revival of American factories, huge economic growth and big gains from trade. In 2020, he’ll have to sell swing stat...

RBS digital bank chief to leave amid Rose shake-up The head of Royal Bank of Scotland's (RBS) standalone digital lender is to leave the company as part of a shake-up of management under the company's ...

Australian Coal Company Says Bush-Fire Smoke Is Slowing Production The poor air quality is making equipment harder to operate, and some workers have had to take leave to fight fires. The irony was not lost on many in...

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Getting honest about sustainability The needle may slowly be moving, but if we continue at this pace sustainable finance will still be a niche rather than integrated into all finance by...

Here's who becomes president if Trump is removed from office in an impeachment trial Associated Press Starting the week of January 21, the Senate will hold a historic trial in January to determine whether to remove President Donald Tr...

Live from Davos: Henry Blodget leads a panel on how technology will shape the next decade Youtube Embed: //www.youtube.com/embed/Dp6OcnfNotA Width: 560px Height: 315px The last decade saw technological advancements that transformed how we ...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

Which company just hit $1 trillion? Google it. As Google-parent Alphabet Inc became on Thursday the fourth U.S. company to top a market value of more than $1 trillion, some funds holding its share...

Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ...

A New Player at Sundance, Backed by Laurene Powell Jobs One-fourth of the documentaries in the Sundance Film Festival’s competition for American nonfiction films come from the same upstart company, Concord...

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Cboe Global Markets Reports Trading Volume for December and Full Year 2019 CHICAGO – January 6, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported December mo...

Why you might buy a burger with bitcoin in Venezuela, but not Europe Cryptocurrencies have a specific use-case in countries where local currencies are in crisis, but elsewhere they remain a volatile speculative investm...

Greta Thunberg’s Message at Davos Forum: ‘Our House Is Still on Fire’ The activist punched a hole in the promises emerging from a forum of the global political and business elite at Davos, telling the leaders to stop in...

European Stocks Tick Lower on Fresh Strain to U.K. Ties European stocks drifted down after a top U.K. government official warned that the country may no longer be aligned with European Union rules and regu...

WATCH: Trump speaks at the American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention and Trade Show President Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks at the 2020 American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention and Trade Show on Sunday at 6 p.m. EST....

Navy to name Ford-class aircraft carrier in honor of black Pearl Harbor hero The Navy has confirmed that it will name the fourth Ford-class aircraft carrier in honor of Doris Miller, the first black man to receive a Navy Cross...

Step aside, avocado toast — Australia's next taste sensation has arrived When a country goes from five gin distilleries to hundreds in half a decade, it's time to take notice. Here's how Australia's award-winning craft gin...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

Yen Tumbles to an 8-Month Low: Knowing Why is Half the Battle Politics do a lousy job as financial market predictors. Case in point, "U.S.-Iran Hostilities" and the movement of the Dollar vs. the Yen. See the fa...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

The 2020 Oscar nominations show the Academy Awards is still a white man's game Despite efforts from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to expand its membership to more women and more people of color, issues of repre...

Why do so many US workers fall to their deaths? There were 5,250 fatal work injuries in the US in 2018, with falls a leading cause of death – and cuts in government oversight may lead to moreRobert...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

Three-time Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn says retiring from skiing is harder than competing The three-time Olympic medalist revealed to CNBC the emotional toll of her retirement in Baltimore this week where Under Armour announced its new ad ...

Democrats lament spending deal that paved way for Trump to transfer $7.2B to fund wall House Democrats reacted with anger and frustration to the news Tuesday of President Trump's plans to divert billions of dollars in military funding t...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

US manufacturing output rises unexpectedly U.S. manufacturing output rose unexpectedly in December as a drop in motor vehicle output was outpaced by increases in production of other durable go...

While African aviation flies high, South Africa burdened by slow growth, SAA struggles While the South African aviation sector has faced its share of hurdles - not least the uncertainty around the future of flag carrier SAA - the rest o...

NYC real estate legend Larry Silverstein dishes on tech, WeWork The technology boom in New York City is alive and well. And it may soon get even better. And more tech jobs will keep coming here because West Coast ...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

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HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

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Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

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European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Criminals are using 'Frankenstein identities' to steal from banks and credit unions So-called synthetic identity fraud is the fastest-growing financial crime, according to the Federal Reserve, driven in part by lending moving online....

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

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Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

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Navy officials ask for bigger share of Pentagon budget Just over a month before the White House releases its defense spending budget, Navy leaders are both asking for an increase in funds and stressing th...

Commodities Eye 2020 China Growth Prospects China's 2020 growth prospect amid a ceasefire in the US trade war could help determine the value of the currencies of several commodity exporting nat...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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European Bond Sales Draw Strong Demand European sovereign bond sales attracted an unprecedented level of interest this week, as investors sought to lock in yield amid expectations that eur...

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Global markets rise despite slowest Chinese growth for 30 years Investors shrug off slowdown as new data fuels optimism China can ride out US trade warChina’s economy stumbled last year to its lowest growth rate i...

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Speculators cut long dollar bets to 19-month low - CFTC, Reuters Speculators cut their net long bets on the U.S. dollar in the latest week to the smallest position in 19 months, according to calculations by Reuters...

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Best Buy board investigating CEO Corie Barry for alleged misconduct Best Buy's board is probing allegations that the CEO Corie Barry had an "inappropriate" relationship with another company executive, the Wall Street ...

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Ninez Cacho-Olivares, Journalist and Critic of Marcos, Dies at 78 She was among a cadre of newswomen who faced down the Philippine dictator. But she later unexpectedly turned around to support President Rodrigo Dute...

Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

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Criminals are using 'Frankenstein identities' to steal from banks and credit unions So-called synthetic identity fraud is the fastest-growing financial crime, according to the Federal Reserve, driven in part by lending moving online....

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Trump to Nominate a Critic and an Insider to the Fed Board The president formally announced that he would nominate Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller to the Federal Reserve’s seven-person Board of Governors....

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

'Regret and unhappiness': China offers muted response to US trade deal State media plays down agreement, in contrast to Donald Trump’s assertion it is the ‘biggest deal anyone has ever seen’ Reaction in China to the US t...

BNY Mellon profit falls short on lower interest rates Bank of New York Mellon missed analysts' estimates for quarterly profit on Thursday, as the world's largest custodian bank earned less from its inter...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Criminals are using 'Frankenstein identities' to steal from banks and credit unions So-called synthetic identity fraud is the fastest-growing financial crime, according to the Federal Reserve, driven in part by lending moving online....

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

Restaurants take aim at improving manager turnover rates Shake Shack, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Yum Brands' Taco Bell are among the restaurant chains trying to keep their managers sticking around longer...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

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Navy officials ask for bigger share of Pentagon budget Just over a month before the White House releases its defense spending budget, Navy leaders are both asking for an increase in funds and stressing th...

Commodities Eye 2020 China Growth Prospects China's 2020 growth prospect amid a ceasefire in the US trade war could help determine the value of the currencies of several commodity exporting nat...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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European Bond Sales Draw Strong Demand European sovereign bond sales attracted an unprecedented level of interest this week, as investors sought to lock in yield amid expectations that eur...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

2019 was the second-hottest year on record, continuing a global warming trend, researchers say Researchers on Wednesday confirmed that 2019 was the second-hottest year ever, capping off the hottest decade in recorded history as the world contin...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Was Trump’s trade war with China worth it? Pretty much everyone agrees the trade war caused a lot of pain. For the deal to have any real gain, China must hold to its promises to open its marke...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A years' worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

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Delta Pilots Who Dumped Fuel That Fell On a School Didn’t Tell Controllers Before the Maneuver The pilots of a Delta flight conducting an emergency landing didn’t tell air traffic controllers before dumping fuel that wound up falling on s...

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In 2020, millennials, Generation X expect to make more money while boomers shave debt More than one in two Americans doubt their personal budget will get a boost in 2020, while 43% are more optimistic, according to a new Bankrate.com s...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

US weekly jobless claims drop unexpectedly The number of U.S. workers filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to continued strength in the labor marke...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Restaurants take aim at improving manager turnover rates Shake Shack, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Yum Brands' Taco Bell are among the restaurant chains trying to keep their managers sticking around longer...

Criminals are using 'Frankenstein identities' to steal from banks and credit unions So-called synthetic identity fraud is the fastest-growing financial crime, according to the Federal Reserve, driven in part by lending moving online....

Microsoft pledges to remove more carbon than it produces by 2030 While the software giant expects to be "carbon negative" by the end of the decade, it will continue to sell technology to help fossil fuel companies ...

Trump to Nominate a Critic and an Insider to the Fed Board The president formally announced that he would nominate Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller to the Federal Reserve’s seven-person Board of Governors....

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A year's worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

Martha McSally Calls CNN Reporter a ‘Liberal Hack’ When Manu Raju of CNN posed an impeachment question to Ms. McSally, an Arizona Republican, she replied: “I’m not talking to you. You’re a liberal hac...

Microsoft pledges to remove more carbon than it produces by 2030 While the software giant expects to be "carbon negative" by the end of the decade, it will continue to sell technology to help fossil fuel companies ...

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Insurance Officials Pursue Control of Many of Greg Lindberg's Firms North Carolina insurance officials are seeking appointment of a temporary receiver to take control of hundreds of private companies owned by the insu...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

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Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

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European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

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3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Trump Tax Break That Benefited the Rich Is Being Investigated The Treasury Department’s watchdog said it was looking into the Opportunity Zone program, a multibillion-dollar tax break that is supposed to help lo...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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Citi explains why there's an 'ultimate cap' on oil prices There's a limited upside in oil prices, amid a shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy as global oil supply exceeds demand, said David Bailin, CI...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

Industry leaders asked the UK government 31 urgent questions about Brexit and have received no answers Ben Stansall - WPA Pool / Getty Images The UK logistics sector is still waiting to hear back after sending Boris Johnson's government 31 urgent quest...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

2019 was the second-hottest year on record, continuing a global warming trend, researchers say Researchers on Wednesday confirmed that 2019 was the second-hottest year ever, capping off the hottest decade in recorded history as the world contin...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Was Trump’s trade war with China worth it? Pretty much everyone agrees the trade war caused a lot of pain. For the deal to have any real gain, China must hold to its promises to open its marke...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A years' worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

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Delta Pilots Who Dumped Fuel That Fell On a School Didn’t Tell Controllers Before the Maneuver The pilots of a Delta flight conducting an emergency landing didn’t tell air traffic controllers before dumping fuel that wound up falling on s...

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BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

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2 MORE Signs of an Epic Financial Complacency As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of...

Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

Target was strong where it needed strength, and that bodes well for the rest of the year Target said its same-store sales during the 2019 holiday season were up just 1.4%, missing its expectations. But analysts say that doesn't mean Targe...

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

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BA owner files complaint with EU over taxpayers' Flybe rescue The parent firm of British Airways has lodged a complaint with the European Union over the UK government's support that is enabling Flybe to keep fly...

Commodities Eye 2020 China Growth Prospects China's 2020 growth prospect amid a ceasefire in the US trade war could help determine the value of the currencies of several commodity exporting nat...

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HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

Activist hedge funds stepped up calls for asset sales and spin-offs in 2019: data Hedge funds that push for change at corporations stepped up their demands for asset spin-offs and sales last year, making them part of nearly half of...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

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European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Trump Tax Break That Benefited the Rich Is Being Investigated The Treasury Department’s watchdog said it was looking into the Opportunity Zone program, a multibillion-dollar tax break that is supposed to help lo...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Supreme Court to hear B.C. case attempting to halt Trans Mountain pipeline expansion The B.C. government will ask Canada's high court Thursday to give it authority over what can flow through the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline from A...

Citi explains why there's an 'ultimate cap' on oil prices There's a limited upside in oil prices, amid a shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy as global oil supply exceeds demand, said David Bailin, CI...

HKMA learns social media lessons in crisis control In the heat of Hong Kong’s protests, rumours swirl that capital controls are imminent and banks are out of cash. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ven...

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JPMorgan garners $8.5B profit, confusion over Jamie Dimon’s future JPMorgan kicked off bank earnings season with record profits — and more fuzziness over CEO Jamie Dimon’s retirement plans. The NYC-based bank said pr...

Aging population, climate change biggest challenges for Canada’s economy in 2020s: RBC An older population will present governments with challenges including rising health-care costs and elder benefits, the report by RBC economists fore...

China Trade Deal Details Protections for American Firms The agreement is expected to include significant concessions to protect U.S. technology and trade secrets, but its success hinges on whether China wi...

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How 24 Tons of Chicken Feet Could Herald a New Era for U.S.-China Trade A container with 23.94 tons of American chicken feet cleared Chinese customs Tuesday, potentially heralding the start of a new trading era between th...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

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Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

Amazon Lifts Ban on FedEx Ground Amazon notified its third-party merchants that they could once again use FedEx’s Ground network to ship orders placed under Amazon’s Prime membership...

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

Under Armour's Kevin Plank pushes new ad campaign: 'the only way is through' For Under Armour, the only way out of a hard spot is to muddle through it. Chief Brand Officer Kevin Plank unveiled the company's newest ad campaign ...

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

Chris Evans Goes to Washington The actor's new project, A Starting Point, aims to give all Americans the TL;DR on WTF is going on in politics. It's harder than punching Nazis on th...

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

In next war, soldiers will leave their smartphones at home: Peter Apps As the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division departed for the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran, their divisional comma...

2 MORE Signs of an Epic Financial Complacency As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of...

Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

Target was strong where it needed strength, and that bodes well for the rest of the year Target said its same-store sales during the 2019 holiday season were up just 1.4%, missing its expectations. But analysts say that doesn't mean Targe...

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

T-Mobile-Sprint Deal Concern Mounts on Wall Street Shares of Sprint are trading at a more than 40% discount to the value of T-Mobile’s proposed all-stock deal. The companies are preparing to make fina...

Democrats lament spending deal that paved way for Trump to transfer $7.2B to fund wall House Democrats reacted with anger and frustration to the news Tuesday of President Trump's plans to divert billions of dollars in military funding t...

California City Votes to Shut Crucial Port to U.S. Coal Exports (Bloomberg)—A critical route for American coal exports to Asia is drying up after yet another U.S. port city passed a law to bar the fuel from ...

Telkom plans to cut 3 000 jobs Telkom has issued a notice to cut as many as 3 000 jobs - nearly a third of its workforce - across multiple departments, as the company looks to stre...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

BA owner files complaint with EU over taxpayers' Flybe rescue The parent firm of British Airways has lodged a complaint with the European Union over the UK government's support that is enabling Flybe to keep fly...

Commodities Eye 2020 China Growth Prospects China's 2020 growth prospect amid a ceasefire in the US trade war could help determine the value of the currencies of several commodity exporting nat...

ABN Amro CEO-elect Robert Swaak faces AML, M&A test Former PwC executive Robert Swaak is a 'safe pair of hands', but a money laundering investigation and negative rates heighten existential dou...

Michael Patra To Head Monetary Policy Wing At RBI As Executive Director, Mr Patra was already a member of the RBI's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC). He will now handle the monetary policy department....

Democrats lament spending deal that paved way for Trump to transfer $7.2B to fund wall House Democrats reacted with anger and frustration to the news Tuesday of President Trump's plans to divert billions of dollars in military funding t...

Learning to stop worrying and start loving the debt bomb Even as the federal debt heads toward the highest level since World War II, Trump 2016 campaign adviser Arthur Laffer is less worried about the fisca...

General Motors wants to replicate GMC's Denali 'money machine' with expanded AT4 off-road lineup General Motors wants to replicate the success of its "money machine" Denali sub-brand for GMC this year to widen profits amid slowing auto sales and ...

BlackRock shifts investment strategy to tackle climate change BlackRock CEO Larry Fink pledged Tuesday to ditch some environmentally harmful investments as part of a plan to combat climate change, which he expec...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

In next war, soldiers will leave their smartphones at home: Peter Apps As the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division departed for the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran, their divisional comma...

South Korea: Let the app wars begin New banking rules have blown the competition wide open in South Korea, allowing banks to piggy-back off each other’s client relationships by offering...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

Aging population, climate change biggest challenges for Canada’s economy in 2020s: RBC An older population will present governments with challenges including rising health-care costs and elder benefits, the report by RBC economists fore...

MGM Resorts selling Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand casinos for $4.6B MGM Resorts International announced plans Tuesday to sell its MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay casino properties for $4.6 billion in a deal involving priva...

South Korea: Let the app wars begin New banking rules have blown the competition wide open in South Korea, allowing banks to piggy-back off each other’s client relationships by offering...

Tito slams plan to nationalise Reserve Bank, invites critics to 'burn him at the stake' Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has again taken to Twitter to express his frustration, with his views on the role and independence of the SA Reserve Ba...

Are Major Economies Heading for a Cool Off? Yield curves are pointing to a possible slowdown in major economies, including the US and European Union, over 2020-21 but China and India are seen g...

Premium cigar makers could catch a break from the FDA as White House applies pressure Handrolled cigar-makers and importers are facing a May deadline that requires all new tobacco products to obtain regulatory clearance from the FDA. B...

Technology vendors eye FX client onboarding opportunity Regulatory technology vendors are relishing the prospect of helping banks minimize FX client onboarding errors, but in a world where legacy systems r...

JPMorgan garners $8.5B profit, confusion over Jamie Dimon’s future JPMorgan kicked off bank earnings season with record profits — and more fuzziness over CEO Jamie Dimon’s retirement plans. The NYC-based bank said pr...

Aging population, climate change biggest challenges for Canada’s economy in 2020s: RBC An older population will present governments with challenges including rising health-care costs and elder benefits, the report by RBC economists fore...

China Trade Deal Details Protections for American Firms The agreement is expected to include significant concessions to protect U.S. technology and trade secrets, but its success hinges on whether China wi...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

How 24 Tons of Chicken Feet Could Herald a New Era for U.S.-China Trade A container with 23.94 tons of American chicken feet cleared Chinese customs Tuesday, potentially heralding the start of a new trading era between th...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

Technology vendors eye FX client onboarding opportunity Regulatory technology vendors are relishing the prospect of helping banks minimize FX client onboarding errors, but in a world where legacy systems r...

Tesla Soars to Record Highs: Here's the "Naked" Truth as to Why Tesla's share price went from a months-long sideways crawl to a late October break out, on the way to all-time highs. See the forecast that anticipat...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

Amazon Lifts Ban on FedEx Ground Amazon notified its third-party merchants that they could once again use FedEx’s Ground network to ship orders placed under Amazon’s Prime membership...

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

Under Armour's Kevin Plank pushes new ad campaign: 'the only way is through' For Under Armour, the only way out of a hard spot is to muddle through it. Chief Brand Officer Kevin Plank unveiled the company's newest ad campaign ...

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy The nation’s largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid respon...

Chris Evans Goes to Washington The actor's new project, A Starting Point, aims to give all Americans the TL;DR on WTF is going on in politics. It's harder than punching Nazis on th...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

Inside Kaspi’s Kazakh banking experiment Kaspi.kz is Kazakhstan’s most exciting technology company, its most ambitious bank and perhaps its next international export, but rivals think they h...

At least three Chinese automakers eyeing expansion in Mexico At least three Chinese automakers are preparing to produce vehicles in Mexico or expand existing operations, the Mexican ambassador to China said on ...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

Half of single seniors can't pay for the basics. Here's why Social Security's not enough New research shows that many adults ages 65 and up do not have the financial resources to cover their basic needs. Here's a look at where retirees st...

3 ETFs to "Play" Chinese Stocks in 2020 Watch this quick video where our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Mark Galasiewski, gives you a surprising insight into the Chinese sto...

Lamborghini's 2019 sales jump 43%, driven by its Urus SUV With the 2017 launch of the Urus – a 641-horsepower SUV that starts at $210,000 and can do zero to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds – Lamborghini has doubled it...

A top Chinese banker confessed to taking bribes after $29 million in cash was found in his apartment REUTERS/Jon Woo One of China's top bankers took millions of dollars' worth of bribes and kept them in a Beijing apartment he compared to a "supermark...

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Asiamoney Brokers Poll 2019: The people who left their mark This year’s winners of the Asiamoney Brokers Poll had to navigate myriad challenges, from trade tensions between the US and China to uncertainty arou...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Technology vendors eye FX client onboarding opportunity Regulatory technology vendors are relishing the prospect of helping banks minimize FX client onboarding errors, but in a world where legacy systems r...

Learning to stop worrying and start loving the debt bomb Even as the federal debt heads toward the highest level since World War II, Trump 2016 campaign adviser Arthur Laffer is less worried about the fisca...

General Motors wants to replicate GMC's Denali 'money machine' with expanded AT4 off-road lineup General Motors wants to replicate the success of its "money machine" Denali sub-brand for GMC this year to widen profits amid slowing auto sales and ...

BlackRock shifts investment strategy to tackle climate change BlackRock CEO Larry Fink pledged Tuesday to ditch some environmentally harmful investments as part of a plan to combat climate change, which he expec...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

In next war, soldiers will leave their smartphones at home: Peter Apps As the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division departed for the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran, their divisional comma...

South Korea: Let the app wars begin New banking rules have blown the competition wide open in South Korea, allowing banks to piggy-back off each other’s client relationships by offering...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

Aging population, climate change biggest challenges for Canada’s economy in 2020s: RBC An older population will present governments with challenges including rising health-care costs and elder benefits, the report by RBC economists fore...

MGM Resorts selling Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand casinos for $4.6B MGM Resorts International announced plans Tuesday to sell its MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay casino properties for $4.6 billion in a deal involving priva...

South Korea: Let the app wars begin New banking rules have blown the competition wide open in South Korea, allowing banks to piggy-back off each other’s client relationships by offering...

Tito slams plan to nationalise Reserve Bank, invites critics to 'burn him at the stake' Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has again taken to Twitter to express his frustration, with his views on the role and independence of the SA Reserve Ba...

Are Major Economies Heading for a Cool Off? Yield curves are pointing to a possible slowdown in major economies, including the US and European Union, over 2020-21 but China and India are seen g...

Premium cigar makers could catch a break from the FDA as White House applies pressure Handrolled cigar-makers and importers are facing a May deadline that requires all new tobacco products to obtain regulatory clearance from the FDA. B...

Gene Munster puts together a new case for why Apple stock should be trading 50% higher Apple's business is developing a consistency similar to Facebook and Microsoft and it ought to trade at similar multiples, Loup Ventures' Gene Munste...

Saudi Aramco’s IPO balloons to record $29.4B Saudi Aramco has boosted the size of its initial public offering by nearly $4 billion after selling millions of additional shares. Saudi Arabia’...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Technology vendors eye FX client onboarding opportunity Regulatory technology vendors are relishing the prospect of helping banks minimize FX client onboarding errors, but in a world where legacy systems r...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Getting honest about sustainability The needle may slowly be moving, but if we continue at this pace sustainable finance will still be a niche rather than integrated into all finance by...

Aging population, climate change biggest challenges for Canada’s economy in 2020s: RBC An older population will present governments with challenges including rising health-care costs and elder benefits, the report by RBC economists fore...

Unwind of Bullish Oil Bets Could Limit Crude-Price Gains A pullback in bullish oil bets could tamp down crude prices with tensions in the Middle East subsiding, a rapid shift after the U.S.-ordered killing ...

Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through. With the long-running trade wa...

Labor Dept. Rule to Curb Lawsuits by Franchise Workers The rule could limit the exposure of companies like McDonald’s to wage claims and other complaints. It effectively replaces a more labor-friendly Oba...

Plane crash victims’ families ‘sickened’ by fired Boeing CEO’s $62 million payout Relatives of those who died in the crashes of 737 Max jets say the massive payout to Dennis Muilenburg is yet another example of how Boeing has put p...

Grocery Giant Albertsons Prepares for an IPO, Again The No. 2 U.S. supermarket operator expects to decide in coming weeks whether to proceed with an IPO that could value it around $19 billion, as its b...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Rugby-AIG decides against renewing sponsorship with NZ Rugby New Zealand Rugby (NZR) are going to have seek a new major sponsor after AIG on Tuesday decided against renewing the current agreement when it ends n...

Nelson Bryant, ‘Supreme Chronicler’ of Outdoor Life, Dies at 96 For nearly four decades, his lyrical columns for The Times brought readers to the banks of clear-running streams and the hushed glades of majestic fo...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

Inside Kaspi’s Kazakh banking experiment Kaspi.kz is Kazakhstan’s most exciting technology company, its most ambitious bank and perhaps its next international export, but rivals think they h...

At least three Chinese automakers eyeing expansion in Mexico At least three Chinese automakers are preparing to produce vehicles in Mexico or expand existing operations, the Mexican ambassador to China said on ...

Two key moves from the Federal Reserve have boosted stocks, but they could come with a price Taken together, the moves have been seen as stimulus that while stealthier than the measures taken to pull the economy out of the financial crisis, n...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

Half of single seniors can't pay for the basics. Here's why Social Security's not enough New research shows that many adults ages 65 and up do not have the financial resources to cover their basic needs. Here's a look at where retirees st...

3 ETFs to "Play" Chinese Stocks in 2020 Watch this quick video where our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Mark Galasiewski, gives you a surprising insight into the Chinese sto...

Lamborghini's 2019 sales jump 43%, driven by its Urus SUV With the 2017 launch of the Urus – a 641-horsepower SUV that starts at $210,000 and can do zero to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds – Lamborghini has doubled it...

A top Chinese banker confessed to taking bribes after $29 million in cash was found in his apartment REUTERS/Jon Woo One of China's top bankers took millions of dollars' worth of bribes and kept them in a Beijing apartment he compared to a "supermark...

Spectrum’s home security fiasco shows how big cable keeps screwing customers We’ve written often about all the myriad ways that cable companies find to screw their customers, from terrible service to larding up bills wit...

Asiamoney Brokers Poll 2019: The people who left their mark This year’s winners of the Asiamoney Brokers Poll had to navigate myriad challenges, from trade tensions between the US and China to uncertainty arou...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Technology vendors eye FX client onboarding opportunity Regulatory technology vendors are relishing the prospect of helping banks minimize FX client onboarding errors, but in a world where legacy systems r...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

UPDATE: No loadshedding expected on Monday, Eskom says The Eskom statement released on Sunday evening said there had been an improvement in the system and bring units under maintenance back online, to muc...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Oil steady as fears over U.S.-Iran conflict ease, focus turns to trade deal Oil prices held steady on Monday as fears of conflict between the United States and Iran eased, with investors shifting their focus to this week's sc...

Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

UPDATE 2-UAE to double renewable energy portfolio in next ten years - ADNOC The United Arab Emirates grew its renewable energy portfolio by more than 400% in the last 10 years, and is on track to double that again in the comi...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

Does the U.S. / Iran Conflict Spell Trouble for Stocks? Financial journalists linked the U.S. airstrike in Iraq which killed an Iranian general with the DJIA’s triple-digit decline on Jan. 3. But, was the ...

Regional airline Flybe in bid to stave off collapse Flybe, Europe's biggest regional airline, was locked in survival talks on Sunday night less than a year after being bailed out by a Virgin Atlantic-l...

Gene Munster puts together a new case for why Apple stock should be trading 50% higher Apple's business is developing a consistency similar to Facebook and Microsoft and it ought to trade at similar multiples, Loup Ventures' Gene Munste...

Saudi Aramco’s IPO balloons to record $29.4B Saudi Aramco has boosted the size of its initial public offering by nearly $4 billion after selling millions of additional shares. Saudi Arabia’...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Technology vendors eye FX client onboarding opportunity Regulatory technology vendors are relishing the prospect of helping banks minimize FX client onboarding errors, but in a world where legacy systems r...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Getting honest about sustainability The needle may slowly be moving, but if we continue at this pace sustainable finance will still be a niche rather than integrated into all finance by...

Aging population, climate change biggest challenges for Canada’s economy in 2020s: RBC An older population will present governments with challenges including rising health-care costs and elder benefits, the report by RBC economists fore...

Unwind of Bullish Oil Bets Could Limit Crude-Price Gains A pullback in bullish oil bets could tamp down crude prices with tensions in the Middle East subsiding, a rapid shift after the U.S.-ordered killing ...

Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through. With the long-running trade wa...

Labor Dept. Rule to Curb Lawsuits by Franchise Workers The rule could limit the exposure of companies like McDonald’s to wage claims and other complaints. It effectively replaces a more labor-friendly Oba...

Plane crash victims’ families ‘sickened’ by fired Boeing CEO’s $62 million payout Relatives of those who died in the crashes of 737 Max jets say the massive payout to Dennis Muilenburg is yet another example of how Boeing has put p...

Grocery Giant Albertsons Prepares for an IPO, Again The No. 2 U.S. supermarket operator expects to decide in coming weeks whether to proceed with an IPO that could value it around $19 billion, as its b...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Rugby-AIG decides against renewing sponsorship with NZ Rugby New Zealand Rugby (NZR) are going to have seek a new major sponsor after AIG on Tuesday decided against renewing the current agreement when it ends n...

Nelson Bryant, ‘Supreme Chronicler’ of Outdoor Life, Dies at 96 For nearly four decades, his lyrical columns for The Times brought readers to the banks of clear-running streams and the hushed glades of majestic fo...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

How to find a great career in your golden years It's not uncommon to work well into your golden years, but it can be hard for seniors to score a new position. Here's some advice from experts that c...

Strong economy provides path for Trump’s reelection if he'll take it The first jobs report of the year confirmed that the economy closed out an excellent 2019 in strong shape. The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that ...

Premium cigar makers could catch a break from the FDA as White House applies pressure Handrolled cigar-makers and importers are facing a May deadline that requires all new tobacco products to obtain regulatory clearance from the FDA. B...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Class of 2019: Credit Suisse ‘Business as usual’ has been tough for the Swiss bank to achieve over the last 12 months. Management faces a challenge to show the bank will not just...

Aramco Adds to Record IPO Saudi Aramco said it netted an additional $3.8 billion from its record initial public offering as it sold more shares to meet investor demand, boosti...

Dividend stocks look attractive with a volatile year that nets measly returns expected ahead Top financial institutions including Bank of America started advising clients to shift to dividend-paying stocks and strategies to hedge against risi...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

What to expect for stocks in 2020: After a hot 2019, market backdrop still looks favorable It's hard to envision 2020 turning out as nicely for stock-market investors as 2019 was, but several favorable factors remain in place.   &...

Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

Manufacturers Increase Perks to Get New Hires to Move With half a million U.S. factory jobs unfilled, historically low unemployment and Americans moving at record low rates, manufacturers are adding enti...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

UN committed to helping Haiti build better future, says Guterres, marking 10-year anniversary of devastating earthquake On 12 January 2010, a 7.0 magnitude quake struck Haiti, devastating its capital, Port-au-Prince. About 220,000 people were reportedly killed, among t...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

UPDATE: No loadshedding expected on Monday, Eskom says The Eskom statement released on Sunday evening said there had been an improvement in the system and bring units under maintenance back online, to muc...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Oil steady as fears over U.S.-Iran conflict ease, focus turns to trade deal Oil prices held steady on Monday as fears of conflict between the United States and Iran eased, with investors shifting their focus to this week's sc...

Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

UPDATE 2-UAE to double renewable energy portfolio in next ten years - ADNOC The United Arab Emirates grew its renewable energy portfolio by more than 400% in the last 10 years, and is on track to double that again in the comi...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

Does the U.S. / Iran Conflict Spell Trouble for Stocks? Financial journalists linked the U.S. airstrike in Iraq which killed an Iranian general with the DJIA’s triple-digit decline on Jan. 3. But, was the ...

Regional airline Flybe in bid to stave off collapse Flybe, Europe's biggest regional airline, was locked in survival talks on Sunday night less than a year after being bailed out by a Virgin Atlantic-l...

Oprah Winfrey Pulls Out of Documentary on the Music Mogul Russell Simmons She attributed her move to creative differences. ‘In my opinion,’ she said, ‘there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope’ ...

Private payroll growth surges in December to end 2019 strong, ADP says Companies added 202,000 positions in another sign of a healthy labor market, according to a report Wednesday from ADP and Moody's Analytics. The tota...

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Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

2 MORE Signs of an Epic Financial Complacency As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of...

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2 MORE Signs of an Epic Financial Complacency As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of...

Kohl's shares tank on dismal holiday sales results, lowered outlook Kohl's said same-store sales during November and December fell 0.2% due to weakness in its core women's apparel business, leading it to target the lo...

Women edged out men in the workforce for the first time in almost a decade. Here's why Women had 50.04% of non-farm jobs at the end of 2019, 109,000 more than than men, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.   ...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Ousted Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg to receive $60m in stock and pension Muilenburg left after two 737 Max aircraft crashed, killing 346Boeing says ex-CEO will forfeit stock worth $14.6mBoeing’s chief executive, Dennis Mui...

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Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Computers Are Learning to See in Higher Dimensions New artificial intelligence techniques can spot patterns not only in 2D images but on spheres and other curved surfaces, lifting AI out of “flatland....

Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

New Law Expands Uses for 529 College Savings Accounts Under the Secure Act, approved in December, up to $10,000 can be used to repay student loans. The law also allows 529 funds to be used for apprentice...

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Premium cigar makers could catch a break from the FDA as White House applies pressure Handrolled cigar-makers and importers are facing a May deadline that requires all new tobacco products to obtain regulatory clearance from the FDA. B...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Class of 2019: Credit Suisse ‘Business as usual’ has been tough for the Swiss bank to achieve over the last 12 months. Management faces a challenge to show the bank will not just...

Aramco Adds to Record IPO Saudi Aramco said it netted an additional $3.8 billion from its record initial public offering as it sold more shares to meet investor demand, boosti...

Dividend stocks look attractive with a volatile year that nets measly returns expected ahead Top financial institutions including Bank of America started advising clients to shift to dividend-paying stocks and strategies to hedge against risi...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

What to expect for stocks in 2020: After a hot 2019, market backdrop still looks favorable It's hard to envision 2020 turning out as nicely for stock-market investors as 2019 was, but several favorable factors remain in place.   &...

Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

UN committed to helping Haiti build better future, says Guterres, marking 10-year anniversary of devastating earthquake On 12 January 2010, a 7.0 magnitude quake struck Haiti, devastating its capital, Port-au-Prince. About 220,000 people were reportedly killed, among t...

Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

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Death toll from New Zealand volcano rises to 20 after police suspend search for remaining two bodies New Zealand Defense Forces New Zealand police on January 13 confirmed that another person has died from injuries sustained after one of New Zealand's...

The Yield Curve-Growth Nexus We demonstrate the strong relationship between the shape of the yield curve and economic growth prospects, not just in the US but all around the worl...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through. With the long-running trade wa...

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Kohl's shares tank on dismal holiday sales results, lowered outlook Kohl's said same-store sales during November and December fell 0.2% due to weakness in its core women's apparel business, leading it to target the lo...

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Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Oprah Winfrey Pulls Out of Documentary on the Music Mogul Russell Simmons She attributed her move to creative differences. ‘In my opinion,’ she said, ‘there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope’ ...

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Class of 2019: Credit Suisse ‘Business as usual’ has been tough for the Swiss bank to achieve over the last 12 months. Management faces a challenge to show the bank will not just...

Bills in several states aim to help those in the gig economy. Some are worried they'll lose work instead States are moving to reshape their labor laws so that more independent contractors are turned into employees. Why freelancer workers are fighting it....

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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

I got banned from a casino for using a friend’s rewards card Dear John: I have been a faithful reader of The New York Post for several years. I hope that you can help me with a problem that I have where I stron...

Oprah Winfrey Pulls Out of Documentary on the Music Mogul Russell Simmons She attributed her move to creative differences. ‘In my opinion,’ she said, ‘there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope’ ...

Private payroll growth surges in December to end 2019 strong, ADP says Companies added 202,000 positions in another sign of a healthy labor market, according to a report Wednesday from ADP and Moody's Analytics. The tota...

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Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

2 MORE Signs of an Epic Financial Complacency As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of...

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2 MORE Signs of an Epic Financial Complacency As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of...

Kohl's shares tank on dismal holiday sales results, lowered outlook Kohl's said same-store sales during November and December fell 0.2% due to weakness in its core women's apparel business, leading it to target the lo...

Women edged out men in the workforce for the first time in almost a decade. Here's why Women had 50.04% of non-farm jobs at the end of 2019, 109,000 more than than men, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.   ...

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Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Computers Are Learning to See in Higher Dimensions New artificial intelligence techniques can spot patterns not only in 2D images but on spheres and other curved surfaces, lifting AI out of “flatland....

Does the U.S. / Iran Conflict Spell Trouble for Stocks? Financial journalists linked the U.S. airstrike in Iraq which killed an Iranian general with the DJIA’s triple-digit decline on Jan. 3. But, was the ...

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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

Class of 2019: Credit Suisse ‘Business as usual’ has been tough for the Swiss bank to achieve over the last 12 months. Management faces a challenge to show the bank will not just...

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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

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The Yield Curve-Growth Nexus We demonstrate the strong relationship between the shape of the yield curve and economic growth prospects, not just in the US but all around the worl...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

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WRAPUP 12-'Disastrous mistake': Iran acknowledges shooting down Ukrainian airliner Iran said on Saturday its military had shot down a Ukrainian plane killing all 176 aboard in a "disastrous mistake", saying air defences were fired i...

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U.S., China agree to semi-annual talks aimed at reforms, resolving disputes The United States and China have agreed to restart semi-annual talks aimed at resolving economic disputes between the two countries, a process abando...

Apple just slashed the estimated trade-in values of iPhones, Macs, and more If you’ve got an older iPhone you’ve been planning to trade in soon for credit toward your next Apple purchase or maybe for an Apple Stor...

Oprah Winfrey Pulls Out of Documentary on the Music Mogul Russell Simmons She attributed her move to creative differences. ‘In my opinion,’ she said, ‘there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope’ ...

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Class of 2019: Credit Suisse ‘Business as usual’ has been tough for the Swiss bank to achieve over the last 12 months. Management faces a challenge to show the bank will not just...

Bills in several states aim to help those in the gig economy. Some are worried they'll lose work instead States are moving to reshape their labor laws so that more independent contractors are turned into employees. Why freelancer workers are fighting it....

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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

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Harold Burson, a Giant in Public Relations, Dies at 98 His skills were called upon in a Tylenol-tampering case and a devastating gas leak in India. In 1999, he was named the century’s most influential P.R...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

Class of 2019: Credit Suisse ‘Business as usual’ has been tough for the Swiss bank to achieve over the last 12 months. Management faces a challenge to show the bank will not just...

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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

"Can I use Elliott waves in a market like…"? We often get asked if you can apply Elliott waves to markets other than the DJIA, or the FTSE. The answer is a decided "Yes!" Watch our Global Market...

Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages Local banks believe that reinventing wealth management will supply them with domestic growth in a dismal macro environment. But the challenge is that...

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Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

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Trump’s Move Against Landmark Environmental Law Caps a Relentless Agenda The White House, hoping to speed infrastructure projects like pipelines, will formally introduce changes to a half century-old landmark environmental...

Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate Israel has taken orders of $20 billion for its first Eurobond of the year, despite the deadly strike on an Iranian general that threatened to push si...

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The iPhone 11 is helping Apple do something it hasn’t done in a long time For several quarters, Apple has suffered through a slump in iPhone sales in one of its most important markets — the biggest consumer electronic...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

Boeing Supplier to Lay Off 2,800 Spirit AeroSystems, Boeing’s biggest 737 MAX supplier, plans to lay off 2,800 workers this month, as the effects of the plane’s grounding ripple acro...

Harold Burson, a Giant in Public Relations, Dies at 98 His skills were called upon in a Tylenol-tampering case and a devastating gas leak in India. In 1999, he was named the century’s most influential P.R...

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"Can I use Elliott waves in a market like…"? We often get asked if you can apply Elliott waves to markets other than the DJIA, or the FTSE. The answer is a decided "Yes!" Watch our Global Market...

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Boeing Employees Mocked F.A.A. and ‘Clowns’ Who Designed 737 Max The company expressed regret at the embarrassing communications it sent to investigators on Thursday, which included a comment that “this airplane is...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Your Money: Ditch the Resolution - Do a year-end review instead It is hardly a secret that people rarely stick to New Year's resolutions - only about 8% of people actually make it to the finish line with their goa...

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European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

US listeners surpass 1 trillion music streams in 2019 American listeners racked up more than 1 trillion music streams for the first time last year, fueled in part by breakout artists such as Lil Nas X an...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

"Can I use Elliott waves in a market like…"? We often get asked if you can apply Elliott waves to markets other than the DJIA, or the FTSE. The answer is a decided "Yes!" Watch our Global Market...

Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages Local banks believe that reinventing wealth management will supply them with domestic growth in a dismal macro environment. But the challenge is that...

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Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.") This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong ...

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Learning to stop worrying and start loving the debt bomb Even as the federal debt heads toward the highest level since World War II, Trump 2016 campaign adviser Arthur Laffer is less worried about the fisca...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

The iPhone 11 is helping Apple do something it hasn’t done in a long time For several quarters, Apple has suffered through a slump in iPhone sales in one of its most important markets — the biggest consumer electronic...

Facebook to Keep Targeted Political Ads but Will Give Users More Control In a break with other tech companies, Facebook said it wouldn’t limit how political ads are targeted to potential voters, but would instead give user...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Does the U.S. / Iran Conflict Spell Trouble for Stocks? Financial journalists linked the U.S. airstrike in Iraq which killed an Iranian general with the DJIA’s triple-digit decline on Jan. 3. But, was the ...

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Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages Local banks believe that reinventing wealth management will supply them with domestic growth in a dismal macro environment. But the challenge is that...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Facebook to Keep Targeted Political Ads but Will Give Users More Control In a break with other tech companies, Facebook said it wouldn’t limit how political ads are targeted to potential voters, but would instead give user...

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Venues face challenge to make FX acquisitions pay their way Leading exchanges have seen little return from their investment in electronic trading venues and face some tough decisions over how to increase reven...

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Class of 2019: Credit Suisse ‘Business as usual’ has been tough for the Swiss bank to achieve over the last 12 months. Management faces a challenge to show the bank will not just...

"Can I use Elliott waves in a market like…"? We often get asked if you can apply Elliott waves to markets other than the DJIA, or the FTSE. The answer is a decided "Yes!" Watch our Global Market...

Tips for Paying Off Your Holiday Credit Card Debt Experts suggest everything from following a three-month repayment plan to selling used clothes and toys or temporarily reducing your 401(k) contribut...

These are the key questions to ask before buying that annuity Coming up with income in retirement to replace a steady paycheck is hard. While annuities can help plug that gap, some consumers are left with buyer'...

Tehran crash: plane downed by Iranian missile, western officials believe Justin Trudeau vows to find answers over crash that killed 176 people, including 63 CanadiansThe Ukrainian passenger jet that crashed shortly after t...

Venues face challenge to make FX acquisitions pay their way Leading exchanges have seen little return from their investment in electronic trading venues and face some tough decisions over how to increase reven...

Biggest 'black swan' event for oil markets is disruption in the Strait of Hormuz, expert says The biggest black swan event in the oil market is a disruption to the most critical chokepoint in the Middle East, according to an analyst from S&P G...

Three Email Trends Retailers Should Keep in Mind for 2020 At Business Insider Intelligence, our mission is to bring you the most important insights, data and analysis from the digital world. So when we come ...

3 factors that could make or break Trump in 2020 The president’s big economic achievements were wrapped up in 2019. Now Trump needs momentum in the economy and markets to stretch out for more than 1...

Premium cigar makers could catch a break from the FDA as White House applies pressure Handrolled cigar-makers and importers are facing a May deadline that requires all new tobacco products to obtain regulatory clearance from the FDA. B...

Venues face challenge to make FX acquisitions pay their way Leading exchanges have seen little return from their investment in electronic trading venues and face some tough decisions over how to increase reven...

Tesla price target raised to $556 by Argus Research, highest on Wall Street Argus Research analyst Bill Selesky raised his 12-month price target on Tesla to $556 from $396 on Tuesday, making him the biggest bull on the compan...

The open banking movement is inspiring consumers to ask who owns their banking data An open banking movement is sweeping the fintech industry, inspiring consumers to ask who owns their banking data. One start-up, Plaid, is leading th...

Boeing Employees Mocked F.A.A. and ‘Clowns’ Who Designed 737 Max The company expressed regret at the embarrassing communications it sent to investigators on Thursday, which included a comment that “this airplane is...

Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott ...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Britain eyes piecemeal post-Brexit deal with EU Downing Street said Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered the message to Ursula von der Leyen in their first meeting in her capacity as European Com...

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Here's a breakdown of the new income tax changes New tax changes for 2020 give taxpayers the opportunity to save more for retirement and health-care expenses, take a bigger deduction on their indivi...

Fed Signaled Patience as Risks Calmed, but Low Inflation Remains a Concern The Federal Reserve cut interest rates three times in 2019. As an election year dawns, minutes from the December meeting show a renewed sense of pati...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Regulators Seek to Loosen U.S. Exchanges' Control Over Stock Data Regulators are taking steps to loosen the control that big U.S. exchanges exert over the flow of real-time stock prices to the public in an effort to...

Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages Local banks believe that reinventing wealth management will supply them with domestic growth in a dismal macro environment. But the challenge is that...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

The Euro Rally and a Key Fibonacci Ratio The Golden Ratio is highly useful in forecasting financial markets. For example, our U.S. Short Term Update editor let subscribers know what he expec...

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Facebook to Keep Targeted Political Ads but Will Give Users More Control In a break with other tech companies, Facebook said it wouldn’t limit how political ads are targeted to potential voters, but would instead give user...

Some advisors look beyond clients' assets when giving investment advice While certain investors might share some commonalities, they also bring a variety of circumstances and financial individuality to the table that some...

Does the U.S. / Iran Conflict Spell Trouble for Stocks? Financial journalists linked the U.S. airstrike in Iraq which killed an Iranian general with the DJIA’s triple-digit decline on Jan. 3. But, was the ...

CLO market: Corporate distress? Bring it on It is an almost unchallenged truth that the next crisis will be triggered by over-leveraged corporate borrowers crumbling under the weight of cheap d...

Kohl's shares tank on dismal holiday sales results, lowered outlook Kohl's said same-store sales during November and December fell 0.2% due to weakness in its core women's apparel business, leading it to lower the bar...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages Local banks believe that reinventing wealth management will supply them with domestic growth in a dismal macro environment. But the challenge is that...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Facebook to Keep Targeted Political Ads but Will Give Users More Control In a break with other tech companies, Facebook said it wouldn’t limit how political ads are targeted to potential voters, but would instead give user...

Wall Street at record high on trade optimism, Apple boost U.S. stocks hit record highs on Thursday as Middle East tensions eased, optimism about a U.S.-China trade deal firmed and several brokerages boosted ...

2 MORE Signs of an Epic Financial Complacency As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of...

Venues face challenge to make FX acquisitions pay their way Leading exchanges have seen little return from their investment in electronic trading venues and face some tough decisions over how to increase reven...

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Bed Bath & Beyond shares tank 19%, CEO Mark Tritton calls earnings results 'unsatisfactory' Bed Bath & Beyond shares plunged in midday trading Thursday on the back of weak earnings results that were "significantly impacted" by holiday sales....

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Your pay TV bill is going up yet again this month, because the industry is out of ideas Some things never change. The hatred of Mondays. The joy of Christmas. And how, with inexorable regularity, the cable industry — in the face of...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Your pay TV bill is going up yet again this month, because the industry is out of ideas Some things never change. The hatred of Mondays. The joy of Christmas. And how, with inexorable regularity, the cable industry — in the face of...

Britain eyes piecemeal post-Brexit deal with EU Downing Street said Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered the message to Ursula von der Leyen in their first meeting in her capacity as European Com...

FIRST PERSON: Cajun cuisine feeds expanding business The International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project called “...

Here's a breakdown of the new income tax changes New tax changes for 2020 give taxpayers the opportunity to save more for retirement and health-care expenses, take a bigger deduction on their indivi...

Fed Signaled Patience as Risks Calmed, but Low Inflation Remains a Concern The Federal Reserve cut interest rates three times in 2019. As an election year dawns, minutes from the December meeting show a renewed sense of pati...

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European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

Regulators Seek to Loosen U.S. Exchanges' Control Over Stock Data Regulators are taking steps to loosen the control that big U.S. exchanges exert over the flow of real-time stock prices to the public in an effort to...

Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages Local banks believe that reinventing wealth management will supply them with domestic growth in a dismal macro environment. But the challenge is that...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

The Euro Rally and a Key Fibonacci Ratio The Golden Ratio is highly useful in forecasting financial markets. For example, our U.S. Short Term Update editor let subscribers know what he expec...

Quibi Bets On a Future of Quick Clips and Tiny Screens Entertainment startup Quibi has already won over industry A-listers with its vision for short-form mobile streaming. But will it catch on with viewer...

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US trade deficit falls more than expected to hit lowest level since Trump took office The U.S. trade deficit fell more than expected in November ahead of negotiations with China that cooled the simmering tariff battle between the two s...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…" The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-openi...

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China ABS Awards 2019 The Chinese asset-backed securities market saw a boom in 2019, marked by relentless innovation and cutthroat competition. The winners of Asiamoney’s ...

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