Archive for June 2nd, 2017

Parents who are in retirement give their adult children $6,800 a year on average so they can live more comfortably

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General Motors is limping into the important summer selling season, getting passed by Ford as the market’s top seller in May and preparing to make job cuts.

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<p>Stocks rose to record levels Friday as Wall Street parsed a jobs report that came in well below expectations.</p>

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The biggest winners in President Donald Trump’s decision to walk away from the Paris climate accord are oil, coal and natural gas producers. And even they aren’t popping Champagne corks.

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The economy generated 138,000 jobs in May, marking the 80th consecutive month of job growth, though Friday’s number represented a downshift in the pace of job creation.

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Airto Zamorano’s real estate game plan was solid: do a serious deep cleaning of his home every single time he had a showing. “The idea is that we wanted to project a fresh, clean feel,” says Zamorano, who lives in Marlton, NJ. The tactic worked. Despite similar homes for sale in his neighborhood, within 24 hours the Zamoranos received a full-price offer.&nbsp;

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As oil prices sag despite OPEC’s renewed efforts to shore up world crude markets, Wall Street banks have more bad news for the producer group: the outlook for next year isn’t great either.

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<p>The U.S. labor market gave mixed signals in May, with a decline in the unemployment rate to a 16-year low contrasting with below-forecast hiring and wage growth, Labor Department figures showed Friday.</p>

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The Internal Revenue Service is getting better at finding secret stashes of overseas cash and tax evaders are receiving harsher penalties than ever, including prison.

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Sears: How the Amazon of the 20th century ended up an also-ran.

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<p>President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he will pull the US out of the Paris climate agreement.</p>

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The retail industry has lost more jobs than any other industry this year as struggling stores cut costs in order to stay in business.

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Shanghai Tower reflects wider woes in China's commercial property market as it has struggled to attract tenants.

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President Donald Trump's decision on Thursday to abrogate a worldwide agreement to curb carbon emissions was met with disapproval from big businesses.

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A few days after defeating Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election, Emmanuel Macron addressed a group of more than 400 ardent supporters at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris.

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