Archive for October 3rd, 2017

Here's how many Americans have to worry about getting hit by the estate tax.

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Jim Cramer explains why despite repeated all-time highs, Wall Street may not be done with the bull.

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<p>After a gunman killed more than 50 people in Las Vegas in the nation's latest mass shooting, stocks in the gun industry followed a familiar pattern. They rose.</p>

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Shoppers expect discounts year-round, which they can get from the sofa during commercial breaks

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<p>Southwest Airlines and Allegiant Air say they are offering free flights to family members of people who were killed or injured in the Las Vegas shooting.</p>

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Ford Motor Co. will cut $14 billion in costs and drop some car models from its lineup under Chief Executive Officer Jim Hackett, who will focus its future on sport utility vehicles, trucks, electrification and driverless technology.

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Amid the gridlock and uncertainty gripping Washington, one big item left over from the Obama era has been quietly resolving itself the role that mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will play in our economy.
Among the decisive steps Congress and the Bush Administration took while the markets and economy convulsed in 2008 was passage of legislation — the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA), which led to the government sponsored enterprises (GSEs) being placed in a conservatorship under the authority of the HERA-created Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). An infusion of…

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The salaries commanded by professional athletes make an inviting target. But their compensation is based on the same criteria as everyone else the economic value they generate. The salary scale in professional sports actually demonstrates that the marketplace works: What players are paid reflects their comparative skill and market power.
Professional athletes command a lot of money because a lot of people want to see them perform their job. Unlike most of us, they do not just make a product. They are the product. Their skill and drawing power determines how many fans pay to see their…

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<p>U.S. stocks traded higher on Tuesday, building on strong gains from their previous session.</p>

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Trump says the Republican tax plan will help working families

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Buffett also says Berkshire Hathaway is holding off on selling to see how the tax reform situation plays out in Washington.

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<p>U.S. stocks opened higher on Tuesday, building on strong gains from their previous session.</p>

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Makers of Marlboro, Camel to buy prime-time TV spots, newspaper ads with ‘corrective’ messages, as part of settlement in long-running legal case

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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open Tuesday, after Wall Street finished on a strong note in the previous session.

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On the surface, it seems to make sense to wait and get the largest possible monthly benefit.

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