Archive for April 27th, 2018

The U.S. stock market is preparing to end a positive—but volatile—month of April, and investors may be hoping that performance in May is even better.

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T-Mobile US Inc. and its German owners are advancing toward a long-awaited telecommunications union that would value merger partner Sprint Corp. at about $24 billion, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

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Are working Americans approaching their Social Security claiming decision all wrong?

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<p>Amazon's 20 percent hike in the cost of Prime membership should deliver more than $1 billion in extra revenue this year and cover any "rational" hike in United States Postal Service delivery fees, Wall Street analysts said Friday.</p>

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CNBC's Jim Cramer says Amazon's latest quarter is the best he's ever seen and a "new order."

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The best affordable places to live where home prices and rent are below the national median in the US.

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Rafi Letzter/Tech Insider Amazon Prime increased the price of an annual membership to $119. Amazon Prime has over 100 million members globally, according to Jeff Bezos. Paying for a membership allows you to shop online quickly…

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The world’s biggest oil companies are awash in cash, thanks to rising crude prices. But few, if any, are going on spending sprees, even as the prospect of a global oil shortage looms.

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<p>The U.S. economy slowed in the first quarter as consumer spending grew at its weakest pace in nearly five years, but the setback is likely temporary against the backdrop of a tightening labor market and large fiscal stimulus.</p>

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The world’s biggest oil companies are awash in cash, thanks to rising crude prices. But few, if any, are going on spending sprees, even as the prospect of a global oil shortage looms.

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The leading presidential candidate has vowed to reverse energy policies that have attracted foreign drillers and helped absorb a natural-gas glut.

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Ford is dropping cars for SUVs. But SUVs these days are more like cars anyway.

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Ford is dropping cars for SUVs. But SUVs these days are more like cars anyway.

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Some academics who have studied taxes and migration call the forecast "pure nonsense."

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