Archive for July 18th, 2018

China this month recorded one of its biggest corporate-debt defaults yet, with the downfall of a coal miner that had ridden the country’s wave of credit until policy makers changed the game with their deleveraging campaign.

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China this month recorded one of its biggest corporate-debt defaults yet, with the downfall of a coal miner that had ridden the country’s wave of credit until policy makers changed the game with their deleveraging campaign.

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Jim Cramer warns investors of Boeing, Caterpillar and other China-reliant stocks that the trade war could still get worse.

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The United States government once invested mightily to build the modern world. Now it has abdicated that role to a foreign rival.

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As the U.S. exchanges blows with global trading partners in a widening series of conflicts, candidates across the country have had to adapt to a changing trade landscape.

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Amazon said online shoppers purchased more than 100 million products worldwide during its Prime Day sale, despite glitches on its mobile app and websites that prevented customers from placing orders.

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Lawmakers are seeking consensus on proposals that could amount to the biggest legislative changes to U.S. retirement savings in more than a decade.

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Surprise! It would actually make things much worse than they are now.

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Though it's no longer legal to ask this question in several cities and states, you're still likely to encounter it in some form.

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EU antitrust regulators hit Google with a record 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) fine on Wednesday for using its Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals.

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Lawmakers are seeking consensus on proposals that could amount to the biggest legislative changes to U.S. retirement savings in more than a decade.

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While there’s no shortage of doom and gloom coming from corporate America about President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, there is at least one U.S. industry cheering him on: textiles.

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A young marketing intern, with a predilection for — you guessed it — avocado toast and hot yoga, describes how she manages to afford to live in New York City on $25 an hour in wages and the occasional babysitting gig.

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I’m 64. My credit score is about 656. Because of different reasons over a long period of time — including unemployment and health issues — I accumulated credit card debt of about $50,000.

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Capping off a contentious contracting tussle with President Donald Trump, Boeing Co. received a $3.9 billion contract to continue development, modification and testing of two new aircraft to serve as Air Force One, according to two people familiar with the decision.

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