Archive for October 31st, 2018

Chinese President Xi Jinping has a long road ahead of him if his goal is to reduce his nation’s goods trade surplus by buying more from abroad.

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<p>Denny's investors are rallying behind the brand a day after the company said it will sell most of its remaining company-owned stores over the next 18 months as part of a cost-savings plan.</p>

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If your retirement plans include pulling up stakes and moving to a cheaper part of the country or even a cheaper part of the world, you’ll need to do some math beforehand. Spending your golden years in a new place can bring expenses you don’t expect. So it’s best to avoid gray areas and add it up in black and white.

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There are five types of stock-market bounces out there, according to Charlie Bilello of Pension Partners. If you can tell the good ones from the bad, you’re probably too busy counting profits to read this story. But if you can’t, this guide might help.

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<p>Stocks rose sharply Wednesday for a second straight day as strong earnings from General Motors and Facebook lifted sentiment. But the major averages posted big October losses.</p><p></p>

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Oil capped its worst month in more than two years as concerns mount that the global economy will slow down.

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President Donald Trump’s debt sales will surpass levels last seen when the U.S. was digging out of its worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. The difference is, this time the economy is booming.

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You might need less than you think

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Learn the secrets to investing from money masters.

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How the U.S. midterm elections could ripple through markets

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The most competitive districts in the race for control of the House are disproportionately prosperous — and their economies aren’t doing much to lift Republicans.

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Your favorite warehouse store is packed with good deals, but these products are not among them — because they are not really bargains or because you shouldn't buy them in bulk.

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<p>Stocks rose sharply on Wednesday, the last trading day of the month, as strong earnings from General Motors and Facebook lifted sentiment. But the major averages were still on pace for sharp October losses.</p>

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<p>Stocks rose sharply on Wednesday, the last trading day of the month, as strong earnings from General Motors and Facebook lifted sentiment. But the major averages were still on pace for sharp October losses.</p>

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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Wednesday, with the Dow set for triple-digit gains as investors await the release of a fresh batch of corporate results.

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