Archive for November 1st, 2018

According to the 2018 Global Wealth Report from Credit Suisse Research, this is the net worth you need to be among the 1 percent around the world.

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These cities are offering free land and cash to residents.

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Jim Cramer explains why two key pieces of news on Thursday enabled the stock market to continue its recovery rally.

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Starbucks is planning to open 2,100 new stores globally next year.

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Rates for home loans slipped alongside bond yields in the face of a broad stock sell-off, even as bigger questions about the health of the housing market preoccupied many analysts.

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October's nonfarm payrolls report Friday could bring some good news for the jobs market, which might be bad news for the stock market.

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Apple gives cautious sales forecast amid weakness in emerging markets

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Good news: You can save even more toward retirement next year. Here are the contribution limits for retirement plans in 2019.

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<p>A rough combination of higher costs and lower demand is putting a chill on the once-red-hot house flipping market. Following the epic housing crash, flippers poured in, buying up distressed properties at bargain prices, fixing them up and flipping them either to residents or to other investors.</p>

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Sears to license out manufacturing of some Kenmore, DieHard products

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Retailers, wireless carriers and others crunch data to determine lifetime values. The score can determine the prices you pay, the products and ads you see and the perks you receive. ‘Not all customers deserve a company’s best efforts.’

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It's the first time in a decade the securities industry — a big donor to both parties — has outright favored Dems

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<p>The activist investor Carl Icahn sued Dell Technologies on Thursday, alleging that the computer maker did not disclose financial information related to its plans to go public by buying back its tracking stock.</p>

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The Virgin mogul has created around 300 separate ventures.

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<p>Stocks traded higher on Thursday to start off November as Wall Street continued to pare steep losses from last month, led by stronger-than-expected earnings from DowDuPont.</p>

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