Archive for March 22nd, 2019

<p>Stock investors aren’t supposed to be superstitious, but some market boogeymen are known to predict recessions with impressive accuracy. One of them returned this week for the first time since 2007: the inverted yield curve.</p>

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<p>Stock investors aren’t supposed to be superstitious, but some market boogeymen are known to predict recessions with impressive accuracy. One of them returned this week for the first time since 2007: the inverted yield curve.</p>

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Jim Cramer explains an inverted yield curve does not mean a recession is coming and reveals what companies he'll be paying attention to next week.

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A fervent advocate of tax cuts, Stephen Moore is close to Larry Kudlow, head of the White House National Economic Council. The two collaborated in shaping the tax overhaul that Trump signed into law at the end of 2017, leading to changes that largely favored tax cuts for corporations and wealthier individuals with the idea of spurring investment and faster growth.

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In a project that has tallied one of America’s biggest cost overruns, Honolulu officials rushed construction of an elevated railroad before finishing key steps such as a check of native burial grounds, racking up huge delays and ballooning expenses. A grand jury is investigating the stumbles

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In 2005, Paula Volent, the head of the Bowdoin College endowment, wanted to move some of the college’s money into a Sequoia Capital venture fund focused on China.&nbsp;

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Costco's Kirkland brand is worth nearly $75 billion, according to analysis from UBS.

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Younger people are panicking about the future, says a Hollywood producer who recently filmed a documentary on early retirement.

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<p>Stocks dropped Friday as jitters over the global economy were sparked by dreadful manufacturing data out of Europe and the Federal Reserve's cautious outlook on the U.S. economy.</p>

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Baby boomers and retirees built large, elaborate dream homes across the Sunbelt—only to find that few people want to buy them.

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When Levi Strauss died childless in 1902, the bulk of his $6 million estate, worth $175 million in today’s dollars, passed to his four nephews and other relatives.

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<p>Stocks pulled back on Friday as jitters over global economic growth were sparked by dreadful manufacturing data out of Europe and the Federal Reserve's cautious outlook on the U.S. economy.</p>

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's assertion this week that the U.S. economy remains strong is facing a stern test from the bond market.

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Baby boomers and retirees built large, elaborate dream homes across the Sunbelt—only to find that few people want to buy them.

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When Levi Strauss died childless in 1902, the bulk of his $6 million estate, worth $175 million in today’s dollars, passed to his four nephews and other relatives.

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