Archive for May 29th, 2019

The biggest newspaper in China made a warning to the U.S. using an expression it only used twice in history, both of which involved full-on wars.

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Eddie Lampert, the former owner of Sears who bought the assets of the retailer out of bankruptcy court earlier this year, is threatening in a court filing not to make $43 million in pension payments due to thousands of its former employees.

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Major assets are reflecting deepening concerns about the durability of bull run for stocks which will mark its 10th year in about a month.

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The father of two never thought he'd become a multimillionaire when he bought a lottery scratch-off at a convenience store on his lunch break.

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Nothing is sacred to homeowners associations trying to keep the neighborhood neat, as buyers learned about disabled people, kids' lemonade stands, veterans and the American flag, fluffy bunnies, and pretty flowers. 

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Iran sanctions have spurred Europe and India to devise systems to trade with Tehran without using the U.S. currency. The alternative methods diminish the power of the U.S. to impose its policies around the globe.

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China’s grip on the global market for rare-earth metals gives it the ability to target American weaponry in its trade war with the U.S.

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<p>Stocks fell Wednesday as bond yields declined again, triggering concerns about the economic outlook. Increasing trade tensions in the China-U.S. trade fight also weighed on markets.</p>

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<p>Stocks fell sharply Wednesday as bond yields declined again, triggering concerns about the economic outlook. Increasing trade tensions in the China-U.S. trade fight also weighed on markets.</p>

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Efforts to slow global warming threaten to turn energy investments into “stranded assets.”

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Walking down a busy street in Rio de Janeiro one recent afternoon, we bumped into the Brazilian who is best known for losing $35 billion in a single year. After initially trying to deflect questions, he begrudgingly invited us along for a lunch that lasted two hours.

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For months, President Trump had been putting pressure on the chief executive of General Motors, Mary T. Barra, because she had decided to idle an Ohio factory and lay off 1,600 workers.

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The company appears to be hinting at a new meaning behind the "P"

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Your home may be many things. A place to raise your family. An opportunity to put down roots. But one thing it is not is a great investment, according to expert Jonathan Clements.

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Here are some of the biggest opportunities investors could take advantage of.

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