Archive for May 30th, 2019

They're adorable. But can you live in one?

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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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Odds are, when it comes to money, there are some things you'd really rather have done differently. (Maybe you still can.)

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Here are seven boneheaded money moves nearly everyone makes — and how you can avoid them.

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The second reading on first-quarter gross domestic product was expected to ease to 3.0% from the 3.2% preliminary reading.

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Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, after a senior Chinese diplomat ramped up the rhetoric against the U.S. amid a bitter trade war.

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While Payless said all of its U.S stores would be shuttered by the end of May, 665 stores are sticking around a little longer. Here's that list.

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A strong economy and a genetic focus on marbled meat is paying off for steakhouses and ranchers.

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<p>Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said he would trust his own family in a 737 Max jet after testing new software in the wake of two deadly crashes. In October of 2018, Lion Air Flight 610 crashed, killing 189 people on board. Then in March of this year, Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed, killing 157 people.</p>

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Even though President Donald Trump held fire earlier this month on auto tariffs that have the potential to further roil Europe’s struggling economy, a litany of domestic dilemmas on both sides of the Atlantic threaten to frustrate efforts at a trade pact before they’ve even begun.

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