Archive for June 10th, 2019

<p>Across the country’s flood-battered midsection, the farms, towns and homes consumed by the bloated waters have drawn much of the attention. But flooding has had another, less intuitive effect — crippling the nation’s essential river commerce. Water, the very thing that makes barge shipping possible in normal times, has been present in such alarming overabundance this spring that it has rendered river transportation impossible in much of the United States.</p>

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Hold up on buying gasoline for a week, and the price could drop by an average 16 cents a gallon nationwide. If you fill up a Ford Expedition, that’s a nifty $5.36 in savings.

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Shares of Beyond Meat continued to move higher Monday morning as the stock continues to exceed expectations following one of the most successful public debuts so far this year.

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Last week, tariffs on Mexico increased the chances the Fed would cut rates. Investors obviously like that. So, stocks rallied. This week, Trump backs off those tariffs. Investors apparently like that, too. Stocks again are rallying. What’s going on?

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You can save more, and retire sooner, with a good-quality plan.

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We can’t tell the difference between needs and wants and are unable to delay gratification.

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Oil bulls thought 2020 would be their year.

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Trump's remarks during an exclusive interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box" came after the president sent a series of tweets touting the deal reached with Mexico that prevented the U.S. from imposing tariffs of 5% on all Mexican goods.

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We can’t tell the difference between needs and wants and are unable to delay gratification.

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As companies aim to increase production, the demand for large-scale industrial robots is accelerating around the world.&nbsp;

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<p>Stocks rose on Monday, extending last week’s big gains, after the U.S. reached an agreement with Mexico on tariffs, easing some of the trade concerns which have weighed on the market since early May.</p>

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The email from Moscow was tantalizing: the deal with the Kremlin, the banker wrote, could be “the trade of our lives.’’

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Policies that once drove the region’s growth—relatively low taxes and low wages that attracted factories and blue-collar jobs—have proven inadequate in an economy where the forces of globalization favor cities with concentrations of capital and educated workers.

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