Archive for August 27th, 2019

General Motors would be hurt if President Trump forced it to exit China, but it would survive.

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"The charts, as interpreted by the legendary Larry Williams, suggest that it's time to stop panicking, stop complaining and start buying," Jim Cramer says.

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<p>The striking workers, mainly technicians and customer service representatives in AT&amp;T's traditional wired phone and Internet business, are seeking better health care benefits and stronger job security, among other requests, after their prior four-year contract expired earlier this month.</p>

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SunTrust analysts say investors became concerned when McDonald’s offered a buy-one-get-one deal, but there was no cause for concern after deeper examination.

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"A debit card is certainly and truly the worst financial tool ever given to the American consumer," says fraud expert Frank Abagnale.

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The Amazon fires could fuel the decades-long fight that indigenous people have waged for their land.

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The lawsuits allege the company and the Sackler family are responsible for starting and sustaining the opioid crisis.

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Lawmakers and 2020 candidates offer a range of options focused on capturing some of the trillions of dollars in assets belonging to the nation’s richest. Among the ideas: Tax it all at death, tax asset appreciation or claim a sliver every year.

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Crowds force Costco to shut maiden China store early on opening day

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Perhaps nobody was more surprised to hear that China had called President Donald Trump’s administration to restart trade talks than the government in Beijing itself.

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The new charges come at an inopportune time for the union and Big Three Detroit automakers, which are negotiating new contracts for 158,000 UAW workers.

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25 cities where six figures = broke

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Even the world's greatest buy-and-hold investor can make mistakes.

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WASHINGTON — Peppered with complaints from farmers fed up with President Trump’s trade war, Sonny Perdue found his patience wearing thin. Mr. Perdue, the agriculture secretary and the guest of honor at the annual Farmfest gathering in southern Minnesota this month, tried to break the ice with a joke. “What do you call two farmers in a basement?” Mr. Perdue asked near the end of a testy hourlong town-hall-style event. “A whine cellar.” A cascade…

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