Archive for October 1st, 2019

Factory activity around the U.S. is at its weakest level in 10 years, weighed down by tariffs and the GM strike

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The availability of inexpensive debt on increasingly generous terms is supporting auto industry sales and profits. For consumers, it’s become a crutch to support their expectations.

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Investors enter this October with a longer-than-usual list of worries.

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<p>Progressive Democrats are advocating the most dramatic shift in tax policy in over a century as they look to redistribute wealth and chip away at the economic power of the super rich with new taxes that could fundamentally reshape the United States economy.</p>

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<p>Regulators are probing the online retail giant for potential violations of antitrust law and abusing marketplace power.</p>

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President Donald Trump again attacked the Federal Reserve on Tuesday after the weakest U.S. manufacturing reading in 10 years.

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Joyce Viets' dad was in the life insurance business, so she knew from an early age that you have to plan ahead.&nbsp;

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<p>Stocks dropped on Tuesday, the first trading day of the fourth quarter, as disappointing manufacturing data stoked worries over the U.S. economy.</p>

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<p>Stocks gave back initial gains on Tuesday, the first trading day of the fourth quarter, as disappointing manufacturing data stoked worries over the U.S. economy.</p>

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<p>Stocks rose on Tuesday as Wall Street kicked off the final quarter of 2019 with bank shares outperforming.</p>

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<p></p><p>Stocks rose on Tuesday as Wall Street kicked off the final quarter of 2019 with bank shares outperforming.</p>

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U.S. stock index futures were trading higher on Tuesday morning.

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WASHINGTON — Progressive Democrats are advocating the most dramatic shift in tax policy in over a century as they look to redistribute wealth and chip away at the economic power of the super rich with new taxes that could fundamentally reshape the United States economy. As they compete for the Democratic presidential nomination, Senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont have proposed wealth taxes that would shrink…

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If the United States slips into a recession, as many economists fear it will sometime next year, the problems plaguing retail could get far worse. Store closings could accelerate and layoffs in the sector — a major provider of American jobs — could spread.

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