Archive for October 3rd, 2019

Consumers have so far been a bright spot in an otherwise flagging economy, and economists say this holiday season will be another test of their resilience.

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<p>HP estimates that the plan will result in annualized gross run rate savings of about $1 billion by the end of fiscal 2022, it said.</p>

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Oxford Professor Doyne Farmer is working with central banks to improve stress testing.

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If stocks drop after the September nonfarm payroll report is released, here are some stocks investors can play, says Jim Cramer.

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America's manufacturing industry is in contraction. Business spending is soft. And now the biggest chunk of the economy, the US service sector, is growing at its weakest pace in three years.

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<p>Trump, speaking at a campaign-style rally at a retirement community in Florida, offered very few details on his executive order and spent most of his speech attacking 2020 Democratic contenders’ health policies. He said as long as he’s president, “no one will lay a hand on your Medicare benefits.”</p>

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Re-defaults on already modified mortgages are a threat to homeowners, writes Keith Jurow.

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Although everyone I know loves shopping online, I refuse to purchase anything on Amazon because I hate waiting and paying for delivery.

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President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday he said would improve private Medicare plans for seniors, slamming Democrats for what he described as putting health-care "under threat" with "Medicare for All" proposals. Trump, speaking at a campaign-style rally at a retirement community in Florida, offered few details on his executive order and spent most of his speech attacking 2020 Democratic contenders' health policies. He said as…

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The last U.S. recession in 2008 was triggered by imbalances in the U.S. housing sector, but if there is another downturn in the near future, it may happen in spite of the market for residential real estate.

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Lagging or leading, macro or micro, global or domestic. For investors, all that matters to keep the bull market intact is whether this week’s torrent of data is flashing a recession ahead or just a few local shocks.

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MGM to pay between $735 million and $800 million for 2017 shooting that killed 58 and wounded hundreds more

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How retirees should react to the impeachment inquiry.

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<p>Stocks dropped on Thursday after the release of disappointing economic data added fuel to Wall Street’s fears over the global economy.</p>

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Early retirement may not be the dream you're envisioning.

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