Archive for November 6th, 2019

President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping may not be able to sign a partial trade deal until December, and two U.S. locations have been ruled out for their highly anticipated meeting, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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Corporate America is slowly starting to give cash back to investors with dividends and buybacks. Companies are also spending cash on mergers. But Apple and other blue chips still have a lot of cash on their balance sheets that they could putt to use.

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Some GM hourly workers question the effectiveness of the six-week strike after seeing the detailed product investment in Ford's proposed plan.

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Reddit’s Wall Street Bets group learned a valuable lesson in responsible investing this week and, after years of encouraging and celebrating extreme risk-taking, the crew has finally embraced a more conservative approach. Just kidding. YOLO!

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The IRS released the federal tax rates and income brackets for 2020. The seven tax rates remain unchanged, while the income limits have been adjusted for inflation.

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Chesapeake Energy helped pioneer America's shale natural gas revolution. Now, the company is warning that it may not survive the era of cheap gas it helped to usher in.

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<p>American workers were less efficient in the July-September quarter, pushing down productivity for the first time since late 2015.</p>

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5 signs you're ready to retire

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Kroger, which also owns Ralphs, Fry's, Harris Teeter, Fred Meyer, and more than a dozen other banners that sell food and home goods, announced Wednesday its new tagline is "Fresh for Everyone."

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Xerox is considering a takeover of PC and printer maker HP, an audacious move that would unite two fading stars of technology.

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Ray Dalio didn’t mince words in a post on LinkedIn about the paradox of free money in the global economy he titled “The World Has Gone Mad and the System Is Broken.”

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<p>Stock futures pointed to a tepid open on Wednesday as the record-setting rally took a pause.</p>

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Ray Dalio didn’t mince words in a post on LinkedIn about the paradox of free money in the global economy he titled “The World Has Gone Mad and the System Is Broken.”

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U.S. stock index futures were mixed Wednesday morning after the Dow Jones Industrial Average posted a fresh record close on Tuesday.

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Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will not get stock or bonuses in 2019 that provide most of his compensation, according to the new chairman of the company.

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