Archive for February, 2020

Some of his own organizers are willing to make a deal. Is their position a preview of his general-election message?

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This couple spent a ‘small fortune’ on their troubled son, but they also own a home worth $1.4 million.

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If you are considering one of these common home improvement projects, be sure you'll enjoy it, because you probably can't recover the cost.

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Suze Orman says investors should stay the course and explains why she thinks investors worried about their retirement savings after a historic downturn for the Dow Jones Industrial Average should welcome such selloffs.

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Central banks may mount a coronavirus rescue. It may not be enough

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We live in an age of uncertainty, whether that's the threat of climate change or the loss of business and jobs. From California's devastating wildfires and Seattle's high rates of homelessness to the threat of flooding to cities like Houston, Texas (pictured), and the downfall of North Dakota's oil boomtowns, many of America's cities are facing monumental challenges that threaten their very existence.

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The virus has virtually crippled swaths of manufacturing in China, the second-largest economy in the world, and the country is a big buyer of products and services from other countries. U.S. technology companies such as Apple depend on Chinese supplies.

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<p>Stocks fell once again Friday, capping their worst week since the financial crisis as worries over the coronavirus and its impact on the economy continued to rattle investor sentiment.</p>

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The Google employee had been in the Zurich office days before displaying symptoms, the company told employees by email on Friday.

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<p>Stocks tumbled once again Friday, capping their worst week since the financial crisis as worries over the coronavirus and its impact on the economy continue to rattle investor sentiment.</p>

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<p>CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday that investors with long-term horizons to retirement should now put money to work in this week's steep stock market correction.</p>

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No one knows exactly how much damage the coronavirus will do to the global economy, but investors have to guess.

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<p>Stocks tumbled once again on Friday, adding to the market’s worst week since the financial crisis, as worries over the coronavirus and its impact on the economy continue to rattle investor sentiment.</p>

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<p>Stocks tumbled once again on Friday, adding to the market’s worst week since the financial crisis, as worries over the coronavirus and its impact on the economy continue to rattle investor sentiment.</p>

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<p>U.S. stock futures pointed to more losses early Friday after the major indexes suffered a tumble that sent them more than 10% below their record highs.</p>

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