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Stocks Bounce Back From Edge of Bear Market

Supported by Stocks Bounce Back From Edge of Bear Market [embedded content] By Emily Flitter Dec. 26, 2018 Throughout Wall Street’s December meltdown, analysts have been saying that markets were plunging despite plenty of evidence that the United States economy remains strong and corporate profit growth is healthy. That argument ...

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Selling Real Estate in Russia? Are You Crazy?

Supported by Selling Real Estate in Russia? Are You Crazy? Image A client viewing an apartment priced at $ 160,000 in a Moscow complex whose developer went bankrupt. Russians may hesitate to move for job opportunities because of the difficulties in buying and selling homes.CreditCreditJames Hill for The New York ...

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Trump Renews Attack on Fed as Mnuchin Tries to Calm Markets

Supported by Trump Renews Attack on Fed as Mnuchin Tries to Calm Markets Image Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spent the weekend trying to calm jittery markets but his statements and efforts seemed to do little but exacerbate concern on Wall Street.CreditCreditAl Drago for The New York Times By Alan Rappeport ...

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Stock Market Rout Has Trump Fixated on Fed Chair Powell

Supported by Stock Market Rout Has Trump Fixated on Fed Chair Powell Image As the stock market falls, President Trump has turned on his pick to run the Federal Reserve, Jerome H. Powell.CreditCreditSamuel Corum for The New York Times By Binyamin Appelbaum Dec. 23, 2018 WASHINGTON — President Trump has ...

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Where Government Is a Dirty Word, but Its Checks Pay the Bills

Image Harlan, Ky., the seat of a county with one of the nation’s highest rates of dependency on federal benefits. Once a Democratic bastion, the county now votes heavily Republican.CreditCreditLuke Sharrett for The New York Times Where Government Is a Dirty Word, but Its Checks Pay the Bills The residents ...

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Planned Parenthood Is Accused of Mistreating Pregnant Employees

Image Ta’Lisa Hairston with her son. She quit working for Planned Parenthood in White Plains, N.Y., she said, after managers ignored her health concerns while pregnant with him, then pressured her to shorten her maternity leave.CreditCreditCaitlin Ochs for The New York Times SectionsSkip to contentSkip to site index Planned Parenthood ...

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Global Trade Tensions Boil Over at Staid W.T.O. Forum

Supported by Global Trade Tensions Boil Over at Staid W.T.O. Forum Image Zhang Xiangchen, left, the Chinese ambassador to the World Trade Organization, and Dennis Shea, the deputy United States trade representative. Mr. Zhang referred to Spider-Man, and the United States, as he recalled the line, “With great power comes ...

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Stock Markets Are Wild, but Bond Markets Can Be Dangerous

Supported by Stock Markets Are Wild, but Bond Markets Can Be Dangerous [embedded content] The sell-off in stocks isn’t the only ominous economic sign emanating from financial markets. The bond markets, much more closely linked to the actual economy, are also flashing a warning. By Matt Phillips and Peter Eavis ...

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CBS Says Les Moonves Will Not Receive $120 Million Severance

Supported by CBS Says Les Moonves Will Not Receive $ 120 Million Severance Image CBS said it would fire Leslie Moonves for cause and, as a result, he will not receive his $ 120 million severance package.CreditCreditLucy Nicholson/Reuters By Edmund Lee and Rachel Abrams Dec. 17, 2018 The CBS Corporation, ...

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