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Bill O'Reilly dismissed NYT report as 'lies and smears'48m Bill O'Reilly dismissed NYT report as 'lies and smears'
USA Today
The New York Times backed its story: 'This article... is accurate and deeply reported and we welcome any challenge to the facts.'
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1h 1m All 5 ex-presidents stand on stage, calling for unity at hurricane relief concert
Market Watch
The five living former presidents of the United States put politics aside this weekend, teaming up in a rare joint appearance for a benefit concert in Texas where they helped raise over $30 million for hurricane victims.
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1h 4m Updated The Ratings Game: Skechers stock rockets 42% to mark its biggest one-day gain since 1999 IPO
Market Watch
Shares of athletic shoe maker Skechers Inc. zoomed more than 37% Friday, after the company blew past earnings estimates for the third quarter, prompting a round of stock price target increases from analysts and at least one upgrade.
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1h 7m Updated Earnings Outlook: McDonald’s earnings: $1 drinks, premium sandwiches and digital will drive growth
Market Watch
McDonald’s Corp. is expected to announce third-quarter earnings on Oct. 24 before the opening bell.
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1h 7m Updated Earnings Outlook: Amazon earnings: Analysts await news of the Whole Foods impact
Market Watch
Analysts are looking for information about the impact that Whole Foods will have on Amazon’s third-quarter and beyond.
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1h 8m Updated Earnings Outlook: Tech earnings: The new gadgets that will matter this holiday season
Market Watch
Gadget companies and Silicon Valley tech titans alike have unveiled a swath of new toys leading up to the holiday shopping season and as earnings approach, investors can learn a great deal about what’s been successful—if they know what to look for.
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1h 9m Updated Earnings Outlook: Data centers, new iPhones expected to drive chip companies to strong earnings
Market Watch
High-profile smartphone releases and the growth of data centers are expected to drive another strong earnings quarter for chip makers and related companies, which would put a cap on a strong year for semiconductor stocks.
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1h 9m Updated Earnings Outlook: AMD earnings: New products and crypto-related sales are key to quarter
Market Watch
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. investors will be looking for how the chipmaker’s new product rollouts are faring are for more indications of how demand for cryptocurrency mining cards are driving sales.
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1h 11m Updated Retailers should get ready for another stressful year in 2018
Market Watch
The stress in the retail sector that has triggered a string of bankruptcies this year is unlikely to get much better in 2018, according to Fitch Ratings.
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1h 11m Updated Hollywood’s box office failures go beyond Rotten Tomatoes ratings
Market Watch
Studios blamed critics and Rotten Tomatoes for box office bombs this summer, but critically-adored films that are struggling show it’s more complicated than that.
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Report: Tesla reaches deal to build factory in China1h 11m Updated Report: Tesla reaches deal to build factory in China
USA Today
The move would allow the electric car maker to slash production costs.
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Fidelity employees dismissed after sexual harassment claims: report1h 14m Fidelity employees dismissed after sexual harassment claims: report
USA Today
Star tech fund manager fired, second employee pushed to resign following allegations.
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1h 44m Sexual harassment allegations spark review, meeting at Fidelity: WSJ
Reuters
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fidelity Investments has hired a consulting firm to review employee behavior amid allegations of sexual harassment at the U.S. money manager stretching back years, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
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1h 46m NewsWatch: What could derail the stock-market rally? Here’s one thing to watch
Market Watch
The U.S. stock market keeps chugging to new highs. What could halt its progress?
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1h 56m Tesla reaffirms effort to build cars in China; mum on deal report
Reuters
(Reuters) - Electric car maker Tesla Inc reaffirmed on Sunday it is talking with the Shanghai municipal government to set up a factory in the region and expects to agree on a plan by the end of the year, but declined to comment on a report that a deal has been reached.
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2h Updated What Will the Next Fed Chief Do About Stocks?
The Wall Street Journal
With the Federal Reserve likely to be under new leadership next year, investors are asking how the central bank will approach the economy. They should also be asking how the Fed will deal with asset prices.
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2h Market Snapshot: What could derail the stock-market rally? Here’s one thing to watch
Market Watch
The U.S. stock market keeps chugging to new highs. What could halt its progress?
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2h The Wall Street Journal: Tesla reaches deal to set up a factory in China
Market Watch
Electric-car maker Tesla Inc. has reached an agreement to set up its own manufacturing facility in Shanghai, according to people briefed on the plan, a move that could help it gain traction in China’s fast-growing EV market.
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2h Updated Tesla moves closer to deal to build cars in China
Reuters
(Reuters) - Electric car maker Tesla Inc said on Sunday it is talking with the Shanghai municipal government to set up a factory in the region and expects to agree on a plan by the end of the year.
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2h Updated Market Extra: Retail investors see this as the ‘best time ever’ to jump into stocks. Time to worry?
Market Watch
The “most hated bull market in history” is starting to get some love, which isn’t necessarily something to cheer.
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Why Flash and Microsoft Silverlight frustrations just won't go away2h Why Flash and Microsoft Silverlight frustrations just won't go away
USA Today
Adobe and Microsoft have both sunset the technologies. But websites still use them.
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3h The Wall Street Journal: Japan’s Abe set for landslide win in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, polls show
Market Watch
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was on course for a strong new mandate from voters in a national election Sunday, exit polls showed, a result he indicated would embolden him to push for the first changes to the nation’s constitution since it was introduced in 1947.
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3h Updated Economic Preview: Here’s the kind of spending that leads to bigger paychecks and a roaring economy
Market Watch
Only one thing is going to help workers earn bigger paychecks, help them do their jobs better and get the U.S. economy roaring like a lion again.
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3h Updated 1 in 5 white women have a tanning salon addiction
Market Watch
The practice increases the risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
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3h Updated A surprisingly easy way to keep people from a gambling addiction
Market Watch
New players can avoid gambling addiction with some learned tricks.
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3h Updated Deep Dive: These stocks have popped more than 75% since Trump was elected
Market Watch
The president boasted Monday that U.S. stocks have risen 25% on his watch. By Phil van Doorn.
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3h The Wall Street Journal: The Houston Astros are going to the World Series after shutting out Yankees
Market Watch
The Astros will play the Dodgers when the series begins on Tuesday after dispensing with the New York Yankees, 4-0, in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series.
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Beer Man: Roasted Rye hits tasty mix of citrus, caramel3h Beer Man: Roasted Rye hits tasty mix of citrus, caramel
USA Today
The 7% ABV IPA from Reuben's Brews uses more caramel than chocolate malts to good effect.
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4h Looking for growth, the NFL keeps its eyes fixed overseas
CNBC
While the NFL deals weaker performance in the U.S., ratings in the UK have soared over 60 percent in the past year.
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4h Updated Market Extra: 3 things investors need to know about Japan’s snap election this Sunday
Market Watch
Japan is going to the polls to vote in a snap election this weekend. Though the result will likely give more power to the incumbent Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, there is a tail risk that could derail the yen.
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4h Market Snapshot: What could derail the stock-market rally? Watch profit margins
Market Watch
The U.S. stock market keeps chugging to new highs. What could halt its progress?
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4h Updated The Wall Street Journal: There’s talk of capping 401(k) contributions at $2,400 per year
Market Watch
Lobbyists and others in the retirement and financial services industries who have spoken to congressional staff and committee members say lawmakers are looking at proposals that would allow 401(k) participants to contribute significantly less than what is currently allowed in a traditional tax-deferred 401(k). An often mentioned amount is $2,400 a year.
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4h Updated Why millennials are ditching religion for witchcraft and astrology
Market Watch
In tumultuous political times, the 18-30 demographic is reaching for the stars.
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4h Updated NewsWatch: Earn passive income: 4 people share their successful strategies
Market Watch
Say hello to passive income—a low-effort cash flow that’s steady, predictable and relatively easy to maintain.
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4h Airbus turmoil overshadows bid to rescue CSeries
Reuters
PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus's coup in buying a $6 billion Canadian jetliner project for a dollar stunned investors and took the spotlight off a growing ethics row last week, but internal disarray has raised questions over how smoothly it can implement the deal.
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How to be a leader: Be like Albert Einstein and embrace your ignorance6h How to be a leader: Be like Albert Einstein and embrace your ignorance
USA Today
As we age we tend to learn less. Studies show that people think they are smarter than they think they are.
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Stocks: Why it's wrong to worry about 'expensive' stocks6h Stocks: Why it's wrong to worry about 'expensive' stocks
USA Today
Conventional wisdom sees “expensive” stocks as bearish. But beware of conventional wisdom. It rarely works.
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5 Halloween hazards and how insurance can help6h 5 Halloween hazards and how insurance can help
USA Today
When ghosts and goblins run amok, only people with the right insurance will be in luck.
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7h Updated Henkel may make U.S. acquisitions: CEO in newspaper
Reuters
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German consumer goods group Henkel may further expand its business in the United States via acquisitions, Chief Executive Hans van Bylen told Welt am Sonntag in an interview.
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Consumer Reports rejects Tesla's criticism of its ratings7h Consumer Reports rejects Tesla's criticism of its ratings
USA Today
Tesla had criticized the magazine over findings of its annual reliability survey
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Study: Auto dealers jack up car prices with add-ons8h Study: Auto dealers jack up car prices with add-ons
USA Today
Because add-on prices are inconsistent, it appears they discriminate against Latinos
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8h Toyota to halt operations at all Japan plants as typhoon precaution
Reuters
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp will suspend operations at all of its assembly plants in Japan, including those of its subsidiaries, from Monday morning as a precautionary measure as a powerful typhoon approaches Japan's mainland, a spokesman said.
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18h The New York Post: Inside the long-secret JFK files — what new details are coming?
Market Watch
Secret government documents to be released this week likely contain new details about what the CIA knew about Lee Harvey Oswald before he murdered President John F. Kennedy, assassination experts say.
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18h Spain moves to sack Catalonia’s government, take control of the region
Market Watch
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will ask Spain’s Senate to give him the power to remove Catalan leaders, who have been agitating for independence for the wealthy region, and to take control of regional ministries until early elections are held.
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18h 5 things to know about the billionaire ‘Czech Donald Trump’ who just won a general election
Market Watch
Andrej Babis is the second-richest man in his country after amassing a $4 billion fortune — but he’s likely to struggle to become Czech leader as he’s facing charges of multimillion-dollar fraud.
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20h Updated The Moneyologist: Is my golfing buddy the cheapest guy in America? He asked me to Venmo him $1.50
Market Watch
This man insisted on receiving half of a $3 reservation fee after they played a game.
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20h The Moneyologist: My brother is addicted to opiates and wants to manage our mother’s estate
Market Watch
This concerned sister wants to find a way to protect her family’s assets.
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20h Updated How online dating affects divorce rates
Market Watch
OKCupid, Tinder and the rest could actually create a more harmonious society.
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20h Updated The scary thing Hollywood does when it runs out of reboots
Market Watch
‘Happy Death Day’ is a genre-bending movie marketed as ‘Groundhog Day’ meets ‘Scream.’
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20h Updated One major reason why sexual harassers can continue
Market Watch
Harvey Weinstein isn’t the only alleged sexual harasser accused of multiple offenses
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20h Updated Why I wear ‘dead men’s’ shoes (and you should too)
Market Watch
Second-hand footwear is an important reminder that we rent — even when we buy.
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21h Updated FAA releases warning about laptops in checked bags
Market Watch
Travelers may soon have to keep their devices on them.
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23h Updated The New York Post: Trump to allow release of long-secret files on JFK assassination
Market Watch
President Donald Trump said Saturday he will let the National Archives go ahead with the release of thousands of pages of secret government documents about the JFK assassination.
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24h Updated Deep Dive: Three money managers who lived through the 1987 stock-market crash warn of danger today
Market Watch
‘I would take some money off now because ... there are clear signs of deranged valuations,’ says Gabelli fund manager Lawrence Haverty.
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24h Updated Deep Dive: Netflix shows that it has no real competitors
Market Watch
When it comes to sales growth, Netflix buries other content creators and broadcasters. By Phil van Doorn.
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24h How ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ is cashing in on Broadway
Market Watch
Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan process continues to divide audiences.
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24h Dan Rather says Trump’s conduct over call to Gold Star widow is ‘unforgivable’
Market Watch
Veteran anchorman weighs in on President’s latest controversy while supporting Roger Stone doc
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24h Updated FA Center: The odd trick that helps investors avoid damaging habits: nagging
Market Watch
Investors significantly increased returns upon being reminded of the all-too-human tendency to behave irrationally.
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24h Updated Outside the Box: Americans are still terrible at investing, annual study once again shows
Market Watch
It’s not about fees or unscrupulous advisers — it’s that we lack the patience to hold investments for more than a few years. By Lance Roberts.
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24h Updated Grow: Earn passive income: 4 people share their successful strategies
Market Watch
Say hello to passive income—a low-effort cash flow that’s steady, predictable and relatively easy to maintain.
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25h Updated California judge tosses $417 million talc cancer verdict against Johnson & Johnson
Reuters
(Reuters) - A California judge on Friday threw out a $417 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in a lawsuit by a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using its talc-based products like Johnson's Baby Powder for feminine hygiene.
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25h Bannon savages George W. Bush in attack on ‘bigotry’ speech
Market Watch
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon casts doubt on Bush’s intelligence, calling his the most “destructive” presidency, after the 43rd President makes a veiled swipe at Trump.
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Hunting season is here: Arby's venison sandwiches available nationwide Saturday26h Hunting season is here: Arby's venison sandwiches available nationwide Saturday
USA Today
The fast-food chain known for having "the meats," is putting its money where its mouth is this year with the release of venison sandwiches nationwide, and elk sandwiches in select markets.
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26h AmEx stock beat the market and its peers during Ken Chenault’s reign
Market Watch
American Express’s stock has beaten the broader market and its peers by a wide margin during Ken Chenault’s reign as CEO.
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26h GE’s profit miss was a shock, and so was the stock’s bounce
Market Watch
General Electric’s stock retreated then recovered after the conglomerate’s earnings report shocked investors with the first profit miss in 2 1/2 years but soothed with an intact dividend for now.
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26h Updated Hollywood has never seen competition like Netflix
Market Watch
Netflix Inc. is planning to release 80 films in 2018, which by Hollywood standards seems inconceivable.
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26h Updated 3 reasons Express Scripts could be headed for trouble
Market Watch
Threatened by Amazon and having lost its biggest client, Express Scripts stock has dropped nearly 18% in three months.
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26h Updated Spain acts to sack Catalonia’s government, take control of the region
Market Watch
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will ask Spain’s Senate to give him the power to remove Catalan leaders, who have been agitating for independence for the wealthy region, and to take control of regional ministries until early elections are held.
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Judge tosses $417M award in claim baby powder caused cancer27h Updated Judge tosses $417M award in claim baby powder caused cancer
USA Today
Eva Echeverria, who used the powder for decades, alleged that the company failed to adequately warn about talcum powder’s potential cancer risks.
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27h Updated Project Syndicate: The people suffer when corporations monopolize knowledge
Market Watch
Maximizing profits for a few, rather than global development and welfare for the many, doesn’t make much sense, writes Joseph Stiglitz and his co-authors.
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27h Rex Nutting: Is Trump rocking the economy? Not really, it’s just average
Market Watch
Nine months into his presidency, Rex Nutting says it’s time to grade the economy and the markets against Trump’s bragging.
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28h What Amazon’s HQ2 means for homeowners, home buyers and renters in the chosen city
Market Watch
The Seattle-based company is on a nationwide hunt for a second headquarters.
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28h Updated How winning the race to be Amazon’s second headquarters could turn out to be a curse
Market Watch
The housing market—as it relates to Amazon’s economic reach, its probable boost to demand for diverse housing types and the tension between homeowners sitting on higher home values versus buyers and renters pushed entirely out of the market—must be a major consideration as metro areas march forward in their pursuit to become the e-commerce giant’s second home.
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28h Updated Amazon’s ‘HQ2’ dance-off included a Dear John letter, a huge tax sweetener and a whole lot more
Market Watch
Most of the municipalities meeting Jeff Bezos and company’s stated criteria for the home of a secondary headquarters, and some falling short, have expressed at least provisional interest in attracting the planned 50,000 jobs, their $100,000 typical salary and the $5 billion initial investment proffered. On Thursday, the proposals were due.
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28h Spanish leader plans to sack Catalonia’s leaders, hold early elections
Market Watch
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will ask Spain’s Senate to give him the power to remove Catalan leaders, who have been agitating for independence for Catalonia, and to hold new elections in the region.
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29h Updated Outside the Box: Why ‘nudging’ works: People need a push when it comes to retirement savings
Market Watch
Richard Thaler knew barriers include lack of access to retirement programs, short term thinking and inertia
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29h Updated Next Avenue: Sex lives collide when millennials move back home
Market Watch
In a multigenerational household, things can get awkward.
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29h Updated The Wall Street Journal: $1 million or $5,000 a month: which would you choose?
Market Watch
The answer will tell you whether you suffer an ‘illusion of poverty’ or an ‘illusion of wealth’
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30h In One Chart: This is why the Midwest will be the hottest retirement destination
Market Watch
A lower cost of living means your retirement dollars to go further
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30h Market Extra: Rebound for U.S. shale oil hasn’t peaked yet — why OPEC should be wary
Market Watch
The sharp rebound in U.S. shale oil production is showing no signs of tapering off and will likely keep a lid on oil prices in coming years even as OPEC continues to cut production, according to a number of industry experts.
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30h Updated Where did baby boomers go wrong? This generation isn’t financially prepared for retirement
Market Watch
65- to 74-year-olds only have an average of $300,000 in their defined contribution plans.
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30h Updated The Wall Street Journal: Don’t let the critics scare you away from passive investing
Market Watch
Passive indexing will not consume all investments, despite its recent growth. If anything, there is still too little of it.
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4 types of Medicare Advantage plans to consider during open enrollment30h 4 types of Medicare Advantage plans to consider during open enrollment
USA Today
Before you pick a Medicare Advantage plan, check to see if the plan type is best for you.
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30h Updated In One Chart: The No. 1 financial regret of Americans
Market Watch
Regrets? Americans have had more than a few when it comes to managing their money.
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Taking an early retirement may be financially risky30h Taking an early retirement may be financially risky
USA Today
You will need some luck to ensure financial success in early retirement.
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More foreign visitors say 'no thanks' to U.S. as a destination30h More foreign visitors say 'no thanks' to U.S. as a destination
USA Today
Overseas visits to the United States have experienced a sustained downturn.
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31h Updated : Article 155: Spain looks set to trigger its ‘nuclear option’ in the Catalonia crisis
Market Watch
Spain’s government is about to enter into no-man’s-land with its rebellious Catalan region. A cabinet meeting on Saturday could decide whether the central government takes over the region as punishment for refusing to back down over independence.
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33h China says will guide private capital into higher growth areas
Reuters
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will introduce measures aimed at guiding private investment into areas that have a higher growth potential, a senior official with the state planning agency said on Saturday.
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