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New Highs for Transport Stocks Suggest Dow Rebound in Sight

New Highs for Transport Stocks Suggest Dow Rebound in Sight

Shares of truckers, logistics operators and shipping companies are hitting fresh highs, a sign for investors that the Dow Jones Industrial Average could soon follow suit.

Published 1 month ago

What to Watch for When the Economy Turns

What to Watch for When the Economy Turns

In a challenging environment for figuring out what the economy will do next, it is important to know what to watch.

Published 1 month ago

Putin Says Accused Skripal Attackers Are Civilians

Putin Says Accused Skripal Attackers Are Civilians

Vladimir Putin said the two Russians accused by the U.K. of poisoning a former spy were civilians and indicated they would tell their version of events that led to the largest-ever collective expulsion of Russian diplomats from the West.

Published 1 month ago

Juncker vows to turn euro into reserve currency to rival US dollar

Juncker vows to turn euro into reserve currency to rival US dollar

Move is part of drive to project EU’s collective power on international stage

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Apple’s 2018 iPhone Event: What You Need to Know

Apple’s 2018 iPhone Event: What You Need to Know

Apple Inc. will unveil the new iPhones, Apple Watch and AirPods that will be critical to its efforts to build on this fiscal year’s record revenue, at its annual product showcase Wednesday.

Published 1 month ago

‘Crypto Tourists’ Flee as Bitcoin Slump Drags On

‘Crypto Tourists’ Flee as Bitcoin Slump Drags On

The value of cryptocurrencies has tumbled 76% after exceeding $800 billion earlier this year as the largest digital currency, bitcoin, fails to shake off its months-long decline.

Published 1 month ago

Nearly 600 Russia-Linked Accounts Tweeted About the Health Law

Nearly 600 Russia-Linked Accounts Tweeted About the Health Law

Nearly 600 Russia-linked Twitter accounts tweeted about the Affordable Care Act and U.S. health policy from 2014 through this past May, new data show. Most of the nearly 10,000 tweets seem intended to pit one side against the other.

Published 1 month ago

New Highs for Transport Stocks Suggest Dow Rebound in Sight

New Highs for Transport Stocks Suggest Dow Rebound in Sight

Shares of truckers, logistics operators and shipping companies are hitting fresh highs, a sign for investors that the Dow Jones Industrial Average could soon follow suit.

Published 1 month ago

What to Watch for When the Economy Turns

What to Watch for When the Economy Turns

In a challenging environment for figuring out what the economy will do next, it is important to know what to watch.

Published 1 month ago

Putin Says Accused Skripal Attackers Are Civilians

Putin Says Accused Skripal Attackers Are Civilians

Vladimir Putin said the two Russians accused by the U.K. of poisoning a former spy were civilians and indicated they would tell their version of events that led to the largest-ever collective expulsion of Russian diplomats from the West.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Cities Will Be Able to Compete for Funding From JPMorgan

U.S. Cities Will Be Able to Compete for Funding From JPMorgan

JPMorgan Chase plans to unveil a $500 million project Wednesday geared toward boosting economic growth in as many as 30 cities across the U.S.

Published 1 month ago

Putin Says He Knows Identities of Accused Skripal Attackers

Putin Says He Knows Identities of Accused Skripal Attackers

President Vladimir Putin said he knows the identities of the two Russians accused by the U.K. of poisoning a former Russian spy in England, urging them to come forward and tell their story.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Cities Will Be Able to Compete for Funding From JPMorgan

U.S. Cities Will Be Able to Compete for Funding From JPMorgan

JPMorgan Chase plans to unveil a $500 million project Wednesday geared toward boosting economic growth in as many as 30 cities across the U.S.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Military Looks Toward Greece Amid Strains With Turkey

U.S. Military Looks Toward Greece Amid Strains With Turkey

The U.S. military is in talks to expand its operations in Greece, including using more air and naval bases, signaling a potential move toward the eastern Mediterranean amid tensions with Turkey, officials said.

Published 1 month ago

Seventeen Years After Attack, a Son Returns From College for 9/11 Ceremony

Seventeen Years After Attack, a Son Returns From College for 9/11 Ceremony

Jake Campbell was an infant when his mother, Jill Maurer-Campbell, called home from the Twin Towers, saying the North Tower had been struck.

Published 1 month ago