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EPA Head Signs Proposal to Undo Restrictions on Coal Plants

EPA Head Signs Proposal to Undo Restrictions on Coal Plants

The EPA moved to overturn Obama-era environmental rules on power-plant emissions, a long-telegraphed move designed to help coal-burning plants compete with cleaner alternatives.

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AXA’s Deal Fallout Creates a Buying Opportunity

AXA’s Deal Fallout Creates a Buying Opportunity

The insurance giant shocked investors with the off-script megadeal for XL Group but sense should start to show soon.

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US bull market poised to become its longest

US bull market poised to become its longest

S&P 500 is set to have gone 3,453 days without a drop of 20% or more

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Russian Hackers Target Conservative Groups in Widening Cyberattacks

Russian Hackers Target Conservative Groups in Widening Cyberattacks

Russian hackers linked to the 2016 election cyberattacks on the Democratic Party are widening their targeting for the coming midterms to include the U.S. Senate and well-connected conservative groups, according to new research from Microsoft Corp.

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Some Tesla Suppliers Fret About Getting Paid

Some Tesla Suppliers Fret About Getting Paid

Tesla’s tumultuous year has fueled concern among some of its suppliers about the auto maker’s financial strength after production of the Model 3 car drained some of its cash.

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U.S. Stocks Poised to Enter Longest-Ever Bull Market

U.S. Stocks Poised to Enter Longest-Ever Bull Market

U.S. stocks are on the verge of surpassing their longest-running rally, ratifying a market rebound that began in the ashes of the financial crisis and defying those who have questioned its staying power.

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Russian Hackers Target Conservative Groups in Widening Cyberattacks

Russian Hackers Target Conservative Groups in Widening Cyberattacks

Russian hackers linked to the 2016 election cyberattacks on the Democratic Party are widening their targeting for the coming midterms to include the U.S. Senate and well-connected conservative groups, according to new research from Microsoft Corp.

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A Tax Change Threatens to Hit Insurers When Most Vulnerable

A Tax Change Threatens to Hit Insurers When Most Vulnerable

Some large American insurance companies are seeking clarity from regulators on a vaguely worded tax provision that threatens to pinch their bottom line.

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New Fiat Chrysler CEO’s Big Challenge: Fixing the European Business

New Fiat Chrysler CEO’s Big Challenge: Fixing the European Business

Fiat Chrysler CEO Mike Manley’s predecessor built a reputation as a turnaround specialist but left unresolved the future of FCA’s legacy business in Europe.

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Venezuelans Fleeing Home Hit Roadblocks Abroad

Venezuelans Fleeing Home Hit Roadblocks Abroad

Countries hosting thousands of Venezuelans escaping economic disaster back home are enacting stricter rules to stem the flow.

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Ex-Army Captain Upends Brazil’s Election With Law-And-Order Campaign

Ex-Army Captain Upends Brazil’s Election With Law-And-Order Campaign

Jair Bolsonaro rides high on Brazilian voters’ anguish with extreme violence, but establishment candidates could still prevail in October vote

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Putin’s Unlikely Ally in His Standoff With the West: His Central Banker

Putin’s Unlikely Ally in His Standoff With the West: His Central Banker

Elvira Nabiullina has earned an unusual degree of freedom to clean up Russia’s messy banking system and stabilize its economy against volatile markets and looming sanctions. Her skills have won her praise from Vladimir Putin—as well as from abroad.

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Lula da Silva’s vision of Brazil is a dangerous fiction

Lula da Silva’s vision of Brazil is a dangerous fiction

My successor as president falsely casts himself as the victim of an ‘elite’ conspiracy

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Global Stocks Steady but Dollar Weakens After President Trump’s Fed Remarks

Global Stocks Steady but Dollar Weakens After President Trump’s Fed Remarks

Global stocks inched higher and the dollar fell as investors parsed the latest signals in the trade spat between the U.S. and China and President Trump’s comments about the Federal Reserve.

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