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Dow Climbs Back Above 22000 as Fears Ease

Dow Climbs Back Above 22000 as Fears Ease

The Dow industrials climbed back above 22000 for the first time in nearly a month as investor fears eased about a standoff with North Korea and the severity of the impact of Hurricane Irma on the U.S. economy.

Published 4 months ago

China to Shut Bitcoin Exchanges

China to Shut Bitcoin Exchanges

Chinese authorities are ordering domestic bitcoin exchanges to shut down, delivering a heavy blow to once-thriving trading hubs that helped popularize the virtual currency pushing it to recent record highs.

Published 4 months ago

Live Coverage: A Weakened Irma Moves North

Live Coverage: A Weakened Irma Moves North

Live Coverage: A Weakened Irma Moves North

Published 4 months ago

Three Reasons Why Irma’s Florida Strike Wasn’t as Bad as Forecast

Three Reasons Why Irma’s Florida Strike Wasn’t as Bad as Forecast

Hurricane Irma was a powerful, sprawling storm that decimated parts of the Caribbean. But the storm didn’t obliterate Miami, inundate the Gulf Coast with excessive storm surge or destroy thousands of homes on the west coast of Florida as feared.

Published 4 months ago

Hurricane Irma Blamed for 10 Deaths in Cuba

Hurricane Irma Blamed for 10 Deaths in Cuba

Hurricane Irma killed at least 10 people as it slammed into Cuba and scraped across its northern coast over the weekend, the communist island’s official media reported Monday.

Published 4 months ago

Irma Leaves More Than 6.2 Million Florida Utility Customers in the Dark

Irma Leaves More Than 6.2 Million Florida Utility Customers in the Dark

More than 6.2 million, or 60%, of utility customers in Florida were without power Monday morning as Irma continued to pass over the upper part of state as a tropical storm.

Published 4 months ago

Hurricane Science: Ingredients for the Perfect Storm

Hurricane Science: Ingredients for the Perfect Storm

August and September mark peak hurricane season in the Atlantic basin. Here’s why the conditions in these months make powerful storms more likely to form there. Photos: NASA/NOAA

Published 4 months ago

Irma Misses Insurers’ Danger Zone

Irma Misses Insurers’ Danger Zone

Hurricane Irma has left a trail of destruction across Florida. But loss estimates have fallen, benefiting insurers now but leaving a tough pricing trend in place.

Published 4 months ago

See Markets React to Hurricane Irma in 8 Charts

See Markets React to Hurricane Irma in 8 Charts

Investors added risk and exited safe assets Monday morning after Hurricane Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm.

Published 4 months ago

Millions Without Power in Florida After Irma Lashing

Millions Without Power in Florida After Irma Lashing

Millions are without power in Florida a day after Irma, now a tropical storm, swept through, bringing whipping winds, drenching rains, and coastal flooding to much of the state.

Published 4 months ago

Inside the Government Program That Pays to Rebuild Neighborhoods After a Storm

Inside the Government Program That Pays to Rebuild Neighborhoods After a Storm

The federal Community Development Block Grant program has long been used by Congress to help state and local governments recover from major disasters.

Published 4 months ago

Hurricanes Add to Problems for Oil Bulls

Hurricanes Add to Problems for Oil Bulls

The havoc wreaked by major summer storms stands to deepen a global crude-supply glut that has depressed oil prices. By paralyzing giant sections of the South, the storms will dent energy demand even as production continues and crude in storage is abundant.

Published 4 months ago

Building Boom Puts Millions in Irma’s Path

Building Boom Puts Millions in Irma’s Path

Many homes and apartment buildings in Tampa are close to sea level, making them vulnerable to a storm surge.

Published 4 months ago

Irma’s Shift Sets Off Scramble to Prepare on Florida’s Gulf Coast

Irma’s Shift Sets Off Scramble to Prepare on Florida’s Gulf Coast

As forecasts for the path of Hurricane Irma shifted west in recent days, millions of people living along Florida’s Gulf Coast who thought they would be spared the worst of the monster storm found themselves scrambling to prepare or get out.

Published 4 months ago

St. Martin Struggles to Weather Hurricane Irma’s Devastation

St. Martin Struggles to Weather Hurricane Irma’s Devastation

Hurricane Irma has left residents of St. Martin in the dark, cut off from almost all communication and gripped with fear over the disintegration of law and order.

Published 4 months ago