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Global Politics Emerge as a Dicey Influence on Markets

Global Politics Emerge as a Dicey Influence on Markets

A week of geopolitical developments, from the U.S.’s planned tariffs to its potential breakthrough with North Korea, has reinforced the challenge now facing global investors: How to act in markets emerging from years of being driven by central banks to being ever more influenced by less-predictable politics.

Published 5 months ago

New Life for Steel Plant Perks Up Depressed Illinois Town, Workforce

New Life for Steel Plant Perks Up Depressed Illinois Town, Workforce

Things are looking up for Granite City, where U.S. Steel has decided to rekindle part of an idled steel mill that had seen about 1,500 workers laid off a few years ago.

Published 5 months ago

Visas Issued to Foreign Students Fall, Partly Due to Trump Immigration Policy

Visas Issued to Foreign Students Fall, Partly Due to Trump Immigration Policy

The State Department issued 393,573 student visas in the year ended Sept. 30, 2017, down 17% from the previous year as a result of a stricter approval process, increased competition from schools overseas and less support for foreign study by some governments.

Published 5 months ago

Are You Underpaid? In a First, U.S. Firms Reveal How Much They Pay Workers

Are You Underpaid? In a First, U.S. Firms Reveal How Much They Pay Workers

Companies are disclosing how much they pay the rank and file, and how that stacks up to the CEO, resulting in some surprises—including an oil chief who made 935 times the salary of his median employee.

Published 5 months ago

Pink Sand: 50 fabulous beach holidays for 2018

Pink Sand: 50 fabulous beach holidays for 2018

From surfing in Papua to a lighthouse in Whitby, find inspiration for your seaside summer getaway

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Are investors still scared by the inflation threat?

Are investors still scared by the inflation threat?

US inflation data will be key for markets this week as US yields stay below 3%

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Xi Jinping Clear to Rule Indefinitely as China Scraps Presidential Term Limits

Xi Jinping Clear to Rule Indefinitely as China Scraps Presidential Term Limits

China’s legislature formally scrapped term limits on Xi Jinping’s presidency, clearing his path toward indefinite one-man rule.

Published 5 months ago

Xi’s new powers enshrined in Chinese constitution

Xi’s new powers enshrined in Chinese constitution

National People’s Congress approves amendment allowing president to rule for life

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Scandal threatens Japan’s finance minister Taro Aso

Scandal threatens Japan’s finance minister Taro Aso

A suicide and a resignation re-ignite row over land deal for school linked to Abe

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US asks China for $100bn plan to cut trade deficit

US asks China for $100bn plan to cut trade deficit

Planes, beans and automobiles in play as Trump tries to increase exports

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Clouds gather over India solar energy sector

Clouds gather over India solar energy sector

Spectacular growth slows as developers worry about higher taxes and tariffs

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In Campaign Form, Trump Extols Himself and a Struggling GOP Candidate

In Campaign Form, Trump Extols Himself and a Struggling GOP Candidate

President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail, where he criticized his Oval Office predecessors and announced a slogan for his 2020 re-election bid while he sought to rally his supporters behind Republican Rick Saccone.

Published 5 months ago

Eight Key Battles in the Spending Bill Fight

Eight Key Battles in the Spending Bill Fight

Government funding expires March 23, giving Congress less than two weeks to finish spending bills for the current fiscal year. A budget deal passed in February set overall funding levels. But that doesn’t mean the spending fights are over.

Published 5 months ago