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Hurricane Michael Gains Strength as It Takes Aim at North Florida

Hurricane Michael Gains Strength as It Takes Aim at North Florida

The storm intensified to Category 2 over warm Gulf of Mexico waters as residents brace for an expected Wednesday landfall.

Published 2 months ago

Saudi Arabia Consents to Consulate Search in Hunt for Missing Journalist

Saudi Arabia Consents to Consulate Search in Hunt for Missing Journalist

Turkish authorities were granted permission to search the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul where a prominent Saudi journalist went missing last week, as the two regional powers spar over an incident that has alarmed U.S. authorities.

Published 2 months ago

Italy’s Tria fails to halt market fears over budget talks with EU

Italy’s Tria fails to halt market fears over budget talks with EU

Finance minister concerned by borrowing costs but says coalition will stick to plans

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Turkey asks businesses for price cuts to fight inflation

Turkey asks businesses for price cuts to fight inflation

A 10 per cent discount on goods and services is the latest attempt to rein in runaway inflation

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Exxon Puts Up $1 Million to Campaign for a Carbon Tax

Exxon Puts Up $1 Million to Campaign for a Carbon Tax

The rare donation by a fossil-fuel company to fight climate change represents a break with the Trump administration.

Published 2 months ago

France’s Macron, Celebrated Abroad, Faces Isolation at Home

France’s Macron, Celebrated Abroad, Faces Isolation at Home

The presidency of Emmanuel Macron has reached a tipping point. Viewed from abroad, the 40-year-old former investment banker is a poster boy for international cooperation. At home, however, Mr. Macron is increasingly isolated.

Published 2 months ago

Health Care Crowds Out Jobs, Taxes in Midterm Ads

Health Care Crowds Out Jobs, Taxes in Midterm Ads

Democratic candidates, who all but shunned campaigning on health care eight years ago, are now putting the issue front and center. Republicans are barely mentioning it.

Published 2 months ago

EPA Backs Down From New Energy Efficiency Ratings After Landlords Balk

EPA Backs Down From New Energy Efficiency Ratings After Landlords Balk

The EPA has put on hold plans to update its system for rating the energy efficiency of office and industrial buildings, pausing after some big landlords complained the methodology would unfairly penalize their properties.

Published 2 months ago

In These Districts, Friday Is Not a School Day

In These Districts, Friday Is Not a School Day

To save costs and attract teachers, more schools are shifting to a four-day week, a schedule once primarily used by rural districts that is now moving into suburban and urban areas.

Published 2 months ago

Yuan Lending Rate Surges as China Struggles to Stem Currency’s Slide

Yuan Lending Rate Surges as China Struggles to Stem Currency’s Slide

China’s effort to support its decelerating economy is heaping pressure on the yuan, signaling challenges for Beijing as it tries to stimulate growth without triggering destabilizing capital outflows.

Published 2 months ago

Google Exposed User Data, Feared Repercussions of Disclosing to Public

Google Exposed User Data, Feared Repercussions of Disclosing to Public

Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of users of the Google+ social network, though it didn’t find evidence of misuse. The company opted not to disclose the issue this past spring, in part because of fears doing so would draw regulatory scrutiny.

Published 2 months ago

The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

There are 18,927 individual codes to identify goods the U.S. imports, and switching them around is an increasingly popular way some Chinese exporters are ducking proliferating American tariffs, say trade professionals. The plywood industry is a case in point.

Published 2 months ago

Drew Brees’s Shortcut to Breaking Peyton Manning’s Passing Record

Drew Brees’s Shortcut to Breaking Peyton Manning’s Passing Record

Drew Brees needs 201 yards to set a new all-time passing mark. What’s remarkable is the short approach he took to rack up the yards.

Published 2 months ago

Italian bond stress: investors eye tipping points

Italian bond stress: investors eye tipping points

As the sell-off in the nation’s bonds quickens, key indicators are being scrutinised

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Bond Market Freaking You Out? It May Spark a Healthy Rotation

Bond Market Freaking You Out? It May Spark a Healthy Rotation

The good news for shareholders is that the market overall might be fine. The trouble lies with the FANGs and other acronym stocks that have been leading indexes higher.

Published 2 months ago