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Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

A Friday bounceback couldn’t save U.S. stocks from their worst week since March, as investors reassessed the value of American companies in the face of a long-awaited rise in interest rates.

Published 1 week ago

Sears: Will It Shrink, or Close?

Sears: Will It Shrink, or Close?

As Sears plans to file for chapter 11 protection, the big question is whether a smaller Sears emerges from bankruptcy or whether the filing leads to a liquidation and a final end to the storied chain.

Published 1 week ago

Pastor Arrives Back in U.S. After Two Years Detained in Turkey

Pastor Arrives Back in U.S. After Two Years Detained in Turkey

President Trump met in the White House with a newly freed evangelical pastor who had been held in Turkey for two years on terrorism charges, bringing to a close a diplomatic standoff with Ankara that had jeopardized relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

Published 1 week ago

Home-Builder Stocks Primed for Key Test This Week

Home-Builder Stocks Primed for Key Test This Week

Beaten-down home-builder shares face a key test this week when investors get a fresh look at data on housing starts, existing-home sales and building permits.

Published 1 week ago

Colorado to Address Unfinished Business From Civil War

Colorado to Address Unfinished Business From Civil War

Colorado voters are poised to decide an issue most people think was settled with the Civil War: the abolition of slavery.

Published 1 week ago

Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

A Friday bounceback couldn’t save U.S. stocks from their worst week since March, as investors reassessed the value of American companies in the face of a long-awaited rise in interest rates.

Published 1 week ago

Trump Defends Separating Families at the Border

Trump Defends Separating Families at the Border

The president warns adults are using children to cross into the U.S. from Mexico.

Published 1 week ago

How saving the liberal world order became harder

How saving the liberal world order became harder

Political extremism is only one response to failing economic systems

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Pink Snow 2018

Pink Snow 2018

The latest from around the world of winter sports

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Britain faces nursing shortfall as EU recruits stay away

Britain faces nursing shortfall as EU recruits stay away

Brexit triggers 87 per cent drop in European nurses registering to work in UK

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How sports stars cope financially with life after the game

How sports stars cope financially with life after the game

For many, retirement is a shock as income dries up but good planning can keep the cash rolling in

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Europe aims to sustain its corporate comeback

Europe aims to sustain its corporate comeback

Companies are on a roll despite populism and Brexit fears. But have policymakers done enough to ensure long-term growth?

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Edward Lampert’s Non-Strategy to Save Sears

Edward Lampert’s Non-Strategy to Save Sears

The hedge-fund veteran spent far less than his rivals on store remodels and expansion, and was reluctant to commit capital to fresh ventures.

Published 1 week ago

Military-Communications Firms Harris, L3   Near Deal to Combine

Military-Communications Firms Harris, L3 Near Deal to Combine

Harris and L3 Technologies are nearing an agreement to merge, a deal that would unite two big providers of defense communications and electronics with a combined market value of about $33.5 billion.

Published 1 week ago

Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

A Friday bounceback couldn’t save U.S. stocks from their worst week since March, as investors reassessed the value of American companies in the face of a long-awaited rise in interest rates.

Published 1 week ago