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U.S. Seizes on China’s Woes as Talks Start

U.S. Seizes on China’s Woes as Talks Start

The U.S. and China kicked off two days of talks in Washington aimed at settling an escalating trade battle, with the U.S. claiming the advantage because Beijing is struggling to keep its economic growth from faltering.

Published 3 months ago

Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

A robust August rally in the Treasury market is foiling one of Wall Street’s most popular trades, a bet that solid U.S. economic growth, rising inflation and eroding government finances will compel investors to sell bonds.

Published 3 months ago

Facebook to Remove Data-Security App From Apple Store

Facebook to Remove Data-Security App From Apple Store

Facebook plans to pull its data-security app Onavo from Apple Inc.’s app store after the iPhone maker ruled that the service violated its data-collection policies

Published 3 months ago

Hawaii Prepares for Hurricane Lane

Hawaii Prepares for Hurricane Lane

The state closed schools and some government offices as it prepared for a hurricane with sustained winds of 155 miles an hour.

Published 3 months ago

S&P 500 Reaches Bull-Run Milestone

S&P 500 Reaches Bull-Run Milestone

The S&P 500 edged slightly lower, even as the broad index extended its bull run from the depths of the financial crisis to become the longest ever.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Seizes on China’s Woes as Talks Start

U.S. Seizes on China’s Woes as Talks Start

The U.S. and China kicked off two days of talks in Washington aimed at settling an escalating trade battle, with the U.S. claiming the advantage because Beijing is struggling to keep its economic growth from faltering.

Published 3 months ago

Democratic National Committee Reports Attempt to Hack Voter Database

Democratic National Committee Reports Attempt to Hack Voter Database

The Democratic National Committee, which was hacked by Russian intelligence officers during the 2016 presidential campaign, has contacted the FBI after an unsuccessful attempt to access a voter database maintained by the organization.

Published 3 months ago

Fed Signals Rate Increase Next Month

Fed Signals Rate Increase Next Month

Federal Reserve officials at their last meeting signaled they were likely to raise interest rates next month and discussed in greater detail their concerns over how prolonged trade disputes could disrupt economic growth.

Published 3 months ago

Syria Pressures U.S.-Backed Kurds to Hand Over Control

Syria Pressures U.S.-Backed Kurds to Hand Over Control

A U.S.-backed group in Syria is being pressed by the government of President Bashar al-Assad to cede control of its territory to a regime Washington has long sought to unseat.

Published 3 months ago

3,453 days and $18tn later, the US bull market hits record run

3,453 days and $18tn later, the US bull market hits record run

From battered banks to tech titans, the historic milestone in seven charts

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Democrats Aim Fire at Kavanaugh Nomination After Cohen Plea

Democrats Aim Fire at Kavanaugh Nomination After Cohen Plea

Senate Democrats called on Republicans to halt confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, citing his own potential role in legal proceedings involving President Trump, but didn’t address whether they would pursue any actions in Congress against the president.

Published 3 months ago

Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

A robust August rally in the Treasury market is foiling one of Wall Street’s most popular trades, a bet that solid U.S. economic growth, rising inflation and eroding government finances will compel investors to sell bonds.

Published 3 months ago

As U.S. Bull Market Powers Ahead, Rest of World Is Left Behind

As U.S. Bull Market Powers Ahead, Rest of World Is Left Behind

U.S. stocks are on the verge of the longest bull market in history, but investors elsewhere haven’t had it nearly so good, with most major stock markets having fallen short of the S&P 500 since it bottomed during the financial crisis.

Published 3 months ago

Undermined at the Office? How Women Can Cope With Mistreatment From Female Colleagues

Undermined at the Office? How Women Can Cope With Mistreatment From Female Colleagues

Women are 14% to 21% more likely than men to report experiencing uncivil treatment from female co-workers, according to a recent study. There are ways to cope with that undermining behavior.

Published 3 months ago

Fed Signals Rate Increase at Next Month’s Meeting

Fed Signals Rate Increase at Next Month’s Meeting

Federal Reserve officials at their last meeting signaled they were likely to raise interest rates next month and discussed in greater detail their concerns over how prolonged trade disputes could disrupt economic growth.

Published 3 months ago