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Trade-Talk Progress Lifts U.S. Stocks

Trade-Talk Progress Lifts U.S. Stocks

U.S. stocks rose, continuing a recent stretch of volatility as signs of easing trade tensions boosted the outlook for global economic growth.

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Bottled Water, America’s Most Popular Drink, Has a Plastic Problem

Bottled Water, America’s Most Popular Drink, Has a Plastic Problem

Facing a consumer backlash and stricter regulation, companies are trying to do what’s eluded them for years: make a better bottle. Evian has pledged to make all its bottles 100% recycled plastic. Nestlé, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola and other makers are adding products and trying new strategies.

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Small-Cap Stocks Teeter on the Edge of a Bear Market

Small-Cap Stocks Teeter on the Edge of a Bear Market

The Russell 2000 index of small-capitalization stocks has fallen 17% from its Aug. 31 all-time high. Fears about a slowing economy have dogged the broader stock market, and particularly the shares of small businesses.

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Harry and Meghan Move to the Burbs

Harry and Meghan Move to the Burbs

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are coming to Windsor, a town outside London popular with young families and where home prices are rising despite economic uncertainty.

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China Prepares Policy Playing Down Its Bid to Dominate Manufacturing

China Prepares Policy Playing Down Its Bid to Dominate Manufacturing

China plans to replace an industrial policy savaged by the Trump administration as protectionist with a new program promising greater access for foreign companies, according to people briefed on the matter, in a move to resolve trade tensions with the U.S.

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U.S. Soybean Farmers Work to Loosen China’s Grip

U.S. Soybean Farmers Work to Loosen China’s Grip

As trade tensions cut deeply into exports, U.S. soybean farmers, industry groups and government officials are seeking a stronger foothold in international markets beyond China, including Europe and Southeast Asia.

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Theresa May to Face No-Confidence Vote Amid Brexit Disarray

Theresa May to Face No-Confidence Vote Amid Brexit Disarray

British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face a vote of confidence in her leadership, a ballot that was triggered by rebel lawmakers from her party and could further destabilize the already chaotic Brexit process.

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‘No Coincidence’: China’s Detention of Canadian Seen as Retaliation for Huawei Arrest

‘No Coincidence’: China’s Detention of Canadian Seen as Retaliation for Huawei Arrest

Beijing’s detention of a former Canadian diplomat is being seen by friends and former colleagues as payback for Canada’s arrest of a well-connected Chinese telecommunications executive at the behest of the U.S.

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The Best Winter Travel Deals Move Overseas

The Best Winter Travel Deals Move Overseas

People are heading to Europe and the Caribbean for Christmas and New Year’s. And there are still deals to be had.

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Down With Homework, Say U.S. School Districts

Down With Homework, Say U.S. School Districts

School districts across the country are banning homework, forbidding it on certain days or just not grading it, in response to parents who complain of overload and some experts who say too much can be detrimental.

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ECB Stimulus’s Mixed Legacy: Economic 
		
			
		
	Success, Political Fiasco

ECB Stimulus’s Mixed Legacy: Economic Success, Political Fiasco

The European Central Bank is nearing a landmark decision to wind down its $3 trillion bond-buying program, closing a chapter on a policy the U.S. used to help restore its growth but one that had mixed results in Europe.

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What next for Brexit after Theresa May’s confidence vote?

What next for Brexit after Theresa May’s confidence vote?

Five possible outcomes of the Conservative party’s leadership challenge

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US inflation cools in November helped by falling energy costs

US inflation cools in November helped by falling energy costs

Prices excluding energy edge higher, adding to quandary facing Federal Reserve

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US farmers hit by soaring storage costs

US farmers hit by soaring storage costs

Trade war double whammy as soyabeans go unsold and tariffs push up cost of metal bins

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China Is Preparing to Increase Access for Foreign Companies

China Is Preparing to Increase Access for Foreign Companies

China plans to replace an industrial policy savaged by the Trump administration as protectionist with a new program promising greater access for foreign companies, according to people briefed on the matter, in a move to resolve trade tensions with the U.S.

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