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Dow Surges Past 30,000 Points For 1st Time In Historic Milestone

Markets welcomed President Trump's recommendation the transition process begin, which will provide critical resources and information to President-elect Joe Biden's team. → Read More

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CEOs Urge Trump To Concede: 'Not A Moment To Waste' In Fighting COVID-19

More than 150 business leaders released a letter calling on President Trump to start the transition process, given the urgent need to tackle the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

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Fate Of Pandemic Funds Sparks Unusual Dispute Between Treasury And Federal Reserve

The Fed is pushing back against a request from Treasury to wind down emergency lending programs set up in the wake of the coronavirus. → Read More

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Trump Launched A Trade War Against China. Don't Look To Biden To Reverse It

The president-elect can undo many of Trump's tariffs with the stroke of a pen, but he's unlikely to do so now that the tenor of the U.S.-China relationship has changed. → Read More

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Stocks Hit Record High On Moderna's Vaccine News; Dow Nears 30,000

Investors were also reassured by comments from two Biden advisers that no nationwide COVID-19 lockdowns are being contemplated. → Read More

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Stocks Post Best Week Since April Despite Tumultuous And Unresolved Election

Investors are betting on at least two more years of divided government, spurring the best weekly stock gains in months. → Read More

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Wall Street Bet On A 'Blue Wave,' But Divided Government Suits It Just Fine Too

Stocks have traditionally done well with a Democrat in the White House and Congress under Republican control. → Read More

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Stocks Soar As Tense Election Draws To A Close

Investors are betting that Democrats could take control of the White House and the Senate, increasing the prospect of passing a new relief package once the election is over. → Read More

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Dow Plunges 943 Points; Steep Sell-Off Is Triggered By Fears Of More Lockdowns

The Dow tumbled more than 900 points as COVID-19 cases surge in the United States and Europe, while next week's election is only adding to the uncertainty over the economy. → Read More

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Stocks Tumble As Coronavirus Cases Spike Again In U.S. And Europe

Investors are also discouraged by the lack of progress in talks between Congress and the White House over another coronavirus relief bill. → Read More

Stocks Tumble As Coronavirus Cases Spike Again In U.S. And Europe

Investors are also discouraged by the lack of progress in talks between Congress and the White House over another coronavirus relief bill. → Read More

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Goldman Sachs Executives Will Have To Return Millions In Pay Over Bribery Scandal

The blue chip bank will claw back hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation from current and former executives over a financial scandal in Malaysia. → Read More

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$3.1 Trillion: Pandemic Spending Drives The Federal Budget Deficit To A Record

The government shortfall for the fiscal year that just ended was more than triple that of 2019. The national debt of $21 trillion now exceeds the size of the U.S. economy. → Read More

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He's Part Of The 1%. And He Thinks His Taxes Aren't High Enough

The tax code allows wealthy people who live off investment income to pay taxes at a much lower rate than average people who earn salaries. → Read More

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Stocks Surge After White House Says It's Open To Pandemic Aid After All

Stocks reversed Tuesday's losses amid word that the Trump administration was considering stand-alone bills to aid airlines and small businesses. The president had called off talks on a relief bill. → Read More

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Getting Lots Of Political Messages On Your Phone? Welcome To 'The Texting Election'

Texting has become a cheap and easy way for political campaigns to reach out to voters. But not everyone's happy about it. → Read More

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Trump's Positive Coronavirus Test Result Roils Financial Markets

Markets face a double whammy of bad news after the president's health upended an election heading into its final stretch and the September jobs report proved disappointing. → Read More

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When Everybody's Working At Home And The Magic Is Gone

Face-to-face contact has long been seen as crucial to workplace creativity. But what do you do when in-person collaboration could pose a serious health risk in the COVID-19 era? → Read More

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Thrown Out Of Home, At A Time When A Roof Is More Important Than Ever

Despite federal, state and local restrictions barring evictions during the COVID-19 crisis, housing activists say tenants are still being forced out of their homes. → Read More

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'The Last Million' Sheds Light On Middle East History, Newer Refugee Policy Failures

Historian David Nasaw writes with deep, broad knowledge of the hundreds of thousands of refugees filling Europe's roads after WWII, hoping to return to homes that, in many cases, no longer existed. → Read More