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U.S. Businesses Need to Prep For Brexit: Brexit Negotiator

U.S. Businesses Need to Prep For Brexit: Brexit Negotiator

Speaking to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said 80% of the withdrawal deal between Britain and the European Union has been agreed upon. However, important issues remained unsolved, including the Irish border disputes, he cautioned.

'Worn Out' Shoemakers Still Have a Chance to Heal

'Worn Out' Shoemakers Still Have a Chance to Heal

Annual sales at shoe stores declined 1.5 percent in the United States in 2017 despite a 1.3 percent increase in consumer spending on footwear last year, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau and Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Luxury Dating Services Vow Facebook Won't Hurt Their Relationship With Couples

Luxury Dating Services Vow Facebook Won't Hurt Their Relationship With Couples

Luxury matchmaking services will 'have to retool and think about new creative ways to keep their customers' in reaction to an ever-more crowded online dating scene.

U.S. Businesses Call For 'Radical' Idea to Rebalance China Trade Relations

U.S. Businesses Call For 'Radical' Idea to Rebalance China Trade Relations

A coalition of U.S. businesses told Congress Wednesday the Trump administration's plan of steadily imposing more punitive tariffs on China is 'counterproductive' and will not resolve a steep trade imbalance or help American consumers.

Trump's Tariffs Won't Stop the Trade Deficit From Growing

Trump's Tariffs Won't Stop the Trade Deficit From Growing

Experts say the size of the trade deficit is determined by macroeconomic forces including private savings and investment, government deficits and the exchange rate for the dollar rather than by trade conditions with individual countries.

Not Everyone Convinced China to Blame For U.S. Solar Woes

Not Everyone Convinced China to Blame For U.S. Solar Woes

And while the announcement was certainly a boon for some U.S. solar panel manufacturers not everyone agrees.

An Extreme Stock Market Means Gold Prices Will Keep Rallying

An Extreme Stock Market Means Gold Prices Will Keep Rallying

Gold prices have been on a solid run of late on fears of inflation. Are more gains for the yellow metal ahead?

Gold Prices May Now Be Unstoppable

Gold Prices May Now Be Unstoppable

Gold prices have been on fire. This new survey suggests prices may have further room to run.

Here's What Top Central Bankers Are Saying About Bitcoin

Here's What Top Central Bankers Are Saying About Bitcoin

Bitcoin's meteoric rise has one group of skeptics in particular: top central bankers from around the world. This is what they think about cryptocurrencies.

Gold and Silver Bugs Are Minting Money Right Now

Gold and Silver Bugs Are Minting Money Right Now

Gold prices continue to be hot as investors prepare for higher levels of U.S. inflation.