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Business group: China preparing to retaliate on trade

by The Associated Press

An American business group says China is preparing to retaliate if U.S. President-elect Donald Trump carries out promises to impose sanctions on Chinese goods

01/18/17 - 02:09 AM EST

Texas, 12 other states sue to block Obama coal mining rule

by The Associated Press

Texas and 12 other states have asked a federal court to block the Obama administration's final rules designed to reduce coal mining's environmental impact on streams

01/17/17 - 06:53 PM EST

McConnell introduces bill to fund coal miner health plans

by The Associated Press

The Senate's top Republican, Mitch McConnell, on Tuesday introduced legislation to maintain health benefits for retired union coal miners whose companies have declared bankruptcy in recent years

01/17/17 - 05:18 PM EST

Judge Lets Federal Flaring Rules Take Effect During Lawsuit

by The Associated Press

New nationwide rules to curtail the practice of burning off excess natural gas from oil and gas wells on federal land took effect Tuesday after a judge said he saw no urgent reason to block them while a lawsuit proceeds

01/17/17 - 05:02 PM EST

Markets cheer, EU wary as UK PM May signals 'clean Brexit'

by The Associated Press

Britain's future outside the European Union has become clearer: It's so long to the single market, goodbye to the European Court of Justice and farewell to freedom of movement

01/17/17 - 03:43 PM EST

The Latest: US hopes Brexit talks can avoid economic turmoil

by The Associated Press

The Obama administration says it hopes leaders of the U.K. and European Union will engage in a process that prevents "economic disruptions."

01/17/17 - 02:50 PM EST

States Can Offer A Lesson As GOP Proposes Deep Cut Taxes

by The Associated Press

President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans have pledged to cut federal taxes to boost the economy

01/17/17 - 11:11 AM EST

US stock indexes dip, along with bond yields and dollar

by The Associated Press

Losses for financial and health care stocks pulled U.S. indexes down, putting the Dow Jones industrial average on track for its third straight loss

01/17/17 - 10:48 AM EST

United Airlines Has Tough Act to Follow After Delta's Unit Revenue Guidance

by Ted Reed

Earnings from United Airlines, scheduled to be released after the market closes Tuesday, will have to match up with Delta's results.

01/17/17 - 10:10 AM EST

The Latest: Dollar Rise Could Hurt Developing Economies

by The Associated Press

The dollar's strength could lead to financial bailouts in emerging market economies and even an intervention to limit the currency's rise

01/17/17 - 07:00 AM EST

Inflation Up, Economy Better, But ECB To Continue Stimulus

by The Associated Press

Despite an improving economy, the European Central Bank is expected this week to explain why it intends to stick with its stimulus plan _ to pump newly printed money into the economy at least until the end of the year

01/17/17 - 04:41 AM EST

Bank Of England Governor: Bank Will Protect Economic Growth

by The Associated Press

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney says the central bank remains ready to protect economic growth in the face of pressures caused by Britain's departure from the European Union

01/16/17 - 03:38 PM EST

IMF boosts growth forecast for US, cites Trump impact

by The Associated Press

The International Monetary Fund on Monday raised its forecast for the U.S. economy over the next two years, saying President-elect Donald Trump's policies should boost economic growth, particularly in 2018

01/16/17 - 12:45 PM EST

British pound sags ahead of prime minister's Brexit speech

by The Associated Press

After months of repeating the mantra that "Brexit means Brexit," Prime Minister Theresa May is set to reveal details of Britain's closely guarded plans for leaving the European Union

01/16/17 - 11:28 AM EST

IMF Raises China Growth Forecast But Warns On Debt

by The Associated Press

The International Monetary Fund has raised its growth forecast for China but warned that rising debt which has prompted concern about the country's finances increases the risk of a sharper slowdown

01/16/17 - 09:29 AM EST

The Latest: Davos Organizers Urge Shift In Economic Policy

by The Associated Press

The World Economic Forum, which organizes the annual gathering of the global political and business elites in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, says the focus on economic growth, which has guided policymaking for decades, is no longer fit for purpose

01/16/17 - 07:29 AM EST

German ministers reject Trump remarks on car tariffs

by The Associated Press

Senior German officials have reacted with surprise and defiance to comments made by President-elect Donald Trump, who has said in an interview that NATO is "obsolete" and threatened Germany's automakers with hefty import taxes

01/16/17 - 06:20 AM EST

A look at how Trump might shake things up in Asia

by The Associated Press

Donald Trump has offered views on U.S. relations with Asia that could indicate radical shifts in long-standing policy toward the region

01/16/17 - 01:21 AM EST

'Hidden Figures' keeps orbit at top; Affleck, Scorsese flop

by The Associated Press

The crowd-pleasing NASA drama "Hidden Figures" has topped the box office for the second straight week, while a pair of high-priced prestige releases sputtered

01/15/17 - 03:49 PM EST

Gadget mountain rising in Asia threatens health, environment

by The Associated Press

The waste from discarded electronic gadgets and appliances has increased by two-thirds in East Asia over five years, posing a growing threat to health and the environment unless proper disposal becomes the norm

01/15/17 - 12:48 AM EST

'Bridge ninjas' gain internet fame after Nevada flooding

by The Associated Press

A team of heavy machine operators drew a big crowd of camera-toting spectators as they plucked dangerous debris from raging floodwaters in Nevada

01/14/17 - 04:07 PM EST

No, Shockingly Altaba Isn't the Dumbest Corporate Name Ever Created

by TheStreet Staff

What were these places thinking?

01/15/17 - 07:44 AM EST

Why Jim Cramer Won't Buy Foreign Stocks Right Now

by TheStreet Staff

You can win on capital gains, but lose on currency conversions.

01/14/17 - 10:00 AM EST

Takata agrees to guilty plea, will pay $1B for hiding defect

by The Associated Press

Takata has agreed to pay $1 billion in fines and restitution and plead guilty to a single criminal charge for a years-long scheme that concealed a deadly defect in its automotive air bag inflators

01/13/17 - 04:45 PM EST

US stock indexes mixed in afternoon trading; oil slides

by The Associated Press

U.S. stock indexes are mostly higher in afternoon trading, giving up some of the gains from earlier in the day

01/13/17 - 02:44 PM EST

Takata, 3 ex-workers charged with concealing faulty air bags

by The Associated Press

Takata Corp. and three former employees were charged by federal prosecutors with concealing deadly defects in automotive air bag inflators

01/13/17 - 01:06 PM EST

More pay, greater confidence lifts US retail sales 0.6 pct.

by The Associated Press

Higher pay, rising consumer confidence boosted US retail sales 0.6 percent in December

01/13/17 - 10:49 AM EST

Toyota adds 543,000 vehicles to Takata air bag recalls

by The Associated Press

Toyota Motor Corp. says it is recalling another 543,000 vehicles in the U.S. for defective front passenger air bag inflators made by Japanese supplier Takata Corp

01/13/17 - 02:11 AM EST

Bank of Korea cuts growth outlook as scandal hits economy

by The Associated Press

South Korea's central bank has cut its economic growth forecast as a massive influence-peddling scandal hits private spending

01/13/17 - 01:26 AM EST

China's Exports Return To Decline, Import Growth Eases

by The Associated Press

China's exports fell back into contraction last month, signaling renewed weakness for the world's second biggest economy

01/13/17 - 12:05 AM EST

Business News Expert Perspectives

Dan Dicker

Day of Chaos and Terror, Part 1: A Veteran Trader Remembers 9/11

Trader and financial columnist Daniel Dicker recounts being in the shadow of the Twin Towers on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Day of Chaos and Terror, Part 2

Why Isn't Natural Gas an Election Issue?

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Dan Fitzpatrick

Why the Long Face(book)? Look at These Charts

Dan Fitzpatrick, publisher of The Stock Market Mentor, thinks Facebook is heading much higher. Here's his technical analysis of why.

07/07/15 - 09:01 AM EDT

There’s a Crack in Small- and Mid-Cap Stocks so Take Heed

Fitz Bits: On Overcoming Adversity

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Doug Kass

Allergan, Schlumberger, IBM: Doug Kass' Views

Doug Kass shares his thoughts on animal spirits, and discusses his astonishment at some rising optimism.

01/16/17 - 01:00 AM EST

Jobless Claims and Trimming GLD: Best of Kass

Alphabet, Apple, Allergan: Doug Kass' Views

Allergan, Google, Oaktree Capital: Doug Kass' Views

Jim Cramer

Risking Downgrades; Valuing Banks on Earnings: Jim Cramer's Best Blog

Jim Cramer ponders how giving in to Trump risks downgrades, and how we may finally be valuing banks on earnings.

01/13/17 - 09:00 PM EST

Gary Weiss

Companies Use Courts to Silence Critics and the Media

They end up losing, but they put a chill on those who are critical.

09/25/12 - 09:53 AM EDT

Robert Holmes

Paradigm Opportunity Protects Investors in Tough Times

The mutual fund beats its benchmark, earning the top spot for performance and risk measures.

03/01/12 - 07:00 AM EST