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Jabin Botsford | The Washington Post | Getty Images President Donald J. Trump speaks during a meeting with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in the Oval Office at the White House on Thursday, March 14, 2019...
Sharp Credit - Credit News - Credit Information Within two hours since opening, the Dow Jones has fallen from 25,854 to 25,599 by 250 points in a steep short-term drop.1-Day Price Chart of Dow Jones Industrial Average (Source: Yahoo Finance)Backed by strong fundamentals, noticeable progress in the U.S.-China trade talks, and the Federal Reserve’s decision to retain its benchmark...
Sharp Credit - Credit News - Credit Information Sales of previously owned homes rebounded in February to the fastest pace in almost a year, topping estimates and snapping a three-month streak of declines to offer a robust indication that the housing market is stabilizing after last year’s slump.Contract closings increased 11.8%, the most since 2015, from January's pace to a...
For decades, South Korea's most powerful tycoons ran their companies with little regard for minority shareholders. Then came Paul Singer.The hedge fund titan's activist campaigns — first at Samsung Group in...
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All eyes are on Apple ahead of Monday, when the company is expected to debut a new streaming TV service and a bundled subscription Apple News offering. Street analysts and investors alike believe this could be the catalyst that propels the stock back to previous highs. The stock was up slightly in Friday's...
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Sharp Credit - Credit News - Credit Information Mortgage-backed securities may perform worse than government bonds in the coming months after the Federal Reserve said it plans to move more of its debt holdings into U.S. Treasuries.The Fed said on March 20 that it plans to continue allowing the mortgage and agency bonds it bought as part of quantitative easing...
A value-added tax (VAT) is a consumption tax levied on products at every point of sale where value has been added, starting from raw materials and going all the way to final retail purchase. Ultimately, the consumer pays the VAT; buyers at earlier stages of production receive reimbursements for the previous VAT they've paid.
Trump to nominate Stephen Moore to Federal Reserve BoardDonald Trump said he's nominating Stephen Moore, a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation and a long-time supporter of the president, for a...
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