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MarketWatchMay 24, 2019
Runaway cost of college hurts Americans more than the China trade war
Private-college tuition is rising at more than twice the rate of U.S. inflation, writes Brett Arends.

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Washington Post BusinessMay 24, 2019
China Trade War Is Music to a French Billionaire's Ears
Vincent Bollore's Vivendi has been struggling to sell Universal Music Group. Now it has a convenient get-out.

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Reuters Company NewsMay 24, 2019
European shares inch higher after Trump signals on trade
European shares recovered some ground on Friday after a bruising session a day earlier, as U.S. President Donald Trump predicted a swift end to the ongoing trade war with China that has dominated trade on financial markets over the past year.

Reuters Company NewsMay 24, 2019
UPDATE 1-European shares recover after Trump signal on trade war
* Statement from UK PM May expected by mid-morning (Adds quote, details, updates prices)

Forbes HeadlinesMay 24, 2019
Oil Set For Worst Week For 2019; Gold Still Below 1300
Oil prices are set to record the worst percentage drop for the year. If the trade war continues, the sell-off would only become intense but surprisingly the gold price isn't supporting wider evidence of risk off trade

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Google Business NewsMay 24, 2019
SpaceX successfully launches 60 satellites into orbit - Fox News
SpaceX successfully launches 60 satellites into orbit  Fox NewsSpaceX Will Make History with 60-Satellite Launch Tonight  Space.comWatch SpaceX launch Starlink internet satellites —its 'heaviest payload' ever, Elon Musk says  CNBCSpaceX puts up 60 internet satellites  BBC NewsSpaceX sues US Air Force for awarding lucrative contracts to 'paper rocket' builders like Bezos  RTView full coverage on Google News

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MarketWatch MarketPulseMay 23, 2019
Report: Huawei may be part of any China trade deal, Trump says
The U.S. could ease harsh measures taken against Huawei Technologies Co. as part of a wider trade deal with China, President Donald Trump suggested Thursday, Reuters reported. Last week, the Trump administration effectively banned U.S. companies from dealing with the Chinese tech giant over concerns that its telecom equipment poses a national security threat, though some companies were to get a 90-day window before the ban begins. Speaking about a possible trade deal Thursday at the White House, Trump said: "If we made a deal, I could imagine Huawei being possibly included in some form or some part of it," according to Reuters, though he said the company was "very dangerous" from a security standpoint. There had been speculation that the action against Huawei was, at least in part, a bargaining chip to be used in future negotiations. There are no new trade talks scheduled, but Chinese officials have said they're open to resuming negotiations, and Trump on Thursday again predicted a quick end to the yearlong trade war.

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Washington Post BusinessMay 23, 2019
Trump announces $16 billion in aid for U.S. farmers hit by trade war
The package announced at the White House is bigger than last year's $12 billion in emergency aid for farmers and ranchers caught in tariff showdowns.

Reuters Company NewsMay 23, 2019
U.S.-based investment-grade bond funds end weekly 2019 inflow streak -Lipper
Investors' appetite for risk took a break in the latest week as various asset classes saw net cash withdrawals, against the backdrop of the lingering U.S.-China trade war.

Washington Post BusinessMay 23, 2019
European pilots say FAA, Boeing moving too fast toward lifting 737 Max ban
The comments came as U.S. regulators hosted aviation authorities from around the world in Texas to discuss the process for returning the aircraft to the skies.

Google Business NewsMay 23, 2019
Trump takes dig at "crazy Nancy" Pelosi after announcing new subsidies for farmers - CBS News
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Brad IdeasMay 23, 2019
If you buy land that will be covered by rising seas, should the government help you?
Topic: Going GreenGovernance In Venice, Acqua Alta rising seas flood the streets many times each year. They plan expensive inflatable dams.

Evidence mounts that sea level rise can't be avoided now, absent some miracle of geoengineering, and maybe not even with that. Even if you're one of those who insists human pollution isn't the cause, the planet is getting warmer, the ice sheets are melting at extreme rates.

When it comes to sea level rise, it's simple to know who will be affected. We know the height of all the land. We don't know the date the seas will reach that level, and we don't know what level they will finally reach before we fix things, but as time passes, we will get better handles on that.

For the people living on low-lying land, there will be calls for the government to help them, at the expense of those on higher ground. There will be efforts to build levees. Houses will be raised on stilts. There will be emergency funds during floods, and eventual funds to help people move.

What if governments declare today that this is coming. That a deadline approaches. Pick your date, but imagine Jan 1, 2030, a date before serious rise will appear.

Anybody who bought their land after the deadline would no longer be eligible to receive government assistance for problems caused by global warmi

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