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MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

General News: U.K. agrees to best of worst possible Brexit deals
Boris Johnson has signed a deal he said he didn't need, creating a border he didn't want, under the authority of a Court he didn't accept, to be submitted to a Parliament he doesn't control.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Apple and Goldman Sachs don't report Apple Card information to credit bureaus
Credit-card experts say the choice not to begin reporting to credit bureaus immediately is unusual.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

I was tricked out of $62,000 by my Russian friend who claimed to be a German heiress
‘She was weirdly socially inept, but also very charismatic.'

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Twice as many copies of the Constitution have sold during Trump's presidency as during Obama's first term
Though sales have been brisk throughout the Trump era, they've surged during certain events, according to NPD Bookscan.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Jennifer Aniston declined my ‘Friends' request — but she racked up 10M followers on Instagram in 2 days
‘Friends' celebrated its 25th anniversary last month, but the actress who played Rachel Green still doesn't do Facebook.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Upgrade: ‘Health care will keep us from going back to the U.S.,' says Texas couple who retired to Spain on about $2,000 a month
Though they ‘love America,' this couple has chosen to put their roots down in the coastal town of Denia in Spain.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Market Extra: What a Brexit deal would mean for U.S. stocks and global investors
Should investors outside of Britain get excited?

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Report: Brokers are erasing customer complaints from popular investor website
Brokers have been asking for their complaint records on BrokerCheck to be wiped clean at soaring rates.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Next Avenue: A little culture won't hurt you — in fact, it might make you happier
Active and passive engagement in the arts can be antidotes to depression.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Market Extra: The yield curve is no longer inverted. But some still see an impending recession
Participants who see the recent positive slope of the yield curve as a good new for the economy and pitted against those who fear it signals a hastening recession

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Economic Report: Industrial output falls by most in five months, pushed lower by GM strike
U.S. industrial output slumped 0.4% in September, as the General Motors strike pushed down manufacturing activity, the Federal Reserve said Thursday.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Women have made gains in the C-suite, but they still face one critical ‘broken rung' on the corporate ladder
Just 72 women for every 100 men are promoted and hired as managers, a new study says.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stocks rise after U.K., EU strike tentative Brexit deal
U.S. stocks rise Thursday, getting a boost after U.K. and European Union negotiators agree on a draft Brexit deal.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Economic Report: Housing starts fall 9%, but high permits, low mortgage rates suggest construction slowdown is temporary
Construction on U.S. new houses fell more than 9% in September, but a recent surge in permits suggests the decline in so-called housing starts is just a brief pause in a real estate market reinvigorated by lower mortgage rates.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold prices bounce around as investors weigh tentative Brexit pact
Gold prices waver Thursday morning as the European Union and U.K. reach a preliminary Brexit deal.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Brexit pact faces steep odds in the U.K. Parliament — and Johnson might not mind failure
The Brexit pact reached between the European Union and Britain will struggle to get through the U.K. Parliament. And for Boris Johnson, the U.K. prime minister, that might not be a terrible outcome.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Suicide rate among young Americans soars by more than 50% over 10 years
Anxiety and depression are on the rise among American teenagers.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Economic Report: Philly Fed manufacturing index stumbles in October
The Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index in October fell to 5.6 after registering 12 in September.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Economic Report: Housing starts fall 9% in September, but high permits, low mortgage rates suggest construction slowdown is temporary
Construction on new U.S. houses fell more than 9% in September, but a recent surge in permits suggests the decline in so-called housing starts is just a temporary pause in a market reinvigorated by lower mortgage interest rates. Housing starts slid to an annual rate of 1.26 million las month

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Economic Report: Jobless claims rise slightly to 214,000 in mid-October, but remain near a 50-year low
The number of unemployed workers who applied for jobless benefits in the second week of October rose slightly, but layoffs nationwide remained near a 50-year low and showed no sign of rising despite a slowdown in the U.S. economy. Initial jobless claims increased by 4,000 to 214,000.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Here's how high the pound could go as U.K. and EU strike Brexit deal
The pound continued its upward surge on Thursday after a Brexit deal was agreed between the U.K. and the EU, but the currency could soar even higher.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Will Boris Johnson get his Brexit deal through Parliament? Live market reaction
There was mixed reaction in U.K. markets on news British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, agreed a Brexit deal.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Institutional investors are taking more risks world-wide and that's dangerous for everyone: IMF
Institutional investors are taking more risks because of low interest rates and that's dangerous for the global economy, the International Monetary Fund said in a new report

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

PayPal to launch Venmo credit card in partnership with Synchrony
PayPal Holdings Inc. plans to roll out a Venmo credit card next year as the online-payments giant looks for new ways to monetize the popular peer-to-peer money-transfer platform.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

AMC Theatres launches streaming service in latest blow to Netflix
AMC Theatres, the biggest cinema chain in the world, said Tuesday it is launching a streaming service that will allow members of its loyalty program to rent or buy films and watch them at home, the first such offering from a cinema operator.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Bond Report: Treasury yields climb after U.K. strikes tentative Brexit deal with EU
U.S. Treasury and British government bond yields rise Thursday after the U.K. reached an eleventh-hour agreement to leave the European Union.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Here's what has been agreed between the E.U. and the U.K. on Brexit
Here are the key documents outlining the pact between the European Union and the U.K. for Britain to leave the European Union.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stock futures point higher after U.K., EU strike tentative Brexit deal
Stock-index futures point to a higher start for Wall Street Thursday, getting a boost after U.K. and European Union negotiators agree on a draft Brexit deal.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Need to Know: These charts tell us the bull market has a couple of years left to run
Our chart and call of the day from Ciovacco Capital Management's Chris Ciovacco looks at a batch of historical charts that are pointing to more gains for stocks. That is, if those animal spirits can return.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Europe Markets: European stocks turn higher as leaders declare Brexit deal
European stocks turned higher Thursday as key political leaders say they've reached a deal for U.K. to exit the European Union.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Kamala Harris on abortion restrictions: ‘Women will die' — here's what research says about this public-health issue
About three in four women who obtained abortions in 2014 were poor or low-income.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Autotrader: The newest electric vehicles with the most range
Tamp down your range anxiety with any of these electric vehicles—all eligible for a $7,500 federal tax credit.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

NerdWallet: Package arrived damaged? Here's what to do (in this order)
Take these 4 actions if your delivery comes in less-than-optimal shape

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Next Avenue: A little culture won't hurt you…in fact, it might make you happier
Active and passive engagement in the arts can be antidotes to depression.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Dow Jones Newswires: Ericsson lifts sales, margin targets as operators continue 5G spending spree
"5G is taking off faster than earlier anticipated and we see initial 5G buildout as a capacity enhancer in metropolitan areas," said Ericsson Chief Executive Borje Ekholm.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Christian Dior becomes latest western company to apologize to China
French luxury goods group Christan Dior became the latest western company to apologize to China, over using a map that didn't include Taiwan as part of the second-largest economy.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Dow Jones Newswires: Unilever underlying sales rise 2.9%
Unilever PLC (ULVR.LN) said Thursday that in the third quarter underlying sales growth grew 2.9%, benefiting from higher volume and price.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

London Markets: Pound slides after DUP says it won't agree to current Brexit deal
The pound is down again as a Brexit deal looks like it is on the rocks once again.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

General News: Here's just how big the performance gap is for British companies exposed to Brexit
The performance of British firms who rely on the majority of their sales from European markets have plunged since the country voted to leave the EU in 2016, according to new data.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Dow Jones Newswires: Pernod Ricard says sales growth was ‘moderate'
Sales by the maker of Beefeater gin and Jameson whiskey were helped by currency tailwinds, mainly from the dollar, the French company said.

MarketWatch
Oct 17, 2019

Democratic candidates ask if guaranteed jobs, universal basic income or a $15 minimum wage would best help Americans
One aids everyone who's able to work, while the other benefits everyone, except at a big cost.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Key Words: Donald Trump Jr.'s latest anti-nepotism comments have critics scratching their heads
The president's son made the comments during an interview with Sean Hannity as he spoke about Hunter Biden.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Asia Markets: Asian markets mixed as U.S.-China trade deal needs more time
Asian markets were mixed in early trading Thursday amid a report that there's still a ways to go before the U.S. and China finalize a "phase one" limited trade deal.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: Authentic Brands, Saks team up to bid for Barneys
Barneys New York Inc. Wednesday reached a deal to sell its assets to Authentic Brands Group LLC and investment firm B. Riley Financial Inc. and close the luxury chain's remaining stores.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: Rick Perry reached out to Giuliani at Trump's direction on Ukraine
Energy Secretary Rick Perry said he sought out Rudy Giuliani this spring at President Donald Trump's direction to address Trump's concerns about alleged Ukrainian corruption, a sign of how closely the president's personal lawyer worked with the administration on Ukraine policy.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Pelosi has last laugh after Trump posts pics of contentious meeting
President Donald Trump went on a Twitter tirade late Wednesday, tweeting photos of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that were taken during a contentious White House meeting that saw top Democrats eventually walk out on the president.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

MarketWatch First Take: Netflix finally admits the obvious: Competition from Apple and Disney will hurt
Netflix Inc. has been dismissive of the anticipated impact of an onslaught of streaming competitors, but as a wave of well-financed streaming services from big-name companies is about to be unleashed, executives' tone has changed.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Americans are not big fans of universal basic income for families, but these two G-7 countries feel very differently
Democratic candidate Andrew Yang has said he wants to give $1,000 to every American adult.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Livability: The top 10 college towns in the U.S. in 2019
From academics to job opportunities to fun things to do, these college towns come out on top.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Margin: Bill O'Reilly calls out Beto O'Rourke for lying — and probably wishes he hadn't
Presidential hopeful and former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke, in a seemingly innocuous comment made during Tuesday night's debate, said he had met a woman who was working four jobs to support her special needs child. For some reason, this riled up Bill O'Reilly, who was live-tweeting the show.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Alcoa rings an alarm for global manufacturing
Alcoa Corp. stock rallied Wednesday after the industrial giant took action to shore up profits, but the quarterly update also predicted lower aluminum demand thanks ‘weakening macroeconomic conditions, trade tensions between the U.S. and China, and contracting manufacturing activity, especially in the global automotive sector."

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

‘Don't be a fool!' Trump tells Turkey's Erdogan in a brash letter urging Syria deal
In a brash personal letter, President Donald Trump warned Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan not to be a "tough guy" or a "fool," and said he risked being remembered as "the devil" as he urged Erdogan to make a deal with the Kurds and call off an invasion of northern Syria

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Democratic presidential hopefuls finally talked about age — but they barely scratched the surface
Avoiding conversations about these topics is ‘dangerous'

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

In One Chart: How Biden and some lower-tier 2020 Democrats face money trouble — in one chart
As the 2020 White House race sparks heavy fundraising and spending by a crowded Democratic field, every campaign's financial situation is being closely watched as a measure of its viability.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

: Netflix stock spikes after subscriber growth bounces back, but executives admit competition will hurt the rest of the year
Netflix Inc. announced the net addition of 6.77 million paying subscribers in its third-quarter financial results Wednesday afternoon, an about-face from the previous quarter, when it came up frighteningly short.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Personal Finance Daily: Two-thirds of households are preparing for recession and brokers are allegedly erasing client complaints from a popular investor website
Wednesday's Personal Finance Stories.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Earnings Results: IBM stock slips after revenue misses Street view
International Business Machines Inc. shares declined in the extended session Wednesday after the tech giant reported less revenue than Wall Street expected.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Trump Today: Trump distances U.S. from Turkey-Syria conflict even as Pence heads for Erdogan meeting
President Donald Trump distanced himself from the Turkey-Syria conflict on Wednesday, even as his top aides headed for the region and a key Republican senator said he was undercutting their mission.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stocks end slightly lower after weak U.S. retail sales and tension with China offsets good corporate earnings
Stocks slipped on Wednesday after U.S. retail sales fell for the first time in seven months in September, offsetting a good star to the third quarter corporate earnings reporting season.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Moneyist: My dad is moving into a condo with his ‘lady friend' — will he have to deplete his savings to pay for her health care?
‘He wants her to live out her life in the condo should he pass away before her.'

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Here's what could happen to Giuliani and others who defy congressional subpoenas
Rudy Giuliani, President Trump's personal lawyer, earlier this week defied lawmakers' subpoena for documents related to their impeachment inquiry and said, "If they enforce it, then we will see what happens." For Giuliani and others, such enforcement of subpoenas could result in a fine of $100,000 and a year in jail.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Jennifer Aniston declined my ‘Friends' request — but just racked up 9.4M followers on Instagram in 24 hours
‘Friends' celebrated its 25th anniversary last month, but the actress who played Rachel Green still doesn't do Facebook.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Margin: Check out the Under Armour spacesuit being worn by Virgin Galactic's first space tourists
Don't have $250,000 to go to space? You can get a limited edition Under Armour T-shirt for $35.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Bond Report: Treasury yields stay depressed after retail sales fall
U.S. Treasury yields fell Wednesday after a lackluster retail sales data suggest weakness in manufacturing may be spilling over into other areas of the economy.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Four stocks that are nearing key breakouts
This week Harry Boxer reviews Horizon Therapeutics, Seattle Genetics, Winnebago and XPO Logistics.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Hedge funds still can't keep up with the stock market
Investors pulled money from hedge funds as they continued to underperform in September.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Futures Movers: Oil logs first gain in 3 sessions, but worries over demand prospects persist
Oil futures on Wednesday register their first climb in three sessions, recouping much of the loss they suffered a day earlier, but worries over demand prospects remained, with prices holding onto a sizable week-to-date loss.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Key Words: Joe Biden hits Donald Trump with a blunt message about corruption
Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden delivered a Twitter ultimatum to Trump on Wednesday.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Market Extra: Nio's stock leans on ‘bullish engulfing' stock price chart pattern to stop further weakness
Shares of Nio Inc. dropped more than 8% Wednesday, after a report that discussions over a potential large new funding deal had been halted, with investors now leaning on a "bullish engulfing" stock price chart pattern to halt further declines to fresh record lows.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Another insurer will dump coal and oil sands
Axis Capital joins Chubb in giving up profit potential from coal and oil sands, a step it says supports the transition to a low-carbon economy.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Billions of dollars just fled momentum stocks for low volatility
Investors aren't rotating from momentum stocks to value, they're rotating from momentum to defensive.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Ex-Cisco CEO John Chambers, star team of engineers have a startup targeting Amazon's AWS
Pensando Systems, the ultra-secretive Silicon Valley company, announced Wednesday in New York it is has developed hardware and software that lets companies run their computer servers more efficiently, particularly in the cloud.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

China further opens banking and insurance sectors to foreign companies
Order from country's cabinet allows for wholly owned ventures by overseas companies.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Ratings Game: Cloud software stock slammed amid Workday fears, Morgan Stanley doubts
Workday Inc. shares were getting crushed Wednesday and dragging on the cloud software space Wednesday after several analysts cut price targets on the stock after the human capital management software company's analyst day.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Cannabis Watch: Cannabis sector falls as Aphria surrenders gains, Aurora tipped to be long-term winner
Aphria Inc. stock fell 8% Wednesday to pace decliners in the cannabis sector, a day after it reported earnings for its fiscal first quarter that showed a profit that was mostly due to a change in its stock price and shift in its stake in another company.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Market Extra: Why the stock market won't stay down when everyone is ‘nervous' and ‘defensive'
October is proving to be as gentle as a kitten to stock-market investors so far, belying its history as the most volatile month of the year.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Market Extra: Here's what a positive yield curve may mean for the U.S. economy
Participants who see the recent positive slope of the yield curve as a good new for the economy and pitted against those who fear it signals a hastening recession

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Fed: Fed Beige Book reports ‘slight' growth in some regions
The economy was barely growing in some regions of the country, according to the Fed's collection of anecdotes from business contacts collected in the Beige Book report.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stocks slip after weak U.S. retail sales and tension with China offsets good corporate earnings
Stocks slipped Wednesday after U.S. retail sales fell for the first time in seven months in September, offsetting a good star to the third quarter corporate earnings reporting season.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

What is asset allocation?
Experts from institutional investors to those who work with individual households to achieve financial goals say that most investors should decide on the broad outlines of the assets they want to be invested in, and go no more detailed than that, an approach known as ‘asset allocation.'

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Andrew Yang says $1,000 a month for every American will create a ‘trickle-up economy' — here's what 2020 Democrats say about universal basic income
Candidates clashed at Tuesday's debate over whether UBI, a $15 minimum wage, or guaranteed federal jobs would be better.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Moneyist: My stepfather died and left my mother, his wife of 21 years, nothing — now my step-siblings have taken control of his estate
‘His life insurance was supposed to go to my mother, but that policy was terminated a few months prior to his death due to a missed payment.'

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Margin: Bill O'Reilly calls out Beto O'Rourke for lying — he probably wishes he didn't
Presidential hopeful and former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke, in a seemingly innocuous comment made during Tuesday night's debate, said he had met a woman who was working four jobs to support her special needs child. For some reason, this riled up Bill O'Reilly, who was live-tweeting the show.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold scores a bounce after cooler-than-expected retail-sales report
Gold prices climb Wednesday as investors watch global political news surrounding trade and Brexit and reacted to a weaker-than-expected reading of U.S. retail sales, which has spurred some haven buying.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Upgrade: This waterfront city is the No. 1 place in America to retire
Plus, 4 affordable alternatives on the beach

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stocks turn mixed midday despite lingering worries on China relations, weak retail sales
Stocks were little changed midsession Wednesday, as tensions between the U.S. and China over Hong Kong protests weighed on efforts to complete a trade deal, and after a weak retail sales report offset better-than-expected corporate earnings reports.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Margin: Greta Thunberg, Megan Rapinoe and AOC make BBC's list of inspiring and influential women
The 100 list asks, "What would the future look like if it were driven by women?"

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Why a strong dollar could be a warning sign in this market
The strength of the U.S. dollar doesn't help U.S. companies — but it's the relatively perkier yields on U.S. government bonds that's attracting more capital to the country

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

The Number One: The U.S. is nowhere near the top of this list of the world's most reputable countries
Scandinavian nations top the best places in the Reputation Institute's rankings.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Americans are not a fan of universal basic income for families, but these two G7 countries feel very differently
American respondents with more education also showed greater levels of support for UBI than those with less education.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Can self-employed people ever actually retire?
Discipline is key: 4 retirement accounts for people saving on their own

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Brokers are ‘gaming' the system to erase customer complaints from a public website, a new report alleges
Brokers have been asking for their complaint records on BrokerCheck to be wiped clean at soaring rates.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

General News: How brutal trade wars are hurting European economies
EU trade deficit jumps 53% in August on declining exports

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Economic Report: Home builders haven't been this optimistic since early 2018 — and falling mortgage rates are the reason why
Home builders are gung-ho again thanks to dramatically lower mortgage rates. A survey of home-builder sentiment surged in October to a 20-month high.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

1 in 5 LGBTQ adults isn't registered to vote, despite high 2020 stakes
Half of the LGBTQ adults registered to vote next November said they were Democrats and 15% were Republicans.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Key Words: Trump's next move could lead to a 25% drop in stocks, says billionaire investor
The good news, according to Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors, is that the current bull market, currently the longest on record, still has gas in the tank and could see a 10% rally over the next six months. Then there's the bad news

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Futures Movers: Oil moves up after 2-session decline, but worries over demand prospects persist
Oil futures edge higher on Wednesday, looking to recoup some of the losses they suffered over the past two trading sessions, but worries over demand prospects remained, with prices holding onto a sizable week-to-date loss.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Outside the Box: Forget recession, here are 50 other things to worry about
It's the little things that should keep us up at night.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Next Avenue: Cities and states are putting out the welcome mat for remote workers
There are new ways to work remotely, save money and reduce stress.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stocks open lower on lingering worries over U.S.-China relations, weak retail sales
Stocks opened lower Wednesday, as tensions between the U.S. and China over Hong Kong protests weighed on efforts to complete a trade deal, and after a weak retail sales report offset better-than-expected corporate earnings reports.

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