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Google Business NewsJan 17, 2021
Trump approval rating relatively unchanged in wake of Capitol rioting: NBC News poll | TheHill - The Hill
Trump approval rating relatively unchanged in wake of Capitol rioting: NBC News poll | TheHill  The HillHow Joe Biden was Donald Trump's kryptonite  CNNProspect of Pardons in Final Days Fuels Market to Buy Access to Trump  The New York TimesOp-Ed: Trump might have made it easier for Biden to unify the country after shocking Capitol attack  CNBC

Yahoo BusinessJan 17, 2021
Dow Jones Futures Loom After Stock Market Rally, Tesla Have Healthy Pullbacks; Biden Stimulus Buzz Wanes

The Motley FoolJan 17, 2021
Pricey Market? These 3 Dirt-Cheap Stocks Have PE Ratios Under 12
There's still value to be found even in this expensive market.

As Penny Stocks Make Massive Waves in the Market, Is Now the Time to Buy? (The Motley Fool)

MarketWatchJan 17, 2021
The Moneyist: My coworker owns 10 homes, 9 of which are rented. How did he get a stimulus check while I didn't?
‘I happened to have inherited my mother's house, so if I don't qualify, that's fine. I'm working.'

The Moneyist: I married my husband 20 years ago. He has 4 kids and I have one. I paid for our home. How should we split it after we're gone? (MarketWatch)

FT.com - USJan 16, 2021
Latest fundraising values Deliveroo at more than $7bn
Private financing boost for food delivery app ahead of long-awaited stock market debut

MarketWatchJan 16, 2021
The Ratings Game: Target's holiday sales show the importance of stores even as COVID-19 drives business online
Nearly all of Target's holiday sales were fulfilled by its bricks-and-mortar locations

NYTimes BusinessJan 16, 2021
How to Invest in a Pandemic, Political Crisis and Possible Bubble
Despite awful obstacles, the stock market has performed remarkably well. But is it setting itself up for a fall?

MarketWatchJan 16, 2021
Outside the Box: How to make sure your spouse gets your retirement savings when you die
There are differences between IRA and 401(k) beneficiaries

MarketWatch MarketPulseJan 15, 2021
Citigroup beats profit estimates but revenue falls short
Citigroup Inc. said Friday it had net income of $4.6 billion, or $2.08 a share, in the fourth quarter, down from $5.0 billion, or $2.15 a share, in the year-earlier period. Revenue fell 10% to $16.5 billion from $18.4 billion. The FactSet consensus was for EPS of $1.34 and revenue of $16.7 billion. The revenue decline was due to lower revenues in global consumer banking, institutional clients group and corporate, the bank said in a statement. Net income fell due to lower revenue, higher costs and a higher tax rate, which was partly offset by lower cost of credit. Chief Executive Michael Corbat said full-year revenues were flat, despite the "massive economic impact of COVID-19." The bank had $676 billion in loans as of quarter end, down 3% from the year-earlier period. Deposits stood at $1.3 trillion, up 20%. Revenue from the global consumer banking business rose 11% to $4.7 billion. Revenue at the institutional clients group fell 1% to $9.3 billion, as treasury and trade solutions, investment banking and corporate banking revenue fell, offsetting strength in fixed income markets, equity markets and the private bank. Investment banking revenue fell 5% to $1.3 billion, as strong growth in equity underwriting was more than offset by lower revenue in M&A and debt underwriting. Equity underwriting revenue rose 83% to $438 million, while debt underwriting fell 16% to $617 million. Markets and securities revenues rose 13% to $4.5 billion, as fixed income markets revenue fell 7% to $3.1 billion and equity markets revenue rose 57% to $810 million. Corporate banking revenue were a negative $85 million, after positive $542 million a year ago. Citi shares fell 1.7% premarket, and have fallen 15% in the last 12 months, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 7%.

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Brad IdeasMar 11, 2020
Could a working health care system be built by industry under the threat of the current industry's destruction?
Topic: PoliticsTechnology Making any phone or tablet able to read the vital signs is the sort of innovation that could bring down healthcare costs

Several former Democratic contenders have promoted single payer health care under the name "Medicare for All." While I'm not old enough for Medicare, I have lived for several decades under the Canadian system and several decades under the U.S. system. In addition, I spend 2-3 months/year in Europe and have had to make access as a tourist to the systems in the UK, Germany and France. The attraction of the single payer systems, with their much lower costs per citizen and equal or superior health outcome scores, are hard to resist. At the same time, many voters are concerned at having a government agency run their health care, or elimination of the free market system which works so well in so many areas. The current US system is deeply broken, and does not much resemble a free market system, if it ever did. So the political push for a single payer system has become stronger.

It's not going to happen soon. Biden has won the nomination (though only Sanders seems not to know it), and even if he somehow won, most analysts expect it's pretty unlikely the Democrats would win control of the Senate in 2020. If they do win control of the White House, the historic

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