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President Donald Trump predicted doom if he isn’t re-elected in 2020, saying that the economy would “CRASH” like it did during the Great Depression. In a tweet Wednesday morning, the president called the crowded field of Democratic challengers “clowns” and...
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WeWork is running out of cash. Fast. Two sources told the Financial Times that the real-estate firm’s bankers were rushing to complete a new debt-refinancing package as soon as next week, as the firm could be out of cash by the end...
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The United States is just one bad recession away from being right back at zero interest rates or even lower, Larry Summers warned on CNBC on Monday. “It’s a very different world when everyone’s stuck at zero interest rates,” said Summers, a...
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In this interview we go over matters like the new round of quantitative easing that Mario Draghi recently announced, economic problems in the European Union and the growing threat of a deep recession closing in on the people. We also...
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After a week of turbulence on global stock markets, a something-for-everyone US jobs report appears to have calmed investor nerves. Wall Street’s main stock indices enjoyed middling increases of about 0.5% in morning trading. The FTSE 100 has gained more...
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One of the most vital pieces of plumbing that powers the global financial system usually runs so smoothly that it gets overlooked by market watchers. It’s the “repo market,” comprising the short-term funding that banks and financial counter-parties regularly tap...
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More than half (52%) of Americans have tapped into their retirement savings early, according to a recent survey from Magnify Money, and 23% did so in order to pay off debt....
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Wall Street main indexes slumped more than 2.5% on Wednesday, as a closely watched U.S. bond market indicator pointed to a renewed risk of recession following poor economic data from Germany and China....
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Nearly 30,000 investment-banking jobs are on the chopping board this year as the global banking industry looks set for a gloomy second half of 2019.  The Financial Times reported that most of the cuts have been in European banks, with Deutsche Bank...
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Silver prices on Wednesday surged by the most in nearly three years and gold settled sharply above an important psychological level at $1,500, amid a round of easy-money policies that helped to stoke fresh appetite for the perceived safety of...
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