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  • OPEC production in August was 33.24 million barrels a day, it said in its monthly oil market report. One source also said that once production targets were reached, OPEC would reach out to non- OPEC producers for cooperation. *Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Tuesday Iran, Nigeria and Libya would be allowed to produce "at maximum levels that make sense"...

  • OPEC production in August was 33.24 million barrels a day, it said in its monthly oil market report. One source also said that once production targets were reached, OPEC would reach out to non- OPEC producers for cooperation. *Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Tuesday Iran, Nigeria and Libya would be allowed to produce "at maximum levels that make sense"...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 28- You do not learn a lot from tax returns, Republican Donald Trump proclaimed in Monday's U.S. presidential debate. "From a tax return, you get distinct, discrete financial numbers," says Jude Boudreaux, a certified financial planner at Upperline Financial Planning in New Orleans. Democrat Hillary Clinton's returns showed that she and her husband,...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 28- You do not learn a lot from tax returns, Republican Donald Trump proclaimed in Monday's U.S. presidential debate. "From a tax return, you get distinct, discrete financial numbers," says Jude Boudreaux, a certified financial planner at Upperline Financial Planning in New Orleans. Democrat Hillary Clinton's returns showed that she and her husband,...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 28- You do not learn a lot from tax returns, Republican Donald Trump proclaimed in Monday's U.S. presidential debate. "From a tax return, you get distinct, discrete financial numbers," says Jude Boudreaux, a certified financial planner at Upperline Financial Planning in New Orleans. Democrat Hillary Clinton's returns showed that she and her husband,...

  • WASHINGTON— U.S. home prices rose again in July, pulled up by strong gains in Portland, Seattle and Denver. The Commerce Department reported Monday that new home sales fell 7.6 percent in August. Prices rose 12.4 percent in Portland, 11.2 percent in Seattle and 9.4 percent in Denver.

  • DENVER— A new analysis from a nonpartisan group finds that Donald Trump's latest tax proposals would increase the federal debt by $5.3 trillion over the next decade, compared with $200 billion if Hillary Clinton's ideas were enacted. The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget looked at Trump's newly revised tax plan as well as other proposals.

  • NEW YORK— Chipotle is making another push to convince people that its food won't make them sick, with plans to run more newspaper and digital ads outlining the safety steps it has taken since last year's E. coli outbreak. The ads beginning Wednesday will be an open letter from co-CEO Steve Ells, who also recorded a video that will be promoted online.

  • DENVER, Sept 19- Barrick Gold's Veladero gold mine in Argentina, one of its five core mines, could resume operations in the next two weeks, Barrick President Kelvin Dushnisky said in an interview on Monday. Barrick was fined nearly $10 million by authorities in the Argentinian province of San Juan for last year's leak, which was caused by a defective valve.

  • DENVER, Sept 19- Barrick Gold expects to be able to reach its target of reducing debt by $2 billion by year-end even without selling any assets, company President Kelvin Dushnisky said on Monday. "We are confident we will get to our $2 billion mark with or without an asset sale... presuming gold prices continue to cooperate," Dushnisky said in an interview on the...

  • DENVER, Sept 19- Barrick Gold expects to be able to reach its target of reducing debt by $2 billion by year-end even without selling any assets, company President Kelvin Dushnisky said on Monday.

  • DENVER— Donald Trump's tax plan may cost $1.5 trillion over the next decade more than he has projected and skew even more to the wealthy, according to a nonpartisan analysis released Monday. Trump was relying on estimates from the Tax Foundation, which supports lower taxes, when he pitched the plan to the public. But the National Federation for Independent...

  • The burrito chain says Mark Crumpacker's return was announced internally Sept. 8. Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. announced June 30 that it placed Crumpacker on leave after a news report that he was one of the customers named in a New York cocaine ring indictment. The Manhattan District Attorney's office says Crumpacker's case is still open, with a court date for...

  • GOLDEN, Colo.— Joe Coors Jr., a member of Colorado's prominent beer brewing family, onetime congressional candidate and prominent executive, has died. "The entire family is deeply saddened by Joe's death," said Pete Coors, vice chairman of Molson Coors Brewing Co.. Joe Coors was a great-grandson of brewery founder Adolph Coors.

  • NEW YORK— Donald Trump has attached a price tag to an economic vision promising what many economists say is impossible: lower taxes, a dramatic expansion in some federal programs and a slimmer government running a smaller deficit. In a speech Thursday to the Economic Club of New York, Trump said that his plan— a mix of tax cuts, regulation elimination and new...

  • NEW YORK— Donald Trump attached a price tag for the first time Thursday to an economic vision promising what many economists say is impossible: lower taxes, a dramatic expansion in some federal programs and a slimmer government running a smaller deficit. In a speech to the Economic Club of New York, Trump said that his plan— a mix of tax cuts, regulation elimination...

  • Sept 14- Pacific Investment Management Co accused former star bond fund manager Bill Gross of leaking confidential bonus data to an outside columnist, and exercising "bad faith" by withholding materials it is entitled to see as it defends against his $200 million lawsuit. The accusations were made in a filing with the California Superior Court in Santa Ana...

  • Sept 9- Bond fund manager Bill Gross on Friday said Pacific Investment Management Co and its lawyers should be punished for unfairly impeding him from pursuing his $200 million lawsuit against the asset management firm, which he co-founded. In a court filing, Gross accused Pimco of "willful and bad-faith obstruction" of his efforts to gather evidence to which he...

  • Sept 7- Activist investor William Ackman, wielding a stake of nearly 10 percent in Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc, is likely to push for board changes and a franchising model, analysts said, as the fast-casual Mexican food chain struggles to win back customers. Ackman might pressure Chipotle to "franchise outlets to drive unit growth and increase shareholder...

  • DENVER, Sept 6- The drumbeat of hammers echoes most mornings through suburban Denver, where Jay Small, the owner of company that frames houses, is building about 1,300 new homes this year. Eight years after the housing bust drove an estimated 30 percent of construction workers into new fields, homebuilders across the country are struggling to find workers at all...