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A record number of household respondents say they're better off economically than a year ago, a NY Fed survey found.
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Japan is re-emerging as an export powerhouse, drawing large benefits from its Chinese and Korean business operations.
It's nearly impossible to know the best time to buy and sell when it comes to the market. More often than not, you'll be wrong.
Trump is dangerously trying to outsource the work of containing North Korea's nuclear power to China, writes Kevin Williamson.
Trump's energy policies will put Russia's economy further into debt and decline, according to Larry Kudlow.
Cyber attacks are ramping up, and it looks like they're only going to get worse as more companies shift to the cloud.
Mitch McConnell is threatening to help the Democrats prop up Obamacare unless he gets his way, says Jake Novak.
Illinois' budget problems are indicative of the entire country's fiscal blindness, says Jake Novak.
Trump and his advisors need to come up with a real strategy for containing North Korea's nuclear threat, says Prof. David Cortright.
Trump's views are at odds with the agenda the US has followed with world leaders for decades, notes one former US Treasury official. How far Trump take it at the G-20 summit?
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Fed Governor Powell did a lot of jawboning today about the US mortgage market. Michael Farr explains why that's risky business.
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