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Russian President Vladimir Putin knocked back accusations that his government was behind a hacking campaign to influence the U.S. elections.
Two big-money donors who have given or raised tens of thousands of dollars to Donald Trump are livid and are asking for their money back.
Crude oil demand in 2016 is seen edging up compared to 2015, while supply is seen slightly lower, according to the October OPEC report.
Rent growth has now been shrinking each quarter for a full year, driven largely by the high-end apartment market.
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The hedge fund pioneer also tells CNBC he doesn't want to vote for Hillary Clinton either and he may write someone in.
Two in five Americans have either been an identity theft victim or know someone who has, according Bankrate.com.
Economist Charles Dumas says super-low interest rates are part of the problem.
Zocdoc wants to make "Unsick Days" common, so workers can get checkups during a paid day off without having to worry about repercussions.
Some experts say this rare technical pattern points to a breakdown.
If Clinton wins the presidential election, stocks will rally, according to historical trend data. As the race tightens, expect volatility.
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