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New data show that retail sales increased as expected in November and December.
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The cash-strapped nation just issued its first debt deal in five years, but this one comes with a catch.
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BlackRock is encouraging investors to start looking at opportunities in Europe, even though geopolitical stability is in question.
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"There is no truth to this idea of restructuring the intelligence community infrastructure," a Trump spokesman says.
The Mexican peso briefly spiked more than 1 percent against the U.S. dollar after Mexico's central bank began aiding the slumping currency.
China is unlikely to take trade diktats from President-elect Trump and instead use ample tools from multilateral trade rules to financial resources to fight back, an economist said.
Career strategists and CEOs share small ways to make big changes this year.
"I could certainly see this group promoting tariffs that are not WTO-consistent," says a former assistant U.S. trade representative.
The season's sales came in $115 million ahead of expectations, after getting off to a slow start following the election.
The Federal Open Market Committee in December approved its first rate hike in a year and indicated that three more may be on the way.
Schumer, a Democrat from New York, likened the Republicans to "the dog who caught the bus."
This will be the year of the smart home because the companies behind the technology will be smarter about educating their consumers.