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Dalio compared the current climate to 1937, as Hitler rallied Germans and the U.S. plunged further into the economic abyss.
Mitch McConnell and Steven Mnuchin are set to make individual remarks and answer questions at the Louisville, Kentucky event.
Although searching for more new jobs, U.S. workers see little hope for higher pay.
The U.S. economy can handle March Madness. It can definitely deal with Monday’s momentary darkness, Recode reports.
A win for the Democrats in Congress next year may push U.S. President Donald Trump to resign rather than face impeachment, says an analyst.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat-to-higher open, as investors look to the U.S. political sphere for cues on how to trade.
U.S. Treasury yields fell Monday, as investors watched for more news surrounding the state of the current U.S. administration.
Drugmaker Hikma's US unit reportedly raised the price of a common diarrhea drug by more than 400 percent.
This startup is trying to use the shortage of hotel rooms along Monday's eclipse path to its advantage.
Steve Bannon could make more trouble for the "establishment" Republican agenda outside the White House.
After Charlottesville, Trump's comments on job creation miss the mark on inequality, N.Y. Times reports.
If Gary Cohn ever wants to head the Federal Reserve, then he's likely to stay right where he is in the Trump administration.
China's government has released a document limiting overseas investment partly due to debt concerns.
Equities were staring down their second straight week of losses as investors took note of the negative trading sentiment seen globally.
U.S. bond prices fell after President Trump decided to remove chief strategist Steve Bannon.
NAFTA may not include Asia, but the trade-dependent region will be watching how the Trump administration handles talks, analysts said.
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