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Asian stocks steady on firmer Wall Street; pound nurses losses

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan stood little changed, while Japan’s Nikkei edged up 0.1 per cent
Globe and Mail Also reported by •DNAReutersSify

The Wall Street Journal: Manchester bombing accomplices ‘potentially’ still at large


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News video: Wall Street ends flat

Wall Street ends flat 01:11

The S&amp;P 500 eked out a gain, extending its winning streak into a seventh session. Fred Katayama reports.
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News video: Wall Street Preview: Crude Oil Stabilizes

Wall Street Preview: Crude Oil Stabilizes 02:03

U.S. stock futures were mostly lower on Friday, though just barely as crude oil prices stabilized and traders looked ahead to the long holiday weekend. Crude oil prices rebounded on Friday morning..
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News video: Wake Up Wall Street: The FBI Investigate Jared Kushner

Wake Up Wall Street: The FBI Investigate Jared Kushner 01:06

This is what you need to know before the bell: Jared Kushner is being investigated by the FBI as part of a wider Russia probe. The inquiries will examine meetings he had with Russia's U.S. Ambassador..
Source: The Street -

 

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. moves to ‘annihilation tactics’ to eliminate Islamic State


MarketWatch

The Wall Street Journal: Trump returns home, rails on Twitter against leaks, ‘fake news’


MarketWatch

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. may extend laptop ban to all international flights


MarketWatch

After 47 Years, Stephen Lewis Calls It Quits In A Scathing Critique Of Modern Markets

after 47 years, stephen lewis calls it quits in a scathing critique of modern markets
For decades, portfolio managers around the WORLD would receive the periodic "Economics & Policy" newsletter, full of original insights on everything from the markets, to the economy, to geopolitics, as..
Zero Hedge

WATCH: Joy Reid schools Wall Street Journal columnist defending Kushner’s backchannel Russia overtures

Appearing as a guest on Meet the Press, MSNBC host joy Reid shot down a Wall Street Journal columnist who claimed she saw nothing wrong with President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner’s..
Raw Story

Nintendo is reportedly boosting production of Switch consoles

nintendo is reportedly boosting production of switch consoles
Nintendo is ramping up its production order of Switch consoles ahead of the increased demand expected during the 2017 holiday shopping season, reports the Financial Times. The console sold extremely..
The Verge

Route to Air Travel Discomfort Starts on Wall Street

Investors’ relentless emphasis on the bottom line is fueling consumer frustration, and even episodes of air rage.
NYTimes.com Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Elizabeth Warren demands Trump aide’s recusal from privatization scheme

Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Friday demanded that President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser recuse himself from working on the White House’s infrastructure privatization initiative because the..
Raw Story

Does OPEC Have An Exit Strategy?

Oil bulls were unhappy with yesterday's OPEC announcement, which disappointed by adding nothing to the 9 month supply cut extension announcement which had already been leaked and largely priced in..
OilPrice.com

Wall St Weekahead-Switch it up this year: Buy in May, till November stay

"Sell in May and go away" is perhaps the oldest saw on Wall Street, but it appears there's no shortage of U. S. mutual funds doing exactly that this year.
DNA

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