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  1. The Wall Street Journal: Saudi Arabia’s oil minister says it will take time for U.S. production to recover

    Vse.marketwatch.com - Finance 01.17 / 12:50 vse.marketwatch.com
    Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Khalid al-Falih, the oil minister of the world’s largest oil exporter Saudi Arabia, says it will take time for U.S. producers to regain lost ground …
  2. Wall Street eyes earnings, gears up for Trump inauguration

    CNBC - Stocks 01.17 / 10:31 cnbc.com
    U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Tuesday as traders eyed…
  3. Opinion: Why America should be bullish about Wall Street

    Laketahoenews.net - Lifestyle 01.17 / 08:37 laketahoenews.net
    By Andrés Martinez  You should be celebrating the fact that the stock market is soaring. Yes, I’m talking to you, even if you are not a trust fund baby—make that especially if you are not a trust fund baby. I fear that with all the politicized talk of Wall Street and the images that shorthand […
  4. The Wall Street Journal: Trump says core part of House GOP corporate-tax plan is ‘too complicated’

    Vse.marketwatch.com - Finance 01.17 / 07:20 vse.marketwatch.com
    Trump came out critical in his first comments on a key part of House Republicans’ corporate-tax plan. …
  5. With Wall Street closed, local attention shifts to the REINZ data, and the NZIER's QSBO. Then eyes move to the next dair

    Interest.co.nz - Finance 01.16 / 20:10 interest.co.nz
    TweetBy Jason Wong Interest rate markets have been quiet with the US market closed. Treasury futures have oscillated aimlessly in a tight range and are pretty much at the level of the NZ close. The only news overnight worth mentioning, and even that is debateable, is the IMF upgrading its growth outlook for the US, Europe and Japan and downgrading the emerging market growth outlook, leaving its world growth forecasts unchanged. Trump's policies have been a big factor here, with US…
  6. The Wall Street Journal: The battle to lead the Trump-era Democratic party rages on

    Vse.marketwatch.com - Finance 01.16 / 17:50 vse.marketwatch.com
    A divide was in full view in Phoenix, where Democratic National Committee members from western states gathered over the weekend. …
  7. Trump says sanctions on Russia will remain for the time being, Wall Street Journal reports

    PittsburghPost-World 01.15 / 21:21 post-gazette.com
    MOSCOW -- They’re resetting expectations in Russia for a reboot of relations with the United S…
  8. BlackRock earnings top Wall Street’s expectations as firm boosts dividend

    CNBC - Companies 01.15 / 20:57 cnbc.com
    BlackRock, the world's largest asset management firm, reports mixed fourth-quarter…
  9. The Wall Street Journal: More Democratic lawmakers plan on boycotting Trump’s inauguration

    Vse.marketwatch.com - Finance 01.15 / 19:11 vse.marketwatch.com
    The number of Democratic lawmakers planning to skip Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony Friday is growing, with more joining in the boycott after the president-elect took to Twitter over the weekend to rebuke civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis for saying Trump wasn’t a “legitimate president.” …