Need to Know: Bring on rising bond yields, trade worries — this stock doesn’t care

Our call of the day is taking a break from bond yields, trade wars or the global growth outlook.

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To invest successfully in marijuana stocks, avoid this one thing

Misleading analysis can lead you astray — look for the telltale signs.

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Mega Millions jackpot tops half a billion dollars, so what time is the drawing?

There hasn’t been a Mega Millions jackpot winner since July.

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Market Snapshot: Stock futures fall, S&P 500 could notch longest losing streak since November 2016

U.S. stock-index futures inch lower on Wednesday, suggesting the major indexes would extend their recent downtrend as investors monitor a rise in bond yields and the implications it could have on equity prices.

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This bank fee has risen 53% over the last decade

The good news: It’s avoidable. The bad news: Plenty of bank customers still get stung.

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The Wall Street Journal: Hurricane Michael, now a Category 3 storm, bears down on Florida Panhandle

Hurricane Michael gathered steam over the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday while moving toward the Florida Panhandle, which is bracing for fierce winds and life-threatening flooding.

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The Margin: $470 million Mega Millions jackpot: Here are Tuesday’s winning numbers

The dream of winning a cool half-billion dollars was on the mind of tens of millions of hopeful lottery players Tuesday.

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Asia Markets: Stocks in Hong Kong, China try to stay afloat; Nikkei slips

Asian stock markets were mixed in early Wednesday trading.

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The Wall Street Journal: Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy

Sears Holdings Corp. has hired M-III Partners LLC to prepare a bankruptcy filing that could come as soon as this week, according to people familiar with the situation, as the cash-strapped company that once dominated American retailing faces a debt payment deadline.

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NewsWatch: Here’s what Trump’s ethanol plan means for farmers, refiners and motorists

President Donald Trump’s plans to allow the sale of a higher concentration of ethanol in gasoline throughout the year would appease U.S. corn farmers who have been stung by low corn prices and the U.S.-China trade dispute and likely even lead to lower prices at the pump. Some refiners and older car engines, however, may pay the price.

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