Asia Markets: Asian markets rise, brushing off disappointing economic data from China

Asian stock markets gained in early trading Wednesday as trade tensions eased and despite weaker-than-expected manufacturing data from China.

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The Margin: New York said to tell Amazon: Bring HQ2 and we’ll rename a toxic creek after you

Along with tax breaks, tax credits and public subsidies, add a toxic river to the list of reported perks cities are offering Amazon.com Inc. as they vie to be the home of its massive second headquarters.

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President Trump, migrant caravans and the science behind the allure of #fakenews

False stories like the one shared by wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas may be more appealing during uncertain times.

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Market Extra: ‘Godfather’ of chart analysis says ‘damage done to the stock market’ is much, much worse’ than anyone is talking about

Prominent market technician Ralph Acampora says that the stock market is in bad shape and it’s worse than many Wall Street investors appreciate.

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Cash is king again, but that may be a bad sign that another recession is looming

Interest rates on two-year certificates of deposit have just cracked 3%.

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The Moneyist: I paid off my wife’s student loans—then she filed for divorce after two years of marriage

This husband feels like his wife used him for his money.

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Market Snapshot: Stocks try for rebound after Monday’s gut-wrenching reversal

Stock-index futures on Monday are set to open slightly higher on Tuesday, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average staged an ugly reversal to end the session with a triple-digit loss, partly on the back of tariff worries.

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Futures Movers: Oil deepens late-October retreat, heads for more than 2-month lows

Oil prices decline Tuesday with investor focus returning to another potential build in U.S. crude supplies.

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Europe Markets: Europe stocks decline amid mixed earnings results, downbeat data

European stocks were having a mixed session on Tuesday, with earnings news mixed and data showing signs of a struggle for the eurozone economy.

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People are nearly waist-deep in water as flooding covers Venice

The nickname “the floating city” has never been more appropriate.

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