Capitol Report: White House’s Cohn backs return to Glass-Steagall law: report

White House economic adviser Gary Cohn told lawmakers in a private meeting he supports a policy that could separate their consumer-lending business from their investment banks, Bloomberg reported.

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The right stuff: first jobs of America’s astronauts

NEW YORK (Reuters) – While many dream about what is beyond our horizon on Earth, some actually get to see outer space up close.

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We should nurture, not ax, U.S. programs for older volunteers

CHICAGO (Reuters) – What to say about a federal program that helps enable 245,000 U.S. seniors to tutor kids, renovate homes and teach English to immigrants?

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Futures Movers: Oil prices pull back in step with global market jitters, U.S. supply rise

Oil settled modestly higher in the U.S., but well off session highs in the wake of the Energy Information Administration reporting a surprise increase in crude supplies last week.

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Asia Markets: Nikkei drops to 4-month low as Asian markets pull back

Stocks in Japan hit lows for the year following a down day on Wall Street, as global investors fretted over the direction of U.S. policy and its effects on asset prices.

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Panera Bread’s $7.5 billion takeover may trigger a wave of restaurant deals

The takeover by JAB Holding Co. is the fourth and biggest U.S. restaurant deal in the year so far.

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The Wall Street Journal: Elizabeth Holmes owes Theranos $25 million

Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Holmes, whose once-$5 billion stake in her blood-testing firm has shriveled amid regulatory and legal challenges, also owes her company about $25 million, people familiar with the matter said.

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Post offices could give low-income Americans access to financial services

Would you or should you bank at the post office?

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Market Extra: The stock market just blew its biggest lead since February 2016

What a whiff. After staging what was shaping up to be a healthy stock-market surge, equity-index benchmarks closed squarely in the red and registering their worst reversal since February.

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