Futures Movers: Oil prices retreat ahead of Yellen’s speech

Futures Movers: Oil prices retreat ahead of Yellen’s speech

Crude oil prices stepped lower on Friday as market players waited for Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s speech later Friday for hints on U.S. monetary policy. On the New York… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: China taking more collaborative approach to cybersecurity

The Wall Street Journal: China taking more collaborative approach to cybersecurity

China is taking a more inclusive tack in instituting cybersecurity standards for foreign technology companies, allowing them to join a key government committee in an effort to ease foreign concerns… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Top exec at Korea’s embattled Lotte Group found dead

The Wall Street Journal: Top exec at Korea’s embattled Lotte Group found dead

SEOUL — The second-in-command of South Korea’s Lotte conglomerate was found dead early Friday, police said, amid a widening corruption investigation into the company. Lotte Group Vice President Lee In-won… Read more »

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Asia Markets: Nikkei drops, preparing for bad news from Fed

Asia Markets: Nikkei drops, preparing for bad news from Fed

Shares in Asia drifted lower Friday, as investors largely held fire ahead of guidance from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. The S&P/ASX 200 XJO, -0.17%   slipped 0.1% and… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Fed officials meet with activists, try to relieve fears

The Wall Street Journal: Fed officials meet with activists, try to relieve fears

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — Federal Reserve officials sought to reassure a group of labor activists that the central bank isn’t going to cool down the economy just as a stronger… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Swimmer Ryan Lochte wins endorsement deal for ‘forgiving’ throat drop

The Wall Street Journal: Swimmer Ryan Lochte wins endorsement deal for ‘forgiving’ throat drop

Days after losing all his major sponsors, embattled Olympian Ryan Lochte agreed to endorse a throat drop that touts itself as “Forgiving on Your Throat.” “We all make mistakes, but… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Singapore rolls out world’s first self-driving taxis

The Wall Street Journal: Singapore rolls out world’s first self-driving taxis

Singapore became the first country in the world to launch a self-driving taxi service on Thursday, beating ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc. by mere days to public road tests of… Read more »

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Edwards Lifesciences Is A Buy – Cramer's Lightning Round (8/24/16)

Edwards Lifesciences Is A Buy – Cramer's Lightning Round (8/24/16)

Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money Program, Wednesday, August 24. Bullish Calls Edwards Lifesciences (NYSE:EW): “I like Edwards Lifesciences, because that new device makes… Read more »

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How To Survive A Flash Crash – Cramer's Mad Money (8/24/16)

How To Survive A Flash Crash – Cramer's Mad Money (8/24/16)

Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday, August 24. There have been two flash crashes in the past six years, one of them… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump trade accusations of racism, corruption

The Wall Street Journal: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump trade accusations of racism, corruption

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump’s campaign is built on prejudice and paranoia. Presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump delivered searing indictments of one another Thursday, trading… Read more »

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