List/Grid Monthly Archives: September 2017

Market Extra: October’s performance could decide if stocks have a great, or middling, run deep into 2018

Market Extra: October’s performance could decide if stocks have a great, or middling, run deep into 2018

The market’s hardest period of the year, in terms of historical seasonal patterns, is just about over, though investors can be forgiven if they didn’t realize things were supposed to… Read more »

Key Words: Sunday’s referendum on independence from Spain is not about ethnic nationalism: longtime Catalonian political leader

Key Words: Sunday’s referendum on independence from Spain is not about ethnic nationalism: longtime Catalonian political leader

In a “Lunch With the FT” interview a half-decade ago, longtime Catalonian political leader Jordi Pujol revealed that the drive toward independence for his northeastern Spanish region, unlike similar pushes… Read more »

NewsWatch: October could determine whether stocks have a great or middling move over the coming year

NewsWatch: October could determine whether stocks have a great or middling move over the coming year

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE The market’s hardest period of the year, in terms of historical seasonal patterns, is just about over, though investors can be forgiven if they didn’t realize things… Read more »

Key Words: Bruce Rauner on abortion: Income shouldn’t factor

Key Words: Bruce Rauner on abortion: Income shouldn’t factor

Bruce Rauner, the Republican governor of Illinois, angered the more conservative bloc of his own party with a move on abortion policy this week. Rauner—still stinging from the summer slugfest… Read more »

: Tension grows in Spain as Catalan vote nears—referendum another marker in global independence movement

: Tension grows in Spain as Catalan vote nears—referendum another marker in global independence movement

On the eve of a hotly contested independence referendum in Spain, demonstrations broke out across the country for and against a banned vote that the government is trying to prevent…. Read more »

Trump blasts San Juan mayor after her tearful ’begging’ for greater White House response

Trump blasts San Juan mayor after her tearful ’begging’ for greater White House response

San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz charged Friday that the slow aid response and bureaucratic snarls of FEMA have forced her to put out a global “mayday” for Puerto Rico… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Tillerson, in rare high-level acknowledgment, says U.S. in direct contact with North Korea

The Wall Street Journal: Tillerson, in rare high-level acknowledgment, says U.S. in direct contact with North Korea

BEIJING—The U.S. is in direct contact with North Korea, “probing” to see if Pyongyang is willing to engage in talks despite tensions that remain overheated, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson… Read more »

Aston Martin’s luxury boat lineup now includes a $4 million, 3-person submarine

Aston Martin’s luxury boat lineup now includes a $4 million, 3-person submarine

British auto — and yacht— maker Aston Martin revealed this week the designs for its first submarine, codenamed Project Neptune, which will reportedly set back any Jules Verne adventurer about… Read more »

Key Words: Nephew of Dr. Seuss claims no way beloved books are racist

Key Words: Nephew of Dr. Seuss claims no way beloved books are racist

A nephew of Dr. Seuss is defending the popular late children’s author after a Cambridge, Mass., librarian this week rejected a gift of 10 Seuss books from first lady Melania… Read more »

Yet more bad news for American workers: Pay raises will be dismal next year

Yet more bad news for American workers: Pay raises will be dismal next year

Don’t hold your breath for a bigger pay raise next year. Despite an improving economy and jobs situation, American employers are tightening their belts. Pay raises for U.S. employees are… Read more »

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