Key Words: Hard-line U.K. conservative says Johnson pact could still result in no-deal EU exit

Key Words: Hard-line U.K. conservative says Johnson pact could still result in no-deal EU exit

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves the European Council after the Brexit-dominated European Union leaders summit in Brussels, Belgium October 18, 2019. A member of Parliament who voted against three… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Stock-index futures slip but on track for positive week as earnings season begins

Market Snapshot: Stock-index futures slip but on track for positive week as earnings season begins

U.S. stock-index futures were flat to slightly lower Friday morning after data showed China’s economic growth slowing further in the third quarter, with investors looking for direction at the end… Read more »

The MarketWatch Q&A: Stan Van Gundy says these NBA teams are best at ‘Moneyball’ — and that he used to beat his brother Jeff at one-on-one

The MarketWatch Q&A: Stan Van Gundy says these NBA teams are best at ‘Moneyball’ — and that he used to beat his brother Jeff at one-on-one

Stan Van Gundy is part of one of the most famous and funny brother duos in basketball. He and his brother Jeff have coached in the NBA and are now… Read more »

London Markets: British pound steady ahead of vote on Brexit deal called ‘too close to call’

London Markets: British pound steady ahead of vote on Brexit deal called ‘too close to call’

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves the European Council after the Brexit-dominated European Union leaders summit in Brussels, Belgium October 18, 2019. The British pound was nearly steady Friday ahead… Read more »

The U.S. is the No. 1 most generous country in the world for the last decade

The U.S. is the No. 1 most generous country in the world for the last decade

By Personal finance reporter The United States has been the most generous country in the world over the past decade. That’s the conclusion of the World Giving Index, a ranking… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Stock-index futures edge higher, on track for positive week as earnings season begins

Market Snapshot: Stock-index futures edge higher, on track for positive week as earnings season begins

U.S. stock-index futures were flat to slightly higher Friday morning after data showed China’s economic growth slowing further in the third quarter, with investors looking for direction at the end… Read more »

U.S. tariffs on $7.5 billion E.U. goods starts Friday

U.S. tariffs on $7.5 billion E.U. goods starts Friday

U.S. consumers may soon begin to pay more for their favorite imported whisky or French cheese after some European businesses that export to America will from Friday start to feel… Read more »

What to know before switching to Medicare Advantage

What to know before switching to Medicare Advantage

Medicare has many options available to older and sick Americans — are you sure you’ve got the right plan? Open enrollment for Medicare, which is the period when people can… Read more »

Futures Movers: Oil buoyed by drawdown in product inventories

Futures Movers: Oil buoyed by drawdown in product inventories

Oil futures traded higher Friday, but remained on track for a weekly loss, with support tied to a fall in U.S. product inventories despite a large jump in crude stocks…. Read more »

Need to Know: Why the bull market won’t end with a typical crash, says hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio

Need to Know: Why the bull market won’t end with a typical crash, says hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio

The U.S. and China may be nearing a tentative, partial trade agreement but the IMF’s new leader has warned the trade truce won’t be enough to boost global growth. Another… Read more »

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