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    IBM stock pops, then fizzles after executives decline to provide earnings forecast

    A pop in International Business Machines Corp. stock cooled Monday after Big Blue declined to provide...

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    Fintech's ugly month of losses may offer a 'fantastic opportunity' to bargain hunt, say analysts

    Many financial technology stocks extended a recent slump on Monday, but there may be some opportunities...

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    DoorDash stock bounces back from record intraday low, Airbnb avoids biggest stock drop ever

    Airbnb Inc. was headed for its biggest decline on record and DoorDash Inc. hit a new...

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    Putin is lying -- Western sanctions have hurt Russia's economy

    Technology and finance represent the most vulnerable areas for additional sanctions if Putin invades Ukraine again.

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    Oil drops to lowest price in over a week on broad market selloff, as Russia-Ukraine tensions unsettle traders

    Oil prices end at their lowest in more than a week on Monday, caught up in...

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    As food prices climb, here's how farmers have fared

    Even though fertilizer and energy costs have increased, net farm income will be 23% higher in...

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    I’m a stay-at-home mom. My husband wants to take $200K out of our home to fund his business. I want us to have a 50/50 share, but he refuses. What's fair?

    ‘He thinks that because he is the working spouse, and has made all the money over...

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    'Net zero' pledges can amount to greenwashing. This is the better way to reduce deadly carbon emissions

    Many offset programs are based on dubious assumptions and can actually worsen the climate problem. MIT...

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    Inflation isn't the biggest failure of the Fed

    The Fed should be held to account for how badly it is doing on the basic...

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    Is the market crashing? No. Here's what's happening to stocks, bonds as the Fed aims to end the days of easy money, analysts say

    Americans are wondering what's amiss with Wall Street after steep declines in stocks and a surge...

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    Biden's in a race against time to get his presidency on track after his first year in office

    The president faces a number of challenges, including high inflation and an upheaval in investing markets,...

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    'I’m trying not to work people into a downward spiral': Why some parents should brace themselves for a lower tax refund in 2022

    'There’s going to be plenty of people I talk to who are going to be very...

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    ‘Good luck! We’ll all need it’: U.S. market approaches end of ‘superbubble,’ says Jeremy Grantham

    The U.S. is approaching the end of a 'superbubble,' potentially leading to the largest markdown of...

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    My grandmother died, leaving a $1 million estate. I asked my mother what happened to half the money. She said, ‘I spent it.’

    ‘If I ask for any money, she gets irate and tells me that I work, and...

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    No, Wharton students, the average U.S. worker does not make $800,000 and $50 billion of student debt could be wiped away in bankruptcy, report says

    Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories.Fewer U.S. workers belong to labor unions, even as pandemic...

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    JPMorgan paid CEO Jamie Dimon a record $34.5 million last year

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. is paying Chief Executive Jamie Dimon $34.5 million for a record-breaking 2021,...

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    Netflix stands to shed nearly $45 billion in market cap after 'borderline catastrophic' forecast

    Netflix Inc. brought in more than 8 million new subscribers in the holiday quarter, but executives...

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    'Your great-great-great-grandchildren will still be getting immunized against coronavirus': This Mayo Clinic doctor says it's too late to eradicate COVID-19

    Will the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus be eradicated? 'No, it will not,' says Dr. Gregory Poland, who studies...

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    Ukraine, China and climate change tagged as 'Doomsday Clock' holds at 100 seconds to midnight, matching riskiest view ever

    The symbolic measure known as the Doomsday Clock continues to hover at 100 seconds to midnight,...

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    $50 billion of student debt could be wiped away in bankruptcy, report says

    Private student loans held by 2.6 million borrowers could be discharged in federal court, according to...

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    Here's what's coming to Amazon's Prime Video in February 2022

    Get ready for the action drama 'Reacher,' a new season of 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' and...

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    Here's what's coming to Netflix in February 2022 -- along with a price hike

    Shonda Rhimes' 'Inventing Anna,' the spinoff series 'Vikings: Valhalla' and the dating show 'Love Is Blind'...

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    SoFi joins the meme-stock party -- does that mean the parents have come home?

    A fintech lending platform run by a Goldman Sachs alum is not typical meme fodder, but...

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    Citi targets Big Oil in biggest step among major banks on climate change

    Citigroup wants companies across its energy loan portfolio to secure "absolute reduction" of emissions of 29%...

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    At least 6 signs show the stock market is starting to break down

    Here are a few market-based signs that imply more bumps could lie ahead, or at least...

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    Biden sees Build Back Better getting broken up so parts can pass, 'disaster' for Russia if it invades Ukraine

    President Joe Biden speaks Wednesday at a news conference that comes as he faces declining approval...

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    Why roaring U.S. housing market could cool as Fed battles inflation

    Wall Street will be monitoring home price appreciation and how the mortgage market fares as the...

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    Is the stock market open today? Here are the trading hours on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    U.S. stock and bond markets will be closed Monday, January 17 in observance of the life...

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    'We will not beat this pandemic until we stop the spread of the virus at work': Labor unions react to Supreme Court blocking Biden's vaccine mandate

    AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler had some strong words for the the Supreme Court’s ruling to stay...

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    Up to three-quarters of the $800 billion PPP flowed to business owners instead of workers, study finds

    The benefits of the landmark small-business relief program designed at the height of the pandemic mostly...

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    Build Back Better may be 'dead,' but Sen. Tim Kaine expects core provisions to pass

    Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., appearing Sunday on CBS News' "Face the Nation," said he's optimistic that...

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    The Federal Reserve needs to 'shock and awe' the market with one big rate hike 'to restore its credibility,' says hedge-fund star Bill Ackman

    Billionaire hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman says the Federal Reserve needs to deliver old-fashioned shock and awe...

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    Supply-chain backlogs may `never' clear as long as U.S. consumer demand persists, says RBC Capital Markets

    If consumption remains elevated, California ports will “never” fully clear the hurdles needed to alleviate the...

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    Get ready for the climb. Here's what history says about stock-market returns during Fed rate-hike cycles.

    As it turns out, during so-called Federal Reserve interest rate-hike cycles, which we seem set to...

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    Who gave a 50-year-old federal agency the power to create a vaccine mandate? Behind the Supreme Court's decision to block Biden's employee mandate

    'OSHA has never before imposed such a mandate,' the conservative members of the Supreme Court wrote...

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    There's one 'surprising similarity' between those who pay bank overdraft fees and those who avoid them

    Bank of America plans to end its $35 'non-sufficient funds' fees next month, and will drop...

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    The average amount of time you have to escape a deadly fire has plummeted in recent years — here's why

    Multiple devastating apartment fires in recent weeks have renewed calls for improved fire safety across the...

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    The pandemic PC boom gave personal computers their biggest year in nearly a decade

    Personal-computer shipments hit their highest annual levels in nearly a decade as the COVID-19 pandemic forced...