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U.S. stocks were trading mostly lower on Monday after a round of downbeat data on eurozone manufacturing activity that underlined worries over global growth.
Market Snapshot: Dow gains as downbeat eurozone data highlights global slowdown
Gold prices rise Monday to settle at their highest in over two weeks, getting a boost from a round of downbeat data out of the eurozone that underlined worries about global growth prospects, as traders continued to keep an eye on U.S.-China trade talks.
Metals Stocks: Gold ends at highest in over 2 weeks as eurozone data feed global growth fears
New York Fed President John Williams defended the way his bank handled turmoil in the money-markets last week. His predecessor William Dudley also came to his defense.
The Fed: New York Fed president defends his bank from criticism over the way it handled turmoil in money market
Bears contend the stock market’s largely sideways action over the last year signals a top may already be in. But that would be out of keeping with recent history, says one economist.
In One Chart: Is the stock market putting in a top? Here’s why that would be ‘very unusual’ right now
Former Massachusetts Governor and GOP presidential candidate Bill Weld didn’t hold back on his assessment of Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.
Key Words: President Trump has committed treason and ought to consider resigning now, says Republican challenger Bill Weld
The vaping-related lung disease that has infected more than 500 Americans and caused eight deaths is having a dampening effect on sales of vapes, which were on an upsurge as more states legalize cannabis for medical or recreational use.
Cannabis Watch: Vape sales are falling on fears about the outbreak of vaping-related lung illness
Money flows show a sudden change in investor perception.
Amazon, Netflix and Apple shares are no longer beloved by the average investor
This generation would rather work part-time and cut expenses during retirement, instead of before
Generation X, stop slacking. You need to catch up on saving for retirement
Auto workers don’t have the leverage they once had.
The Conversation: The strike against GM will likely fail
Endeavor Group Holdings Inc., an entertainment powerhouse, is planning an initial public offering that will give investors a rare chance to buy shares in a talent agency.
IPO Report: Entertainment giant Endeavor is going public: 5 things to know ahead of its IPO
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