Economy

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New Hampshire Voters Explain The Appeal Of Donald Trump

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A Bloomberg Politics focus group of 12 Republican and independent voters say Donald Trump's inexperience in politics and brashness are more assets than liabilities.

September? December? Fed’s Not Saying And Traders Don’t Care

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As the Fed decides when to increase interest rates for the first time in nine years, the bond market is more interested in when the second increase will be.

The U.S. Cities That Americans Are Fleeing

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Many U.S. metropolitan areas that used to be considered popular destinations lost residents to other parts of the nation last year, according to a Bloomberg News analysis.

GOP, Dems Squabble Over Dodd-Frank Impact

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Republicans call the reform act a job killer, while Democrats say it has brought much-needed regulation to the financial industry.

Top Analyst Says China Market Resembles 1929 Crash

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Chinese stocks will decline by an additional 14 percent over the next three weeks as the market demonstrates a trading pattern that mirrors the U.S. crash in 1929, according to Tom DeMark.

U.S. Small Business Loan Program Halted As Demand Exceeds Cap

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The Small Business Administration said it reached the $18.75 billion cap for its main loan guarantee program, forcing it to halt the funding of new loans.

Dodd: Financial Industry Culture Improved Dramatically Since Dodd-Frank

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Former Senator Chris Dodd said the law that bears his name is responsible for dramatically improving the corporate culture at financial services companies.

VIEW: Bill Gross Gets Inside Fed's Head On Rate Increase

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China’s stock market has crashed. A Greek default is certain. U.S. economic data is weak...

Some Employees Want Employer To Provide A Financial Advisor, Study Says

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Additional financial education resources are desired from employers, according to an Activehours study.

Gundlach Does Junk Bond Risk Dance Seeing No Rate Rise In 2015

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Bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach said he doesn’t see the Federal Reserve raising interest rates in 2015 even as Fed Chair Janet Yellen reiterated the central bank remains on course for such a move.

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