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  • 8 Things You Should Never Keep in Your Wallet

    Thinkstock That overstuffed wallet of yours can't be comfortable to sit on. It's probably even too clunky to lug around in a purse, too. And with every new bank slip that bulges from the seams, your personal ...
  • A recession is coming — so hide in gold, says influential investor Raoul Pal

    Former hedge-fund manager Raoul Pal, who predicted the 2008 financial crisis, tells MarketWatch where he thinks investors should park their money for the next 12 months and why a recession is inevitable....

  • The $17 billion Walgreens-Rite Aid deal looks like it's in trouble

    Traders have lost faith in Walgreens' giant deal to buy Rite Aid. Rite Aid's shares were sliding...

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  • T-Mobile fined $48M over slowing 'unlimited' data plans

    T-Mobile, the country's No. 3 wireless carrier, will pay $48 million for not clearly telling customers how "unlimited" data plans weren't really, well, unlimited. The Federal Communications Commission ...

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  • 10 Worst States for Taxes on Your Retirement Nest Egg

    iStock Retirees have special concerns when evaluating state tax policies. For instance, the mortgage might be paid off, but how bad are the property taxes--and how generous are the property-tax breaks ...
  • Fiat Chrysler recalls 224K Jeeps; air bags may not work

    DETROIT (AP) — Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 224,000 Jeep Wrangler SUVs worldwide because the air bags may not inflate in a crash.

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  • Kinder Morgan Claims Progress, Investors Remain Wary

    Kinder Morgan reported third-quarter 2016 results and declared a dividend after markets closed Wednesday.
  • India's Axis Bank says no loss from cyber attack

    Axis Bank Ltd, India's third-biggest private sector lender by assets, said on Wednesday there was no loss to its customers from a recent cyber attack. India's Economic Times newspaper, which first reported the news, said the bank filed a preliminary report about the breach to the regulator, Reserve…

  • Fleeing Brexit to Berlin? Beware red tape, startups say

    Despite a slick campaign to lure companies from London to Berlin after Britain voted to leave the European Union, some of those which have moved say it is not as easy as it first appeared. Following the unexpected referendum decision in June, Germany's liberal Free Democrats hired a truck to drive…

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    ECB decision day

    Simon Derrick, BNY Mellon provides a preview of Mario Draghi's interest rate announcement and whether to expect signs of easing from the ECB president.

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    Obama: Health care law worked, but improvements needed

    President Barack Obama on Thursday defended his namesake health care program, long a target of Republicans and recently criticized by some Democrats, saying millions of Americans "now know the financial ...

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  • Reliance sees strong refining margins backed by solid demand

    India's oil-to-telecoms conglomerate Reliance Industries Ltd (RELI.NS) reported quarterly results on Thursday that were in-line with expectations, and said it expects refining margins to remain strong, driven by rising fuel demand. Reliance, controlled by India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, said…

  • Ecuador curbs Assange's internet to halt US election 'interference'

    Ecuador says it restricted internet access for the WikiLeaks founder at its London embassy to stop interference in the US presidential election.

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  • BIS to hear initial verdict on sterling crash in November

    Central bank officials looking into the factors behind the dramatic fall sterling took on Oct. 7 will make an initial report to the Bank for International Settlements in early November, sources with knowledge of the investigation said. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, who also heads the BIS…

  • Wells scandal shows bank culture still a problem: Fed's Dudley

    The scandal at Wells Fargo & Co , which opened millions of unauthorized accounts, "underscores that we have a lot more work" to do to fix the culture within big U.S. banks, one of the country's top financial regulators said on Wednesday. Last month, Wells Fargo agreed to pay a $190 million…

  • How to ditch your bank

    If you keep your money at a big national bank and the recent headlines about the fake-accounts scandal at Wells Fargo have you worried, it might be time to make a switch. Following these steps can make ...

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