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From Reuters: Oil falls due to caution over first phase of U.S.-China trade deal Oil prices fell more than 2% on Monday as scant details...

8 things I do with my credit cards now so I'm not sorry in January

8 THINGS I DO WITH MY CREDIT CARDS NOW SO I'M NOT SORRY IN JANUARY

Westend61/Getty Images I pay over $4,000 a year in annual fees for credit cards , so every year I audit my cards to make sure I'm getting...

 
 
 
Trump's Weak Sanctions May Only Help Erdogan

TRUMP'S WEAK SANCTIONS MAY ONLY HELP ERDOGAN

Despite his vow to “destroy” Turkey's economy, the U.S. president could help its leader escape the wrath of Congress.

Millennials say they work to pay the bills - but also because they want to travel

MILLENNIALS SAY THEY WORK TO PAY THE BILLS - BUT ALSO BECAUSE THEY WANT TO TRAVEL

Millennials are most motivated to work by travel and paying their basic expenses each month, according to new data from FlexJobs . A...

 
 
 
Facebook's Libra faces more resistance from finance leaders

FACEBOOK'S LIBRA FACES MORE RESISTANCE FROM FINANCE LEADERS

Facebook is meeting even more resistance to its Libra cryptocurrency as financial officials with some of the world's biggest governments...

Trump to impose sanctions on Turkey over actions in Syria

TRUMP TO IMPOSE SANCTIONS ON TURKEY OVER ACTIONS IN SYRIA

President Donald Trump announced Monday that he will issue an executive order imposing “powerful” sanctions against Turkey for its...

 
 
 
Credit card interest rates are higher than ever, but 8 cards have a lower APR if you need to carry a balance

CREDIT CARD INTEREST RATES ARE HIGHER THAN EVER, BUT 8 CARDS HAVE A LOWER APR IF YOU NEED TO CARRY A BALANCE

You should avoid carrying a balance on your credit card whenever possible, but if you can't pay your statement in full, the annual...

Investment banks have plowed more than $700 billion into fossil fuels since the Paris climate agreement

INVESTMENT BANKS HAVE PLOWED MORE THAN $700 BILLION INTO FOSSIL FUELS SINCE THE PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT

Reuters The world's largest investment banks are pouring billions into fossil fuels. According to the Guardian newspaper, over $700...

 
 
 
Brazil invited as guest country of honor in China Global Tourism Economy Forum

BRAZIL INVITED AS GUEST COUNTRY OF HONOR IN CHINA GLOBAL TOURISM ECONOMY FORUM

Brazil's tourism potential will be a highlight of the 8th edition of the Global Tourism Economy Forum , which is underway in Macao,...

5 reasons I pay a CPA $350 to do my taxes, even though I could do them myself

5 REASONS I PAY A CPA $350 TO DO MY TAXES, EVEN THOUGH I COULD DO THEM MYSELF

ESB Basic/Getty Images As a small business owner, accounting and taxes can take up a lot of time and focus - I'd rather hire a professional...

 
 
 
South Korea's largest hedge fund freezes $710 million as investors try to pull funds

SOUTH KOREA'S LARGEST HEDGE FUND FREEZES $710 MILLION AS INVESTORS TRY TO PULL FUNDS

Lime Asset Management - South Korea's largest hedge fund - has frozen a total of $710 million in withdrawals as investors rush to pull...

Global stocks are dropping on trade war worries after China reportedly wants more talks before signing Trump's deal

GLOBAL STOCKS ARE DROPPING ON TRADE WAR WORRIES AFTER CHINA REPORTEDLY WANTS MORE TALKS BEFORE SIGNING TRUMP'S DEAL

Susan Walsh/AP Photo US stocks are set to fall after Bloomberg News reported that China wants further talks before agreeing to Trump's...

 
 
 
WeWork could hand control to SoftBank as part of rescue package

WEWORK COULD HAND CONTROL TO SOFTBANK AS PART OF RESCUE PACKAGE

SoftBank has prepared a rescue package for WeWork that would give it control over the shared office space company, a person familiar...

World's biggest oil company considers investing in Russian LNG

WORLD'S BIGGEST OIL COMPANY CONSIDERS INVESTING IN RUSSIAN LNG

The Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Saudi Aramco, may become an investor in Russian LNG projects in the future, according to the Russian...

 
 
 
China's surprise slump in exports shows the damage of Trump's trade war - and Goldman Sachs says tariffs are coming despite a partial deal

CHINA'S SURPRISE SLUMP IN EXPORTS SHOWS THE DAMAGE OF TRUMP'S TRADE WAR - AND GOLDMAN SACHS SAYS TARIFFS ARE COMING DESPITE A PARTIAL DEAL

The trade war with the US is continuing to take its toll on Chinese trade as data released on Monday shows that imports and exports...

SoftBank could reportedly take control of WeWork at a valuation below $10 billion as the embattled office rental company seeks bailout options

SOFTBANK COULD REPORTEDLY TAKE CONTROL OF WEWORK AT A VALUATION BELOW $10 BILLION AS THE EMBATTLED OFFICE RENTAL COMPANY SEEKS BAILOUT OPTIONS

WeWork's options to avoid running out of cash could include a SoftBank financing deal that would give the Japanese company - WeWork's...

 
 
 
U.S. Heavy Truck Sales down 5% Year-over-year in September

U.S. HEAVY TRUCK SALES DOWN 5% YEAR-OVER-YEAR IN SEPTEMBER

The following graph shows heavy truck sales since 1967 using data from the BEA. The dashed line is the September 2019 seasonally adjusted...

Earnings season kick off this week. Here are 6 companies to watch - and what to look out for

EARNINGS SEASON KICK OFF THIS WEEK. HERE ARE 6 COMPANIES TO WATCH - AND WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR

This week kicks off third-quarter earnings season, with major US companies revealing how trade war pressures, recession warnings, and...

 
 
 
A hedge-fund wunderkind, top YouTube talent managers, and what Robert Shiller's worried about

A HEDGE-FUND WUNDERKIND, TOP YOUTUBE TALENT MANAGERS, AND WHAT ROBERT SHILLER'S WORRIED ABOUT

You might not have heard of Jesse Cohn, but you've almost certainly heard of the companies he's been shaking up. As Bradley Saacks...

A Wall Street stock chief explains why excitement around Trump's trade 'deal' is misplaced - and warns a recession is still likely

A WALL STREET STOCK CHIEF EXPLAINS WHY EXCITEMENT AROUND TRUMP'S TRADE 'DEAL' IS MISPLACED - AND WARNS A RECESSION IS STILL LIKELY

Investors are underestimating the severity of the US-China conflict by viewing it solely through the lens of trade, according to Ron...