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Goldman Sachs president says US economy could be ‘accelerating again’ after 2019 lull

Goldman Sachs president says US economy could be ‘accelerating again’ after 2019 lull

"We're seeing that implication of easier policy coming through in the economy and it's become much more of a stimulant," Waldron says.

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Pacific Gas and Electric says it has reached $13.5 billion wildfire settlement

Pacific Gas and Electric says it has reached $13.5 billion wildfire settlement

Pacific Gas and Electric says it has reached a $13.5 billion settlement that will resolve all major claims related to devastating wildfires blamed on its outdated equipment and negligence.

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The tectonic shift in retail is shaking up how stores hire seasonal workers

The tectonic shift in retail is shaking up how stores hire seasonal workers

With consumer preferences shifting, holiday hiring needs have also changed, with more emphasis on speed and e-commerce.

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Elizabeth Warren is preparing a plan to ban mega mergers, allow gig workers to unionize

Elizabeth Warren is preparing a plan to ban mega mergers, allow gig workers to unionize

The legislation would bar mergers involving a company with over $40 billion in annual sales and grant gig workers the power to unionize.

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US weekly jobless claims drop to seven-month low

US weekly jobless claims drop to seven-month low

The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, hitting their lowest level in seven months, suggesting the labor market remains solid even as the...

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Next year will be hard on the housing market, especially in these big cities

Next year will be hard on the housing market, especially in these big cities

Inventory of homes for sale has been falling steadily for several years and is at its lowest on the lowest end of the market.

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US economy grew at a moderate 2.1% annual rate in the third quarter

US economy grew at a moderate 2.1% annual rate in the third quarter

U.S. third-quarter gross domestic product was expected to remain unrevised from its preliminary reading at 1.9%, down slightly from the 2% pace in the second quarter.

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US durable goods orders rebound in October, rising 0.6%

US durable goods orders rebound in October, rising 0.6%

American manufacturing has been hurt by a trade war with China and a slowing global economy. Overall October orders were better than economists had expected.

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Weekly mortgage refinance applications surge as rates remain below 4% for the second straight week

Weekly mortgage refinance applications surge as rates remain below 4% for the second straight week

Continued low mortgage rates are keeping bankers busy, as refinance applications continue to rise. Refinance volume helped push total mortgage application volume up 1.5% last week compared with the...

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Global car sales expected to slide by 3.1 million in steepest drop since Great Recession

Global car sales expected to slide by 3.1 million in steepest drop since Great Recession

Global car sales in 2019 are expected to decline by approximately 3.1 million, the steepest drop since the Great Recession, according to Fitch Ratings.

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