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The U.S. wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Pakistan have cost American taxpayers $6.4 trillion since they began in 2001.
After a huge jump the week before, mortgage refinance demand pulled back sharply last week, likely because borrowers were less worried about rising rates.
Some patients have been reluctant to admit they vape, a critical piece of information for doctors to know.
As advisory firms face risks of phishing, ransomware, email viruses and other targets, there’s one key way for them to know if they’re prepared: Put their systems to the test.
The Policemen’s Annuity and Benefit Fund of Chicago severs ties with Fisher Investments, pulling $67 million.
Facebook announced a slate of new “brand safety” tools for advertisers Wednesday, a way to let advertisers have more control over the content where their ads appear.
Target earnings and sales trounced analysts’ estimates, marking a bright spot in retail after weak reports from department store chains J.C. Penney and Kohl’s.
Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said Wednesday she wants to see how the U.S. economy is performing before making changes to the central bank’s current stance on monetary policy.
Activist investor Carl Icahn, likely the largest short seller of mall debt, stands to gain $400 million or more if mall owners can’t pay or service their debt, traders told the Wall Street Journal Tuesday.
Joining us on the show is Paul Meeks, a Portfolio Manager at Independent Solutions Wealth Management, who gives us his analysis on the strong run by the tech sector on Wall Street and how long it may continue.
Robert Frank reports on the nation’s tax gap and how it may help the government collect one trillion dollars more in tax revenue.
After lagging in the market, health care is making a come back and the outlook could be just what long term investors are looking for. More now to talk about this sector is Damien Conover, Equity Analyst at Morningstar.
Joining us on the show is Joel Bines, Co-Head of Retail Practice at Alix Partners, who gives us his perspective on the recent mixed earnings reports seen from the retail sector.
Eunice Yoon reports on how the business community is extremely concerned with the ongoing Hong Kong protests which may impact the city to lose its position as an international financial hub.
Courtney Reagan reports on the recent disappointing numbers both Home Depot and Kohl’s reported in its latest earnings and how both retailers are addressing this situation with the upcoming holiday shopping season just around the corner.