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    The Wall Street Journal: Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner may get top White House role

    Donald Trump’s son-in-legislation, who became an in depth adviser in the presidential marketing campaign, is more likely to take a prime White home job, folks familiar with the presidential transition say. Jared Kushner, who has emerged as a lightning rod as departures have hooked up in latest days from the crew vetting...

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    Market Extra: Velocity of Trump-fueled Treasury selloff has Wall Street spooked

    10-12 months note yields, used to set loan rates and extra, are at their best possible in...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Korea Line wins bid to purchase Hanjin Shipping assets

    shipping operator Korea Line Corp. won a contest for some belongings of bankrupt Hanjin shipping Co., whose collapse in late August stranded billions of dollars in cargo at sea, disrupting provide chains world-broad. In a surprise resolution, a Seoul court docket on Monday awarded Korea Line 005880, -eleven.84%  , a midsize bulk-transport...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Paul Ryan expected to keep House speaker position

    only a week ago, home Speaker Paul Ryan’s standing seemed a bit of dicey. however Donald Trump’s unexpected presidential victory has bolstered the Wisconsin Republican’s job safety, despite tensions between the 2 right through the marketing campaign. home Republicans are expected to choose Ryan as their nominee to be speaker this week...

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    Clinton will move quickly to fill top Wall Street supervisory job at Fed: report

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, if elected, will move quick to appoint somebody to function the Federal Reserve vice chairman for supervision,in keeping with a Wall boulevard Journal report Tuesday. Aides for the Democratic presidential candidate have shared this plan with financial trade exchange groups, the paper mentioned, quoting two individuals accustomed...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Korean prosecutors raid Samsung offices amid presidential scandal

    SEOUL — South Korean prosecutors raided the offices of Samsung Electronics Co. early Tuesday morning amid allegations that the South Korean expertise company gave cash to a close buddy of President Park Geun-hye who has been accused of exerting affect over government affairs. A spokesman for Seoul important District Prosecutor’s place of...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Dollar, Mexican peso gain after FBI says no evidence against Clinton

    The U.S. dollar and the Mexican peso remained superior in early afternoon Asia change on Monday, after the FBI said no new evidence used to be found to warrant costs in opposition to Hillary Clinton within the investigation of her emails just two days sooner than the U.S. election. The announcement Sunday...

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    HBO owner Time Warner posts Q3 profit, revenue above Wall Street expectations

    Time Warner Inc. shares TWX, -zero.eighty three% rose as so much as 2.4% in premarket alternate on Wednesday after the media and entertainment company mentioned 1/3-quarter revenue and earnings that were above Wall street expectations. Time Warner mentioned web income of $ 1.47 billion, or $ 1.87 per share for the quarter,...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Wal-Mart shakes up e-commerce executive ranks

    A management shake-up is hitting Wal-Mart shops Inc.’s e-commerce operations as Jet.com founder Marc Lore takes the helm, a sign the net entrepreneur is transferring swiftly to put his stamp on the large retailer. a number of e-commerce executives are leaving the corporate within the wake of the $ three.3 billion purchase...

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    Wall Street v Main Street

    Let’s block commercials! (Why?) industry and finance

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    The Wall Street Journal: Trump campaign energized by fresh Clinton email news

    Getty images Republican Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump after a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Oct....

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    The Wall Street Journal: Venezuela government, opposition announce surprise talks

    CARACAS, Venezuela — the government and the leading opposition alliance said Monday they’d meet to get to the bottom of the united states’s political challenge, in a shock announcement that came just a day after opposition lawmakers vowed to take away President Nicolás Maduro from power. the advance followed a gathering between...

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    The Wall Street Journal: In Spain, months of political deadlock end as warring parties reach agreement

    MADRID — Mariano Rajoy, a outstanding goal of the antiestablishment fervor rising across Europe, used to be assured of re-election as high minister when his Socialist competitors conceded defeat Sunday, ending Spain’s 10-month leadership deadlock. Socialist leaders, in a reversal, steered their birthday party’s lawmakers to abstain when Parliament considers his candidacy...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Porn actress accuses Donald Trump of propositioning her

    l. a. — An grownup movie actor mentioned Saturday she was once kissed and propositioned with the aid of Donald Trump 10 years in the past at a golf event in Lake Tahoe. Jessica Drake, who seems in pornographic movies, is the newest lady to publicly accuse the Republican nominee of undesirable...

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    The Wall Street Journal: AT&T to buy Time Warner in $85.4 billion cash-and-stock deal

    AT&T Inc. has reached an agreement to purchase Time Warner Inc. for $ eighty five.four billion in a deal that might develop into the telephone company right into a media large. The wi-fi provider agreed to pay $ 107.50 a share, evenly cut up between money and stock. the businesses mentioned they...

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    The Wall Street Journal: New York cracks down on Airbnb, making it illegal to list short-term rentals

    big apple Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law one of the crucial nation’s toughest measures targeting quick-time period rental rentals, a blow to Airbnb Inc., which had recently sought to placate lawmakers in one in every of its most necessary local markets. The law lets in for fines of up to $ 7,500...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Stock market shuts as Hong Kong braces for typhoon

    HONG KONG — Hong Kong was bracing for the affect of storm Haima on Friday, as one of the most strongest storms to hit town this year shut down the stock market and disrupted flights. Many flights at Hong Kong’s international airport had been canceled or delayed, whereas Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd....

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    Cree shares drop as profit outlook falls short of Street targets

    Cree Inc. CREE, +1.sixty one% shares fell in the extended session Tuesday after the sunshine-emitting diode maker’s outlook fell beneath Wall street estimates. Cree shares fell 9.three% to $ 22.86 after hours. For the fiscal 2nd quarter, Cree forecast adjusted revenue from continuing operations of 4 cents to 10 cents a share,...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Kurdish, Iraq forces capture 17 villages surrounding Mosul

    Kurdish and Iraqi forces captured 17 villages round Mosul on Monday, Iraq’s militia said, but Islamic State slowed their improve with heavy mortar hearth that signaled a doubtlessly fierce battle for the militant group’s closing major stronghold in Iraq. the first day of the high-stakes struggle for Iraq’s 2d-biggest city—located near the...

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    Celanese shares rise after earnings top Street view

    Celanese Corp. CE, +0.33% shares evolved in the extended session Monday after the distinctiveness supplies company topped Wall boulevard revenue estimates. Celanses shares rose 3.2% to $ 65.58 after hours. the company said adjusted 0.33-quarter earnings of $ 1.67 a share on earnings of $ 1.32 billion. Analysts surveyed through FactSet had...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Samsung offers $100 to loyal Galaxy Note 7 customers

    SEOUL — Samsung Electronics Co. has put a value on the loyalty of its U.S. smartphone shoppers: $ seventy five. On Thursday, the U.S. shopper Product safety fee said it was once formally recalling replacements of the Galaxy word 7 telephones, pronouncing the gadgets “can overheat and capture fireplace, posing severe fireplace...

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    The Wall Street Journal: U.S. warship destroys Yemen rebel sites in cruise missile attack

    The U.S. struck and destroyed three coastal radar websites in Yemen early Thursday in a significant militia response to a series of tried assaults against American warships in up to date days, deepening the us’s function in the u . s .’s protracted civil battle. U.S. personnel aboard the destroyer Nitze launched...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Two ex-bankers charged with forgery in Malaysia’s 1MDB case

    SINGAPORE — Prosecutors charged two former private bankers Monday with forgery and different criminal fees within the newest felony salvo associated to the alleged misappropriation of billions of dollars from Malaysian state building fund 1MDB. Yak Yew Chee, 57, and Yvonne Seah, forty five, had been charged in Singapore’s state courts with...

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    The Wall Street Journal: German terror manhunt ends as police arrest Syrian refugee

    CHEMNITZ, Germany—Police mentioned early Monday that that they had arrested a 22-12 months-outdated Syrian refugee suspected of planning a terror attack in Germany, capping a two-day manhunt. “we are tired but overjoyed,” Saxony’s state police announced on Twitter after the arrest of Jaber Albakr, who had eluded capture right through a police raid...

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    The Wall Street Journal: Messy Brexit could damage EU-U.S. ties: Poland’s deputy prime minister

    Getty pictures contributors grasp a British Union flag and an european flag throughout a pro-ecu referendum adventure...