Youngest Athletes to Dominate Their Sport

Many athletes don’t hit their prime until their mid or even late 20s. But some players are just so gifted, they can dominate in professional sports in their early 20s ...
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FOMC Minutes Contain Few Game-Changing Views

If the Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee decision on interest rates at the end of July wasn't strong enough, there is another chance to evaluate the same data from ...
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7 Big Oil & Gas Stocks Analysts Want You To Buy Now

The energy sector used to be rather dominant in the weighting of the S&P 500. In 2019, it's hard to find investors who are all that eager to buy into ...
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Just Over 500,000 Fewer Jobs Created in the US Since 2018

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently announced the preliminary estimate of the upcoming annual benchmark revision to the establishment survey employment series. Accordingly, the U.S. economy had about 501,000 ...
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CBO Boosts Federal Deficit Projection by $809 Billion

In May, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projected a 10-year federal budget deficit of $11.4 trillion. In its latest projection, released Wednesday, the CBO predicts the 10-year deficit will increase ...
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What Analysts Are Saying About Home Depot After Earnings

Home Depot Inc. (NYSE: HD) released its fiscal second-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Tuesday. Although Lowe’s seems to have won this quarter, comparatively speaking, Home Depot still ...
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Defying Logic: Germany Sells 30-Year Bonds for Negative Yields

The media loves pointing to the inverted yield curve, negative interest rates and the imminent recession. There might be a reason why it matters, even if the media keeps jumping ...
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Kinder Morgan Sheds Pipeline and Canadian Subsidiary for $3.3 Billion

Energy infrastructure giant Kinder Morgan Inc. (NYSE: KMI) announced Wednesday morning that it has agreed to sell the U.S. portion of its Cochin pipeline system to Canada's Pembina Pipeline Corp. ...
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Cherokee Nation Set to Exercise Right to Representation in Congress

In December 1835, a minority party of Cherokees signed the Treaty of New Echota with the U.S. government. In exchange for $5 million and new lands in what was then ...
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July Sales of Existing Homes Beat Estimates Even as Prices Rise

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reports that the seasonally adjusted annual rate of existing home sales in July rose 2.5% to 5.42 million from a total of 5.27 million ...
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Why a Psychologist Might Help If You’re in Chronic Pain

An article just published in the Harvard Medical School health blog suggests reasons why your doctor might recommend seeing a psychologist if you’re in chronic pain. “Pain, depression, and anxiety ...
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Only 7,000 People Are Unemployed in This State

Unemployment continues to hover near a five-decade low. In July, the national figure held at 3.7%. However, the rate varies considerably from state to state. One small state had the ...
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What to Expect When Nordstrom Reports After the Close

Nordstrom Inc. (NYSE: JWN) is scheduled to release its fiscal second-quarter financial results after the close. The Wall Street consensus forecast is calling for $0.75 in earnings per share (EPS) ...
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The World’s Healthiest Packaged Food? It’s British, Says a New Study

Forget fish and chips, sticky toffee pudding, and that fat-heavy full English breakfast combination known colloquially as the “heart attack special.” No one is going to claim that foods like ...
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Why This Anthrax Vaccine Study Is Getting a New Cash Injection

Altimmune Inc. (NASDAQ: ALT) shares jumped on Wednesday after the company announced that the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) is modifying its existing anthrax vaccine development contract with ...
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