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Japanese Automakers Built 4 Million Vehicles in the US Last Year

According to a new report out Tuesday from the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) USA, Japan-based automakers manufactured nearly 4 million vehicles in the United States last year at 24 ...
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North Korea: Country and Military by the Numbers

Less than two weeks ago, the government of North Korea launched a ballistic missile that flew over the Japanese island of Hokkaido before falling into the ocean. Last week the ...
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North Korea Thumbs Nose at World, Launches Another Missile Over Japan

North Korea is not backing down. Flouting international condemnation, the isolated rogue nation fired a ballistic missile over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido Friday. The launch is the second ...
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North Korea: Country and Military by the Numbers

The government of North Korea launched a ballistic missile Thursday evening that flew over the Japanese island of Hokkaido before falling into the ocean. This is the second such North ...
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Can North Korea Really Destroy Tokyo?

Can North Korea actually destroy Tokyo, with a population of almost 13 million people, in a nuclear holocaust? It sounds like the stuff of a Cold War novel from a ...
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6 Most Important Things in Business Today

The European Union will tighten the screening process for foreign takeovers of companies, according to the Financial Times. Among the reasons may be a surge in China's mergers and acquisitions, ...
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Credit Suisse Calls New US Dollar Bear Market to Last for Years

Not that long ago, the strong dollar was hurting the earnings and revenues of many of the top international companies based in the United States. And it is well known ...
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Phillip Morris Second-Quarter Earnings Up in Smoke

Phillip Morris International Inc. (NYSE: PM) released its most recent quarterly results before the markets opened on Thursday. The cigarette giant posted $1.14 in earnings per share (EPS) and $6.9 ...
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After Years of Gains, Clean Energy Investment Is on the Decline

Call it global warming. Call it climate change. Maybe it's a nuance, or maybe your political stance determines how you feel about this debate. 24/7 Wall St. has tracked investment ...
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aces

If Japan Legalizes Gambling, These 4 Companies Could Be Huge Winners

In the constant race for governments to find a way to generate tax revenue, gambling always ends up as the proverbial last resort. But when used properly, not only does ...
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Pearl Harbor memorial

75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor: 13 Stats Then vs Now

A day that will live in infamy was now 75 years ago. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor launched the United States into World War II, with a formal war declaration ...
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Unhealthy Person

Cempra Rises on Late-Stage Trial

Shares of Cempra Inc. (NASDAQ: CEMP) saw a handy gain early on Monday after Toyama Chemical announced that it had begun Phase 3 clinical trials with solithromycin in Japan for patients ...
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Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs Issues Upside 2017 Macro Outlook: Trump, GDP, Taxes and Policy

If there is one brokerage research firm that can turn the heads of all investors at once it would have to be Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS). After all, ...
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Global Tally of Negative Interest Rates Continues to Decline

For those of you who view negative interest rates on sovereign debt as a tax, there is good news. For those of you who want to use sovereign debt as ...
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Money

Risks Becoming More Clear in Long-Dated Treasuries as Yields Keep Rising

Nothing lasts forever, and maybe that applies to incredibly low interest rates. The pressure remains high against bond prices as October gets off to a start. U.S. Treasury yields have ...
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