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World Trade Set for Slowest Yearly Growth Since Global Financial Crisis

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WTO cuts world trade growth forecast to 1.7% in 2016 By PAUL HANNON and WILLIAM MAULDIN Wall Street Journal Updated Sept. 27, 2016 5:16 p.m. ET   World trade will this year grow at the slowest pace since the global

16-YEAR-OLD MADE $43,000 ON THESE STOCKS IN 3 YEARS

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Sudarshan Sridharan may not have been old enough to drive a Tesla, but that didn’t stop him from profiting on the stock. Unlike most 16-year-olds, Sridharan manages about a quarter of a million dollars of his parents’ retirement money. It

AEROJET ROCKETDYNE REFINANCES DEBT.

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Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc., the aerospace company that is one of the Sacramento area’s largest employers, said Monday that it will refinance its long-term debt, gaining financial flexibility and saving about $20 million a year in future interest payments. Aerojet’s

IT’S 1995 AGAIN for Dollar Traders Bracing for Trade War Trouble.

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Back in 1995, an international trade dispute between the U.S. and Japan helped drive a 25 percent plunge in the dollar versus the yen. Now, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump heading into the November presidential election pledging to reshape

DOW JUMPS 130 POINTS ON EASING BREXIT FEARS

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Wall Street’s Brexit headache just got a dose of relief. Will it last?   The Dow soared as many as 271 points on Monday before closing with a gain of 130 points. The advance was fueled by a series of

BRITISH MPS CRITICISE ‘SMALL’ GOOGLE TAX DEAL

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An influential group of MPs has criticised an agreement between Google and the tax authority over how much the company has to pay in back taxes. The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) said the £130m (~ $181) settlement “seems disproportionately small”,

INTEREST RATES IN AMERICA. BUCKLE UP!

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Since interest rates hit rock-bottom in 2009, the Federal Reserve has repeatedly made optimistic forecasts about when they would start rising, only to delay the big day again and again. If the Fed has been a bullish coach, the markets

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