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  1. 3 “Strong Buy” Dividend Stocks from Wall Street

    TipRanks via Yahoo FinanceOct 04 14:42 PM

    Heck, even when a dividend stock goes down in price, it's not all bad news, because the dividend yield (the absolute dividend amount, divided by the stock price) gets richer the more ...

  2. As anti-government protesters fought pitched battles with police in Hong Kong streets last week, a group of bankers in another part of the city were busy taking in billions for the public float ...

  3. U.S. stocks eased on Monday as reports on the U.S.-China trade front kept investors cautious ahead of scheduled talks later in the week. A report that Beijing was increasingly reluctant to agree ...

  4. Oil prices edged lower on Friday, as concerns about China's economy outweighed bullish signals from its refining sector, but losses were limited on hopes for progress toward a U.S.-China trade ...

  5. The euro rose as the dollar weakened and the Swedish crown plunged to a 10-year low against the euro as hopes waned for a breakthrough in U.S-China trade talks. Sweden's open economy makes the ...

  6. Currencies linked with greater investor risk appetite, such as the Australian dollar, jumped on Wednesday after Bloomberg reported China remained open to signing a partial trade deal with the ...

  7. In afternoon trading, the dollar index was down 0.4% at 98.307, after earlier declining to a 3-1/2-month low of 98.197. The euro, meanwhile, rose 0.3% to $1.1040, mirroring the three-week ...

  8. U.S. Poised to Sanction Turkey as Syria Incursion Escalates

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceOct 14 19:35 PM

    The departments of State, Defense and Treasury worked over the weekend to draft the terms, the people said. The Trump administration is leaving open the option of penalties aimed at military ...

  9. US STOCKS-Wall St heads lower as trade deal optimism fades

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceOct 14 13:13 PM

    Trump, however, acknowledged the agreement could still collapse and a handful of media reports and comments from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin left investors feeling less upbeat about ...

  10. “The actual sanctions imposed today are not a big deal, but the U.S. doesn’t actually have to designate entities and individuals to create market crisis,” said Richard Nephew, who served as ...