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The latest financial news from the reporters at Yahoo Finance.

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The latest financial news from the reporters at Yahoo Finance.

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More politics than finance

By Jeff N - Attica - Apr 16 2020
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Finance review should be about finance the markets and such. There is quite a bit of political bias that is front and center. Very little finance news. They could be explaining the economic stimulus package that congress passed and how it impacts individuals and business but no let’s put down the leadership

More about politics than finance news. Stop bashing democrats

By tdbidc jyjmnb - Feb 28 2020
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Horrible

iTunes Ratings

27 Ratings
Average Ratings
17
4
1
0
5

More politics than finance

By Jeff N - Attica - Apr 16 2020
Read more
Finance review should be about finance the markets and such. There is quite a bit of political bias that is front and center. Very little finance news. They could be explaining the economic stimulus package that congress passed and how it impacts individuals and business but no let’s put down the leadership

More about politics than finance news. Stop bashing democrats

By tdbidc jyjmnb - Feb 28 2020
Read more
Horrible
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Rank #1: A Biden win might boost markets, not quash them

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Joe Biden wants to raise taxes, eliminate corporate tax breaks and impose new regulations. With Biden surging ahead of President Trump in 2020 election polls, investors are beginning to worry that a Biden presidency could end the market-friendly policies Trump has propagated. But maybe not. If Biden beats Trump in November, some parts of his agenda could ease the burden on American businesses—especially on trade.

Jul 07 2020

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Rank #2: 7/6 Companies filing for bankruptcy use loophole to give CEOs huge bonuses

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The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has left many companies no choice but to file for bankruptcy. But before they do, many dole out generous bonuses to CEOs and other executives before they run out of cash.

Jul 06 2020

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Rank #3: 7/3 Almost 12 million children live in a household that missed rent or mortgage payments during COVID-19: survey

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More households paid rent and mortgage payments during the pandemic than expected — but some households, particularly those with children, have struggled to make ends meet during the pandemic. Almost 12 million children in the U.S. live in a household that missed rent or mortgage payments in May — and parents were less confident in their ability to pay in June, according to a U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey report.

Jul 03 2020

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Rank #4: ‘There is no precedent’: Record-breaking U.S. deficits are coming

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Even before the current economic crisis, the federal budget deficit was approaching record levels. Now, after multiple waves of economic stimulus, budget watchers have watched the red ink rise to a level never before seen. “We will have spent as much in the first six months of this crisis as we did on stimulus over five years during the Great Recession,” said Marc Goldwein of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a bipartisan DC think tank.

Jul 02 2020

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Rank #5: Fed Chair Powell warns of economic fallout from a 'second outbreak'

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell expressed worry that the U.S. economy is not out of the woods yet, telling Congress Tuesday that failure to properly contain the spread of COVID-19 will set back the recovery. “A second outbreak could force government and force people to withdraw again from economic activity,” Powell said in testimony to the House Financial Services Committee alongside Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Jul 01 2020

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Rank #6: Here's what the most sophisticated investors are doing with their cash during the market rally

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Day traders are having a moment as they sit home without sports and trade a stock market surprisingly melting up during a major global health crisis. But this group of rebels ginned up on recent gains in the equity market may want to phone a few pros in the financial services sector. Because the most sophisticated investors around are starting to get a bit worried if the markets have gotten overextended for a host of reasons, suggests the father of online trading.

Jun 30 2020

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Rank #7: CEO on Trump’s visa ban: ‘Cutting off others’ will not lead US to prosperity

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President Trump’s visa ban has shaken the collective business community. But the tech industry is among the most severely affected, and executives have reacted swiftly and vociferously, expressing frustration and disapproval with the decision. Trump signed an executive order on Monday that prevents hundreds of thousands of foreigners looking to work in the United States through the end of 2020.

Jun 29 2020

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Rank #8: Would a president Joe Biden ruin your stock portfolio?

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Signs are starting to emerge that the stock market is getting a little worried about how a president Joe Biden would impact corporate profits and by extension the valuations on equities. “I think it’s [the election] starting to matter a little bit more to daily market performance. I would say really over the past few weeks as we’ve seen the betting odds increase of a Democratic sweep.

Jun 26 2020

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Rank #9: A scary number' of retail companies are facing bankruptcy amid the coronavirus pandemic

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GNC has walked through death’s door after knocking on it for years. And it’s likely others will follow suit this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues its devastation of America’s retail sector. The 85-year-old vitamin seller filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after years of battling waning sales and a debt load north of $1 billion. GNC plans to shutter up to 1,200 stores across the U.S. The company operates more than 5,800 stores. Meantime, fellow debt-laden mall dweller J.C.

Jun 25 2020

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Rank #10: 5 stocks to buy with the stock market skyrocketing again

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The stock market is back in major rally mode again after a brief downdraft. So, instead of trying to fight the tape as they say on Wall Street trading floors, why not back up the truck and search for additions to the portfolio. Market experts we talk with are divided on what should be the precise investor attack plan right now considering the market has rallied more than 40% off the March 23 lows, according to Yahoo Finance Premium data.

Jun 24 2020

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