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Bernie Sanders wants to raise a lot of money from Wall Street. His plan is to demand it in the form of a financial-transaction tax.
13.02.2016U.S. Stocks Stage Strong Rally, But End Week in the Red
Major stock indexes posted weekly losses, putting a damper on a rally Friday in recently battered commodities and banking shares. The Dow Jones Industrials gained 313 points yet finished the week down 1.4%.
12.02.2016Oil Soars 12.3% on Production Cut Hopes
Oil prices rallied, rebounding from a 13-year low reached the previous day, on speculation of production cuts among some of the world’s biggest suppliers.
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Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Friday’s session are DuPont, Nike, and KB Home.
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Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Thursday’s session are Bed Bath & Beyond, GoPro, and Nike.
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Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Wednesday’s session are Google Inc., and Barnes and Noble Inc.
12.02.2016‘Deadpool’ could break ‘Fifty Shades’ record for Valentine’s Day weekend
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14.02.2016Capitol Report: After Scalia death, debate starts on whether Obama should pick nominee
Associate Justice Antonin Scalia had not even been officially been proclaimed dead before debate started in earnest whether President Barack Obama should be the one who gets to pick the replacement.
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Reports late Saturday that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, known for his steadfast conservatism and the sarcastic tone of many of his opinions, had been found dead in Texas were quickly followed up on Twitter by speculation as to the future makeup of the high court, with figures on the political right coalescing around the notion that the responsibility for nominating a successor should fall to the next president — with Inauguration Day nearly 11 full months away.