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January 5, 2017 Swedish Six-Hour Workday Runs Into Trouble: It’s Too CostlySource: Bloomberg
Swedes looking forward to a six-hour workday just got some bad news: the costs outweigh the benefits.
January 5, 2017 Investment tips for 'millennials'Source: Daily Iowegian
f you are a “millennial” – a member of the age cohort born anywhere from the early 1980s to the late 1990s – then you’re still in the early chapters of your career, so it may be a stretch for you to envision the end of it.
January 5, 2017 10 U.S. jobs vanishing at an alarming rateSource: CBS News
CareerCast, a job search company that tracks “endangered” jobs, has some surprising predictions about occupations most in danger of disappearing over the next several years.
January 5, 2017 Fed Officials See Gradual Rate Hikes as Upside Risks DebatedSource: Bloomberg
Federal Reserve officials focused on the impact of potential fiscal stimulus during their December policy meeting, with many starting to worry that the central bank might eventually be forced to quicken the pace of interest-rate...
January 5, 2017 How prepared is Britain for Brexit?Source: CNN
The fact that the email was sent from a man of his stature, more damningly, betrays how unprepared the government is for a fistfight with Brussels when the time comes for those negotiations. ?
January 5, 2017 The Oil Trade That Shows Where OPEC’s Cuts Are Starting to BiteSource: Bloomberg
As OPEC starts to make its production cuts work, the true impact of its actions is perhaps most in evidence in an obscure part of the physical oil market.
January 4, 2017 In Blow to ‘Brexit’ Plans, Britain’s Top Envoy to E.U. ResignsSource: NY Times
LONDON — Complicating his country’s already fraught preparations for exiting the European Union, Britain’s top diplomat in Brussels resigned unexpectedly on Tuesday, less than three months before withdrawal negotiations are...
Source: The Street
The expected rollback in banking regulation under President-elect Donald Trump is "really good" for banks and means the "pond is definitely getting bigger," Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick said on CNBC's "Squawk on the...
January 4, 2017 Stocks Climb in Volatile Session(Tues.)Source: Wall Street Journal
U.S. stocks climbed in a volatile session Tuesday, their first trading day of 2017. The day began with a surge in shares of financial companies, which helped the Dow Jones Industrial Average jump more than 175 points shortly...
January 4, 2017 Mortgage rates, home sales and prices seen rising in 2017Source: Washington Post
Economists predict mortgage rates will continue to climb next year, just one of the trends that suggest 2017 could be a more challenging year for homebuyers
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