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The Economic Impact of Major Storms

WSJ What's News

P.M. Edition for September 17th: The economic impact of major storms like Florence can be devastating for individuals. But studies show the impact on the broader economy is often very little. The Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry explains.

8 Min

Sep 17, 2018

Will Housing Market Trends Continue into Fall?

WSJ What's News

A.M. Edition for September 17th: There's plenty of housing data on tap this week, that could indicate whether a somewhat slow summer will continue heading into the fall. The Wall Street Journal's Kate Davidson previews this week's economic data.

8 Min

Sep 17, 2018

An Up Week for Stocks, But Trade Concerns Lurk

WSJ What's News

Stocks were little changed Friday but closed higher for the week. The Wall Street Journal's Mike Wursthorn says trade issues continue to inject uncertainty into the markets.

5 Min

Sep 15, 2018

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9 min
Sep 14, 2018
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P.M. Edition: Fewer homeowners in Florence's path have flood insurance than five years ago. The Wall Street Journal's Leslie Scism says many people don't realize most homeowner insurance excludes flood coverage, which they must buy separately.

10 min
Sep 14, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 14th: This week, Hurricane Hunters have been flying into the eye of Hurricane Florence, to gather essential data about the storm. The Wall Street Journal's Valerie Bauerlein joined them on Tuesday, and describes the experience.

7 min
Sep 13, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 13: In Thursday tweets, President Trump denied the estimated death toll of three thousand from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. He also hit back at comments from JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. More from the Wall Street Journal's Rebecca Ballhaus.

7 min
Sep 13, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 13th: Apple unveiled its latest tech gear, including new iPhones with larger displays, and an Apple Watch with new fitness features. The Wall Street Journal's Tripp Mickle has more on Apple's latest product showcase, and its business strategy.

7 min
Sep 12, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 12: Lobbying groups representing thousands of companies are ramping up their campaign against tariffs on foreign imports, telling the Trump administration the levies will hurt their industries. More from the Wall Street Journal's Andrew Duehren.

8 min
Sep 12, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 12th: With Hurricane Florence on a path toward the East Coast, many are watching the latest forecast maps to track the storm. The Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores has some tips.

7 min
Sep 11, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 11th: It's been four years since One World Trade Center opened, but roughly 20% of the building's office space has yet to be filled. The Wall Street Journal's Peter Grant has more on the challenges of leasing space in the building.

6 min
Sep 11, 2018
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Apple is supersizing its iPhone lineup, aiming to drive profit in its biggest business despite stagnant unit sales. The Wall Street Journal's Tripp Mickle has the details.

9 min
Sep 10, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 10th: CBS CEO Leslie Moonves is stepping down following the publication of a second magazine article detailing sexual misconduct accusations against him. WSJ media reporter Joe Flint discusses CBS's ongoing investigation as well as what could jeopardize a financial settlement between Moonves and CBS.

7 min
Sep 10, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 10th: This week brings the Federal Reserve's Beige Book, the consumer price index, and the latest retail sales numbers. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Chaney has more on the economic data out this week.

6 min
Sep 8, 2018
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Stocks lost ground this week, led by technology. The Wall Street Journal's Amrith Ramkumar says strong revenue growth has helped U.S. stocks, but that could reverse if trade concerns linger.

8 min
Sep 7, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 7th: Elon Musk is back in the spotlight, this time for appearing to smoke marijuana on camera during a live interview with comedian Joe Rogan. The Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins has more on why it's putting Musk under more scrutiny.

9 min
Sep 7, 2018
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Special Edition for September 7: Analysis of the August employment report. Employers added 201,000 jobs to the U.S. economy, and the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.9%. J.P. Morgan Chase's Jim Glassman explains how markets and the Federal Reserve are likely to interpret the data.

7 min
Sep 7, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 7th: Starbucks opens its first store in Italy on Friday. The reserve roastery will offer Italian staples like espresso, and even pizza. But will the strategy bring in Italian customers? The Wall Street Journal's Eric Sylvers has the details.

7 min
Sep 6, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 6th: Harvard University tops the latest Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings, despite a pending affirmative action case. The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn has more on who else landed at the top of the list.

9 min
Sep 6, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 6th: Critics say the Justice Department may be doing President Trump's bidding on media mergers. The Wall Street Journal's Greg Ip says whether the department steps in to the proposed tie-up between Sprint and T-Mobile will test that theory.

9 min
Sep 5, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 5th: Scandal-scarred blood-testing company Theranos is dissolving. The company, once a Silicon Valley darling, said in an email to shareholders this week that it will pay its remaining unsecured creditors in the coming months. The Wall Street Journal's John Carreyrou, author of the book Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup, has more on the company's fall.

7 min
Sep 5, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 5th: Some investors are worried a recent return to all-time highs could mean U.S. stocks are headed toward a volatile autumn. The Wall Street Journal's Akane Otani explains.

8 min
Sep 4, 2018
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P.M. Edition for September 4th: Nike's new campaign is getting a lot of attention, for the company's choice to feature polarizing quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has led protests during the national anthem. The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton has the details.

8 min
Sep 4, 2018
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A.M. Edition for September 4th: The key economic report out this week is the August jobs report. We'll also see the ISM manufacturing index, international trade data, and productivity and costs. The Wall Street Journal's Sharon Nunn has the details.

6 min
Sep 3, 2018
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Edition for September 3rd: More Americans are taking their pets on planes. But the amount of animals on board is causing problems for passengers and flight crews, leading some airlines to push for additional regulation. The Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney has more.

5 min
Sep 1, 2018
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Stocks ended little changed Friday, with the key U.S. averages mixed. But several indexes, including the Nasdaq and S&P 500 set records during August. The Wall Street Journal Akane Otani says it was a great month for the U.S. market, especially tech stocks.

8 min
Aug 31, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 31st: A classic toy store is making a comeback, just in time for the holiday season. FAO Schwarz is moving to Manhattan's Rockefeller Center in November. The Wall Street Journal's Charles Passy has more on the store's plans to relaunch.

7 min
Aug 31, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 31st: Starbucks is working to reduce the sugar content in its Frappuccinos. The move follows a dent in sales, as consumers opt for healthier beverages. The Wall Street Journal's Julie Jargon has the details.

6 min
Aug 30, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 30th: Campbell Soup is selling its international and fresh-food businesses, to focus on its core business, including soup and snacks. The Wall Street Journal's Annie Gasparro has the details on the food company's new strategy.

7 min
Aug 30, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 30th: Each day, drillers in America's busiest oil field are burning up about $1 million worth of natural gas, a byproduct of drilling for oil, because they say they can't bring it to market. The Wall Street Journal's Rebecca Elliott has more on the practice known as flaring.

5 min
Aug 29, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 29: White House counsel Don McGahn will resign. Plus, the economy was stronger than initially thought during the second quarter. More from the Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry.

8 min
Aug 28, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 29th: The market for enhanced drinks - like the kind that promise a better night's sleep or other health benefits - is growing. But success can be elusive in a market where hundreds of new drinks are launched each year. The Wall Street Journal's Annie Gasparro has more.

8 min
Aug 28, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 28th: President Trump is accusing Google of suppressing positive news about him. It's not the first time the president has accused tech companies of bias against conservatives. The Wall Street Journal's Vivian Salama has the details.

6 min
Aug 27, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 28th: More airlines are pushing credit-card offers on consumers, as they look to create a source of revenue beyond just airfare. Some have seen growth in those programs outpacing growth in sales. The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Tangel has more.

7 min
Aug 27, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 27th: The tensions between President Donald Trump and the late Senator John McCain have come to symbolize a greater split within the Republican party. The Wall Street Journal's Peter Nicholas explains how it could impact the party's identity.

9 min
Aug 26, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 27th: John McCain's political legacy included a willingness to buck his own party. Plus, the final week of August brings an abundance of economic data. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Mitchell has the details.

9 min
Aug 26, 2018
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Special Edition for August 26th: Senator John McCain - a war hero who rose to the top of the Republican party - died Saturday at his home in Arizona, after battling an aggressive form of cancer. He was 81. The Wall Street Journal's Siobhan Hughes reflects on his life and legacy.

5 min
Aug 24, 2018
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Stocks bounced around for much of the week, but the Wall Street Journal's Akane Otani says the markets remain resilient even in the face of negative political news and mixed results on earnings and the economy.

9 min
Aug 24, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 24th: What did Tesla CEO Elon Musk do back in 2016 that has the carmaker under stress today? The Wall Street Journal's Charley Grant points to two moves Musk made, including hyping the Model 3 sedan.

8 min
Aug 24, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 24th: Democrats are using Michael Cohen's guilty plea to seek a delay in confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court. The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau has more. Plus, more details on the Cohen plea deal.

9 min
Aug 23, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 23: The Wall Street Journal's Rebecca O'Brien talks about all the factors that led former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to enter guilty pleas, and in the process, implicate the president.

6 min
Aug 22, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 23rd: The legal battle isn't over for President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, who is still facing another trial in Washington next month. The Wall Street Journal's Sadie Gurman has the details. Plus, how Michael Cohen's guilty plea could have implications for the president.

9 min
Aug 22, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 22nd: Fed policy minutes raised concerns about trade disputes. Plus, Michael Cohen's guilty pleas implicated President Trump, but the Wall Street Journal's Julie Bykowicz says that may not put the president in legal jeopardy.

8 min
Aug 22, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 22nd: Wednesday's close will mark 3,453 days since the S&P hit its low of 666. The Wall Street Journal's Akane Otani has more. Plus, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleads guilty to criminal charges. And former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is found guilty on eight counts of tax and bank fraud.

7 min
Aug 21, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 21st: President Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, pleads guilty to eight criminal counts. And former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is found guilty of eight counts of fraud. Plus, a Trump Administration study on whether to impose tariffs on auto imports may not be finished this month after all. The Wall Street Journal's Jacob Schlesinger has the latest on the plan.

7 min
Aug 21, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 21st: In a deal worth more than $3 billion, PepsiCo is buying SodaStream. The Wall Street Journal's Saabira Chaudhuri has more on the deal. Plus, some of Tesla's suppliers are concerned about the company's financial health.

7 min
Aug 20, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 20th: New data shows fewer Americans are willing to relocate for a new job. The Wall Street Journal's Lauren Weber explains what's behind the trend. Plus, President Trump criticizes the Federal Reserve's plans to raise short-term interest rates.

8 min
Aug 20, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 27th: The final week of August brings an abundance of economic data, including consumer confidence and consumer sentiment, plus personal income and outlays. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Mitchell has the details.

6 min
Aug 19, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 20th: This week's economic calendar brings the minutes from the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting, and the Jackson Hole symposium in Wyoming. The Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry previews this week's economic calendar.

5 min
Aug 17, 2018
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Stocks ended a volatile week higher Friday. The Wall Street Journal's Mike Wursthorn says investors looked past Turkey's problems, finding encouragement in strong earnings and planned trade talks between the U.S. and China.

5 min
Aug 17, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 17: President Trump has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to look into scaling back how often companies report their results - from quarterly, to every six months. The Wall Street Journal's Michael Michael Rapoport has the details.

9 min
Aug 17, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 17: The decision to add a popular film category to the Oscars isn't going over so well. The Wall Street Journal's Erich Schwartzel explains what's behind the backlash from Hollywood and film lovers.

6 min
Aug 16, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 16: Walmart, the nation's largest retailer, reported its fastest sales growth in more than a decade in the latest quarter, as it invested more in its online presence to stave off competition. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Nassauer has the details.

9 min
Aug 16, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 16: In a little over a year at the helm of Ford, CEO Jim Hackett has made some big changes. But many say his cerebral style can be confusing. The Wall Street Journal's Christina Rogers has more on whether his strategy is working.

9 min
Aug 15, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 15: U.S. foreign policy - from tariffs to sanctions - is roiling global markets, causing investors to seek shelter from the global storms in the U.S. But how long can U.S. markets outpace global markets? The Wall Street Journal's Riva Gold has more.

7 min
Aug 14, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 15: Microsoft's digital assistant, Cortana, is struggling to keep up with Amazon's Alexa. But Microsoft has plans to overhaul Cortana later this year. The Wall Street Journal's Jay Greene has the details.

7 min
Aug 14, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 14: Elon Musk's disclosure that he's been in talks with a Saudi fund about the possibility of taking Tesla private is leading many to scrutinize the plan even more closely. The Wall Street Journal's Dave Michaels explains.

8 min
Aug 13, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 14: Some ride-hailing drivers are making use of old tactics to break even, amid pay disputes with Uber and Lyft. One of them is longhauling, where a driver takes a longer route to maximize profits. The Wall Street Journal's Greg Bensinger explains.

7 min
Aug 13, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 13: More details are emerging about the plan to take Tesla private. Chief Executive Elon Musk says he's been in communication with a Saudi fund for nearly two years about the possibility. The Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins has the details.

8 min
Aug 13, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 13: The economic calendar picks up midweek, with the latest data on import and export prices, retail sales, and housing starts. The Wall Street Journal's Sharon Nunn has more on what to look for in this week's economic reports.

8 min
Aug 11, 2018
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U.S. stocks fell sharply Friday after a plunge in the Turkish lira. But the Wall Street Journal's Akane Otani says with risk still remaining in emerging markets, the U.S. market may still be regarded as a safe haven for investors.

7 min
Aug 10, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 10: This week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk shocked investors - and the markets - when he tweeted that he was considering taking the electric car company private. The Wall Street Journal's Mike Wursthorn has more on how investors are reacting.

7 min
Aug 9, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 10: Walt Disney's as-yet-unnamed streaming service is likely to have a notable absence when it launches in late 2019. That's because it doesn't have the rights to all of the Star Wars films. The Wall Street Journal's Aaron Back has more.

9 min
Aug 9, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 9: Tribune Media has called off its 3.9 billion dollar merger agreement with Sinclair Broadcast Group. Tribune also sued Sinclair over the latter's efforts to get the deal done. More from the Wall Street Journal's Joe Flint.

7 min
Aug 9, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 9: Competition is heating up in the grocery department. Whole Foods is adding pickup points for customers who order their items online. The Wall Street Journal's Heather Haddon has more on the move, and the competition.

7 min
Aug 8, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 8: Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted his desire to take Tesla private and claimed he had "funding secured" for the deal. The Wall Street Journal's Dave Michaels says those two words could draw the attention of regulators, as Tesla continues to lose money.

8 min
Aug 7, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 8: Bans on plastic straws are picking up steam across the country, in a relatively short amount of time compared to similar environmental campaigns. The Wall Street Journal's Corinne Ramey explains why they're catching on so quickly.

8 min
Aug 7, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 7: Thousands of firefighters are battling what has become the largest wildfire in California history. The blaze is renewing discussions about how California builds its communities. The Wall Street Journal's Alejandro Lazo explains.

6 min
Aug 6, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 7: More companies are researching the social media history of potential employees. But with no set standard for what constitutes objectionable material, it's not such an easy task. The Wall Street Journal's Vanessa Fuhrmans explains.

8 min
Aug 6, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 6: Top administration officials are seeking new penalties for those who hack into U.S. infrastructure, like the Russian hackers who got into the U.S. electrical grid. The Wall Street Journal's Rebecca Smith has more on what they're considering.

7 min
Aug 5, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 6: This week brings a lighter economic calendar, after a packed week that included the July jobs report. But we'll get the Producer Price Index and the Consumer Price Index, two measures of inflation. The Wall Street Journal's Paul Kiernan has more.

6 min
Aug 3, 2018
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The Wall Street Journal's Amrith Ramkumar says earnings and economic data have been strong. But he's watching out for any new developments in the trade battles, along with inflation data due in the new week.

9 min
Aug 3, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 3: Apple has become the first publicly-traded U.S. company to reach one trillion dollars in market value. The Wall Street Journal's Tripp Mickle says the sustained success of the iPhone has propelled Apple's rise.

8 min
Aug 3, 2018
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Special Edition for August 3: Analysis of the July employment report. The U.S. economy added 157,000 jobs in July, lower than expected, but the unemployment rate inched lower to 3.9%. Charles Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders explains why job creation was lower than expected in July, and why Wall Street and the Federal Reserve will keep a close eye on the labor market in the coming months.

9 min
Aug 3, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 3: The Trump Administration wants to freeze fuel emissions standards in 2020, and adopt one national standard, setting up a likely court battle with California. The Wall Street Journal's Tim Puko has the details.

7 min
Aug 2, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 2: Vehicle maker Tesla predicts it will become profitable and be cash-flow positive for the rest of this year. The Wall Street Journal's Charley Grant says the positive guidance comes with strings attached.

9 min
Aug 1, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 2: For the first time, U.S. drinkers are more likely to choose wine or a cocktail over that classic American beverage: beer. The Wall Street Journal's Saabira Chaudhuri has more on what's behind the shift.

9 min
Aug 2, 2018
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P.M. Edition for August 1: In an echo of the Russian activities ahead of the 2016 U.S. election, Facebook says it's removed 32 new fake accounts and pages. The Wall Street Journal's Bob McMillan talked about the new misinformation campaign.

7 min
Aug 1, 2018
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A.M. Edition for August 1: Fewer young people are pursuing careers in construction. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto has more on how a shortage in the construction industry is impacting the housing sector.

7 min
Jul 31, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 31: U.S. workers got their biggest pay increase in nearly a decade, in the 12 months to June. But that's leading to higher labor costs for employers trying to attract workers in a tight labor market. The Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry has more.

7 min
Jul 30, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 31: Data scandals have hit several big companies - from Equifax to Facebook - and that's impacting consumer trust. The Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman explains how consumers are becoming more wary of data collection.

7 min
Jul 31, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 30: Consumers are starting to feel the impact of new tariffs, as manufacturers pass on the increased costs of levies on imported steel and aluminum. The Wall Street Journal's Patrick McGroarty explains how that's raising prices on everything from soda to recreational vehicles.

8 min
Jul 30, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 30: This week's economic schedule is jam-packed, topped by the July jobs report. The Wall Street Journal's Eric Morath wonders whether the jobless rate, now at four percent, will keep rising.

7 min
Jul 28, 2018
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Warnings from Facebook and Twitter pounded tech stocks. So Apple's earnings will be closely watched in the new week. Also, Fed policymakers meet. And there's the July jobs report - the Wall Street Journal's Akane Otani wonders if we'll see a pickup in wage growth.

6 min
Jul 27, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 27: The U.S. economy as measured by the gross domestic product grew 4.1 percent in the second quarter. That's the strongest rise in nearly four years. The Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry says exports and consumer spending helped power the growth.

7 min
Jul 26, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 27: WiFi technology on airplanes has come a long way, but travelers still have to pay for it. Why? The Wall Street Journal's Alison Sider says airlines are still wrestling with the cost of installing WiFi on planes.

9 min
Jul 26, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 26: The White House reached a deal with the European Union to turn down the heat on their trade battle. There are few details on the accord, but the Wall Street Journal's Valentina Pop says Europe is relieved the U.S. pledged not to impose new tariffs.

8 min
Jul 25, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 26: College students who accuse their schools of fraudulent behavior could have a tougher time seeking loan forgiveness, under a new proposal from the Trump Administration. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Mitchell explains.

8 min
Jul 25, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 25: Sergio Marchionne has died at the age of 66. Marchionne, the CEO of Fiat Chrysler, merged two struggling automakers into a powerhouse. The Wall Street Journal's Chester Dawson has more on Marchionne's legacy.

7 min
Jul 24, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 25: Plenty of U.S. businesses are worried about the impact of protracted trade tensions and tariff disputes. But many U.S. manufacturers say they're more concerned about labor and shipping costs. The Wall Street Journal's Doug Cameron has more.

7 min
Jul 24, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 24: Harley-Davidson says tariffs could add $55 million to its costs this year. The Wall Street Journal's Austen Hufford has more details on the motorcycle-maker's second-quarter earnings report.

9 min
Jul 23, 2018
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With production up and exports down, near-record amounts of meat and poultry are filling U.S. cold storage warehouses. The Wall Street Journal's Jacob Bunge explains what that means for meat companies and consumers.

8 min
Jul 23, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 23: President Trump is ramping up the rhetoric against Iran - and that's impacting oil markets. The Wall Street Journal's Amrith Ramkumar explains.

8 min
Jul 23, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 23: This week begins with housing data, and caps off with the first estimate for second-quarter GDP. The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf previews the economic calendar.

5 min
Jul 21, 2018
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Earnings season will really heat up in the coming week. The Wall Street Journal's Akane Otani says continued strong profit results could keep trade concerns at bay. If not, volatility will likely return to the markets.

8 min
Jul 20, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 20: President Donald Trump said he wasn't happy about the Federal Reserve's interest rate hikes. The Wall Street Journal's Greg Ip says while there's no upside to Trump's Fed outburst, there's plenty of downside.

9 min
Jul 19, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 20: Wells Fargo is refunding tens of millions of dollars for so-called add-on products, which run the gamut from legal services to pet insurance. The Wall Street Journal's Emily Glazer explains what's behind the move, and what it means for consumers.

7 min
Jul 19, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 19: House Republicans are pushing to extend tax cuts passed last year, but which are set to expire after 2025. However, Senate Republicans are not enthusiastic about the plan, according to the Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin.

8 min
Jul 19, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 19: Many Americans in the line of potential storms aren't adequately prepared, because they lack insurance or their policies are insufficient. The Wall Street Journal's Leslie Scism explains.

7 min
Jul 18, 2018
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P.M. Edition for July 18: Carmakers, dealers and parts suppliers want the Trump administration to back off its plan to slap 25 percent tariffs on auto-related imports. More from the Wall Street Journal's Chester Dawson.

8 min
Jul 18, 2018
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A.M. Edition for July 18: Social media executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google faced questions from lawmakers on Tuesday, over how they handle false and abusive content. The Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman explains why there are no easy answers.

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