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  • on Wed Jan 21 1:41 AM

    In State of the Union, Obama Makes Middle-Class Pitch

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    President Obama on Tuesday declared an end to the U.S. economic crisis as he made the case to Americans, and a skeptical Congress, that now is time to focus on resolving lagging progress among the middle class.
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    on Tue Jan 20 11:44 PM

    China Confronts ‘New Normal’ of Slower Growth

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    China’s slipping economic momentum is driving the government to seek new sources of growth and pushing multinationals and Chinese companies to look for a Plan B to prosper in the world’s second-largest economy.
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    on Tue Jan 20 6:38 PM

    Economists See Housing-Market Pickup - WSJ

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    Economists at the International Builders Show said that while 2014 proved disappointing they expect construction and home buying to accelerate in 2015, driven by strong job growth and improving consumer confidence.
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    on Tue Jan 20 1:41 PM

    Does the Dollar Have Even Further to Go?

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    A widely held view among strategists and investors is that the dollar will rise further, but there are serious implications.
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    on Tue Jan 20 1:36 PM

    Home-Builder Confidence Ticks Down to Start Year

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    A measure of home-builder sentiment ticked down in January, a sign that headwinds may persist for the sector.
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    on Mon Jan 19 11:48 PM

    More Young Adults Stay Put in the Biggest Cities

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    For decades, young people flocked to the country’s three biggest cities—New York, Los Angeles and Chicago—to build careers before taking their talent and spending power elsewhere. That pattern appears to be fading as more young workers stay...
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    on Mon Jan 19 11:16 PM

    Fed Officials on Track to Raise Short-Term Rates Later in the Year

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    Federal Reserve officials are staying on track to start raising short-term interest rates later this year, even though long-term rates are going in the other direction amid new investor worries.
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    on Mon Jan 19 10:13 PM

    President, Republicans Aim to Forge Trade Deals

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    Improved economic and political winds look set to give President Barack Obama a new opening to complete at least one sweeping trade deal, despite reservations within his own party.
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    on Mon Jan 19 12:05 PM

    Larger Home-Builders Show Reflects Industry Optimism

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

    Sales of new and existing homes were lackluster last year, but there is an air of optimism running through this year’s gathering of home builders, contractors and suppliers at the home-building industry’s annual convention in Las Vegas.
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    on Fri Jan 16 11:57 PM

    EU Consumer Prices Fall for First Time on Record

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    Europe edged closer to deflation in December, as consumer prices across the European Union’s 28 members fell for the first time since records began in 1997.
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