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Kitco News - January 17, 2017: Gold Has More Potential to Run Ahead of Trump Inauguration...

Wall Street at Close Report on January 17, 2017: Stocks Close Lower Amid Trump Policy Concern; Financial Dive 2%

cnbc.com   Fred Imbert   U.S. equities fell on Tuesday, with financials lagging, as uncertainty around President-elect Donald Trump 's policies grew.

NYT | Politics - January 17, 2017: Health Laws's Repeal Could Raise Costs and Number of Uninsured, New Rport Says by PRobert Pear

nytimes.com   Robert Pear

World Economic Forum is Live Now: The New Lead Characters. LIVE in 360 - January 17, 2017

FDIC Weekly National Rates and Rate Caps - January 17, 2017

Rates updated January 17, 2017

FRB | Speech: Governor Brainard on Monetary Policy in a Time of Uncertainty January 17, 2017

Governor Lael Brainard At the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. January 17, 2017 Monetary Policy in a Time of Uncertainty

Bloomberg Markets Wrap: Dollar Drops on Trump Comments as May Boost Pound: Marke - January 16, 2017, 6:12 PM GMT-5 January 17, 2017, 8:59 AM GMT-5 :

bloomberg.com   Samuel Potter More stories by Samuel Potter by and January 16, 2017, 6:12 PM GMT-5 January 17, 2017, 8:59 AM GMT-5 President-elect said the U.S. currency is already ‘too strong’ Pound surges after U.K. PM pledges parliamantary Brexit vote

U.S. Stock Market Future Indications - January 17, 2017: Wall Street Stocks Set for a Lower Open, With Investors Rattled by Trump, Brexit

marketwatch.com   Barbara Kollmeyer   Wall Street’s postholiday return to action was setting up to be a weak one, as U.S. stock futures pitched lower after comments from President-elect Donald Trump and on expectations the U.K. will press for a “hard Brexit.”

The Guardian | Business | Banking | Buiness Live: Davos 2017: Chinese President Xi Warns Against Trade Wars - Live Updates

theguardian.com   Larry Elliott 14m ago 12:04 Environmental campaigners have welcomed President Xi’s call for leaders to stick with the Paris Climate Change deal. Here’s Li Shuo, Senior Global Policy Advisor at Greenpeace East Asia: