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WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 29, 2017:

Theresa May Has Signed, Sealed and Delivered Article 50. The Guardian Writers Respond - March 29, 2017:

BEA News Release.- March 29, 2017: U.S. Net International Investment Position Q4 and Year 2016

The Beauty Pageant to Build Trump's Border Wall is Beginning: The Guardian | World | America - U.S. - Immigration.

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 28, 2017:

Yields Rise With Stocks After Strong U.S. Confidence Data: Investopedia | Reuters - March 28, 2017

Wall Street at Close Report on March 28, 2017: Dow Snaps 8-Day Losing Streak as Consumer Confidence Surges, Financials Lead

Max Keiser Report: "The New Detroit"

The Guardian | Brexit Weekly Briefing - March 28, 2017: May Remains Upbeat in Final Countdown but EU Warns of "Tragedy"

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 27, 2017:

Wall Street at Close Report on March 27, 2017: Dow Posts 8-Day Slide, Longest Since 2011, as Street Weighs Tax Reform Prospects | CNBC :

U.S. Stock Market Future Indications - March 27, 2017: Stock Market Fear Threatens a Return, as Dow Stares Down Longest Losing Streak in 6 years:

From The Desk of Fernando Guzmán Cavero: Why I haven't been Publishing on Time? - March 24, 2017

Bank Underground: The Art of Deal: What Can Nobel-Winning Contract Theory Teach us About Regulating Banks?

Wall Street at Close Report on March 22, 2017: Stocks Close Mixed Ahead of Key Health -Care Vote; Tech Leads

The Guardian | U.K. | Scotland : Westminster Attack: 4 Confirmes Dead Including Police Officer and Attacker- Live.

Gold Hits 3-Week Peak as Investors Shunn Equities on Trump Worries by CNBC Gold News

Asian Markets at Close Report on March 22, 2017: Nikkei Falls 2% as "Trump Trade" Doubts Hit Asia Markets:

marketwatch.com   Ese Erheriene Asian markets dropped Wednesday, led by the Nikkei’s fall of more than 2%, following overnight declines in U.S. financial markets as investors re-evaluated their “Trump trade” optimism. Stocks globally and the U.S. dollar have broadly rallied in the wake of President Donald Trump’s election in November, buoyed by his talk of a tax overhaul and infrastructure investment. However, roadblocks have risen ahead of Thursday’s scheduled vote to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, triggering a market pullback Tuesday in the U.S. that has carried overseas and has investors questioning Trump’s ability to make good on his policy promises. “Market participants are doubtful of whether President Trump is able to deliver his ‘phenomenal’ tax cuts,” said Woon Tian Yong, an investment analyst at Phillip Futures. For some, patience has been wearing thin as his first 100 days in office tick away without detailed policy developments. As such,

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 21, 2017:

Europe & U.S. Stock Markets Closing Reports on March 21, 2017

cnbc.com Europe shares close lower as investors focused on U.S. health care Sam Meredith, Silvia Amaro European markets closed lower on Tuesday afternoon as investors saw the U.S. revamping a health care bill to replace Obamacare. The pan-European STOXX 600 closed 0.53 percent lower mainly driven by health care stocks, which dropped 1.21 percent. This followed the news that Republican members of Congress had prepared their replacement bill for Obamacare. The bill is set to make significant changes to tax credits and impact low-income people. U.S. President Donald Trump urged Republican members to support the bill or they would risk losing votes in 2018. Banking stocks were drawn into the trend after rallying in early deals. Several lenders jostled for position near the top of the benchmark with Deutsche Bank moving higher. This came as the subscription period began for the new shares that form part of the embattled bank's capital increase. Its shares e

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 20, 2017:

FDIC | Weekly National Rates and Rate Caps Update - March 20, 2017:

Search Engine Land: Google: Hacked Sites Increased 32% in 2016 - March 20, 2017.

searchengineland.com   Barry Schwartz on March 20, 2017 at 1:11 pm Google published its State of Website Security in 2016 today, reporting that there was a 32 percent increase in the number of hacked sites in 2016 compared to 2015. Google added that it doesn’t expect the trend to slow down any time soon. Google said that these hackers are getting even “more aggressive,” and at the same time more sites are letting their sites and content management systems become out of date, leaving themselves open to more security holes. As an incentive to verify your site with Google Search Console , one data point that is key is that “84% [of] webmasters who do apply for reconsideration are successful in cleaning their sites.” Of course, those that do take the time to verify their sites with Search Console are also more likely to care about their outdated CMS package. Google does try to warn all webmasters that their sites were hacked but said “61% of webmasters who w

CNBC | Gold News: Gold Hits Two Week High as Dollar Falls After G20 Trade Message - March 20, 2017

The Guardian | World | Europe: Banking: Global Laundromat: British Banks Handled Vast Sums of Laundered Russian Money, by Caelain Barr

The Guardian | Opinion: Donald Trump - March 20, 2017: In Donald Trump's Fantasy World, Hints of Reality are Dawning by Matthew d'Ancona

Bloomberg Markets. 5 Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day - March 20, 2017

Asian Markets at Close Report on March 20, 2017: Asian Stocks Mixed as Investors Mull G20 Headlines

cnbc.com   Aza Wee Sile   Asian equities were mixed on Monday as investors mulled headlines out of the G-20 finance ministers meeting in Germany at the weekend and China Development Forum over the next two days. Finance ministers from twenty of the world's biggest economies held a two-day meeting, and warned against competitive devaluations and disorderly FX markets but failed to agree on keeping global trade free and open. "Germany Finance Minister Schauble bemoaned the omission for "resit all forms of protectionism" in the G-20 communique as U.S. Treasury Mnuchin preferred to 'reduce excessive global imbalances...promote greater inclusiveness and fairness,'" said Vishnu Varathan, senior economist at Mizuho Bank, in a Monday note. Down Under, the ASX 200 closed down 0.36 percent or 20.7 points at 5,778.9. Australian retailers were under pressure on Monday, due to fears of Amazon potentially launching its se

Max Keiser Report : Economic Populism - March 18, 2017:

Bloomberg Businessweek: How Close Is U.S. to Full Employment - March 17, 2017:

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 17, 2017:

Gerald Celente - Trends In The News: Fed Raises Rates, Markets Stay Calm - March 17, 2017

Asian, European & U.S. Stock Markets Closing Reports on March 17, 2017:

U.S. Stock Market Future Indications - March 16, 2017: U.S. Futures Point to Higher Open on Wall Streeet, Big Batch of Data Eyed

cnbc.com   Anmar Frangoul Andrew Renneisen | Getty Images U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Thursday morning as traders eyed a big batch of data and continued to digest the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to increase interest rates. Initial jobless claims, housing starts, and the Philly Fed Index are all due to be released at 8:30 a.m. ET, with JOLTS data set to come out at 10:00 a.m. ET. On the earnings front, Dollar General is set to report before the bell, while Adobe Systems is due to report after the bell. In Europe the pan European Stoxx 600 Index was around 0.57 percent higher on Thursday morning. In oil markets, Brent crude traded at around $52.27 a barrel on Thursday morning, up 0.89 percent, while U.S. crude was around $49.31 a barrel, up 0.92 percent.

DealBook Afternoon Edition on March 15, 2017: Fed Raises Interest rates For Third Time Since Financial Crisis

Wall Street at Close Report on March 15, 2017: Dow Closes Up Triple Digits After Fed Raises Rates

Federal Reserve Board and Federal Open Market Committee Release Economic Projections From The March 14-15 FOMC meeting.

U.S. Stock Market Opens Higher as Fed Rate Hike Looms

BLS News Release - March 15, 2016: CPI for all items rises 0.1% in February; food and shelter indexes increase but gas falls

Bureau of Labor Statistics CPI for all items rises 0.1% in February; food and shelter indexes increase but gas falls 03/15/2017 On a seasonally adjusted basis, the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers increased 0.1 percent in February after rising 0.6 percent in January. The index for all items less food and energy rose 0.2 percent in February after increasing 0.3 percent in January. HTML  |  PDF  |  RSS  |  Charts  |  Local and Regional CPI

The Guardian | World | U.S.: Donald Trump Tax Reurns: President paid $38m in 2005, Leaked Document Reveals - as it Happened.

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 14, 2017

Asian, European & U.S. Stock Markets Closing Reports on March 14, 2017.

Anonymous - This is Goig to Change Everything We Know - CIA Secrets EXPOSED 2017 - Originally Published on March 11, 2017

Keiser Report: Bloodletting Among Retailers - March 14, 2017.

Gerald Celente Trends In The News : China, U.S. Tensions Building- Originally Posted on March 10, 2017

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 8, 2017