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2016-05-22

The Wall Street Journal: Civil antitrust case over Libor against 16 banks reinstated by appeals court

In a setback for some of the world’s largest financial institutions, a U.S. appeals court on Monday reinstated the private antitrust lawsuits filed against 16 banks for allegedly rigging Libor interest rates.

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The Wall Street Journal: Versace names Jonathan Akeroyd chief executive

Former head of Alexander McQueen replaces Gian Giacomo Ferraris at the fashion house.

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The U.K. government’s Brexit report is preposterous and hysterical

The growing danger for David Cameron and his supporters is that their over-the-top “fear campaign” over leaving the European Union may be backfiring, says Brett Arends.

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The Margin: Hollywood has a long, lousy track record with videogame adaptations

For much of their Hollywood history, videogame adaptations have failed to make it to the next level.

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The Wall Street Journal: Appeals court throws out $1.27 billion penalty against Bank of America

Second Circuit Court of Appeals says government didn’t prove it case at ‘Hustle’ trial.

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Deep Dive: 11 smaller-company stocks set to gain from a strong dollar

Companies with rapid sales growth focused on the U.S. have an advantage, says Phil van Doorn.

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Capitol Report: This one thing will make household formation jump, San Francisco Fed researcher says

Young people have been holding back on setting up households of their own, but that’s set to explode as they age, a new paper suggests.

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NewsWatch: This is the right way to make sense of the stock tips you hear on TV

While fans of “Money Monsters” — and critics of Jim Cramer — will point to the bad track record of talking heads, the question is whether the real problem is the guy selling the stock picks or the person buying…

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Bond Report: Short-term Treasury yields spike to 2-month high

Short-term Treasury sold off Monday, pushing short-term yields to the highest level since March 15, as investors sold short-term U.S. government debt to prepare for rising interest rates.

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Officer found not guilty in Freddie Gray case

A Baltimore policeman has been found not guilty on all charges in the Freddie Gray case, whose death last year in police custody sparked riots in the city.

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Chuck Jaffe: This is the right way to make sense of the stock tips you hear on TV

While fans of “Money Monsters” — and critics of Jim Cramer — will point to the bad track record of talking heads, the question is whether the real problem is the guy selling the stock picks or the person buying…

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Project Syndicate: Unsustainable national debt should be tackled at G-7 summit

The G-7 summit should address the unsustainable increase in the major developed countries’ national debt, writes Martin Feldstein.

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