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2016-07-12

How to avoid buying the wrong artwork, and at the wrong price

Buying art at international art fairs can be risky, if you don’t know what you’re doing.

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Economic Report: Small-business optimism rises for third-straight monthly gain

The NFIB’s closely-watched optimism index beat expectations but small business owners are still having trouble finding qualified workers.

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The Wall Street Journal: Dallas shooter’s mom: Son became ‘hermit’ after disappointing stint in military

Gunman’s mother says her son became a “hermit” after he returned from the military. She said that he didn’t recall any specific event during his time at the military, but she said he was disappointed by the experience.

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Outside the Box: How coding bootcamps can escape the fate of Trump University

Coding bootcamps must be more transparent in order to build trust, writes Darrell Silver.

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BookWatch: 7 ways you could be sabotaging your investment portfolio

Odds are very good that not only are you lagging a passive market return but that your estimate of your own track record is way, way off.

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Tax Guy: 5 things you don’t know about the Social Security tax

Social Security tax can be just as costly as federal income tax.

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London Markets: FTSE 100 seesaws, with Carney testimony on deck

U.K. stocks were darting between gains and losses, with investors setting up to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney’s testimony on U.K. financial stability.

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Brett Arends's ROI: Why Britain is surviving the Brexit backlash and Europe is not

Brexit has boosted British stocks and government bonds, while Europe pays a price, writes Brett Arends.

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Currencies: Stimulus talk sinks Japanese yen further

The U.S. dollar gained traction after news of the Abe-Bernanke meeting emerged, and “speculative flows” triggered yen selling.

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Futures Movers: Oil hovers at 2-month low on glut worries

Oil lingers around a two-month low as a pick up in U.S. oil drilling activities and supply growth elsewhere firmed up the view that a rebalance in the oil market could take awhile.

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Why you can’t work your way through college anymore

Low-income students can’t afford to attend a public college by combining the earnings of minimum wage work and grants

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The Wall Street Journal: Japan set to slash its 2016 economic growth forecast

The Japanese government is set to almost halve its economic growth forecast for this year after taking into account its changed sales tax policy and a global economic outlook darkened by the Brexit vote, according to people familiar with the…

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