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2016-07-13

The Wall Street Journal: Entergy in talks to sell FitzPatrick nuclear plant in New York to Exelon

If deal falls through, Entergy says it will proceed with its plans to close plant in January.

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Capitol Report: Corporate inversions help make 2015 record year for foreign ‘investment’ in U.S.

Foreign acquisitions of U.S. companies hit a record in 2015 and many of the deals were tied to so-called corporate inversions in which American firms moved their headquarters overseas to countries such as Ireland to take advantage of lower tax…

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Disruptive Money: How to invest in the Pokemon Go and augmented-reality revolution

The app has been all the rage for nearly a week, but if you’re an investor, it might be easy to overlook the obvious when it comes to potentially making money off of it.

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Capitol Report: House committee will push FDIC chairman over cybersecurity weaknesses

A House Committee will grill FDIC Chairman Martin Gruenberg on Thursday over the regulators over its recent data leaks including recent ones that exposed sensitive bank resolution information

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Project Syndicate: Gordon Brown: Here’s the least risky way to remake Britain

Now facing life outside the European Union, Britain cannot ignore or sidestep global issues.

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The New York Post: Overdoses on K2 send 33 to Brooklyn hospitals

Area residents said K2 had been a problem for years.

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NewsWatch: Here’s the big problem with the stock market’s remarkable rally

The rally fever for this market may cool a little on Wednesday, though some number crunching shows this market may still be in good shape. Our call of the day says the pound’s troubles are far from over.

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The Tell: Gundlach says Wall Street’s suffering ‘mass psychosis’ as stocks soar, bond yields stay low

This market is dealing with a “mass psychosis.” That’s the latest perspective on the state of Wall Street from Jeff Gundlach, the star money manager, who founded DoubleLine Capital.

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Snapchat: From naked pics to selling luxury homes

Real estate agents are starting to view Snapchat, especially its video capabilities, as an extension of Facebook and Instagram in showing properties.

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Metals Stocks: Silver looks to test fresh two-year highs as stock surge pauses

Silver futures are higher, appearing ready to tackle a nearly two-year settlement high. Meanwhile, gold is edging higher.

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The New York Post: Goldman Sachs to lay off 55 more New York employees

Latest departures bring the total number of employees laid off in New York state this year to 405.

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The Wall Street Journal: Uber to suspend operations in Budapest

Uber says it will suspend its activities in Budapest after the Hungarian government made it impossible to operate in the country properly.

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