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China Caves – Says it will Open Markets and Decrease Auto Tax

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday announced plans to allow foreign companies greater access to China’s financial and manufacturing sectors and to reduce China’s 25% tariff on imported automobiles. “In a world aspiring for peace and development, the Cold War and zero-sum mentality look even more out of place,” said Xi during a 40-minute speech to business leaders on the ...

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NYC Proposes ‘Right to Disconnect’ Law

A New York City lawmaker is pushing for legislation that would prohibit companies from requiring employees to check their work email after they leave the office. The Right to Disconnect Bill would allow executives to contact employees after hours, but would prohibit companies from firing an employee for failing to respond to an email or text message outside of normal working ...

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Facebook Stock Under Gun for Data Breaches

Event risk is inherent when investing in the stock market.  Companies like Facebook have news stories published daily that will influence the direction of how shareholders feel about their stock.  Will astute investors look at this 10% plus pullback as a buying opportunity? From a technical perspective, Facebook is at a pivotal support point right now. Let’s look at recent ...

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One Spice That Kills Blood Pressure

My doctor confirmed my worst fears about my high blood pressure. My numbers were so high, I was a heart attack waiting to happen, but I didn’t want to take blood-pressure drugs because of the hideous side effects. A nutritionist told me to cut my salt intake down to 1,500 mgs a day to help lower my blood pressure, but ...

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Jobless Claims Hit Another Record Low

The Labor Department on Thursday released more good news about the economy: fewer Americans are filing for unemployment benefits. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 7,000 last week to reach a seasonally adjusted figure of 222,000 – marking a near 45-year low. “Claims for six states were estimated because of Monday’s Presidents Day holiday,” notes CNBC. “Still, the underlying ...

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Forgotten Male Hormone Boosts Testosterone Fast

Scientists at Harvard just made a remarkable discovery… It’s a simple and natural way to boost your testosterone levels… Letting you burn away fat and build lean, hard muscle… While regaining the “drive” you had when you were in your twenties. Even more remarkably, this natural trick for boosting testosterone works for men of any age… No matter if they’re ...

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President Trump Unveils $4.4 Trillion Spending Plan

President Trump on Monday unveiled a $4.4 trillion spending plan for 2019 that includes funding for the border wall and $1.5 trillion for infrastructure. The budget is focused on “prioritizing the efficient use of taxpayer resources,” said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Trump’s proposed budget includes steep cuts to foreign aid, health assistance, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the ...

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Saudi Arabia ‘Corruption Probe’ Nets $106B from Saudi Rich

The Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh is finally reopening to the public following the Saudi Arabian government’s use of the space as a “luxury prison” to detain and question the country’s most prominent businessmen. The hotel was closed for 99 days, during which time the SA government imprisoned 381 people as part of an anti-graft campaign. Some detainees were released after ...

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Big Brother China Launches New Surveillance Tech

In preparation for the Lunar New Year, Chinese cops are ramping up their crowd-surveillance abilities with facial-recognition sunglasses. China is already a leader in its use of surveillance technology, but the new glasses “could expand the reach of that surveillance, allowing authorities to peer into places that fixed cameras aren’t scanning, and to respond more quickly,” reports the Wall Street ...

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Wage Growth Best in 8 Years

The US economy added 200,000 jobs last month and wage growth was the best we’ve seen since 2009, reports the Labor Department. Wages are up 2.9% compared to last year, and unemployment is just above 4% (a 17-year-low). Average hourly earnings rose 0.4% in December and 0.3% in January, reaching $26.74. These numbers show the labor market is tightening, meaning ...

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