HONG KONG — North Korea is one of the world’s most isolated countries. It is ruled by an unpredictable dictator with his finger on the nuclear button. So, who’s ready to do business there? Well, basically nobody. But leading up to President Trump’s meeting in Singapore with Kim Jong-un, which concluded on Tuesday with a
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1. Reduce your investment expenses and fees. Just like inflation can eat into your buying power, any costs related to your investments reduce your return. The easiest way to increase what you earn is to simply reduce your costs. Especially if you’re invested in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, you’ve probably got hidden fees. Typical
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President Donald Trump‘s agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un allows the market to focus on more pressing issues such as the Federal Reserve‘s policy meeting, economist Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC on Tuesday. “Look for markets to say, ‘Great, that’s a first, good constructive step with what happened in Singapore,'” Allianz’s chief economic advisor
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If you know you are gambling with your investing and you enjoy it, there is nothing wrong with risk-taking and speculation. But some people fail to realize this type of behavior in not truly investing and that they are leveraging (and risking) the majority of their wealth in this practice. If you are on track
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: AT&T, Time Warner – AT&T and Time Warner will find out today if a judge plans to allow or block their planned merger deal. U.S. District Judge Richard Leon will announce after 4 p.m. ET whether he is siding with the Justice Department or with the
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Timothy Fadek | Bloomberg | Getty Images Customers play skee ball at a Dave & Buster’s Entertainment location in Pelham, New York. Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Shares of Restoration Hardware climbed more than 20 percent after the bell, after the luxury home furnishings company reported mixed first quarter earnings that
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Cisco shares will thrive due to its pivot to a more recurring revenue business model, according to one top Wall Street firm. J.P. Morgan reiterated its overweight rating for Cisco’s stock, predicting the company’s recently announced mandatory subscription offering for networking switches will boost its profits. The firm has a “favorable outlook for Cisco’s positioning
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Source: National Flood Insurance Program, Federal Emergency Management Agency Since September 2017 alone, lawmakers have enacted six short-term extensions. “We’ve been hearing from some of our members where flood insurance is a big issue for their market. They aren’t in panic mode, but there is concern,” said Ken Wingert, senior legislative representative for the realtors’
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Sports teams and musicians can now sell tickets directly to fans through their Snapchat Stories thanks to an integration with SeatGeek. The New York-based ticket-search engine is working with Snap Inc. to enable ticket buying through the Venice, California, company’s signature app. The integration is the first ticket-buying experience in Snapchat and one of the
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Sempra on Monday said its board and management would review the letter and presentation sent by Elliott and Bluescape. “Sempra Energy is committed to an open dialogue with all shareholders and considers investor perspectives in the context of the company’s existing strategy and opportunities to deliver long-term shareholder value,” it said in a press release.
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A successful outcome of U.S. talks with North Korea could give a boost to Chinese stocks and a U.S. exchange-traded fund that tracks them, according to a historical study looking at financial market reactions to past milestones regarding the rogue nation. A disappointing outcome could hurt European stocks, the study showed. President Donald Trump is
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