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The Tell: Why this Morgan Stanley portfolio manager is ‘gradually’ getting...

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It may be time to get a little less defensive and shift toward buying some crushed stocks as recession fears intensify, according to Andrew...

: NOAA’s July weather outlook ‘incrementally positive’ for natural gas, says...

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On Thursday the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration updated its weather outlook for July, forecasting above-average temperatures for most of the U.S. ...

: Kohl’s failed takeover was just one of a wave of...

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Kohl's announced that takeover talks had ended with Franchise Group, one of at least three deals that have recently terminated due to market conditions ...

: GM Q2 sales drop 15%, adding to auto maker’s ‘timing’...

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General Motors Co. earlier Friday warned it had about 95,000 unfinished cars waiting for parts, dialing down profit expectations for its second quarter. ...

The Tell: Guggenheim warns U.S. economy likely entered recession during the...

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A note published by Guggenheim economist Matt Bush showed how the U.S. economy has slowed over the past few weeks.

The Ratings Game: There may be another shoe to drop after...

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Micron Technology Inc. delivered an outlook that fell far short of the consensus view, prompting questions about how the memory market will fare in...

Top Ten: Weekend reads: What’s ahead for the stock market after...

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Also, housing mania, dividend stocks, contrarian investing and an increase in Social Security payments.

Crypto: How prices for cryptos bitcoin and ethereum changed in June

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Prices for many cryptos moved lower in June, and are down over 70% from 2021 highs.

Economic Report: Construction spending xxx in May

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Outlays for construction projects fell 0.1% in May at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.78 trillion.

Economic Report: U.S. manufacturers grow at slowest pace in 2 years,...

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The ISM barometer of American factories fell 3.1 points to a two-year low of 53% in June in another sign the U.S. economy is...