Thursday, October 29, 2015

Headlines in the News October 29, 2015

The Worse Things Get For You, The Better They Get For Wall Street
Empty Malls in China? A Lesson in Excess Capacity
House Conservative Leaders Say It’s Too Late to Prevent a Debt Ceiling Hike
Economic Outlook Strongest Predictor of Immigration Views
Record Number of Americans Sell Blood Plasma to Make Ends Meet
Debt in China: Deleveraging Delayed
WW2 Unbelievable airtight container find
As Slim Pickens would say
Feds Investigate Hobby Lobby Boss for Illicit Artifacts
Fear of the Walking Dead: The American Police State Takes Aim
No Bank Card Required: Citigroup Testing Eye-Scanning ATM
Documentary Proves Sword Fights Look Nothing Like Hollywood
Missing Refugees in Germany
Fed Sees ‘Moderate’ Growth, Says Considering December Hike
100 CEOs have more retirement savings than 116 million Americans
Peter Schiff-US Headed for Currency Collapse
Mind The 18-Wheelersâ€"Cummins Engine Shares Plunge On Warning
Orders For US Durable Goods Down 1.2 Percent In September
Work your way through college? Not these days
Fed turns Hawkish; Chinese hunting US targets
Barclays to pay new chief Staley up to $12.6 million a year
Deutsche Bank to omit dividend this year and next
Poll: Americans Still Feeling Economic Gloom
Will the Renminbi Take Over the US Dollar?
Bail-Ins and Frozen Accounts Are Coming to a Country Near You!
Federal Protective Service Has More Cars Than Officers
Record Number of Americans Renounce Citizenship
What's in the New Budget Deal
'Affordable:' White House Confirms Steep 2016 Obamacare Premium Hikes
Ex-PayPal cofounder wants to hook millennials up with virtual credit
Oil and gas execs say companies still recruiting to keep up with talent lost in layoffs
How the Fed's decision could impact you
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn: AIG is 'too big to succeed'
California school: U.S.-flag shirt ‘gang related’
Swedish central bank expands stimulus program by $7.6 billion to help economy, inflation
'Debtors' Prisons' Making a Come Back Across the Country
USDollar/USDX Index

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