Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Headlines in the News November 04, 2015

Kraft Heinz closing 7 factories, cutting 2,600 jobs
HSBC Explains How Markets Will Behave in a World of 'Quantitative Exhaustion'
Fed’s Yellen to Congress: December ‘live possibility’ for interest rate hike
Bill Holter-Gold Only Insurance for Coming Financial Armageddon
Maersk Line container-shipping unit to Cut 4,000 Jobs, Reduce Network Capacity
Target Is Closing 13 Money-Losing Stores
Putin named most powerful man in the world for pushing Obama around
The Fed Desperately Tries to Maintain the Status Quo
Why are China and Taiwan meeting now?
American health care spending is double that of most other wealthy nations
Rocky economies overseas hit home; layoffs at Alcoa in New York, Washington
US Gross National Debt Jumps $340 Billion in One Day
Deutsche Bank hit with $258M penalty for sanctions violations
Hillary Clinton Says if Elected, ‘Former Presidents Won’t Have to Declare Criminal History’ When Looking for Work
Pentagon Indefinitely Suspends $2.7 Billion Surveillance Blimp Program
Gas Prices Drop Below $2 per Gallon at Stations in 41 States
Michelle Obama spends $70M to ’empower’ girls in Pakistan while US students fall further behind
I’m Still A Buyer Of Gold Despite Bad News - Senior Market Strategist
IRS customer service will get even worse this tax filing season, tax chief warns
Made in Japan Ain't What It Was
What Happens When Low-Wage Workers Are Given a Stake in Their Own Company?
McDonald's Burgers Are Getting Classy In The UK
“Great Optimist” Faber Says “I Added To My Gold Position”
Why governments can’t just print the money they need
USDollar/USDX Index

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