segunda-feira, 3 de outubro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Trump Tax Records Sharpen Focus on Treatment of Losses

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ELECTION 2016

Trump Tax Records Sharpen Focus on Treatment of Losses

The weekend revelation of some of Donald Trump’s tax records put the GOP nominee on the defensive by showing the extent of his 1990s financial troubles and suggesting those setbacks could have eliminated his federal income-tax bill for years afterward. 2339in a day

Clinton Gains Appeal Among Seniors

The latest Wall Street Journal poll shows Hillary Clinton luring seniors, the country’s most reliable voters, toward her Democratic Party. 590in a day

Deutsche Bank, U.S. DOJ Continue to Discuss Settlement

Deutsche Bank talks with the U.S. Justice Department to settle a high-profile set of mortgage-securities cases are continuing, with no deal yet presented to senior decision makers for approval on either side. in a day

What’s Hurting Greece’s Plan to Sell State Assets? Its Own Government

The ruling Syriza party must privatize chunks of the country’s infrastructure to meet bailout terms. Many of its ministers are standing in the way. in a day

Colombian Voters Reject Deal With Rebels

Voters rejected a peace accord signed by President Juan Manuel Santos and a Marxist rebel group that would have ended 52 years of conflict, a startling outcome that thrusts this country into uncertainty. 57in a day

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An OPEC Output Cut Isn’t Likely to Alter Oil Imbalance

Many analysts say a proposed reduction in oil production isn’t big enough, nor will it happen quickly enough, to address a global supply glut. Most now don’t see a rebalancing until the middle of next year, or even later. in 19 hours

U.K. Leader Plans to Set EU Split in Motion by Spring

British Prime Minister Theresa May said the U.K. would trigger the process of disentangling itself from the European Union by the end of March, signaling she would pursue a clear break from the bloc. in a day
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