segunda-feira, 14 de novembro de 2016

WSJ-RNC’s Priebus Is Named Trump’s Chief of Staff

RNC’s Priebus Is Named Trump’s Chief of Staff

President-elect Donald Trump named Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus as his chief of staff, a selection that suggests the Republican is interested in a more conventional approach to governing after his insurgent campaign. 802in 2 days


GDP, Inflation, Interest Rates Forecast to Rise Under Trump

Trump’s presidency is poised to usher in a new economic era that forecasters say could boost U.S. growth, lead to higher interest rates and inflation, and bring risks including potential trade wars. 69in 2 days

California, as Clinton Territory, Finds Itself a Political Outlier

Orange County, Southern California’s cradle of conservatism, voted for Hillary Clinton, the first time the county supported a Democratic presidential candidate since 1936 and signaling the state is now a political outlier. 869in 2 days

Samsung to Buy Auto-Parts Supplier Harman for $8 Billion

The South Korean smartphone maker said it would acquire the U.S. company in an all-cash deal that instantly makes Samsung a major player in the world of automotive technology. in 2 days


Era of Low Interest Rates Hammers Millions of Pensions Around World

Central-bank moves are pulling down returns for government-run funds, making it difficult to meet mounting obligations to workers and retirees. Low rates are exacerbating existing cash problems. 58in 2 days

Iraqis Push Deeper Into Islamic State’s Mosul Stronghold

Iraqi forces advanced deeper into the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul over the weekend and have pushed the militants out of a number of neighborhoods as part of the campaign to recapture Iraq’s second largest city. in 2 days

Government Bond Sell-Off Resumes

The wave of selling that has swept across government-bond markets last week resumed as investors weighed the prospects of increased fiscal stimulus and a quicker pace of rate rises. in 2 days

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