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Trump has weighed dismissing Mnuchin: Bloomberg

President Trump Donald John TrumpBipartisan lawmakers urge Air Force secretary for top defense position Austin couple places baby Jesus in 'ICE cage' to protest Trump immigration policies Female White House correspondent: 'I've never seen as many moms' a briefing room as during Trump presidency MORE has divorce dismissing Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Steven Terner Mnuchin tries to secure markets after …

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Cannabis stock Volatile in Wake of Farm Bill Legalization of Hemp

In a day when Santa delivered a cargo load of coal to Wall Street, cannabis-related stocks continuously saw uncertainty over the federal treatment of their products during the agricultural bill signed last week. Aphira (APHA) was the first winner on the NYSE, an increase of 14.4% in holiday-short trading. Aurora Cannabis (ACB) also managed to increase by 2.5%. But other …

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Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship rescues fishermen lost at sea for 20 days

Two Costa Rica fishermen were rescued by a suitable cruise ship on Friday night after getting lost at sea for almost three weeks. A Royal Caribbean cruise ship picked up the men without injuries, a spokesman for the feed told HuffPost. The two men had drifted between Jamaica and Cuba since December 1, CNN reports. According to a statement shared …

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Tesla shares almost 8% after reimbursement plan, price cuts in China

Tesla Inc.'s stock slider nearly 8% on Christmas Eve after Chief Executive Elon Musk revealed a potentially costly plan to reimburse customers who miss a deadline for U.S. tax credits on electric cars Earlier this year, Tesla                                                                                                                                                                                                                               TSLA, -7.62% said orders for cars placed by Oct. …

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OPEC prepared to call "extra meeting" as oil spill

Just a couple of weeks after OPEC and its partners agreed to implement another production cut, the cartel is ready to extend these cuts, as international prices continue to fall. Reuters reports, with reference to the UAE oil minister, that OPEC is ready to call an extra meeting when it goes into "whatever it takes" mode again. Earlier this month, …

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Gov. Hickenlooper declares disaster emergency due to propane shortage

DENVER – Gov. John Hickenlooper has been disaster emergency to a shortage of propane in Colorado. On Monday afternoon, the governor issued a press release stating the shortage, impacting about 33,000 propane customers who primarily live in rural areas. "These customers may not be able to receive enough propane to heat their homes in the near future, "the press release …

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Trumps Fed feud roils markets, alarm republicans

President Trump Donald John TrumpBipartisan lawyer urges top defense position air force secretary Austin couple places baby Jesus in "ICE cage" to protest against Trump immigration policy Female White House correspondent: "I have never seen so many moms" in briefing room as during the Trump Presidency MORE intensifying attacks on the Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell has a destabilizing effect …

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Christmas Day 2018: What is open, what is closed? Are Walmart, grocery stores open? How about McDonald's?

Patti Sapone | NJ Advance Media What is open, what is closed on Christmas Day 2018? Tuesday, December 25, 2018 is Christmas Day – a federal holiday leaves most stores and services closed. The following is all that is open and closed so you can plan your Christmas day accordingly. Which fast food restaurants are open Christmas day? Are McDonald's, …

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Dow picks 650 points in the worst Christmas Eve trading session ever

US. The stocks on Monday published their worst Christmas Eve session ever, as a perfect storm of concern drove investors out of a market that was already very damaged. The Dow Jones Industrial Average had its steepest fall on Christmas Eve in its 122-year history. It was also the worst Christmas Eve for the technically heavy Nasdaq Composite, and the …

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Markets right now: Warehouse closes heavily on Wall Street

Updated 1:31 PM PST, Monday, December 24, 2018 Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York, Monday, December 24, 2018. Traders work on the floor on the New York Stock Exchange in New York, Monday, December 24, 2018. Photo: Seth Wenig, AP Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in …

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