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Dollar Bulls Are Throwing in the Towel as Trump Wagers Evaporate - Bloomberg

Dollar Bulls Are Throwing in the Towel as Trump Wagers Evaporate - Bloomberg

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

U.S. employers added jobs at an above-average pace for a second month on outsized gains in construction and manufacturing while wage growth picked up, as the labor market continued its steady improvement in the new year.

U.S. employers added jobs at an above-average pace for a second month on outsized gains in construction and manufacturing while wage growth picked up, as the labor market continued its steady improvement in the new year.

So how long before the stock market hits the wall?

So how long before the stock market hits the wall?

So how long before the stock market hits the wall?

So how long before the stock market hits the wall?

Decomposed inflation drivers:  Mario Draghi has left little doubt that he’s not ready to accept euro-area inflation has truly returned, and a closer look at data from the 19-nation region helps explain his hesitation.

Decomposed inflation drivers: Mario Draghi has left little doubt that he’s not ready to accept euro-area inflation has truly returned, and a closer look at data from the 19-nation region helps explain his hesitation.

Mario Draghi has left little doubt that he’s not ready to accept euro-area inflation has truly returned, and a closer look at data from the 19-nation region helps explain his hesitation.

Mario Draghi has left little doubt that he’s not ready to accept euro-area inflation has truly returned, and a closer look at data from the 19-nation region helps explain his hesitation.

Japan for years has been renowned for having the world’s largest government debt load. No longer.

Japan for years has been renowned for having the world’s largest government debt load. No longer.