CNBC’s Jim Cramer gave viewers a peek at the week of earnings reports. Later in the show the “Mad Money” host says Costco has a China problem, but it’s not the tariffs on imports from the country. Cramer’s look at the week ahead An initial United States-China trade agreement appears to finally be coming to
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skynesher | E+ | Getty Images For millions of Americans, unexpected bills can be summed up in two words: medical debt. Surprise health-care costs have affected about 137.1 million adults in the past year, according to recent research. And many Americans are turning to credit cards to help manage those debt burdens, according to CompareCards.com.
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Horizontal photo close up of male businessman hand holding pen putting signature on official … [+] document contract paper binding agreement concept banner for website header design with copy space for text Getty Though no one likes to think about this possibility, sometimes even the most dedicated buyers get cold feet. When that happens, it’s
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Apartment of photographer and Hotel Chelsea resident, Tony Notarberardino. © Colin Miller Located on West 23rd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues, Hotel Chelsea is firmly part of American lore. Originally opened in 1884, Mark Twain, Allen Ginsburg, Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller, Leonard Cohen, and Patti Smith are among the artists, writers, musicians, and poets who
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Here’s about 18 minutes, uncut, from the last part of Jon Fortt’s Fortt Knox interview this week with rapper and entrepreneur Fat Joe. They’re in the back of Fat Joe’s UPNYC store in Washington Heights, days after he dropped latest album “Family Ties,” a collaboration with hit-making producer and rapper Dre. The album features features
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Upset mature couple ignoring each other. Close up of a worried senior man in tension at bed. Senior … [+] couple angry with each other after a fight. Getty Brilliant bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach—aka the “bond god”—has decreed that it’s time to sell “junk” bonds. And he’s gone as far as to say that one-third
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The skyline in the distance beyond Lake Washington and Interstate 90 crossing the lake shot from a … [+] helicopter at an altitude of about 400 feet. Getty If you’re deciding on where to buy a house, you shouldn’t just consider city and state. Important things like property taxes and school districts operate on a
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Martin Barraud | Getty Images A majority of Americans say the economy is only benefitting the wealthy, despite record-low unemployment and rising wages. A poll by Pew Research Center found that 69% of Americans say the economy is helping the wealthy, while hurting the poor, those without college degrees and the middle class. Responses also
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(Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images) Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) in the Asia Pacific region have raised a record amount of capital this year, as investors sought more defensive, yield-based stocks amid growing global economic and political uncertainty. REITs in Asia Pacific have raised over US$14 billion so far in 2019, surpassing the previous record
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