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The “Fast Money ” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Tim Seymour was a buyer of McDonald’s. Karen Finerman was a buyer of Target. Steve Grasso was a buyer of Walmart. Brian Kelly was a seller of the Oil & Gas Exploration and Production ETF. Trader disclosure: Steve Grasso is long stock AAPL,
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United States Capitol Building, Washington DC, Getty In the past decade, the same proposed law has been repeatedly re-introduced in the U.S. Congress to make it easier for victims of age discrimination to sue discriminatory employers. Every year that proposed law, Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act (POWADA), dies an ignominious death. Will this year
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“PropTech AI won’t be able to immediately fill the shoes of an estate agent.” Starline Art / 123rf PropTech is hardly a new industry; estate agents and other businesses in the property industry have been digitally transforming for decades. Search portals, such as Rightmove in the UK, started amalgamating available properties and recommending homes over
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The utility of annuities as investment products is one of the most sharply contested subjects in the financial world. The objective of dispassionate observers should be to help clear the smoke and offer simple guidelines to form smarter opinions about one of the most promising—but also reputedly one of the most damaging, tax-oppressive, costly, and
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Fighting Wall Street looting Main Street- state and local government workers’ pensions– is a job tailor-made for Elizabeth Warren– if only she’ll do it. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen) In October 2016, the Rhode Island Retired Teachers Association (RIRTA) wrote to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren on behalf of its over 600 members pleading for her assistance. The
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