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  • Is WeWork A Fraud?Zero Hedge
  • Fed's Bullard, explaining his rate cut dissent, says US manufacturing appears to be 'in recession'CNBC
  • The World's Biggest Offshore Wind Farm Will Be as Cheap as CoalBloomberg
  • Bond investor says negative yields are ‘most absurd thing central banks have done’Marketwatch
  • Gunmaker Colt suspending production of military rifles including AR-15 for civilian marketUSA Today
  • A majority of Americans think Trump's trade war with China is bad for the economyBusiness Insider
  • "They've Created A Snowflake Market" - Mark Spitznagel Warns Of "Dangerous Over-Reliance" On Central BanksZero Hedge
  • Solar and Wind Power So Cheap They’re Outgrowing SubsidiesBloomberg
  • Pimco CEO says the US economy is slowing and will grow just above 1 percent in the first half of 2020CNBC
  • Toyota is working on innovating a solar-powered electric car that can 'run forever' and never needs chargingBusiness Insider
  • FedEx just sounded the alarm on US growth — and Jim Cramer said it was the 'most dispiriting call about the economy I've heard in a long time'Business Insider
  • Uncertainty of the trade war -not tariffs - is slowing global growthCNBC
  • Fed 'insurance' cut gets cold shoulder from marketsCNBC
  • GM’s Mary Barra Bets Big on an Electric, Self-Driving FutureBloomberg
  • OECD says global economy will grow at worst pace since financial crisisMarketwatch
  • FAA chief says he won't certify the Boeing 737 Max until he flies the plane himselfCNBC
  • CBS, WarnerMedia drop all e-cigarette advertising, including from market leader JuulCNBC
  • Fed cuts interest rates, signals holding pattern for nowReuters
  • We are in an earnings recession, and it is expected to get worseMarketwatch
  • Fed Injects Liquidity Into Markets as Key Rate Busts Through CapBloomberg
  • Liquidity Shortage Getting Worse: Fed's Repo Oversubscribed As Funding Demand Soars 50 Percent OvernightZero Hedge
  • 'Bond King' Jeffrey Gundlach says interest rates have bottomed for the yearCNBC
  • Mortgage demand from buyers jumps, just as interest rates spikeCNBC
  • A majority of CFOs believe the US will be in a recession within a yearCNBC
  • Empty Hair Salons Can’t Be Saved by a Central BankBloomberg
  • Saudi Arabia Faces Lengthy Oil-Output HaltBloomberg
  • WeWork delays IPO after frosty investor responseReuters
  • A Decline in RV Sales Is Bad News for TrumpBloomberg
  • US interest rates are going negative, and the Fed can't stop itCNBC
  • What’s Behind the World’s Biggest Climate Victory? CapitalismBloomberg
  • OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protectionReuters
  • Trump says US 'locked and loaded depending on verification' after attack on Saudi oil fieldCNN
  • UAW calls strike against General Motors for first time since financial crisisCNBC
  • Trump authorizes release of oil from strategic petroleum reserve after Saudi attacksCNBC
  • Oil Jumps the Most Ever After Attack Cuts Saudi SuppliesBloomberg
  • Oil Could Hit $100Zero Hedge
  • This Isn’t Facebook: WeWork Gets a Lesson in Going PublicBloomberg
  • Vinyl records are on track to outsell compact discs for the first time in 33 yearsCNBC
  • US blames Iran for strikes on Saudi oil sites: 'Unprecedented attack on world's energy supply'CNBC
  • Saudi oil production cut by 50 percent after drones attack crude facilitiesCNBC
  • 'Stop the WeWork deal' - Cramer says the embattled IPO could wreck the stock market rallyCNBC
  • WeWork is now considering an IPO valuation as low as $10 billion, down from $47 billionBusiness Insider
  • Whole Foods is cutting medical benefits for hundreds of part-time workersBusiness Insider
  • Trump says he would consider an interim trade deal with ChinaCNBC
  • Budget deficit smashes $1 trillion mark, the highest in seven yearsCNBC
  • Mnuchin says the Treasury is 'seriously considering' issuing a 50-year bond next yearCNBC
  • Trump's 'small concession' doesn't mean the trade war with China is ending, experts sayCNBC
  • Banks Are Finally Starting to Account for Climate Change RiskBloomberg
  • Carcinogens Have Infiltrated the Generic Drug Supply in the U.S.Bloomberg
  • Trump delays tariff hikes by two weeks in 'good will' gesture to ChinaCNBC
  • The Fed Doesn't Want Negative Interest Rates Even Though Trump DoesBloomberg
  • WeWork’s Latest Threat: Old-School Landlords Trying to Copy WeWorkWall Street Journal
  • Trump Says Fed Should Cut Rates "To ZERO Or Less", So US Can Refinance Debt And Lenghten MaturitiesZero Hedge
  • A bank mistakenly put $120,000 into a couple's account. They spent it, police sayCNN
  • Real US debt levels could be 2,000 percent of economy, a Wall Street report suggestsCNBC
  • Recession Already Grips Corners of U.S., Menacing Trump’s 2020 BidBloomberg
  • Bugatti’s Chiron Supercar Almost Sells Out in an Evening Despite $3.9 Million TagBloomberg
  • China's trade with US shrinks as tariff war worsensAssociated Press
  • Everyone has forgotten about why Trump can't win a trade war with ChinaBusiness Insider
  • Americans Would Blame Trump For A RecessionZero Hedge
  • More Robots Mean 120 Million Workers Need to be RetrainedBloomberg
  • Walmart Puts Our Government to Shame on GunsBloomberg
  • WeWork Goes From Hot to NotBloomberg
  • 'Whipsaw' of US-China trade war will force small businesses to close, bike start-up CEO saysCNBC
  • Mortgage rates fell again this week - and the Fed could push them even lowerMarketwatch
  • Fed chief Powell says trade policy is weighing on investment decisionsCNBC
  • Trump's economic team tries to pump up stock market by talking up meaningless phone call with Chinese officialsCNBC
  • Trump trashes Fed chair after watching CNBC’s Mad Money hostRaw Story
  • US hiring slowsCNN
  • Mohamed El-Erian on the bond markets: 'If you stick with the old rules, you will lose'CNBC
  • China's PBOC cuts reserve ratio for banks as economy stallsCNBC
  • US-China trade dispute is 'already in the early stages' of a second Cold WarCNBC
  • Miners union president: 'Coal's not back. Nobody saved the coal industry.'CNN
  • Revenues at the world's biggest investment banks have plunged to their lowest levelsBusiness Insider
  • China and US agree to meet in October for trade negotiationsCNBC
  • Island Nations Are Pooling Disaster Risk to Pay for MegastormsBloomberg
  • This big bank expects stocks to drop through the end of the yearMarketwatch
  • Trump says the Dow would be '10,000 points higher' if he hadn't started a trade war with ChinaBusiness Insider
  • Capitalism is in a moment of crisis - and business leaders know itCNBC
  • Fed’s Williams sees ‘less rosy’ outlook for U.S. economyMarketwatch
  • Fox Business Host Stuart Varney Admits US Economy 'Suffering' from Trump's Trade War With ChinaMediaite
  • Alan Greenspan says it's 'only a matter of time' before negative rates spread to the USCNBC
  • Trump's tariffs are expected to hit women and lower-income Americans the hardestBusiness Insider
  • Porsche Unveils Its First-Ever Electric CarBloomberg
  • To cut or not? Dueling Fed views boost pressure on PowellReuters
  • NRA slams Walmart after retailer ends handgun ammo salesCNBC
  • Walmart to stop selling ammunition for military-style weaponsMarketwatch
  • Sugar-free sodas linked to a higher risk of death in study of 452,000 peopleMarketwatch
  • Here's a list of recession signals that are flashing redCNBC
  • The Trade War Is About to Hit Your Pocket. LiterallyBloomberg
  • IT'S OFFICIAL: The US and China slap tariffs on thousands of each other's products in major trade war escalationBusiness Insider
  • 'Hidden sales tax': How Trump's tariffs will impact prices - and what consumers can do about itCNBC
  • America’s Wealth Hinges on Its Ability to Borrow Big – or ElseBloomberg
  • The Unstoppable Surge in Negative Yields Reaches $17 TrillionBloomberg
  • The 737 Max has 'no value' after 2 deadly crashes as passengers no longer trust the plane, the lawyer for an aviation firm suing Boeing saysBusiness Insider
  • China's factory activity shrinks for 4th month as trade woes deepenCNBC
  • Trump’s trade antics used to rattle China, but time is now on Beijing’s sideSouth China
  • Ray Dalio warns of 'serious problems' and a bond 'blow-off' as a repeat of the late 1930s loomsCNBC
  • Walmart tests dentistry and mental care as it moves deeper into primary healthCNBC
  • Builders Are Swapping Cement for Weed to Reduce PollutionBloomberg
  • 'Your EPA went too far': Farmers hit hard by Trump EPA's new ethanol rules are fumingNBC News
  • Banks Fire Up Their Mortgage Machine for a Refinancing BoomBloomberg
  • Americans Pushed to the Suburbs as City Prices Soar Out of ReachBloomberg
  • Panera is losing nearly 100 percent of its workers every year as fast-food turnover crisis worsensCNBC
  • China says it's willing to resolve the trade war with a 'calm attitude'CNBC
  • U.S.-China trade war about to turn against consumersUPI
  • More U.S. Homebuyers Say They Expect a Recession by Next YearBloomberg
  • More Americans Say the Economy Is Declining, and They’re Blaming TrumpBloomberg
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