Aircraft Sales Boosted U.S. Durable-Goods Orders in January

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Orders for long-lasting factory goods climbed last month due to purchases of military and civilian aircraft, overshadowing a weak start to 2017 for business investment in new equipment.

Two Retailers, One Big Worry

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Target and Best Buy are moving in opposite directions, but they both have reason to fear a border tax.

The World's Most Radical Experiment in Monetary Policy Isn't Working

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A generation of Japanese have grown accustomed to falling prices. That’s presented a seemingly impassable obstacle to the central bank, whose negative interest rates and other stimulus policies were supposed to spur wage and price increases.

Samsung's Latest Crack at Windows

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Tablet sales have been falling, but Surface has proved demand for business-focused devices.

The New Normal for Drug Makers

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There were fewer double-digit price increases during the annual beginning-of-the-year price hikes as the pharmaceutical industry fights a wave of bad publicity.

Global Exchanges Merger Game Gets a Restart---Again

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The Deutsche Börse and London Stock Exchange tie-up looks set to fail. That opens the door for NYSE-owner InterContinental Exchanges.

Defending the Euro Starts With Cleaning Up the Banks

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Bad loans aren’t just an economic burden; they also undermine the eurozone itself

A People-Powered Pickup for the Art Market

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Return of sidelined auction executives could boost high-end art sales.

Economic Surveys Show Deep Splits in Confidence Along Party Lines

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Since the election of President Donald Trump, consumer confidence and sentiment surveys that ask participants about the health of the economy have seen their responses divided like never before along partisan lines.

Why Almost Everybody Should Apply for College Financial Aid

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The income cutoff is much higher than many parents think.

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