Tom Lydon on CNBC: Investors Doubling Down on Emerging Markets, Trade Deal

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. Call it investor shrewdness or overexuberant hope, but capital allocators into emerging markets won’t budge, according to ETF Trends Publisher Tom Lydon on CNBC’s Closing Bell on Friday, who has seen continued flows into the EM space–a sign that EM investors are doubling down on the notion that a U.S.-China trade deal will […]

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Trump on CNN’s Jim Acosta: ‘If he misbehaves, we’ll throw him out’

President Trump being interviewed by Fox News’ Chris Wallace for "Fox News Sunday" to be broadcast at 2 and 7pm on Sunday Nov.18. President Trump told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that he will kick CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta out of press conferences if he "misbehaves" going forward after a federal judge temporarily restored his press pass. Trump sat down with […]

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My ‘bottom’ was being drunk on TV. But I’m grateful I hit it before I killed myself or others

He said he would make sure I’d never work in Baltimore again. Ha. My first inclination was to laugh when I heard what the producer said. As if local Baltimore TV was ever a goal of mine. I had far bigger dreams. So what if I kept sabotaging them?  Doing a live TV segment in a drunken blackout was only the latest example. […]

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Man arrested on gun charges said synagogue shooting victims ‘deserved it,’ say court docs

WASHINGTON — A D.C. man who was arrested on Friday on gun charges allegedly had social media ties to the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter and told relatives that the victims of the shooting “deserved it.” That’s according to court records on Jeffrey R. Clark, who resides in the Bloomingdale neighborhood. Clark appeared in U.S. Court in D.C. on Tuesday where he […]

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Snap reveals US subpoenas on IPO disclosures

Snap’s 2017 public offering is coming under scrutiny by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Continue Reading Below Snap said in a statement to Reuters, it has responded to the government subpoenas and other requests for information. The federal inquiries follow an ongoing shareholder lawsuit in which investors allege that Snap misled the public about how […]

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Oil on track for longest losing streak on record

Can’t sustain this low oil price: Fmr. Shell Oil President Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister on the outlook for oil prices. U.S. crude oil futures were getting hammered Tuesday, with West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil down almost 5 percent in afternoon trading. Continue Reading Below If the contract finishes the session lower, it will be its 12th consecutive session […]

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On her first day of orientation on Capitol Hill, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez protests outside Pelosi’s office

WASHINGTON – Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Tuesday kicked off her first day of new-member orientation by participating in a climate change protest at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s office. About 200 people were in Pelosi’s office lobby and down the hall, and among them was the 29-year-old New York Democrat. Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, said she wants […]

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