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Private Sector Credit (MoM)

Time Left Impact Previous Consensus Actual 1 day 0.4% Calendar Events

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How Do Cash Back Credit Cards Work?

Ever wonder to yourself: How do cash back credit cards work? Everyone wants a cash back card, but many people don’t know how to get the most out of them. Here’s our guide. How Do Cash Back Credit Cards Work? appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC. Money …

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Complex web of international banks, shell companies said to help North Korea skirt sanctions

Report describes the complex web of international companies, financial firms and individual proxies used to move money and goods in and out of sanctioned North Korea, The Wall Street Journal reports. Top News & Analysis

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Wall Street in “last legs” of the shake out, says Susan Schmidt

Aviva Investors’ head of U.S. equities tells Reuters’ Fred Katayama expect volatility to continue into 2019. She explains why the consumer sector may present good investment opportunities. Reuters Video: Personal Finance

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3 reasons you should work to raise your credit score in 2019

With one important caveat. Top News & Analysis

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Brazil’s BTG Pactual founder to return to controlling partner group

Banco BTG Pactual SA’s founder Andre Esteves will return to the bank’s controlling group of partners, following his acquittal of corruption charges, according to a securities filing on Friday. Reuters: Company News

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Consumer Price Index Growth (YoY)

Time Left Impact Previous Consensus Actual 1 day 2.0% 1.7% Calendar Events

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UPDATE 3-Sears Chair Lampert makes $4.4 bln bid to keep retailer alive

Sears Holdings Corp Chairman Eddie Lampert submitted a $ 4.4 billion takeover bid for the bankrupt U.S. retailer, representing its only chance of escaping liquidation and laying off tens of thousands of workers, a spokesman for the billionaire’s hedge fund said on Friday. Reuters: Company News

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Euro Q1 Fundamental Forecast: Missed Window of Opportunity at End of 2018 Portends Weak Start to 2019

For the Euro, being in a situation where political risks are cropping up while growth and inflation expectations are going down does not bode well for the future. DailyFX – Feeds all

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Consumer Price Index Growth

Time Left Impact Previous Consensus Actual 1 day -0.7% 0.1% Calendar Events

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Easy New Year’s Money Moves: 9 Things To Do This January

The New Year brings new opportunities for better financial health. Here are five easy ways to set yourself up for success in 2019. Easy New Year’s Money Moves: 9 Things To Do This January appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC. Money Under 30

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Wall Street rally pauses but mints weekly gain

The S&P 500 ended marginally lower in a choppy session on Friday, but major indexes posted weekly gains for the first time in December. Fred Katayama reports. Reuters Video: Personal Finance

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Elon Musk and Tesla have ‘outmaneuvered’ the SEC, says management guru Jeff Sonnenfeld

Tesla appointed an Elon Musk "clone" in Larry Ellison, says Yale's Jeff Sonnenfeld. "The SEC has been had on this one." Top News & Analysis

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UPDATE 2-Sears Chair Lampert makes bid to keep retailer alive -sources

Sears Holdings Corp Chairman Eddie Lampert has submitted a roughly $ 4.6 billion takeover bid for the bankrupt U.S. retailer, representing its only chance of escaping liquidation and laying off tens of thousands of workers, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. Reuters: Company News

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USD/JPY Sentiment: Net-Long Reaches a 9-month High

Traders are further net-long than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger USDJPY-bearish. DailyFX – Feeds all

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U.S. retirees try to keep cool as stocks tumble

Nancy Farrington, a retiree who turns 75 next month, admits to being in a constant state of anxiety over the biggest December stock market rout since Herbert Hoover was president. Reuters: Wealth

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Diversification will work in ’19, says Kevin Mahn

Diversification didn’t work for most of 2018, but Hennion & Walsh Asset Management’s CIO tells Reuters’ Fred Katayama that gold and Treasuries zigged at year end when stocks zagged. Diversifying will pay off in ’19, he says. Reuters Video: Personal Finance