The carnage on Wall Street last week surely rattled investors, but on Main Street the good times aren’t about to end. Why it’s not time to panic. See full story.
Saudis ‘reject’ threat of U.S. sanctions over Khashoggi disappearance, vowing ‘greater action’ in retaliation
Saudi Arabia on Sunday vowed to retaliate against any threats from the United States after President Trump said Riyadh would suffer “severe consequences” if it turns out they were behind the disappearance of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi from the Saudi consulate in Turkey. See full story.
With Sears set to declare bankruptcy, what comes next?
As Sears Holdings Corp. plans to file for chapter 11 protection Sunday, the big question is whether a smaller Sears emerges from bankruptcy or whether the filing leads to a liquidation and a final end to the storied department-store chain. See full story.
Trump calls Mattis a Democrat, suggests he’s on the way out
President Donald Trump said that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis could be considering whether to step down from his post and said that he sees the Pentagon chief as “sort of a Democrat,” a veiled critique of one of his most popular cabinet secretaries. See full story.
Six blue-chip stocks to buy on the dip
Alibaba and Citigroup are among large companies to own for the long run. See full story.
In a rising rate environment, certificates of deposit are increasingly competitive for short-term investing, but there are risks. See full story.
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