The president endorsed the public release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian election meddling. Here’s what it would take for investors to take notice. See full story.
The yield curve inverted — here are 5 things investors need to know
A closely watched measure of the yield curve inverted Friday, underlining worries about economic growth and rattling the stock market. But investors might be pushing the panic button a bit prematurely. See full story.
9 reasons why the housing market risks hitting a perfect storm
The falling 30-year mortgage rate could reverse and hit 6% in the second half of next year despite big constraints on demand among home buyers. See full story.
‘Cancel Brexit’ petition tops record 4 million signatures, crashing website at least twice
A petition to stop Brexit hits a milestone on the same day over 1 million anti-Brexit protesters flood London streets, demanding a new vote. See full story.
Facebook crumbles around its lonely king
Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and chief executive of Facebook Inc., seems increasingly alone at the top of his company with the departure of two key executives last week, after his privacy pivot. See full story.
‘Forget Occupy Wall Street, maybe Occupy Madison Avenue is a better idea.’ See full story.
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