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Powell Signals Rate Cut at Senate Hearing

Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell again signaled that the central bank is ready to cut interest rates later this month. Photo: AP
By WSJ
updated11/07/2019 19:07

Fed Chairman Hints at Lower Interest Rates, Cites Trade Uncertainty

Testifying before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell indicated that continuing global economic uncertainty could lead the central bank to lower interest rates at its July meeting. Photo: AP
By WSJ
updated10/07/2019 20:07

Why Gas Prices Vary From Pump to Pump

Two gas stations right next door to each other can have different prices for a gallon of gas. WSJ breaks down the different global, national and local factors that affect the price you pay at the pump. Image: Getty
By WSJ
updated04/07/2019 12:07

Trump and Xi Agree to Resume Trade Talks. What’s Next?

President Trump says he will allow U.S. companies to resume selling high-tech equipment to Huawei, after he and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, agreed to restart trade talks. Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters
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updated29/06/2019 15:06

How the Permian Basin Became North America’s Hottest Oilfield

The U.S. has more than doubled its crude output over the last decade. Much of the growth is due to the Permian Basin of West Texas and New Mexico. WSJ traces the hotspot of North America’s crude oil boom, with a look at challenges that producers in the region face.
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updated27/06/2019 18:06

Throngs of North Koreans Cheer as Xi and Kim Meet for Historic Summit

Chinese President Xi Jinping visited North Korea for a two-day summit with Kim Jong Un, with both leaders seeking to bolster their leverage in separate negotiations with the U.S. Photo: Getty
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updated21/06/2019 13:06

No Interest Rate Cuts For Now, But Fed Says Future Cuts Are Possible

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says the Fed will continue to monitor cross currents on trade, jobs and growth. Powell reiterated the Fed’s independence from political pressure. Photo: Getty Images
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updated19/06/2019 22:06

How Chick-fil-A Got Big by Keeping Its Menu Small

Chick-fil-A is expanding off the strength of its simple chicken sandwich. WSJ explains how its leaner menu helps the company avoid some of the pitfalls of its competitors. Photo Illustration: Carter McCall/The Wall Street Journal
By WSJ
updated18/06/2019 21:06

Hong Kong’s Status as Global Financial Hub Under Threat

A proposed extradition bill is raising fears that Beijing will encroach on Hong Kong’s legal independence. Can the city remain an attractive financial hub for international companies? Photo composite: Sharon Shi
By WSJ
updated14/06/2019 14:06

Tariffs Could Toast The Avocado Market

Nearly a quarter-century since NAFTA went into effect, U.S. consumption of avocados has risen around 460%. The vast majority of the avocados eaten in the U.S. come from Mexico and tariffs could bite into the fruit’s popularity. WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports. Photo: Getty
By WSJ
updated08/06/2019 3:06

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