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Germany extends checks at Austrian border for six months

Germany will extend temporary controls at its border with Austria for six months due to concerns the EU's external frontiers are not sufficiently protected, the interior ministry said on Friday.

Here's how to find out what your Social Security check will be in 2019

Expect to receive an online or paper notice from the Social Security Administration in December detailing how your 2019 checks will change.

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Amazon could suffer 5% income drop if proposed U.S. Postal Service price hikes go into effect Inc.’s retail operating income could take a 5% hit from shipping cost inflation if the U.S. Postal Service’s proposed price hikes go into ...

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Fed Officials See Strong Economy Justifying Interest Rate Rises

Though the central bank has boosted rates—drawing criticism from President Trump—it sees falling unemployment, economic growth and the return of ...

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FTSE 100 falls in second day of global market turbulence

Panic selling on Wall St spreads amid concern over trade disputes, inflation and Donald Trump’s clash with Federal ReserveThe City has felt the full ...

Social Security benefits see biggest jump in 7 years

Retirees will see their biggest cost-of-living adjustment since 2012 as the agency offsets higher inflation

Social Security checks will grow in 2019 as inflation rises

Tens of millions of Social Security beneficiaries and other retirees can expect a 2.8 percent increase in benefits next year as inflation edges higher

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DUP leader says May 'could not in good conscience' back EU border plan

British Prime Minister Theresa May "could not in good conscience" back an EU proposal for checks on goods being imported to Northern Ireland from Britain, the head of the party that props up her government said on Thursday.

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U.S. inflation slows in September, weekly jobless claims increase

U.S. consumer prices rose less than expected in September, held back by a slower increase in the cost of rent and falling energy prices, as ...

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Soyuz crew will spend one night in hospital for medical checks - Interfax

The two-man U.S.-Russian crew of a Soyuz spacecraft, U.S. astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin, will spend one night in a ...

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Most federal retirees to receive 2.8 percent COLA in January

The upcoming inflation adjustment for retirees will be the largest since 2012.

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As Markets Swoon, Finance Chiefs Urge US, China to Cool It

The heads of the World Bank and IMF appealed Thursday to the U.S. and China to cool their dispute over technology policy and play by world trade rules, as tumbling share prices drove home potential perils from a clash between the world's two biggest economies. Global economic growth is slowing but remains strong, Christine Lagarde, managing ...

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Trump Calls Stock Sell-Off 'A Correction,' Says Federal Reserve is 'Crazy'

U.S. President Donald Trump said that Wednesday's stock market sell-off was in fact a long-awaited "correction," and that the Federal Reserve, which has been raising U.S. interest rates, had gone "crazy."  Trump's use of the word correction to describe the sell-off could be significant. A stock market correction is defined as a decline of at ...

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Manage Inflation Expectations With ‘RINF’ ETF

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Sudan Economy Facing Crisis After Sharp Currency Dip

Many Sudanese are complaining after the government's sharp devaluation of the pound Sunday, cutting its official value almost in half, as an already ...

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Michael Bloomberg rejoins Democratic party amid presidential run speculation

Former New York City mayor said in Instagram post he re-registered as a Democrat to ‘provide checks and balance’ The former New York City mayor ...

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EU's Barnier says Brexit deal may be 'within reach' next week, demands Irish checks

European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Wednesday an agreement with Britain could be "within reach" next week, calling for decisive progress in the talks in time for a summit of all 28 EU leaders.

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Brexit deal next week 'within reach': Barnier

A Brexit deal is "within reach" next week, EU negotiator Michel Barnier said on Wednesday, even as he rammed home his insistence that Britain must accept possible checks on trade between its mainland and Northern Ireland.

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PPI data show return of wholesale inflation

PPI data show return of wholesale inflation

Michael Bloomberg re-registers as Democrat ahead of midterms

"We need Democrats to provide the checks and balance our nation so badly needs," wrote Bloomberg on social media

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Soaring Rice Prices Are Dulling Duterte’s Luster in Philippines

The president ordered restrictions on rice imports to be dropped in an effort to tame inflation, but his administration has been widely blamed for ...

WATCH: Inside Hurricane Michael

David Muir checks in with the NOAA Hurricane Hunters to discuss the storm.

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Turkey Reveals Plans to Tame Inflation

The Turkish government unveiled measures aimed at reining in double-digit inflation that has helped erode investor confidence in the country and ...

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Trump Says Fed Is Raising Interest Rates Too Fast

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday again criticized the Federal Reserve, telling reporters the central bank was going too fast in raising rates when inflation is minimal and government data point to a strong economy. "Well, I like to see low interest rates. The Fed is doing what it thinks is necessary, but I don't like what they're doing ...

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Trump renews Fed criticism, says raising rates too fast

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday again criticized the Federal Reserve, telling reporters the central bank is going too fast in raising rates when inflation is minimal and government data points to a strong economy.

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Popularity of Electric Scooters Creates Jobs for 'Juicers'

You see them everywhere in U.S. cities — young and old riding rented electric-powered scooters. When they are done, they can leave the scooters anywhere.  Someone has to find and charge the scooters, then return them to designated hot spots where ...

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