U.S. stocks set to climb as China trade deal gets closer and Conservatives take U.K. election

Stock futures climbed Friday, as two major geopolitical uncertainties appeared to lift for investors, with movement on U.S.-China trade progress and a decisive election in the U.K. that may clear a path for Brexit. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures YMZ19, +0.47% climbed 129 points, or 0.5%, to 28,257, while S&P 500 futures ESZ19, +0.45% rose 12.75 points, or 0.4%, to 3,180.75. On […]

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CNN producer resigns following misconduct claims, report says

Tucker Carlson on CNN’s bias exposed CNN has had a liberal agenda from the beginning, but it wasn’t always nakedly partisan and didn’t used to function like a political campaign. A CNN producer abruptly resigned, according to a Thursday report, just weeks after he was implicated by another network staffer of sexual misconduct, in leaked videos from the controversial conservative watchdog […]

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'Honey, we shrunk the impeachment': Kimberley Strassel reacts to revised Democratic articles

Kim Strassel on Democrats dropping ‘quid pro quo’ from impeachment argument ‘Resistance (At All Costs)’ author Kimberly Strassel breaks down the impeachment inquiry on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’ Wall Street Journal Editorial Board member and Fox News contributor Kimberley Strassel said Thursday Democrats were continuing to shrink the parameters of their formal impeachment case against President Trump. Strassel told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" […]

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RPT-Japan big manufacturers' business mood sours to over 6-year low – BOJ tankan

(Attaches to additional alert) TOKYO, Dec 13 (Reuters) – Business confidence at big Japanese manufacturers worsened in the three months to December to its lowest level more than six years, the central bank’s “tankan” survey showed, as the prolonged U.S.-China trade war and global slowdown weigh on the export-led economy. The headline index for big manufacturers’ sentiment stood at zero […]

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Trump, US trade negotiators talk strategy as China tariffs loom

Powell on China trade: Monetary policy can’t react to short-term news Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell discusses the economic impact if a U.S.-China trade deal fails. President Trump and U.S. trade negotiators are scheduled to meet at the White House on Thursday to finalize their plan for new China tariffs set to take effect this weekend. Continue Reading Below The […]

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