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2016-05-17

Mark Hulbert: Gold, it turns out, has a seasonal pattern of weakness

We’re now in the middle of a period in which bullion tends to perform poorly, writes Mark Hulbert.

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Europe Markets: European stocks head for another winning day, with banks leading the way

Bank and commodity shares are among those guiding Europe’s equity benchmark toward a third consecutive win.

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Why cities aren’t ready for the driverless car

When it comes to adopting self-driving cars and trucks, the easiest part may well be building them.

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This is No. 1 financial regret of older Americans

The most significant money regrets that Americans have.

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Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures seesaw as oil rally fades

Wall Street is set for a choppy open on Tuesday, with stock futures struggling for direction as investors assess a faded rally in oil prices and wait for key inflation data.

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Why countries are willing to cheat for Olympic gold

Russian scientist claims country engaged in doping during Sochi games.

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Outside the Box: Paris and Rome fiddle while France and Italy burn

France and Italy must move faster on social and economic reform, writes Satyajit Das

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London Markets: FTSE 100 rises as oil marches higher

Shares of energy companies pop higher on the London benchmark as Brent closes in on $50, while miners get a boost from a pullback in the dollar and banks rise on regulatory news.

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The Wall Street Journal: U.K.’s big banks let off the hook as CMA lays out competition measures

The Competition and Markets Authority has unveiled measures to improve competition and customer service in the retail banking sector, but stops short of calling for big banks to be broken up.

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Marsh on Monday: What does Hitler have to do with Brexit or Greece?

Greece seems likely to benefit from heated European rhetoric over challenges from the British referendum and the far-right that are reminding some of Adolf Hitler, writes David Marsh.

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Currencies: Dollar edges up, but ¥110 remains in the distance

Market sentiment has recently improved, with the oil-price rally and gains in U.S. stocks increasing investors’ risk appetite.

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Futures Movers: Oil prices push past $48-a-barrel, while analysts wait for the selloff

There’s still plenty of oil, say analysts who expect it won’t be long before oil prices resume a downward push, and $45 a barrel could be the next level lower.

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