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2016-05-13

The Wall Street Journal: This ramen costs $180 a bowl because it has gold in it

You won’t find college kids eating this noodle soup.

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The Wall Street Journal: Magic Johnson resigns from Square board to pursue infrastructure fund

Basketball legend says he was approached with a $1 billion investment for his fund.

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Economic Outlook: Fed’s Brainard: Global economic environment remains ‘quite challenging’

Federal Reserve Gov. Lael Brainard, a leading dove on the U.S. central bank, described the global economic environment as “quite challenging’ in an interview Friday.

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Market Extra: Hedge funds blame the Fed for their poor performance

The SALT hedge fund conference — an annual Las Vegas event put on by Skybridge Capital, which has become the industry’s biggest yearly event — hasn’t fully exuded the sort of bluster and bravado one would associate with the business.

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The Wall Street Journal: White House says transgender students must be allowed to use bathroom of their choice

The Obama administration tells educators they should allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their chosen gender.

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Capitol Report: Treasury’s Raskin says many aren’t prepared to make their most important financial decision

The number-two ranking official at the Treasury Department says student debt is the weightiest investment decision many individuals are making at a time when they’re often not educated to do so. Read the Q&A with Sarah Bloom Raskin.

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NewsWatch: Here’s how investors are duped each earnings season

Earnings season is a misery, as more companies are using tactics that irk reporters, analysts and investors alike.

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U.S. to show Eurovision for the first time — here’s what to expect

For the first time ever, the Eurovision Song Contest will air live on U.S. TV on Saturday, bringing the supercharged, glitzy event to a bigger audience than ever before.

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2016-05-12

Capitol Report: Drug prices rising at fastest pace since Viagra’s introduction, PPI shows

Drug prices are skyrocketing, at least on the wholesale level, according to data released Friday.

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Project Syndicate: Monopolies once again dominate our weak and unequal economy

Monopolies are becoming a larger part of the U.S. economy, and that’s not good news, writes Joseph Stiglitz.

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In One Chart: The equity exodus by investors is getting worse

The exodus out of equity mutual fund hit a record level in the week ended May 11, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Flow Show released Friday

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This kind of stadium funding could only happen in Las Vegas

An NFL team owner and a billionaire want taxpayers to kick in an unprecedented $750 million, says Jason Notte.

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