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2016-06-16

Capitol Report: Trump to be deposed in D.C. for property lawsuit | Clinton would use executive action on tax loophole | Ted Cruz plots next move

Donald Trump to be deposed in Washington for development-property lawsuit; Hillary Clinton would use executive action on carried interest; Ted Cruz plots his next move; and more.

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Need to Know: Brexit or not, these stocks look ripe to rip higher

Brexit sends markets in another uproar, and even central banks are on a knife’s edge ahead of that vote. While there’s only one hedge in town, this sector looks poised to bust higher, no matter what the U.K. chooses.

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Metals Stocks: Gold’s win streak stretches to 7 as dollar drops, central banks doubted

The Federal Reserve stirred already percolating global growth concerns and the Bank of Japan’s inaction drove the yen to a multi-month high against the U.S. dollar, which is pushing gold to a 7-streak win.

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Caroline Baum: Have businesses really run out of people to hire?

Some businesses complain that they’ve run out of people to hire, but then why aren’t wages rising faster? Caroline Baum wonders.

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The coming train wreck for older workers

American workers aged 50 or older think there’s nearly a 1 in 2 chance they’ll still be working at 70.

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The Wall Street Journal: These two commodities will get a boost from Brexit

Most investors anticipate a global selloff and flight to safety in the event of a British exit from the European Union, but two commodities are expected to rally.

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The Tell: Pound set for 11% slide if Brexit goes ahead, Goldman says

Sterling has already dropped sharply in June on Brexit fears, but the U.K. currency is bound for a much steeper slump if the Brits vote to ditch the European Union next week, according to Goldman Sachs.

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Moneyism: The relationship between student debt and homeownership? It’s complicated

Does student debt derail young people from the American dream of owning a home? That depends on which headline you click.

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What employers need to know about background checks

Job applicants aren’t the only ones who should be on their best behavior.

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Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks set for 6th day of losses as Brexit vote looms large

Wall Street is set for a sixth straight session of losses on Thursday, as so-called Brexit risks intensified with both the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan raising concerns about the U.K.’s EU referendum next week.

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In One Chart: These Americans suffer more hate crimes than anyone else

Hate crimes have fallen slightly, but the same groups are targeted.

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Beer Goggles: Beer and (industry) loathing with Stone Brewing’s Greg Koch

The craft beer pioneer is literally rewriting the rules, expanding in Europe and gathering a $100 million investment fund, explains Jason Notte.

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