European Shares Retreat As Brexit, Covid-19 Worries Weigh

European stocks fell on Thursday, with concerns over surging Covid-19 cases and a stalemate over a post-Brexit trade deal weighing on sentiment. The World Health Organization said that Europe made up almost half of the world’s four million new coronavirus cases last week, with Austria seeing a 30 percent increase in new cases compared to last week. Media reports suggested […]

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Biden to announce economic team picks next week, with Yellen expected as treasury secretary

What to expect from Biden’s Cabinet picks Axios reporter Hans Nichols, former State Department spokesperson Marie Harf and The King’s College Business and Economics Professor Brian Brenberg discuss Joe Biden’s Cabinet picks and how the Biden administration could change US-foreign policy, climate policy and economic policy. President-elect Joe Biden is expected to announce several members of his economic team next […]

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A New Spain Is Emerging That Drives Conservative Opponents Crazy

Pedro Sanchez’s budget deal will shore up the foundations of his minority government and offer the chance of some political stability in Spain after five years of division and paralysis. The prospect has left his right-wing opponents furious. In a country where ideological divisions run deep, the prime minister has already been vilified by conservatives for sealing a coalition agreement […]

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Jenna Bush Hager Celebrates Twin Sister Barbara's Birthday with Throwback Photos: 'My Partner Since Birth'

Jenna Bush Hager is ringing in her 39th birthday with a special tribute to her "partner since birth." On Wednesday, the daughter of former President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush posted several throwback photos on her Instagram in celebration in honor of her twin sister, Barbara Pierce Bush. "Happy birthday to my partner since birth," she wrote in the […]

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Biden distances himself from Obama amid 'third term' comparisons

Sen. Scott: How will Biden differ from Obama with identical Cabinets? Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., reacts to Joe Biden’s Cabinet picks and Georgia Senate runoffs. President-elect Joe Biden is seeking to distance his incoming administration from comparisons to the Obama years, as some critics speculate his presidency could be the equivalent of a third term for former President Barack Obama. […]

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Biden secretary of state pick under fire for Chinese Biden Center funds

Fox News Flash top headlines for November 25 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. Antony Blinken has had a long history with Joe Biden before the president-elect tapped him to be his secretary of state nominee—as a Biden Senate aide, an advisor to the then-vice president and deputy secretary of state during the […]

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Gold to $2,500: Two ETF analysts break down Citi's bullish call for 2021

Gold's 2021 prospects look bright. Citigroup in recent weeks came out with a $2,500 price target on the yellow metal for 2021, comparing its mosaic of catalysts to that of gold's 1970-1980 bull market. Those catalysts are "very much in place," GraniteShares founder and CEO Will Rhind told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. "The stimulus … would be probably the […]

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DeSantis extends order preventing Floridians from being penalized over mask violations

Politicians should ‘strike a balance’ between enacting coronavirus restrictions and keeping businesses open: Henninger WSJ’s Dan Henninger says inconsistent coronavirus rules and regulations have created a ‘state of chaos.’ As some governors throughout the U.S. implement new restrictions amid an uptick in coronavirus infections, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has remained adamant about trying to keep businesses open and not fining […]

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