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Topics today include:
This Electric Truck Will Probably Beat Tesla’s to Market
Thor Wants To Throw Down An Electric Hammer On Tesla
Vanguard to Launch Blockchain Platform
Crypto Currencies Webinar, Part 1
Why David Tice Says Stocks Could Fall 50%
Little Upside for High Junk Bonds
The DSGE Model Quarrel (Again)
Key to Trigger Market ‘Inflection' Is a 1% Real Fed Rate, JPMorgan Says
Eight planets found orbiting distant star, NASA says
WH hits Obama on economy: At least we agree it’s better under Trump
Paul Ryan And Top Republican Lawmakers Could Reap Personal Windfall From New Real Estate Tax Breaks
Janet Yellen: The Fed may be tightening, but quantitative easing's day will come again
Some Republicans are reconsidering the tax bill's attack on renewable energy
Trump’s other wall: Private immigration jails planned near sanctuary cities
Trump's approval rating is sinking to unthinkable levels in places you'd never expect
Alabama is a precursor to the black vote’s value in 2018 and 2020
These states are running out of CHIP funding
Here's the new Fed dot plot
Tim Rowland On Bears Ears, Vigilance and Overuse
'Congratulations': EU launches next phase of Brexit but warns of tough talks ahead
Israel Draws a Redline in Syria
France cautious over U.S. 'evidence' on Iran weaponry in Yemen
NATO expresses 'serious concerns' Russian missile system violates arms treaty
The Kremlin’s latest crackdown on independent media
North Korea Vows 'Merciless Self-Defensive' Actions If US Imposes Naval Blockade
Made in China 2025 — Not to Worry!
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