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What We Read Today 22 December 2017

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Topics today include:‚Äč

  • Credit Issuance Continues at Same Rate in U.S., Slows in EU

  • Dozens of Companies Are Using Facebook to Exclude Older Workers From Job Ads

  • 4 Warning Signs of a Bad Vendor

  • Active ETF Investments Surge

  • This Could Be the Best Reason Not to Claim Social Security Early

  • How to Get Rid of Mueller

  • Bitcoin Freefall

  • Bitcoin slump sees trades suspended on certain exchanges

  • Foreign Private Buyers Pick Up Pace of US Treasury Purchases

  • Trump Signs $1.5 Trillion Tax Cut in First Major Legislative Win

  • The True Lesson of the Tax Bill: This Country Is for Rich People

  • Support for Donald Trump's Impeachment is Higher Than His Re-Election Chances

  • FBI deputy confirmed to Congress that Comey told him about Trump loyalty pledge: report

  • Mississippi Is the State With Most Fatal Crashes During the Holidays

  • Is the rent “too damn high”? Or are incomes too low?

  • The government has published its long-awaited Brexit sectoral analyses and no one is impressed

  • Fox News Destroys the Clinton Uranium Corruption Theory

  • India Monetary Policy Panel Stays Vigilant on Cost Pressures

  • China’s Flagship TV Network Hasn’t Registered as a Foreign Agent

  • And More

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