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Topics today include:
Bond Quality is Degrading
Monetary Policy for Full Employment and Price Stability
A lost century in economics: Three theories of banking and the conclusive evidence
Why your taxes could go up sooner than you think
Coal in the Labor Market Stocking?
Electric Vehicle Global Growth Curve
CEO of 'Fire and Fury' publisher responds to Trump legal threat
December 2017 BLS Jobs Situation Below Expectations But Still OK
Grand Jury Empaneled In $10 Million Fraud Probe Involving Jane And Bernie Sanders
Decision could spell deportation for these 250,000 immigrants
Poll: Trump approval drops to 37 percent
White House rejects Bannon's apology
Removing a president using the 25th Amendment would require a political apocalypse
Retail Investors Are on Their Longest Buying Spree of the Bull Market
64 migrants believed dead after boat sinks in Mediterranean
Euro-Area Economic Confidence Soars to Nearly Two-Decade High
India's highest court to review colonial-era law criminalising gay sex
China’s Richest Woman Made $2 Billion in Just Four Days
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