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What We Read Today 31 January 2018

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Topics today include:

  • Are U.S. Consumers Living Beyond Their Means?

  • Rate Hikes for the Fed in 2018

  • ‚ÄčAnalysts Are Upgrading Global Earnings at a Breakneck Pace

  • Top Performing ETFs of 2017

  • Volatility In Perspective

  • Is Marijuana Bad for Your Heart? Science Can't Say Yet

  • Associations Between Marijuana Use and Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Outcomes: A Systematic Review

  • Battery Storage Revolution Could 'Sound the Death Knell for Fossil Fuels'

  • FBI warns it has 'grave concerns' about omissions in Nunes memo

  • FBI chief told White House not to release Nunes memo: report

  • Trump's Treasury Secretary Cool on 'Too Big to Fail' Process

  • Trump’s infrastructure plan is a private, expensive bridge to nowhere

  • Trump's Economic Nationalism: Who's It Good For?

  • Can Amazon Transform Health Care? It's Not a Crazy Idea

  • For Bezos, Buffett and Dimon, a Health Push Years in the Making

  • The True State of the Union: A House Divided, Enslaved & Mired in the Mistakes of the Past

  • Trump Still Dreams of a 1950s-Era Economy

  • Can Italexit Happen?  Markets are Worried

  • Prime Minister Theresa May promises to release Brexit economic impact papers to MPs and peers

  • Olive Branch wins Erdogan friends at home, but risks standoff with US

  • Washington Widens the War in Syria by Provoking Turkey

  • Jordan, Israel resume frosty relations

  • What role will Moscow assume in Yemen's civil war?

  • China's Real Interest Rates are Still Low

  • And More


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