The next jobs report will be the most important in recent memory. Here’s why it could be a make-or-break moment for the stock market’s red-hot rally.
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The next jobs report will be the most important in recent memory. Here’s why it could be a make-or-break moment for the stock market’s red-hot rally.

Stocks soared to record highs last week after the Federal Reserve signaled it was open to cutting interest rates if the economy weakens. That sets up the July…

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Trump signs more sanctions punishing Iran after it shot down a US drone
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Trump signs more sanctions punishing Iran after it shot down a US drone

President Donald Trump announced a series of new sanctions on Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei and other key officials. The sanctions come in the wake of the Iranian…

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Japan is taking extreme measures to defuse its demographic time bomb
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Japan is taking extreme measures to defuse its demographic time bomb

In Japan, people aren't having sex. That means they're not having babies either, and the declining fertility rate is creating a demographic time bomb. The Japanese government is…

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GOLDMAN SACHS: An investing strategy that’s been left for dead is now poised to triple the market’s returns. Buy these stocks to profit from the reversal.
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GOLDMAN SACHS: An investing strategy that’s been left for dead is now poised to triple the market’s returns. Buy these stocks to profit from the reversal.

Value stocks have underperformed their growth counterparts throughout the 10-year bull market. It's been even more noticeable since the beginning of May, when expectations of an economic slowdown…

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Trump’s ‘America First’ allies say he saved his presidency from John Bolton by backing off a strike on Iran
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Trump’s ‘America First’ allies say he saved his presidency from John Bolton by backing off a strike on Iran

Former advisers and "America First" supporters praised President Donald Trump's decision not to strike Iran last week. They said Trump's decision could prevent another war in the region…

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Hulu’s HR chief shares the simple task you should do when you realize you hate your job
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Hulu’s HR chief shares the simple task you should do when you realize you hate your job

Hulu HR head Shannon Sullivan felt unfulfilled at work.She realized that was because her job involved many tedious processes. Once she made those more efficient, she could enjoy…

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Facebook just launched the latest strike in its 15-month cold war with Apple
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Facebook just launched the latest strike in its 15-month cold war with Apple

Facebook and Apple's cold war continued on Monday.Nick Clegg, Facebook's head of global affairs and a top lieutenant to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggested that the company is not…

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Verizon FiOS service is down in large chunks of the Northeast
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Verizon FiOS service is down in large chunks of the Northeast

Verizon FiOS service went down in the northeastern and central US on Monday morning. The issues started around 7 a.m. EST, and service had started to return by…

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The AmEx Platinum Card is offering a coveted 100,000-point bonus — but it’s not for just anyone
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The AmEx Platinum Card is offering a coveted 100,000-point bonus — but it’s not for just anyone

Business Insider may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network if you apply for a credit card, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and…

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Beyond Meat slides after Whole Foods inks a deal with a major competitor
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‘They are going to get steamrolled’: California’s governor warns Facebook, YouTube, and other social media giants that government regulation is coming
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‘They are going to get steamrolled’: California’s governor warns Facebook, YouTube, and other social media giants that government regulation is coming

California Gov. Gavin Newsom warned the tech industry of impending federal regulation in a recent interview with Axios."The current regulatory framework for these social media companies is going…

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Industry leaders are ‘freaking out’ about tariffs and clamoring for warehouses in this loophole-friendly Mexican border town
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Industry leaders are ‘freaking out’ about tariffs and clamoring for warehouses in this loophole-friendly Mexican border town

President Donald Trump's trade war will slap 25% tariffs on some $325 billion worth of imports from China. Retailers and manufacturers aren't prepared to move all of their…

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Fear over big tech’s growth and an economic slowdown just forced one Wall Street bull to slash his earnings outlook yet again
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Fear over big tech’s growth and an economic slowdown just forced one Wall Street bull to slash his earnings outlook yet again

Credit Suisse just lowered its S&P 500 earnings outlook for the second time this year due to a host of macroeconomic and company-specific factors weighing on the market.The…

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McDonald’s just claimed a crucial victory over burger rivals like Wendy’s for the first time in years
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McDonald’s just claimed a crucial victory over burger rivals like Wendy’s for the first time in years

McDonald's grew its share of burger sales for the first time in five years. The announcement of McDonald's victory comes one year after the fast-food giant rolled out…

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Staggering medical bills are the biggest driver of personal bankruptcies in the US. Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking about filing for bankruptcy.
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Staggering medical bills are the biggest driver of personal bankruptcies in the US. Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking about filing for bankruptcy.

Personal bankruptcies have been on the decline since the recession ended, but one reason people may not be filing for them is that the process is too expensive.…

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Trump calls on China, and the world, to protect their own ships from Iran
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Trump calls on China, and the world, to protect their own ships from Iran

President Donald Trump called on Monday for China, and the rest of the world, to protect its own ships traveling through the Strait of Hormuz.The US accuses Iran…

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Caesars surges as Eldorado Resorts agrees to buy the casino operator for $8.6 billion in a deal backed by Carl Icahn
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Caesars surges as Eldorado Resorts agrees to buy the casino operator for $8.6 billion in a deal backed by Carl Icahn

Shares of Caesars Entertainment rose as much as 12% in early trading on Monday after Eldorado Resorts agreed to buy the casino operator in a cash and stock…

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The Trump administration has reportedly buried reports warning that climate change will harm crops and cause health problems
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The Trump administration has reportedly buried reports warning that climate change will harm crops and cause health problems

The Trump administration has buried dozens of studies by the US Department of Agriculture assessing the effects of climate change, Politico reported. The studies are said to assess…

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Trump’s most dovish advisers win out on Iran as the president replays the ‘maximum pressure strategy’ he used against North Korea
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Trump’s most dovish advisers win out on Iran as the president replays the ‘maximum pressure strategy’ he used against North Korea

President Donald Trump in an interview with NBC News' Chuck Todd Sunday that he has offered to take part in negotiations with Iran's leaders "with no preconditions." "I'm…

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Lyft’s outgoing CMO reveals the 3 qualities she looks for in all new hires
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Lyft’s outgoing CMO reveals the 3 qualities she looks for in all new hires

Joy Howard is Lyft's outgoing chief marketing officer. She has previously held senior marketing roles at Coca-Cola, Sonos, and Converse. Speaking to Business Insider, Howard revealed the three…

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An executive at one of the largest electronic marketplaces for bonds compared the future of trading to Tesla’s autopilot and believes 90% of trading will be automated in 4 years
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An executive at one of the largest electronic marketplaces for bonds compared the future of trading to Tesla’s autopilot and believes 90% of trading will be automated in 4 years

Richard Schiffman, the head of open trading at electronic marketplace MarketAxess, said the corporate bond market should aim to be automated much in the same way Tesla's auto-pilot…

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