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GOP Leaders Gamble On Health Law

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:51:09 EST

GOP Leaders Gamble On Health Law

Republican leaders are betting that the only way for Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act is to set a bill in motion and gamble that fellow GOP lawmakers won’t dare to block it.

GOP Leaders Gamble On Health Law

WASHINGTON—Republican leaders are betting that the only way for Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act is to set a bill in motion and gamble that fellow GOP lawmakers won’t dare to block it.




What's News: Business & Finance

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:51:13 EST

What’s News: Business & Finance

What’s News: Business & Finance

Stocks and bonds are again moving in tandem, a sign some investors may be losing faith in the so-called reflation trade. A1




Markets Flash Warning Sign

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:51:25 EST

Markets Flash Warning Sign

Stocks and bonds are both rising, raising doubts about the popular ‘reflation’ trade

Markets Flash Warning Sign

Stocks and bonds are again moving in tandem after diverging in recent months—a sign some investors may be losing faith in the so-called reflation trade.




What's News: World-Wide

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:51:27 EST

What’s News: World-Wide

What’s News: World-Wide

Republican leaders are betting that the only way for Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act is to set a bill in motion and gamble that fellow GOP lawmakers won’t dare to block it. A1




the failure of JAPAN'S radical easing

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:51:33 EST

the failure of JAPAN’S radical easing

A generation of Japanese accustomed to falling prices has diminished the impact of negative interest rates and other stimulus that were supposed to spur wage and price increases; ‘people love to save’

the failure of JAPAN’S radical easing

During Japan’s go-go 1980s, Hiromi Shibata once blew a month’s salary on a cashmere coat, wore it a few times, then retired it. Today, her daughter’s idea of a shopping spree is scrounging through her mom’s closet in Shizuoka, a provincial capital.




Keeping Kosher in a Corner Of Siberia Is No Picnic

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:51:35 EST

Keeping Kosher in a Corner Of Siberia Is No Picnic

It’s tough being observant in Russia’s remote Jewish Autonomous Region. Eli Riss aims to fix that by shipping in beef from 5,000 miles away.

Keeping Kosher in a Corner Of Siberia Is No Picnic

BIROBIDZHAN, Russia—When Rabbi Eli Riss flies from Moscow to his home near the Russia-China border, he carries three full suitcases. One contains clothes, the others kosher steaks and cheese.




Drug Companies Keep Lid on Price Increases

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:51:36 EST

Drug Companies Keep Lid on Price Increases

Facing criticism of drug prices, including from President Trump, pharmaceutical companies have held most of their January price increases to less than 10%.

Drug Companies Keep Lid on Price Increases

Facing mounting criticism about prices, drug companies put some limits on their increases this year.