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The U.S. dollar is at its strongest in 30 years, judging by the Economist’s January 2019 Big Mac Index, which measures the purchasing-power of currencies against each other.
The relationship is well understood in the higher education universe, but little discussed in the mainstream.
The future ex-wife of Jeff Bezos is set to become the richest woman in history, surpassing Walmart heiress Alice Walton.
The U.S. government shutdown, now in its 20th day, is disrupting the initial public offering process and may cause delays in some of the bigger deals expected in 2019, including those of ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft.
Ford Motor Co. has launched talks with trade unions in Europe about job cuts that could run into the thousands as it shuts European plants and cancels production of unprofitable models
U.S. stock futures point to a lower start as investor worries over a government shutdown and fresh signs of strain in the Chinese economy overshadow optimism over trade talks.
London markets followed Europe’s major indexes into the red on Thursday
Expansions don’t die of old age, they get murdered. And usually the Federal Reserve is guilty.
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