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Jim Cramer Recommends Selling These 10 Stocks in August

In this article, we discuss the 10 stocks Jim Cramer recommends selling in August. If you want to read more about other stocks Jim Cramer recommends selling, go straight to Jim Cramer recommends selling these 5 stocks in August.
Jim Cramer, the former hedge fund manager and current host of CNBC's...

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The U.S. accused a Chinese MIT professor of spying. Now cleared, he’s helped discover what may be the ‘best semiconductor material ever found’

A team of researchers has discovered what the Massachusetts Institute of Technology calls the "best semiconductor material ever made," even better than silicon, the material used in almost every computer chip in the world.
In July, scientists from MIT, the University of Houston and other institut...

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The U.S. accused a Chinese MIT professor of spying. Now cleared, he’s helped discover what may be the ‘best semiconductor material ever found’

A team of researchers has discovered what the Massachusetts Institute of Technology calls the "best semiconductor material ever made," even better than silicon, the material used in almost every computer chip in the world.
In July, scientists from MIT, the University of Houston and other institut...

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Former Afghan president says palace cook was offered $100,000 to poison him as Taliban stormed across country last summer

Critics say Ghani's sudden and clandestine departure left Kabul disoriented as US and NATO forces found themselves in the final stages of their chaotic withdrawal from the country after 20 years.

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Former Afghan president says palace cook was offered $100,000 to poison him as Taliban stormed across country last summer

Critics say Ghani's sudden and clandestine departure left Kabul disoriented as US and NATO forces found themselves in the final stages of their chaotic withdrawal from the country after 20 years.

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China Wrestles With Protests, Discontent Amid a Slowing Economy

As China's economy falters, protests have erupted over frozen bank accounts and mortgage payments for unfinished homes. The WSJ explains the reasons for the simmering discontent and how the Beijing authorities are trying to contain it. Photo Composition: WSJ

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‘I’m in a very lucky position’: I will receive a $300,000 inheritance. Should I pay off my mortgage or invest the money?

"I'm exhausting my retirement accounts - IRA and 401(k) - and I want to retire in less than 10 years."

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Elon Musk scores a rare win in Twitter acquisition lawsuit as the company is ordered to hand over documents from fired general manager

Elon Musk at the 2022 Met Gala. Andrew Kelly/Reuters
Musk's lawyers last week demanded the release of documents from 22 Twitter employees.
The judge in charge ordered documents from only one employee, Kayvon Beykpour.
Musk is now seeking more information on dates through an additional request, wh...

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USDA Gives You Another Really Good Reason Not to Eat Frozen Pizza

After a hard day or week at work, sometimes we just shuffle home, pop a frozen pizza in the oven, and become one with the couch. It is a special treat to combine the taste of a frozen pizza with the moment when you can finally relax. Whether veggie pizza is your jam or you're an all-meat-always t...

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J.P. Morgan Says the Stock Market Is Poised for More Upside; Here Are 2 Stocks the Banking Giant Likes

The big question investors are asking right now is: Where will inflation go? And the related follow-up question for everyone is: How far will the Fed hike rates in response? The possible answers run the gamut of possibilities, from President Biden's cheery talk of "zero percent inflation" to the ...

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Life in America is getting back to ‘normal,’ except when it comes to the office

Travel and food are almost back to 2019 levels, but the slow pace of office workers' return is nowhere near, according to this BofA Global chart.

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China pares back holdings of U.S. Treasuries for 7th month

By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss
NEW YORK (Reuters) - China slashed holdings of U.S. Treasuries for the seventh straight month in June, Treasury Department data released on Monday showed, with investors hesitating the move amid tensions between the world's two largest economies, in which Taiwan was in...

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Why did one of history’s greatest tech investors just give $350 million to a real estate startup headed by disgraced WeWork founder Adam Neumann?

The famous WeWork implosion might seem like a PR nightmare from which an executive would be impossible to recover, and spawned both a television series and a documentary film chronicling the office leasing firm's failure.
On Monday, that assumption was proven wrong when billionaire Marc Andreesse...

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Why did one of history’s greatest tech investors just give $350 million to a real estate startup headed by disgraced WeWork founder Adam Neumann?

The famous WeWork implosion might seem like a PR nightmare from which an executive would be impossible to recover, and spawned both a television series and a documentary film chronicling the office leasing firm's failure.
On Monday, that assumption was proven wrong when billionaire Marc Andreesse...

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DOJ Opposes Release of Affidavit in Trump Search

The Justice Department said Monday it opposed the release of an FBI affidavit justifying a search warrant used to seize documents at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida last week. Wendy Benjaminson reports on "Bloomberg Triple Take".

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DOJ Opposes Release of Affidavit in Trump Search

The Justice Department said Monday it opposed the release of an FBI affidavit justifying a search warrant used to seize documents at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida last week. Wendy Benjaminson reports on "Bloomberg Triple Take".

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UPDATE 2-U.S. Justice Dept opposes revealing evidence supporting search of Trump's home

(Updates with background, details from the submission)
By Sarah N Lynch
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice said Monday it opposed the unsealing of the affidavit prosecutors used to seek authorization from a federal judge to search former President Donald Trump's home in Florida...

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Biden to sign law on Tuesday cutting most current EV credits

By David Shepardson
(Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden is set to sign legislation on Tuesday eliminating EV tax credits for most models, which currently effectively reach up to $7,500.
The White House said Biden will sign legislation Tuesday approving the $430 billion climate, health and tax bi...

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A New Take on the Big Mac (May Be) Headed to U.S. McDonald's Menus

When it comes to the most iconic sandwiches in fast food history, a few always come to mind. Normally, however, most people would mention McDonald's Big Mac first. Created by a Pittsburgh-area McDonald's franchise owner in the late '60s, the sandwich was called The Aristocrat and The Blue Ribbon ...

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Should Social Security be eliminated as a federal entitlement program? Or would that ‘end the program as you know it’?

Under the current structure, Social Security and Medicare budgets are automatically approved and disbursed, but under Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson's plan, Congress would have the ability to review and edit the budgets for these programs each year. "If you qualify for the entitlement, ...

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3 reasons the Hyundai Ioniq 6 makes the Tesla Model 3 seem a bit boring

The Ioniq 6 has a bold look, design details and high-tech features that are way cooler than the Tesla.

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Russia's ruble sinks as Moscow allows 'friendly' countries to re-enter the bond market

Russian President Vladimir Putin. Getty Images
The ruble fell as the Kremlin allowed "friendly" countries to re-enter its bond market.
Investors from countries that have not participated in sanctions against Russia are allowed to trade in debt securities.
The Russian currency fell as much as 1.5%...

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Fernando Tatis Jr.’s $340 million contract will be shared with a firm that invested in him when he was a teenager

Star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. signed a massive 14-year, $340 million contract with the San Diego Padres in 2021, at the time the third-largest contract in baseball history. When Tatis, now 23, was a teenager playing Single-A baseball, he signed with Big League Advance, a company that invests ...

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Billionaire Ray Dalio Loads Up on These 3 “Strong Buy” Stocks

Over the past month, both the S&P and NASDAQ have climbed out of bear territory, posting gains of 10% and 13%, respectively. It's enough to make investors' heads spin. Let's not forget that markets presented investors with a bearish challenge in 1H22 with 6 consecutive months of losses. Headwinds...

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President Biden’s approval rating one year after Afghanistan withdrawal

Yahoo Finance Rick Newman breaks down how President Biden's approval rating has evolved since withdrawing from Afghanistan a year ago and since the FBI raided Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence.

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‘I have committed financial infidelity’: I racked up $50,000 in debt to help my troubled son — and have not told my husband. How do I get out of this mess?

This is a second marriage and one of my sons is unstable and a drug user. My husband has zero respect for my son and refuses to help unless it is directly related to the children (clothing, sports fees, school supplies, etc.).

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Cannabis company SNDL beats revenue estimates

Yahoo Finance Live moderators discuss quarterly earnings for SNDL.

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Cannabis company SNDL beats revenue estimates

Yahoo Finance Live moderators discuss quarterly earnings for SNDL.

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‘I don’t have many people visiting me’—You may be surprised to learn that your neighbor is going hungry

Many middle-class and affluent people are unaware that some of their neighbors, including millions of older adults, are struggling with food insecurity

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A quarter of the U.S. will fall inside an extreme heat belt. Here are the states in the red zone.

The First Street Foundation — whose property-level climate risk studies can be used by homebuyers — is adding a heat model to its flood and wildfire tool.

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