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US employers add 228K jobs; unemployment rate stays 4.1 pct.
The U.S. job market is benefiting from an unlikely source: Other countries. The global economy is showing renewed strength, with Europe, Japan and many developing nations growing in tandem for the first time in a decade. The brightening international picture is encouraging more hiring in the United
Stocks rise as investors digest US politics, Brexit progress
Stock markets are mostly higher as investors digest the impact of the US passage of the tax bill and the implications of a guilty plea by Trump's former national security advisor
Asian stock markets advance; US tax bill, politics in focus
Asian stock markets were mostly higher on Monday, with U.S. politics in focus. Investors are digesting the U.S. Senate's passage of the tax bill and implications of the guilty plea by President Donald Trump's former U.S. national security adviser. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei 225 dipped 0.2
Trump ally Christopher Ruddy: 'Mueller poses an existential threat to the Trump presidency'
roundtable." Joined by the editor of Bloomberg business wooek. Megan Murphy. Jen psaai. Alex Castellanos. Christopher ruddy. And Charles blow. The plea deal hit Friday. A variety of readings on it now so far if today's program. What is your read? Several things are baffling about this. Anybody
Black Friday deals boosted US auto sales in November
Black Friday deals boosted US auto sales in November even as post-hurricane demand fell
Global stocks rise, shrugging off North Korean missile
Global stocks mostly rise as as investors appear to shrug off the latest launch of a ballistic missile by North Korea
Consumers are ready to spend this holiday season _ right?
Consumers seem primed to spend this holiday season, but some indicators suggest less merry times ahead
Asian shares mixed following North Korean missile launch
Shares mixed in Asia after broad rally lifts U.S. stocks to milestone-shattering finish
Trump predicts success of Senate tax plan
He further criticized Democratic leaders for backing out of a scheduled meeting.
SPECIAL REPORT: Trump discusses tax bill and latest North Korean missile launch
The president addressed the launch in an appearance before reporters at the White House, pledging, "We will take care of it ... It is a situation that we will handle."