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Ken Fisher on why he believes euphoria will end the current bull market

The full interview with Ken Fisher.

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There's a change coming in Brussels - and it could be crucial for the euro zone

The jobs of both the president of the Eurogroup and Euro Working Group will soon be up for grabs as incumbents step down at the end of the year.

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Stocks set to end week positive

U.S. stock index futures were higher Friday after stocks rebounded Thursday from an early deficit.

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More Americans lack health insurance since Trump became president

A total of 12.3 percent of adults now lack insurance, 1.4 percentage points higher than the end of 2016, right before President Donald Trump took office.

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There’s a change coming in Brussels — and it could be crucial for the euro zone

The jobs of both the president of the Eurogroup and Euro Working Group will soon be up for grabs as incumbents step down at the end of the year.

Source: CNBC.com

Obamacare rescue bill draws 24 sponsors — Republicans and Democrats — in the Senate

The bill would restore billions of dollars in payments to Obamacare insurers, many of whom raised prices because of fears the payments would end.

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Senior House tax writer Pat Tiberi is leaving office as GOP tries to pass tax bill

Rep. Pat Tiberi, a senior member of the House tax-writing committee, will leave office by the end of January.

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This refugee-turned-activist from Uganda wants to end global inequality

Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International, said her experience as a refugee continues to shape her fight for human rights and gender and wealth equality.

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American Express CEO Ken Chenault to leave after 17-year run

It will be the end of a 17-year run at the helm of Amex, and a 37-year career with the company.

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By selling now, investors risk missing an additional 'melt-up' in the market

Investors who try to time the market can end up stuck on the sidelines when stocks surge.

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