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Bond King Gundlach says it would be a 'miracle' if White House's inflation view works out

The Trump administration is betting that wages can rise without sparking runaway inflation, but bond king Jeff Gundlach isn't so sure.

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Welcome to Copenhagen, the city where cycling is king

How is the Danish capital blazing a trail when it comes to cycling?

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From helping lung cancer patients to ethical investing

Bronwyn King of Tobacco Free Portfolios said she started her journey to ethical investing after finding her savings fund invested in tobacco stocks.

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Welcome to Copenhagen, the city where cycling is king

How is the Danish capital blazing a trail when it comes to cycling?

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Walmart's online sales growth target is likely a 'little bit aggressive'

Walmart has big investment plans for online sales, but has some way to go against Amazon, says King Lip of Baker Avenue Asset Management.

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Kudlow: Trump needs a return to 'King Dollar'

There is still a missing pillar of prosperity in the Trump economic agenda, and that is a sound dollar strategy.

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Wynn Resorts' $5 billion problem

Japanese pachinko king Kazuo Okada's lawsuit could add to the company's woes.

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"Bond King" Bill Gross is parting with his $9 million rare stamp collection

PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross is parting ways with rare stamp collection come September.

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Shares of Burger King owner spike on profit beat, better sales at burger chain

Restaurant Brands International posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit on the back of new menu items and affordable burgers.

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The US equity correction is more technical rather than fundamental

Forecasts for interest rates and government spending are important, but from a longer-term perspective, says King Lip of Baker Avenue Asset Management.

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