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Stocks typically decline the day after the clocks change, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.[2]

On bull market’s 10th anniversary, can stock investors shrug off latest gloom?

More dismal China data, a dovish about-face by the European Central Bank and a lackluster U.S. jobs report all left stock-market investors feeling the weight of the world on their shoulders this past week, sending Wall Street equities on a five-day skid on rising fears that a global slowdown could derail a bull market that celebrates its 10th anniversary on Saturday. See full story.[3]

You may soon own more stocks than you’d like in the rigged Chinese market

Investors in funds that track MSCI indexes will soon have more exposure to China stocks and a brutal totalitarian regime. See full story.[4]

Deutsche Bank agrees to informal merger talks with Commerzbank

Deutsche Bank AG’s  top executives have agreed to hold discussions with rival Commerzbank AG about a potential merger, as Germany’s two biggest banks explore strategic options after suffering prolonged performance and share-price declines, people close to the banks said. See full story.[5]

Mother Jones strings together crime and politics with an exclusive alleging Florida madam sold Chinese execs access to Trump

With a Saturday release came a heavily reported, three-bylined Mother Jones exclusive that brought China and sex (already populating many Google searches this week) together under one tidy headline that included the president. See full story.[6]


Free college and student-loan refinancing will be up for debate during this election cycle. See full story.[8]

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