U.S. Stocks Wobble Ahead of Tax-Bill Vote
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Declining shares of technology companies caused stocks to wobble Tuesday ahead of House Republicans' vote on a sweeping rewrite of the U.S. tax code
U.S. Housing Starts Grew In November
U.S. housing starts rose last month to the highest level in more than a year, driven by gains in single-family home building in the South and West.
Oil Gains as Pipeline Outage Continues
Oil prices rose Tuesday morning, helped in part by the continuing outage of a North Sea pipeline and reports that Russia's largest oil company could envision continuing production curbs past 2018.
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Which Digital Currency Will Be the Next Bitcoin?
Investors in cryptocurrencies are hoping lightning strikes twice, as the outsize recent gains in bitcoin are encouraging migration to several digital relatives. Litecoin is especially benefiting from bitcoin's surging popularity.
Fintech Startups Seek to Shake Up Money Transfer Industry
Fintech startups including WorldRemit, TransferWise and Remitly are pulling ahead of the pack of dozens of companies trying to disrupt the remittance industry, using the latest technology to send money internationally.
ECB's Weidmann Pushes for Faster End to QE
The European Central Bank should have moved more aggressively to signal an end to its trillion-euro bond-buying program, the president of Germany's Bundesbank said, laying bare clear differences within the policy setting Governing Council on the future of monetary policy.
Eurozone Wage Growth Slows in Blow to ECB Hopes
Eurozone wage growth slowed in the three months to September, a blow to the European Central Bank's hopes that falling unemployment will help it meet its inflation target over coming years.
Germany Says Facebook Abuses Market Dominance to Collect Data
Germany's top antitrust enforcer opened a new front against big tech firms when it said the way Facebook harvests user data constitutes an abuse of dominance.
The Flawed Bull Case for Bitcoin
Even after taking full account of its technological advantages, the argument for bitcoin to keep rallying still falls apart.
Cryptocurrency Exchange Collapses, Files for Bankruptcy After Second Hack
A cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea collapsed after it suffered a second cyberattack in eight months and lost a large amount of its digital-currency reserves.
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December 19, 2017 11:15 ET (16:15 GMT)