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How investors can profit from oil

Janney Chief Investment Strategist Mark Luschini, Ark Investments CEO Cathie Wood, LPL Financial Fixed Income Investment Strategist Anthony Valeri and Intrader Market Strategist Bill Baruch on the state of the markets.

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  1. Keystone pipe dream

    Canadian minister of natural resources Joe Oliver on how long Canada is willing to wait on the president to decide on the Keystone pipeline.

  2. U.S. Backs G20 Crackdown On Global Tax Loopholes

    The United States threw its weight behind a push to make global taxation reform a key goal for the Group of 20 advanced and emerging economies, supporting moves to c...

  3. U.S. backs G20 crackdown on global tax loopholes

    The United States threw its weight behind a push to make global taxation reform a key goal for the Group of 20 advanced and emerging economies, supporting moves to c...

  4. OPEC: World Oil Demand to Rise More than Expected

    World oil demand will rise slightly more than expected in 2014, OPEC said on Wednesday, becoming the second major forecaster this week to predict higher fuel use as ...

  5. Yahoo Shifts Europe Tax Base to Ireland

    Yahoo! Inc is shifting its main European tax base to Ireland from Switzerland, a Reuters examination of company statements and accounts shows, as pressure mounts on ...

  6. Emerging Sell-Off Hits European Shares, Lifts Yen

    Emerging markets led a global sell-off in risky assets on Monday as European stocks followed sharp falls in Asia and safe-haven assets such as the yen and gold ralli...

  7. Lessons From Abroad on Financial Education

    The U.S. is not alone in its attempts to address financial literacy in public schools. An international push is on to teach kids the money skills they need to naviga...

  8. Hits and Misses in 2013 Predictions

    Which experts were right, and who was wrong, in their predictions for 2013? This year's roundup follows,  but keep this in mind as we check the winners and losers in...

  9. Eurozone Factory Output Drops in October

    Industrial output in the 17 countries that share the euro fell sharply in October, a development that raises fresh questions about the sustainability of the currency...

  10. ECB Warns of Deflationary Pressures

    The European Central Bank's chief economist said on Friday the euro zone faces deflationary pressures, and the bank's president stressed that interest rates must rem...

  11. Futures Point to Cautious Start on Wall Street

    Stock futures indicated a cautious start for Wall Street on Tuesday, as investors wait to see whether markets will make another run at key milestones, after a failur...

  12. Is Money Key to Happiness? It Doesn't Hurt

    It's no surprise that the global financial crisis affected the happiness of those countries that were worst hit. According to a report released Tuesday by the Organi...

  1. The cost of doing business in China

    TSAI Capital president Christopher Tsai and ‘The Coming Collapse of China’ author Gordon Chang on investing in the Chinese economy.

  2. Stossel 06/26/14: Crapitalism

    Stossel takes on crony capitalism and the Export-Import Bank

  3. Christine Lagarde: Any oil shock from Iraq could affect U.S. economy

    IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde on the outlook for the U.S. economy.

  4. Lagarde: Tax reform with increased minimum wage will kickstart growth

    IMF managing director Christine Lagarde breaks down the IMF’s forecast for the U.S. economy.

  5. Tax reform necessary for economic recovery?

    Nuveen Asset Management chief equity strategist Bob Doll and Federated Investors chief equity strategist Phil Orlando talk tax reform.

  6. Turkey Accuses Twitter of 'Tax Evasion'

    Turkey urged executives from Twitter to open an office and start paying Turkish tax on Monday in the first direct talks since a two-week ban imposed on the site as t...

  7. The Pay Gap Is Alive and Well — and Hurting Women

    "An explanation is where the mind comes to rest." — UnknownThe pay gap: women earn less than men, and one study suggests 77% of men's pay. Others argue that no, the ...

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