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Morning News: September 11, 2019

7 days ago   |   By Crossing Wall Street

Trump Says Fed ‘Boneheads' Should Cut Interest Rates to Zero ‘Or Less,' US Should Refinance Debt
Bolton Exit Shifts Outlook in Oil Market Roiled by Sanctions
China Exempts Certain Products From Tariffs
Hong Kong Stock Exchange Makes $36.6 Billion Bid for London Stock Exchange
California Passes Landmark Bill to Remake Gig Economy
Apple Reveals Triple-Camera iPhone; $5 Monthly Streaming TV Undercuts Disney
Apple's New, Lower Priced iPhone Draws Tepid Response in Asia
WeWork Mulls Governance Changes To Save IPO
GE Rips Off the Band-Aid at Baker Hughes
Activist Wants AT&T to Be More Like...
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Trump Calls for Fed's ‘Boneheads' to Slash Interest Rates Below Zero

7 days ago   |   By NY Times

President Trump urged the Fed chair, Jerome Powell, to cut borrowing costs below zero in tweets hours before a European Central Bank meeting.
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Trump calls Fed officials 'Boneheads' as he demands zero or negative interest rates

Trump calls Fed officials 'Boneheads' as he demands zero or negative interest rates

7 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Trump said Wednesday interest rates should be zero or negative and that the US should refinance its more than $22 trillion in debt.
The central bank has increasingly become a target of verbal assaults out of the White House ahead of the 2020 elections.
Policymakers are highly unlikely to cut to the extent Trump wants. The Federal Reserve operates independent from political influence.
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President Donald Trump lambasted the independent Federal Reserve early Wednesday, saying interest rates should be zero or negative and that the US should...
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Trump calls Fed officials 'Boneheads' as he demands zero or negative interest rates

Trump calls Fed officials 'Boneheads' as he demands zero or negative interest rates

7 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Trump said Wednesday interest rates should be zero or negative and that the US should refinance its more than $22 trillion in debt.
The central bank has increasingly become a target of verbal assaults out of the White House ahead of the 2020 elections.
Policymakers are highly unlikely to cut to the extent Trump wants. The Federal Reserve operates independent from political influence.
Visit the Markets Insider homepage for more stories .
President Donald Trump lambasted the independent Federal Reserve early Wednesday, saying interest rates should be zero or negative and that the US should...
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Trump says ‘boneheads' at Fed should cut interest rates to zero - or even set negative rates

7 days ago   |   By Washington Post

The tweetstorm comes on the heels of a disappointing jobs report and a week ahead of the Federal Reserve board's next meeting.
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Trump Calls for Fed's ‘Boneheads' to Slash Interest Rates Below Zero

7 days ago   |   By NY Times

President Trump urged Fed Chair Jerome Powell to cut borrowing costs below zero in Twitter posts hours before a key European Central Bank meeting.
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Trump says Fed 'boneheads' should cut interest rates to zero 'or less,' US should refinance debt

7 days ago   |   By CNBC

President Donald Trump on Wednesday continued his verbal assault on the Federal Reserve, who he blames for slowing the economy.
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The investment chief at $1.5 trillion Prudential Financial told us which...

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