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Stanley Druckenmiller Katie Kramer | CNBC Billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller went after President Donald Trump and lawmakers on Friday for attacking big technology companies. “We are attacking our companies that are the leaders in this stuff. But man, it’s great. We’re supporting our steel industry, our coal industry, [and] our aluminum industry. Way to think about the
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May’s overall job growth disappointed, but there were pockets of strength with strong hiring in the health care, computer and digital design and food service industries. The Labor Department’s Friday report on the employment situation also showed a decline in retail positions while manufacturing continued to added to a string of lackluster prints. CNBC studied
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Since last decade, NASA has turned repeatedly to Colorado companies to produce the technology it needs to not only send astronauts on new lunar missions but also to Mars and into the depths of space. Above, the International Space Station. NASA | Getty Images National Aeronautics and Space Administration is opening the International Space Station
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Stanley Druckenmiller Anjali Sundaram This is a developing story. Check back for updates. Longtime hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller says stocks would plummet if Senator Bernie Sanders were elected president in the 2020 election. “If Bernie Sanders became president, I think stock prices should be 30% to 40% lower than they are now,” he said
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The SEC this week voted to approve a financial investment reform package. Known as “Regulation Best Interest” or “Reg BI,” the package is intended to strengthen protections for investors by requiring financial advisors and in particular broker-dealers to disclose conflicts of interest. Does it provide more protection for investors than previous rules? It depends on
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Albert Edwards Rukhsana Hamid | Bloomberg | Getty Images There are contrarian indicators and then there are contrarian indicators — and then there’s Albert Edwards, the pessimistic Societe Generale market analyst who thinks his dethronement as the top-ranked advisor in one survey is a sign that investors ought to watch. In an analysis both cheeky
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