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U.S. productivity drops by most since fourth quarter 2015

06 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON American workers were unexpectedly less productive during the third quarter, with growth in their output failing to keep up with hours worked.

Warren's big healthcare plan relies on big assumptions

01 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's plan for universal healthcare rests on an assumption she can radically change an industry the size of Germany's entire economy without new costs for the average taxpayer.

No Twitter ads, no problem for Trump: campaign official

31 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON Twitter Inc's decision to scrap political advertising will have little effect on the re-election campaign of U.S. President Donald Trump, the candidate who spent the most on digital ads in the 2020 election, a Trump campaign official said on Thursday.

No Twitter ads, no problem for Trump - campaign official

31 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON, Oct 31 Twitter Inc's decision to scrap political advertising will have little effect on the re-election campaign of U.S. President Donald Trump, the candidate who spent the most on digital ads in the 2020 election, a Trump campaign official said on Thursday.

'Vamos to Victory': Trump’s Spanish ads skirt immigration, warn of socialism

30 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO U.S. President Donald Trump's re-election campaign has run more than 3,000 Facebook ads in English asking for support to curb illegal immigration in the past six months, often asking people to sign online petitions to "deport illegals."

Barring a turnout surge, strong economy favors Trump in 2020, researchers say

15 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON A strong U.S. economy could help President Donald Trump win re-election next year unless there is a surge in voter turnout, economic research firm Moody's Analytics said on Tuesday.

Mexico finance minister losing sleep over sluggish economy, stalled trade deal

15 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON Mexico's economy is not in recession yet but the federal government is trying to counter an economic slowdown with targeted infrastructure spending, Finance Minister Arturo Herrera said on Tuesday.

U.S. presidential candidate Warren calls on AT&T to reject plan she says will cost jobs

10 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON U.S. presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren called on AT&T Inc to reject an activist investor plan she said would lead to job cuts, staking out a different position than President Donald Trump who has cheered the investor's involvement.

Federal Reserve policymakers increasingly divided on way ahead, minutes show

09 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON Most Federal Reserve policymakers supported the need for an interest rate cut in September, minutes of the central bank's last policy meeting showed, but they remained divided on the path ahead for monetary policy.

Federal Reserve policymakers increasingly divided on way ahead, minutes show

09 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON, Oct 9 Most Federal Reserve policymakers supported the need for an interest rate cut in September, minutes of the central bank's last policy meeting showed, but they remain increasingly divided on the path ahead for monetary policy.

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