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China says it will never use its currency as a weapon in the trade war
Premier Li Keqiang said China "will never go down the path of stimulating exports by devaluing its currency."

Blind Brexit? Businesses fear even more uncertainty
The United Kingdom could leave the European Union with very little idea of what its trading relationship will be at the end of a transition period in 2020. That's a new nightmare for business.

Dow sets first record high since January
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China strikes back by going after America's energy companies
Liquified natural gas is a fast-growing industry, and China's retaliatory tariffs will hurt.

Investors are starting to worry about the economy
One in four professional investors are bracing for global growth to slow in the next year, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey.

Executives on the front line worry about where the trade war goes next
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What they're saying about the trade war at China's 'Davos'
As the US government steps up its trade offensive, business leaders in China say that Beijing is ready to dig in for a war of attrition.

Minimum wage since 1938
When the federal minimum wage first became law in 1938, it was 25 cents. Adjusted for inflation, that would be worth $4.19 today. Scroll over the chart to see historical minimum wage amounts, and their corresponding values in today's dollars.

Corporate America is spending more on buybacks than anything else
For the first time in a decade, Corporate America is steering more money into stock buybacks than investing in the future.

Countries with higher wages than the U.S.
Some Republicans say high wages in the U.S. are hurting America's global competitiveness. See the countries where wages are even higher.


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