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The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Yellen and the Fed may deserve more of the credit for the market's move.

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Verizon has decided to bring back unlimited data plans. But while that's great for its subscribers, it's awful news for investors. It's another sign of how brutally competitive the telecom business is. And it's hurting Verizon's stock.

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Apple stock is less than $1 away from its all-time high amid renewed optimism for the iPhone.

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The U.K. released a package of measures to increase transparency and prevent abuse of limited partnerships, which criminals have used to launder money through the country.

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Foreign fund flows into Asia’s emerging markets surged in November, marking a turn in investor sentiment toward some of the most beaten-down assets in the region this year.

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One of Venezuela’s creditors has rescinded a settlement agreement with President Nicolás Maduro’s government and hired Moelis bankers to force a sale of Citgo, the country’s prized U.S. crude refiner.

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India named Shaktikanta Das, a former civil servant, as the governor of its central bank a day after his predecessor resigned following months of tensions with a government that has pushed to loosen restrictions on bank lending with a general election looming next year.

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Japan withdrew an offer to make executives at a government-backed investment fund eligible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in performance-based compensation, highlighting an undercurrent of disapproval over executives’ high pay.

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France became the most heavily taxed of the world’s rich countries in 2017, according to figures published the day after President Emmanuel Macron backed off a fuel-tax increase that enraged much of the nation.

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