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Your Weekly Recommendations Wednesday, September 20, 2017
 
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WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Fed Watch, Traditional Indexing vs. Smart Beta
The Wall Street Journal • Brian Hershberg
Tata Steel, Thyssenkrupp sign MoU for European Steel JV
The Economic Times of India • Rakhi Mazumdar
Investopedia launches online finance and investing academy
Digiday • Suman Bhattacharyya
Equifax Confirms Another 'Security Incident'
NPR • Merrit Kennedy
Young people 'face debt epidemic'
BBC • Judith Burns
Overnight Finance: Corker unveils tax reform details | White House may drop some cuts for wealthy from tax bill | Trump using RNC cash to pay legal bills | Massachusetts AG sues Equifax
The Hill • Sylvan Lane
Overnight Tech: Senate panel debates sex-trafficking bill | Massachusetts AG sues Equifax | Twitter touts progress against terrorist accounts | Anti-virus firm calls Avril Lavigne the most dangerous celeb online
The Hill • Ali Breland
The Best Way To Stress Less About Money
Forbes • Contributor, Next Avenue
Tata and ThyssenKrupp 'agree' first stage of merger deal
BBC • Brian Meechan
Millennials lack confidence to invest, Wells Fargo executive says
CNBC
 
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WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Fed Watch, Traditional Indexing vs. Smart Beta
The Wall Street JournalBrian Hershberg
The easy-money era that has reigned in the years since the financial crisis appears near the beginning of the end, with the Federal Reserve likely to announce today that it will start reducing the trillions of dollars of bonds it has purchased...
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Manufacturing, Pensions & Retirement Plans
Tata Steel, Thyssenkrupp sign MoU for European Steel JV
The Economic Times of IndiaRakhi Mazumdar
BSE 0.63 % and Thyssenkrupp of Germany have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in a deal that is poised to create one of Europe's largest steel compaies. The two partners, who have been in merger talks for more than a year,...
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Education, Finance
Investopedia launches online finance and investing academy
DigidaySuman Bhattacharyya
Investopedia launched an online training academy focused on finance and investing, hoping to zero in on a gap in the market. The post Investopedia launches online finance and investing academy appeared first on Digiday.
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Credit Cards, Credit Services
Equifax Confirms Another 'Security Incident'
NPRMerrit Kennedy
Equifax is already struggling to retain public trust after it waited at least a month to disclose a cyberattack that potentially impacted the personal information of millions of people.
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Credit Cards, Credit Services
Young people 'face debt epidemic'
BBCJudith Burns
Laura Davies, knows what it can be like to have to raid the overdraft to pay the childminder and borrow from family for accommodation. Now 27, she and her partner still live according to a spreadsheet. The Young Women's Trust says a...
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Credit Cards, Credit Services
Overnight Finance: Corker unveils tax reform details | White House may drop some cuts for wealthy from tax bill | Trump using RNC cash to pay legal bills | Massachusetts AG sues Equifax
The HillSylvan Lane
Corker unveils tax reform details: Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), a key member of the Senate Budget Committee, unveiled some details Tuesday about the guidelines the committee resolution would include for tax reform. Corker told reporters that the budget resolution that will unlock...
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Credit Cards, Credit Services
Overnight Tech: Senate panel debates sex-trafficking bill | Massachusetts AG sues Equifax | Twitter touts progress against terrorist accounts | Anti-virus firm calls Avril Lavigne the most dangerous celeb online
The HillAli Breland
SENATE COMMERCE TAKES ON SEX TRAFFICKING BILL: The Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday took up a controversial online sex-trafficking bill, hearing testimony from victims' families who urged lawmakers to act. The hearing room was silent as Yvonne Ambrose tearfully told the panel...
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Finance, Investment Industry
The Best Way To Stress Less About Money
ForbesContributor, Next Avenue
Financial shocks are inevitable. The key to preventing them from being calamitous is planning for the possibility. Here's how to do it.
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Finance, Pensions & Retirement Plans
Tata and ThyssenKrupp 'agree' first stage of merger deal
BBCBrian Meechan
Tata and German steel manufacturer ThyssenKrupp have agreed the first stage of a deal to merge, Wales understands. They have been in negotiations since last year when Tata withdrew from a sales process to sell its entire UK operations, including Port Talbot...
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Bank of America, Economic Policy
Millennials lack confidence to invest, Wells Fargo executive says
CNBC
Kristi Mitchem says when it comes to money, millennials are less than confident about the markets.
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