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Postelection Stock Market Rise Shocks Prominent Economists

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Trump's Ties To Deutsche Bank Present Possible Conflict Of Interest

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Mohamed Hamel (from left), the chairman of the OPEC Board of Governors; Mohammed Bin Saleh al-Sada, president of the OPEC conference; and OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo at a meeting of OPEC in Vienna on Wednesday. Herbert Neubauer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Juana Rivera (left) speaks with agent Fabrizzio Russi about buying insurance through the Affordable Care Act in Miami in 2014. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Police surround McDonald's restaurant employees who were sitting in an intersection in Los Angeles after walking off the job to demand a $15 minimum wage and union rights during nationwide "Fight for $15" protests on Tuesday. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally Oct. 10 in Ambridge, Pa. Stephen Moore, a senior economic adviser to the president-elect, recently said Trump's party is no longer the party of Ronald Reagan and free trade. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's Populism Is Transforming GOP's Economics, Adviser Says

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In An Automated Car Economy, Who Will Lose?

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