Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees
Politics

Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees

Bernie Sanders and rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are planning to set a nationwide 15% percent cap on the interest rates that consumers can be charged in a credit card.
Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years
Business

Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years

Uber officially files for an initial public offering, and this week interest parties had a sneak preview of the company's strategy moving forward.
President Trump’s History with Deutsche Bank
Politics

President Trump’s History with Deutsche Bank

For almost two decades, he relied on this bank for financing during a time when other banks refused to lend him money. Now, this relationship is being investigated by the New York attorney General.
Visualizing the State of Government Debt Around the World
Business

Visualizing the State of Government Debt Around the World

One of the most underestimated problems in the global economy right now is the rapid increase in national debt, and this graph shows which countries have the worst numbers.
Michael Bloomberg Registers as a Democrat and May Run for President
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Michael Bloomberg Registers as a Democrat and May Run for President

Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York and a potential presidential candidate for 2020, announced on Wednesday through social media that he has re-registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
US Federal Reserve Hikes Interest Rates for the Third Time This Year
Business

US Federal Reserve Hikes Interest Rates for the Third Time This Year

The US Federal Reserve has once again raised the short-term interest rates in a move confirmed on Wednesday. This is now the 8th time since 2015 that the Fed raises the rates after years of historical lows.

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