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Tech leads rally as Wall Street shrugs off election limbo

Technology and health care companies led a stock market rally Wednesday, as Wall Street embraced the upside of more gridlock in Washington even as the outcome of the U.S. presidential election remained in limbo.

Market debut of Chinese e-finance giant Ant Group postponed

The planned stock market debut of the world's biggest online finance company, Ant Group, was suspended in Shanghai and Hong Kong on Tuesday, disrupting a record-setting $34.5 billion initial public offering that highlighted China's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Why you shouldn’t think of a home as an investment

We fawn over real estate because it's visible. We can see it and brag about it and host in it and inherit it and, most importantly, gooseneck at others' homes, with the supposed values conveniently posted on the Internet. This is not the same as stashing money smartly.

Georgia’s ruling party claims victory in parliamentary vote

TBILISI, Georgia — Georgia's governing party claimed victory in a tightly contested parliamentary election Saturday, but an opposition alliance around an ex-president who has spent years in self-imposed exile refused to concede defeat and aspired to form a new coalition government in the ex-Soviet nation.

U.S. consumer spending rose a moderate 1.4% in September

U.S. consumers increased their spending by 1.4% in September, a modest gain but far less than the big increases of late spring, adding to concerns that Americans remain cautious with the viral pandemic resurging across the country and impeding the economy.

U.S. wages and benefits grow at sluggish pace amid pandemic

U.S. consumers increased their spending by 1.4% in September, a modest gain but far less than the big increases of late spring, adding to concerns that Americans remain cautious with the viral pandemic resurging across the country and impeding the economy.

Pending home sales cool in September, down 2.2%

The pending sales of existing homes fell 2.2% in September, the National Association of Realtors said Thursday, the first monthly contraction of that figure in four months.