The Dow is now on pace for its best June return in 80 years

Published: June 22, 2019 12:00 p.m. ET

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U.S. stock benchmarks enjoy a nearly unfettered run-up toward records on the back of hope of an easy-money Fed. See full story.

OPEC readies for ‘critical’ meeting, decision on oil output cuts

The meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies in early July is coming at a particularly important and volatile time for oil. Prices have been supported by major producers’ output cuts, growing tensions in the Middle East, but also pressured by forecasts of a slowdown in global demand. See full story.

The road to riches is this simple: Drive a crappy car

Buying new cars is like taking $40,000 and setting it on fire. See full story.

After Trump’s sweeping tax reform, more Americans owed the IRS money

The first year under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was a rude surprise for many workers. See full story.

Canopy co-CEO defends large losses as a deserved reward for pot company’s employees

Canopy Growth Corp. co-Chief Executive Bruce Linton defended the company’s widening paper losses Friday by contending that paying employees with stock is every cannabis company’s financial and social responsibility. See full story.


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