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Mar 30 2023
Russian authorities said Thursday they had detained a Wall Street Journal reporter on suspicion of espionage.
The Details: Russia's Federal Security Service said it had detained Evan Gershkovich, a U.S. citizen, in the eastern city of Yekaterinburg.
Key Quotes: The FSB said in a statement that Gershkovich, “acting on the instructions of the American side, collected informationCNN Business Wall Street Journal (News) Washington Examiner
Dec 14 2023
Goldman Sachs said it expects the easing cycle to begin in March as the U.S. central bank kept the rates unchanged in its latest policy meeting, saying inflation was dropping faster than expected. The stark shift in the Fed outlook with 17 of 19 policymakers seeing rates lower by the end of 2024 fueled bets of rate cuts as early as March. U.S. borrowing costs are now in the 5.25%-5.5% range asNewsmax (News)
Jun 22 2023
Wall Street Journal fights back over criticism for letting Justice Alito scoop hit piece targeting himThe Blaze
Jun 12 2023
Wall Street Journal: George Soros has handed control of his charitable and political activities to his son Alex
Billionaire George Soros, a leading philanthropist and contributor to liberal political causes, has tapped his 37-year old son Alexander Soros to lead his charitable foundation and political action committee, according to the Wall Street Journal. In an interview with the Journal Sunday, Alexander Soros was revealed to be the chair of the Open Society Foundations, Soros’ main philanthropicCNN (Online News)
Feb 09 2024
More gains for U.S. stocks on Friday sent Wall Street to its latest record, milestone and winning week.
The S&P 500 rose 0.6% and finished a day above the 5,000 level for the first time. It’s the 10th record in less than a month for the index, which closed its 14th winning week in the last 15 to continue a romp that began around Halloween.
The Nasdaq composite jumped 1.2% toAssociated Press
Dec 14 2020
Wall Street Journal contributor Joseph Epstein faced criticism over the weekend for "misogynistic views" after penning a column suggesting soon-to-be first lady Jill Biden stop using the title "doctor," though she is one.
Doug Emhoff, husband to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, and Northwestern University, where Epstein says he taught for 30 years, were among those who responded toUSA TODAY
Dec 14 2023
Senior Federal Reserve officials are by no means unanimous about the central bank’s December forecast showing three cuts in U.S. interest rates in 2024. Neither is Wall Street. Some economists see as many as seven rate cuts in 2024 — with the Fed starting early — and others just two. The short-term fed funds rate could range from a low of 3.5%-3.75% to a high of 4.75% to 5% under these varyingMarketWatch
Oct 26 2020
By early October, even people inside the White House believed President Trump’s re-election campaign needed a desperate rescue mission. So three men allied with the president gathered at a house in McLean, Va., to launch one.
The host was Arthur Schwartz, a New York public relations man close to President Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr. The guests were a White House lawyer, EricNew York Times (News)
Jul 22 2020
More than 280 journalists, editors and other employees at The Wall Street Journal sent a letter to their publisher expressing concerns about misinformation in the paper's opinion section.
The letter says that “opinion’s lack of fact-checking and transparency, and its apparent disregard for evidence, undermine our readers’ trust and our ability to gain credibility with sources.”The Hill
Dec 11 2023