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The Saints and Sinners as Singapore Developers Build Up Worrying Debt

Singapore's smaller developers are in trouble, S&P warns, with prices falling and sales stagnant right after they borrowed heavily to expand.

When the Debt Ceiling Time Bomb Blows, I Know What to Do

The debt ceiling will one day cause us to go "full Greece", and that will be a real shame.

Closing Bell: Perrigo Cuts Full-Year Guidance; U.S. Stocks Slip

U.S. stocks edged back from records highs set last week as resurfacing supply worries took a chunk out of crude prices.

Jim Cramer: Bank Debt Payments Prevents Herbalife From Buying Back Shares

TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said burdensome bank debt prevents Herbalife from buying back shares of stock.

Bank of England Cuts Rates, Launches ‘Monetary Sledgehammer’

The Bank of England cut interest rates for the first time since 2009 on Thursday, to limit potential economic fallout from the June 23 Brexit vote.

What to Watch Thursday: LinkedIn Earnings, Weekly Jobless Claims

On Thursday, August 4, LinkedIn reports quarterly results and weekly jobless claims are released

Anheuser-Busch InBev Shares Rise on Merger News

Anheuser-Busch InBev shares were on the rise Friday despite missing second quarter profit forecasts

Here’s Why China’s Economic Transition Isn’t So Bad

Why better days are ahead for China's economy.

Radical Steps Are Needed to Restore Market Confidence

The same old problem is still here: the world is drowning in debt.

The Vote Heard Around the World, Brits Vote to Leave the EU

Global stock markets are plummeting and the British pound has fallen to a 30 year low.