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Japan's Market Guardedness Lifted by Naming of New Era

The Japanese people are looking forward with optimism to the Reiwa age.

From Dungeons to Unmarked Graves -- Wall Street's Haunted History

Not just the ghosts of bad trades past reside in the storied area of downtown Manhattan.

Eli LIlly Beats, Sears Cuts Whirlpool: Tuesday's Top Stories

Top stories today: Eli Lilly is raising its projections for the entire year since its newer drugs are doing well, Sears stops selling Whirlpool appliances in their stores and President Trump meets with lawmakers to discuss tax reform.

Congress Passes Disaster Tax Relief for the Hurricane Victims

TheStreet reports on how congress made it easier to file for your 2017 taxes if you were a victim of Hurricane Harvey, Irma or Maria.

Video: Jim Cramer Reacts to PG&E's Stock Decline

PG&E shares slumped on Friday amid worries it may have helped cause the devastating wildfires in Northern California.

Hurricane Maria Devastated an Already Poverty-Stricken Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico faces a long road to recovery following Hurricane Maria's devastation three weeks ago. The already-poverty stricken U.S. territory already held over $70 billion in debt prior to the storm.

JPMorgan Chase Beats, Trump's Tax Reform, Thursday's Top Stories

Today's top stories: JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says the U.S. economy is healthy, President Trump passes Congress to pass tax reform, and the death toll in California's wine country continues to climb.

Everything You Need to Know About Your Fire Insurance

Make sure you check your homeowners insurance policy for fire coverage -- here's what you need to know.

California Fires Turn Tragic, P&G Proxy Vote, Tuesday's Top Stories

Today's top stories: 11 people have died as a result of the fires in Northern California, P&G proxy vote comes to a head today, small business optimism index was lower in September.

5 Official Twitter Accounts to Follow for Tropical Storm Nate Updates

NWS New Orleans and NOLA Ready are just some of the official Twitter accounts you'll want to follow as Nate takes aim Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.