General Electric Co. and Holcim Ltd. are sending a message to their industrial peers: The iron’s hot.
Mitt Romney says Barack Obama’s policies will consign the U.S. to an extended period of sluggish economic growth, at best. The president says his Republican challenger’s plans will sow the seeds of another mammoth recession. Both are wrong.
Treasuries rose the most in three weeks after Federal Reserve policy makers cut their estimates for U.S. economic growth while winding down monetary stimulus.
The U.S. business cycle has been transformed as asset prices become more influential and manufacturing less so.
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