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Tuesday September 25th, 2018 11:05AM

AP Business - Economy

North Korea rejects UN sanctions, briefs envoys in Pyongyang
North Korea says a sweeping new round of U.N. sanctions aimed at choking off funding for its nuclear program is an abuse of power and is threatening to take tough countermeasures
1:24AM ( 1 year ago )
House bill would relax bank rules aimed at averting crash
The House has approved legislation easing bank curbs that Democrats imposed in 2010 to prevent another financial crisis
6:20PM ( 1 year ago )
UK Brexit minister: Leaving EU won't mean economic isolation
Britain's minister for leaving the European Union is trying to reassure businesses that exiting the bloc won't cut the U.K. off from much-needed international workers and investment
5:28PM ( 1 year ago )
Oil and banks take Dow to new highs, but tech companies dive
The Dow Jones industrial average reaches a record high as banks and energy companies build on their recent gains, but other indexes were dragged lower by steep drops in technology companies and high-dividend stocks
4:28PM ( 1 year ago )
Victory lap: Trump heads for Indianapolis, Cincinnati
President-elect Donald Trump headed out on a victory lap Thursday, first in Indiana to salute workers at a factory where he says he saved hundreds of jobs and then in Ohio on the first stop of a tour to honor supporters in states that helped him
1:44PM ( 1 year ago )
Oil and banks take Dow to new highs, but tech stocks dive
The Dow Jones industrial average reaches a record high as banks and energy companies build on their recent gains
1:36PM ( 1 year ago )
Critics say online sales rules for Czech bars are all wet
The Czech Republic has launched a new system to increase tax revenue by requiring bars and restaurants to report their sales online
12:25PM ( 1 year ago )
US 30-year average mortgage rate rises to 4.08 percent
Long-term U.S. mortgage rates marked a fifth week of surges in the aftermath of Donald Trump's election win, reaching their highest levels this year
12:12PM ( 1 year ago )
Iraq hopes OPEC deal will help cover its massive war costs
The government of Iraq is hoping a new OPEC deal will help the war-weary country generate enough revenue to help pay for its costly, 2-year-old fight against the Islamic State group
12:02PM ( 1 year ago )
Senate set to vote on 10-year extension of Iran sanction law
The Senate is ready to take up legislation that would renew a decades-old law that allows the United States to hit companies with economic sanctions for doing business with Iran
11:23AM ( 1 year ago )