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Biden to Davos: Top 1% 'not carrying their weight'
With 48 hours left in the role of US vice-president, Joe Biden used his swansong speech at Davos to tell an audience of the world's wealthiest that they do not pay enough in tax.
Read Joe Biden's Speech Warning of the Collapse of the 'World Order'  Fortune
Biden at Davos: Russia is greatest threat to democracy  USA TODAY
Goldman Sachs smashes estimates on post-Trump surge in trading
Goldman Sachs posted earnings Wednesday that easily topped market expectations on both the top and bottom lines. Shares were volatile on the news, with early losses erased as the stock moved slightly higher in premarket trading.
Goldman Sachs earnings boosted by trading  MarketWatch
Goldman Earnings Climb as Bond Trading Beats Expectations  Bloomberg
US sues JPMorgan for alleged mortgage discrimination
People pass the JP Morgan Chase & Co. Corporate headquarters in the Manhattan borough of New York City, May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar.
US accuses JPMorgan of mortgage discrimination in lawsuit  USA TODAY
How Bad Could JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) Stock Get?
Consumer Prices in U.S. Rise for Fifth Month on Shelter, Gas
The cost of living in the U.S. climbed for a fifth month on the back of shelter and fuel prices, pushing inflation closer to the Federal Reserve's goal.
US Consumer Prices Up 2.1% in December from Year Earlier  Wall Street Journal
Higher gasoline, rental costs boost US consumer inflation  Reuters
Price to face grilling on Obamacare, health care investments
President-elect Donald Trump's pick to run the Health and Human Services Department enters his first confirmation hearing Wednesday with an Obamacare-sized target on his back and a host of ethical questions swirling around him.
Trump's Health Pick to Face Senate Grilling on ACA, Stock Trades  Bloomberg
Tom Price, Trump's pick for HHS secretary, will face the Senate today ...  Business Insider
Target Cuts Forecast as Holiday Pain Spreads to Discounters
Target Corp. cut its fourth-quarter earnings forecast after sales were hurt by “disappointing” customer traffic, signaling that the holiday pain that rocked department-store chains took a toll on discount retailers as well.
Target slumps after disappointing holiday season  USA TODAY
Target issues profit warning on weak holiday sales  MarketWatch
Stock futures edge higher as investors await Yellen speech
Stock futures on Wednesday pointed to a marginally higher open as investors digested earnings reports from Goldman Sachs Group and Citigroup Inc. Investors also are awaiting an important report on inflation as well as a speech from Federal Reserve ...
The Fed is turning more dovish  Business Insider
Wall Street Optimistic Ahead Of Consumer Price Data  Nasdaq
Chuck E. Cheese Is Reportedly Getting Ready to Go Public
The parent company of pizza-and-arcade chain Chuck E. Cheese's has begun to prep for an initial public offering, sources say. The private equity owner of CEC Entertainment, Apollo Global Management, has begun talking with banks about taking CEC ...
Chuck E. Cheese Looks To Play In The Public Market Again, Report Says  Forbes
Chuck E. Cheese prepped for IPO: report  MarketWatch
Dollar recovers some ground after five days of falls
LONDON The dollar rebounded on Wednesday after falling for five days in a row against its currency basket, as investors awaited a speech by the head of the Federal Reserve later in the day and looked to U.S.
Asian stocks close mixed as investors warily await Trump  MarketWatch
Loonie in Hottest Streak Since 1970 as U.S. Dollar Retrenches  Bloomberg
Wilbur Ross says he's "pro sensible trade" in audition to be commerce sec
Wilbur Ross, the billionaire financier nominated by Donald Trump to be secretary of Commerce, is expected to testify Wednesday that he will work with the President-elect to negotiate trade deals that are “sensible” and take advantage the U.S.
Can Wilbur Ross engineer a turnaround at Commerce?  The Hill (blog)
Trump's pick for Commerce secretary will face questions on trade and ...  Los Angeles Times