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Donald Trump wants to upend how the U.S. spreads power and influence around the world.

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Here’s Where China’s Economic Slide Will Hurt the U.S. Economy

China's economic slide could have a ripple affect on the American economy. But certain U.S. sectors are more vulnerable than others.

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Here’s Why Global Markets Rallied as Chinese Stocks Continue to Fall

Markets around the world are rallying Tuesday thanks to China's central bank's combination punch: low interest rates and more money.

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The Return of Black Monday?

The Dow experienced its biggest one-day drop as concerns about China's economic slowdown grow.

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A 1,000-Point Correction, or a Panda Bear Market?

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