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Bonds and equities are doing something they don't usually do—falling in unison. It's potentially a big deal, signaling bad times ahead

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Hurricane Michael made landfall on Wednesday with 155 mile-per-hour winds, making it the strongest storm to hit the continental U.S. since 2004.

The storm could push this season's toxic red tide into Florida, exposing more people to the dangerous health effects of a record algae bloom.

Stung by their failure to spot the turmoil of a decade ago, policymakers, traders and economists are searching for potential hot spots that could lead to the next financial meltdown.

With less than a month until the U.S. midterms and scores of House seats in play, national GOP groups are conducting financial triage.

Fired White House adviser Steve Bannon slammed Nikki Haley’s decision to quit as U.S. ambassador to the UN as “suspect” and “horrific.”

The next generation of air travel is taking shape. Soon, only a single pilot—or none at all—will be in the cockpit. Will you still want to fly?

What's Joe Weisenthal thinking about? The Bloomberg news director is thinking about the nightmare scenario in the U.S.-China trade war: What if China dumps all its debt, causing American interest rates to soar?

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For large beverage companies, the push into pot is all about the fear of missing out, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. After getting beat on trends including craft beer, coconut water, and flavored seltzer, the drink giants don’t want to miss the next trendy ingredient: cannabis. Whether it’s the THC that gets you high or the nonpsychoactive CBD, weed components are being infused into drinks with an eye to the mass market.

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