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US mortgage rates take a breather after rising for several weeks in a row

After rising for seven weeks in a row, mortgage rates retreated last week.

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Porsche overtakes Volkswagen as the most valuable carmaker in Europe

Porsche took pole position as Europe’s most valuable automaker on Thursday, overtaking former parent Volkswagen as the price of the sportscar maker’s newly-listed shares sped higher.

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Big companies keep leaving Chicago. What's going on?

Tyson Foods is the latest company closing its Chicago offices, joining Boeing, Caterpillar and Citadel among others.

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Uganda president apologizes to Kenya for son's ill-advised invasion tweets

President Yoweri Museveni has apologized to Kenyans over tweets posted by his son Muhoozi Kainerugaba that had repeatedly threatened to invade Uganda’s East African neighbor.

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Taiwan will treat Chinese military flights into its airspace as 'first strike,' defense minister says

Chinese fighter jets or drones that intrude into Taiwan’s territorial airspace will be regarded as a “first strike,” Taiwan’s Defense Minister warned Wednesday, as the island seeks to step-up its defenses in response to Beijing’s military pressure.

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