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trump3-112018.jpg A federal judge in San Francisco has temporarily blocked President Donald Trump's plan to restrict asylum claims by illegal immigrants. In a ruling issued late Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Jon Tigar accused the Trump administration of trying to rewrite immigration laws.

wallstreet-oct17_20nov18.jpg Stocks have moved sharply lower in morning trading on Tuesday, adding to the steep losses posted in the previous session. With the continued drop, the tech-heavy Nasdaq has fallen to its lowest intraday level in over seven months.

ecbcarney-sep12_20nov18.jpg Bank of England Governor Mark Carney welcomed the draft Brexit deal and the transition arrangement that the British Prime Minister Theresa May struck with the European Union last week, but warned that the risks of a "no-deal, no-transition" scenario remained very high. Speaking at a Treasury Select Committee hearing, Carney said, "We welcome the transition arrangements in the withdrawal deal."

the-white-house-112018.jpg While the White House has agreed to restore the press credentials of CNN's chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has also unveiled a new set of rules for White House press conferences.

housing-starts-112018.jpg Housing starts in the U.S. rebounded in the month of October, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Tuesday, although the report also showed a decrease in building permits. The Commerce Department said housing starts jumped by 1.5 percent to an annual rate of 1.228 million.

wallstreet-oct04_20nov18.jpg Following the sell-off seen in the previous session, stocks are likely to see further downside in early trading on Tuesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 304 points.

wallstreet-nov20.jpg Housing Starts data for October might be the major announcement on Tuesday. Market analysts are looking for a growth after tumbling in September. Earnings reports might be impacting the market. Alphabet, Facebook, Apple, Amazon as well as Netflix, the tech majors experienced heavy losses on Monday.

ibmcolumbiauvcy-nov20.jpg Technology giant IBM teamed up with Columbia University to help startup companies in setting up the next generation of blockchain networks through two accelerator programs. The duo established a new center called "Columbia-IBM Center for Blockchain and Data Transparency" in July devoted to research, education, and innovation in blockchain technology and data transparency.

kohls-nov20.jpg Kohl's Corp. (KSS) reported third-quarter earnings per share, excluding loss on extinguishment of debt, of $0.98, an increase of 40% year-over-year. On average, 19 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to report profit per share of $0.96 for the quarter. Analysts' estimates typically...

bitcoin-nov20.jpg Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency, touched a new low in more than a year on Tuesday, reaching around $4,500. Other major cryptocurrencies, including ethereum and XRP, were also continuing their downfall, which started last week. CNBC reported, citing analysts, that bitcoin's ongoing sell-off was due to technical levels and stop orders in the market. The uncertainty surrounding bitcoin cash...

chelancountypud-nov19.jpg A rural Washington County Public Utility District, or PUD has proposed higher electricity costs for cryptocurrency miners, according to Central Washington radio station KPQ. The Chelan County PUD in north-central Washington has proposed a new electricity pricing structure, Schedule 36, for the mining activity, which generally takes enormous power.

asian-market-down_20nov18.jpg European stocks fell on Tuesday to extend losses from the previous session as global growth worries persisted and investors watched the latest developments on Brexit after U.K. Prime Minister won support from Britain's top business group for her draft Brexit deal. In addition, traders remained skeptical...

deleitefoodsenterprises-nov20.jpg Deleite Foods Enterprises, Inc. is recalling approximately 11,000 pounds of marinated raw poultry products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. This problem was discovered during routine label verification activities by an FSIS inspector. Meanwhile, there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.

previewimage-aug03_20nov18.jpg Tuesday is set to remain busy in Europe on the economics front with producer prices data due from Germany and the Bank of England policymakers including its Governor set to testify before lawmakers. At 02 am ET, Germany's Federal Statistical Office is set to release the producer price data for October.

stockmarkets-aug16_20nov18.jpg European stocks may join a global sell-off on Tuesday as trade worries as well as fresh concerns about demand for Apple's iPhones spurred a bout of risk aversion. Asian markets are broadly lower, with key benchmark indexes in China, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea falling 1-2 percent after tech...

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