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Mississippi lawmakers start picking through budget requests

Mississippi lawmakers start picking through budget requests

An expert is telling state budget writers that Mississippi has had "lackluster" economic performance since the Great Recession
Published: 09/21/17

6 airlines bid for service in Tupelo

Six airlines are bidding to serve a northeast Mississippi airport
Published: 09/21/17
Left in the dark: A stunned Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild

Left in the dark: A stunned Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild

Rescuers are fanning out to reach stunned victims, and Puerto Ricans are confronting the dispiriting prospect of weeks or even months without electricity after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island
Published: 09/21/17
World shares mixed as markets mull latest Fed statement

World shares mixed as markets mull latest Fed statement

World stocks shares mixed as investors digest latest statements from Fed and Bank of Japan
Published: 09/21/17

Standard & Poor's cuts China credit rating, citing debt

The Standard & Poor's rating agency has cut China's credit rating, citing the country's rising debt load
Published: 09/21/17

Insurance rate hike sets record for New Mexico exchange

New Mexico top insurance regulator says his office has approved the largest increase in health insurance premiums on the state's subsidized exchange since its creation nearly four years ago
Published: 09/21/17
Asian shares weaken, dollar up after Fed's latest statement

Asian shares weaken, dollar up after Fed's latest statement

Asian shares mostly lower, dollar up after Fed says it start trimming bond holdings, plans one more interest rate increase this year
Published: 09/21/17
Maria destroys homes, triggers flooding in Puerto Rico

Maria destroys homes, triggers flooding in Puerto Rico

The strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in over 80 years is pummeling the island, tearing off roofs and doors, toppling cell towers and unleashing heavy flooding
Published: 09/20/17

Markets Right Now: Stocks wobble after Fed, but close higher

Stocks overcame an afternoon wobble to close mostly higher after the Federal Reserve said it would start reducing its huge bond portfolio next month and was still on track to raise interest rates later this year.
Published: 09/20/17
Fed announces a start to modestly reducing its bond holdings

Fed announces a start to modestly reducing its bond holdings

Fed announces start of trimming of bond holdings with $10 billion reduction in October
Published: 09/20/17