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Cramer likes to buy these 10 REITs as the market gets shaken

As the market entered a seasonally weak period, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Friday that real estate mutual funds are a safe bet."You need a list of security stocks that hold when the market goes down that you can buy slowly," the "Mad Money" host said.Real estate investment trusts or

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Crews in California pack trees in fireproof blankets

This photo provided by the Southern Area Blue Incident Management Team on Thursday, September 17, 2021 shows the giant sequoia known as the General Sherman Tree with the bottom wrapped in a fire resistant blanket to protect it from the intense heat of approaching fires at the Sequoia National Forest

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How ‘dark shops’ accelerate grocery delivery | WSJ – Wall Street Journal

How 'dark shops' accelerate grocery delivery | WSJWall Street Journal .

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Health savings accounts not used by older Americans who need them most

LifestyleVisuals | E + | Getty ImagesMany older Americans worry about rising medical expenses, and those who can benefit most from a tax-friendly health savings account are the least likely to have one. It shows a report from the National Poll on Healthy Aging, which surveyed Americans ages

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Suspicious bets made before Goldman’s $ 2.2 billion acquisition of GreenSky

Sam Edwards | Getty ImagesThe day before Goldman Sachs announced its $ 2.2 billion purchase of fintech lender GreenSky, placed some options that immediately rose in value, movements that market participants say indicate prior knowledge of the trade.On September 14, the trader bought 8,000 options that would only pay

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Inflation, labor, and the delta variant hit restaurant owners, Goldman Sachs data finds

Restaurants around the county were looking forward to the reopening of the economy over the past few months as Covid vaccines became more widespread and pent-up consumer demand was palpable.But headwinds from supply chain disruptions to labor shortages and rising costs hit the industry as the contagious delta variant clouds

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Fed officials owned securities it bought during the pandemic and raised several issues of conflict

Amid a outcry over Federal Reserve officials owning and trading individual securities, a close look at CNBC's financial officials' findings found that three who last year had assets of the same type that the Fed itself bought.Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren had between $ 151,000 and $ 800,000 in mutual

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