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Marketwatch

Need to Know: Analyst who predicted the 2008 crash, warns of bubble brewing in U.S. household wealth

Our call of the day has fairly dire warning that says all that wealth in U.S. households is going to crash. And hard.

The Wall Street Journal: Morgan Stanley banker’s side gig could help firm land highly coveted role in Uber IPO

Many Uber drivers are in it for a few extra bucks. Morgan Stanley tech banker Michael Grimes has a bigger prize in mind.

Outside the Box: Larry Culp is the production ‘nerd’ that could just transform GE

Culp is a true TPS nerd, so watch for improvements in speed, productivity, and in designing features and products that customers want.

The Wall Street Journal: Ad giant Publicis to sell part of health-care unit amid Madison Avenue shake-up

Advertising giant Publicis Groupe SA says it plans to sell part of its health-care business as part of a broader review, the latest sign of contraction on Madison Avenue.

Key Words: ‘Bonds are the bubble, not stocks,’ says billionaire investor Cooperman

Investors should stay away from bonds, while stocks remain cheap after the market’s recent decline, says billionaire hedge-fund manager Leon Cooperman.

Europe Markets: European bourses edge mostly higher as strong earnings remain in focus

Europe’s main equity benchmarks trade cautiously higher Thursday—though Italy was under pressure—as investors appeared to focus on better-than-expected corporate results rather than weakness in U.S.

London Markets: FTSE gains slightly as pound trades flat amid Brexit uncertainty

The U.K.’s main equity index on Thursday trades slightly higher, benefiting partly from lackluster trade in the British pound.

The Moneyologist: Should a 93-year-old woman have 20-year corporate bonds in her portfolio?

This son is deeply concerned by some of the decisions taken by his mother’s financial adviser.

Deep Dive: Here’s a radical idea for stock picking: Weigh the price, not just the big theme

A five-star fund manager makes the case for old-fashioned value investing.

FA Center: The best financial advisers are your guide to more than just money

Veteran adviser Bob Veres advocates ‘collaborative planning’; fee-only compensation.

NerdWallet: How introverts can survive the chaos of travel

Travel can be busy, noisy, crowded and daunting for people who like their alone time.

Next Avenue: Some cool tech innovations emerge for older adults

It seems that tech company founders are finally taking people over 50 more seriously.

People are more generous when they feel like they’re being watched

Giving to charity isn’t always about helping others

Currencies: Pound holds steady as May seen weighing extending Brexit transition

The British pound on Thursday stabilizes amid reports that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is considering a longer transition period within the EU as Britain attempts to break an impasse in talks to

Asia Markets: Chinese stock markets hit fresh 4-year low to lead Asian region lower

Asian stock markets fell Thursday, after Wall Street logged losses and Federal Reserve meeting minutes suggested more U.S. interest-rate hikes ahead. Chinese stocks led the region lower.

The Wall Street Journal: 2 former Deutsche Bank traders found guilty in Libor rigging scandal

Two former Deutsche Bank AG traders were found guilty of trying to rig a key lending benchmark that was considered one of the most important barometers of the world’s financial health.

The Wall Street Journal: Family members of Campbell Soup founder back board in Daniel Loeb’s proxy fight

Some members of the family that has controlled Campbell Soup Co. for more than a century on Wednesday said they would work together to block activist investor Daniel Loeb’s attempt to replace the

The Wall Street Journal: Facebook suspects spammers were culprits in latest data breach

Facebook Inc. believes that the hackers who gained access to the private information of 30 million of its users were spammers looking to make money through deceptive advertising, according to people

Key Words: In final column, Khashoggi laments ‘Arab governments have been given free rein’ to silence media

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s final column was published by the Washington Post late Wednesday.

The New York Post: Mueller may issue findings of Russia investigation soon after midterms

Special counsel Robert Mueller is close to issuing key findings in his probe of Russian interference in the presidential election, and is expected to present them soon after the midterm elections,