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Eurozone Inflation Sets Another Record, Hitting 10 Percent in September

Consumer prices in the countries that use the euro as their currency rose at an annual rate of 10 percent…

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The Markets Face a Rare Double Decline

The bears lead the way.Credit...Michael M. Santiago/Getty ImagesThe ties that bind Technology stocks have long been seen as the market’s…

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Downpours From Ian Prompt Florida Treatment Plants to Release Waste

As of Thursday afternoon, excess water from Hurricane Ian had prompted at least a dozen wastewater treatment facilities in Florida…

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Confused by the New Mortgage Gimmicks? Here’s a Guide.

The new math is unforgiving: At 6.7 percent, the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has more than doubled in less than…

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U.S. Economy Weaker Than Thought in Year’s First Half, by One Measure

A key measure of U.S. economic output grew more slowly in the first half of the year than previously believed,…

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Hospitals in Coastal Cities Risk Flooding Even in ‘Weak’ Hurricanes, Study Finds

In a large proportion of the metropolitan areas along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States, at least…

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Porsche Takes off in Trading Debut

SIGN UP  Want this in your inbox each morning? Get it sent to your inbox.Porsche makes its big markets debut.Credit...Michael Probst/Associated…

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Britain’s Gamble on Tax Cuts Has Economists Warning of Past Mistakes

WASHINGTON — A stunning rebuke from the International Monetary Fund this week underscored one of the biggest risks of the…

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Newsom Signs California Bill to Ease Farm Union Voting

After vetoing similar legislation last year, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed a bill that will make it easier for…

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Protests in Prague Signal a Troubled Winter Ahead in Europe

PRAGUE — Thousands of protesters flocked into Prague’s Wenceslas Square on Wednesday, demanding the resignation of the government of the…

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