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Bayer-Monsanto Merger Could Cost 6,666 U.S. Jobs    

Some 6,666 U.S workers could find themselves out of work, thanks to Germany’s Bayer agreeing to buy Monsanto, the American high-tech genetically modified seed and fertilizer company, for $66 billion.

Bayer (Volker Hartmann / Getty)

Weak Employment Growth May Delay Interest Rate Hike

Weak August employment growth of just 151,000 in total non-farm payrolls, along with a 1,000-job downward revision for July, may allow the U.S. Federal Reserve to delay raising interest rates despite inflation concerns.

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Trump’s Tax Plan Cuts Clinton’s Deficit by 75%

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has presented an economic plan that would create a sustainable economic boom, beating Hillary Clinton’s economic plan by 75% when it comes to the federal budget deficit.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers an economic policy speech to the Detroit Economic Club, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016, in Detroit.