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  • U.S. Steel shares moving toward record decline
    U.S. Steel Corp. plummeted after the nation’s second-biggest producer said it’s speeding up plant upgrades to resolve shortcomings that choked earning...
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  • Canada-U.S. trade spat could take time to resolve
    A long road remains after Donald Trump fired the starting pistol in yet another softwood lumber fight, one of several trade disputes the U.S. and Cana...
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  • OPEC meeting in Russia amid push to extend cuts
    The energy ministers of OPEC members Saudi Arabia and Venezuela plan to meet their Russian counterpart to discuss extending oil-output cuts amid a dev...
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  • Trump growth goal is only getting tougher
    The U.S. economy is in better shape than Friday’s first-quarter figures will probably indicate, but getting the growth that President Donald Trump wan...
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