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Get the lowdown on high finance each week with Barron’s columnist Jack Hough. Business leaders and trendspotters, insights and absurdities—this is Wall Street like you've never heard before.
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Join Barron’s for an exclusive live conversation with journalists and guests. Our editors and reporters will examine the pandemic and its impact on markets, the economy, companies and individuals. Topics include Managing Your Money, The Future of Health Care, What to Watch in the Markets, Tech Stocks, and more.
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Friends, on this Third Sunday of Lent, the Church asks us to look at one of the great texts in the Old Testament—namely, the Ten Commandments from the book of Exodus. Lent is a time of getting back to basics spiritually, and walking through the Ten Commandments is a great way to do it. Go back to this text in Exodus, commit the Commandments to memo…
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Friends, we come now to the Second Sunday of Lent, and we’re on both dangerous and very holy ground with the first reading from the twenty-second chapter of Genesis. The ancient Israelites referred to it as the “Akedah,” which means the “binding”: Abraham binds and is ready to sacrifice Isaac at God’s command. It’s hard to imagine another text in t…
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Friends, we come now to the holy season of Lent. The Gospel for this First Sunday of Lent is Mark’s laconic version of the temptation of Jesus in the desert. Mark does not give us the details we find in Matthew and Luke, but we do hear this mysterious observation: “He was among wild beasts, and the angels ministered to him.” We are given here a kin…
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Friends, this week, our Gospel is the marvelous passage from Mark about Jesus curing a leper. These moments of healing stayed so deeply in the imaginations of the first Christians. What do we make of this particular healing of a leper? Let’s look at it from three angles: life on the margins of society, the shame of our own sin, and the absence from…
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Barron's senior managing editor Lauren R. Rublin talks with deputy editor Ben Levisohn and Sonal Desai, CIO of Franklin Templeton Fixed Income and a member of the Barron's Roundtable, about the outlook for financial markets, the message in the economic data, and the aftermath of January's Federal Reserve meeting.…
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Friends, the Gospel of Mark is a fascinating literary work. St. Mark seems to write in a breathless, staccato, even primitive manner, but the deeper you look, the more his Gospel appears iconic. He presents scene after scene in a very concentrated way, telling us some rather deep truths about the faith. Our Gospel for today from the first chapter i…
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With Amy Hood and Jen Hood, Co-Founders and Principals of Hoodzpah; Rob Bredow, Senior Vice President of Creative Innovation for Lucasfilm and Chief Creative Officer of ILM; and Jenny Ely, Production Manager of the Office of the Chief Creative Officer of ILM. The original post for the project can be found at https://bit.ly/bnpodcast076…
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Friends, the first reading from Deuteronomy today is of signal importance. Moses, speaking to the people before they enter the Promised Land, says, “A prophet like me will the LORD, your God, raise up for you from among your own kin; to him you shall listen.” These words haunted the mind of Israel. Moses was the supreme authority; there was no figu…
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Oil prices have been tame of late, even with geopolitical tensions on the rise. What is the outlook for supply and demand, and what are the investment implications? Join Barron's senior managing editor Lauren R. Rublin, deputy editor Ben Levisohn, and Denton Cinquegrana, chief oil analyst at OPIS, a Dow Jones Company, for a deep dive into the dynam…
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Friends, though the book of Jonah is only a few pages long, there is something inexhaustible about it. It’s a biblical commonplace that God speaks to certain people and gives them missions, as he does with Jonah in our first reading. But God also speaks to us all the time, precisely in the voice of our conscience. Do you listen to the voice of God …
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