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  1. U.S. stocks on Thursday looked on track to achieve their sixth up session in a row, setting up the S&P 500 for a fresh record close even as oil prices fell as traders tracked a much-anticipated meeting of key producers.
  2. Oil prices are on a roller-coaster ride Thursday trade as the highly anticipated meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries about whether or not to extend production cuts kicks off in Vienna.
  3. Just look at the data, says Jeff Reeves. The housing market has nowhere to go but up.
  4. U.K. police investigating the suicide bombing in Manchester, England, have stopped sharing information with their U.S. counterparts, according to a BBC report. Theresa May is expected to express concerns to President Trump.
  5. European stocks swing between gains and losses Thursday, hampered by lower volume and a flip lower in oil prices before a production decision from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
  6. These mental tricks can trip up even professional traders, writes Meir Statman.
  7. Brokers are starting to disclose certain account and service fees in uniform manner, but more is needed.
  8. Technology doesn’t just eliminate jobs, it also creates them. Here’s how to stay relevant.
  9. Starting a craft brewery is pricey. Here’s what you need to know about a lower-cost alternative: contract brewing.
  10. Americans’ knowledge of personal finance is low even among people who have already made important financial decisions.