Wednesday Morning’s Top Stories Before the Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (03/14/2018)

U.S. Posts Biggest Budget Deficit Since 2012 – Bloomberg

Jim Grant: “Uncomfortable Shocks” Lie Ahead As The Great Bond Bear Market Begins – Zero Hedge

Corporate America’s undertakers prepare for feast after lean years – Reuters

Conservative commentator Kudlow a contender to replace Cohn: source – Reuters

Tillerson Vs. Pompeo: What Trump’s Cabinet Shakeup Might Mean – NPR

United Airlines apologizes for dog that died after being put in overhead bin – CNBC

Dems are angry over Hillary Clinton’s latest comments – The Hill

Risky Business: The Role of Arms Sales in U.S. Foreign Policy – CATO Institute

Top US General Expresses Support for Iran Nuclear Deal –

Trump’s pick for new CIA chief dogged by secret prisons – Reuters

The News That Xi Intends To Stay Isn’t The Only News – Chinese politics from the provinces

Pioneering Physicist Stephen Hawking Dies at 76 – New York Magazine

A Company Is Building 3D-Printed Homes For Just $10000 – CBS Denver

Walmart to Expand Online Grocery Delivery Coast to Coast – Business Wire

The Netflix Bubble – Seeking Alpha

Amazon’s stock heads for first loss in 8 sessions, as charts suggest ‘very overbought’ condition – Market Watch

Google to Ban Cryptocurrency, Initial Coin Offering Ads – Bloomberg

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