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Stocks slumped for a third session Wednesday following an unexpected drop in durable goods orders and as worries escalated over a possible U.S. debt default.
Shares of Dunkin' Brands soared more than 33 percent in their debut Wednesday, and are now up over 40 percent amid strong investor demand.
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Futures moved lower Wednesday following an unexpected drop in durable goods orders and as ongoing worries over a possible U.S. debt default weighed on sentiment.
Dunkin' Brands' IPO pricing at $19 a share—well above the range set by underwriters—was the result of the “unbelievable buzz” around the company, its CEO told CNBC Wednesday "This brand is unbelievable and has an unbelievable buzz now
Washington's political paralysis around critical debt and budgetary issues will most certainly weigh on financial markets Wednesday.
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U.S. politicians, in the process of kicking the proverbial debt can down the road, are also giving the dollar a good swift kick.
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Stocks closed lower Tuesday in thin volume as investors continued to worry over the ongoing debt talks in Washington.
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