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Happy Friday. Sometimes that's all you need to say.
Bubble-spotting has been the most popular sport on Wall Street these days.
High-end retailers are doing well, but low-end stores are cautious and very promotional.
The Fed may not be happy until it gets unemployment down to 5.5 percent, if statements from central bank officials and economists are an indication.
The recovery, along with the realization that housing prices can fall nationally, has given rise to coverage protecting against negative equity.
It's been quite a year on Wall Street. New record highs, new record fines. If you're in the mood for a drink, you may want to sample one of these.
Amid the noise of the Dow and S&P 500 hitting record highs, markets have moved in a narrow range for the past week on light volume.
Yes. But only if the market doubts its effectiveness.
Headlines for Thursday include new FAA approvals for personal electronic device use and a plane landing at the wrong airport.
Tesla's Model S, the focus of a Federal investigation, has topped the latest owner satisfaction survey from Consumer Reports.
FOMC minutes hint of tapering sooner rather than later. Stocks fall, rates rise on fears of stimulus slowdown.
Sales of existing home sales nationally fell 3.2 percent in October, but in the West they were down 7 percent.
Short-biased hedge funds are practically jumping up and down to alert investors to the opportunity to make money.
Travelers may find fewer crowds over the Thanksgiving holiday this year but probably not enough to notice the difference.
Headlines for Wednesday include the US Airways Express hub expansion in Philadelphia, a hotel crackdown in New York and a lost train.
Oppenheimer expects the market to continue its bullish behavior into next year, with the S&P 500 finishing 2014 at the pinpoint figure of...2,014.
October's retail sales supports the view of those who would like to see the Fed begin tapering, and confirmed decent retail earnings.
Those two tickets to paradise may be available for purchase with bitcoin, now that real-world tour companies are accepting the currency.
The dollar-yen breached the 100 level last week for the first time in two months but the pair has since struggled to hold onto its gains.
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