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Demand for crude oil also reduces U.S. stockpiles, fueling big Wednesday energy rally. S&P 500, NASDAQ up, Dow down. Comey firing somehow to blame?
Washington National Opera’s knockout performance of Puccini masterpiece closes out company’s 2016-17 season in style. Ermonela Jaho dazzles in the title role.
Is bearish trader Gordon Johnson using the media to force down the price of CLF and increase his own profits? Elsewhere: Liberty Oilfield Services IPO pulled.
Macon win doesn’t result in a big Monday rally on Wall Street. At least not yet. Apple surges, most other stock sectors wander in uncertainty.
Stocks look increasingly ugly as Le Pen, crude oil, North Korea, Obamacare all make “Sell in May” a fine idea. Cliffs Industries does a cliff dive.
Thursday trading action gets nervous as the weekend approaches. Oil takes a big hit, which could begin to undermine Fed’s inflation scenario.
Trump’s big bank comments, hit market before stocks suddenly reverse. Surprise: big bank stocks soar on the news. Like, who knew?
Sharyl Attkisson starts a provocative discussion with a provocative chart illustrating with considerable clarity, the media’s pervasive leftist bias.
Markets appear to have misjudged the Republicans' ability to move their own much ballyhooed agenda despite controlling both the legislative and executive branches of the government.
Both Republican House “moderates,” Freedom Caucus fail again to learn why Democrats always win in the end: Incrementalism. Little victories eventually lead to great big ones.