Stocks and Bonds

Stocks and Bonds

Stock market action, bonds, real estate, commodities.

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Same old, same old. Oil sinks on collapse of nonexistent Saudi-Russian deal to stabilize oil production, taking stocks back down from Thursday's rally.

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Crude oil price increase also add pep to Thursday markets, although stocks remain off their session highs in tepid afternoon trading. We'll see how long this latest interest rate rally lasts.

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Odds against a Federal Reserve interest rate increase announcement Wednesday. But in this year of surprises, stocks are in watchful waiting mode.

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Ohioans may be leery of putting political signs in their front yards this season, signaling that something… something is afoot in this must win state in 2016.

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Odds sink that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates next week, as pro-Democrat politics really do come into play. Did The Donald juice today's stock market action?

Yo-yo collection.

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Dollar strength, poor Treasury auction weigh on commodities as shaky Wednesday trading tries to accentuate the positive. Gold, silver relatively stable. Trump making players nervous.

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Oil price hit, interest rate uncertainty plus fears that Wall Street, Goldman Sachs and crony capitalist darling Hillary Clinton will lose 2016 election hit stocks, bonds hard.

Fed Chair Janet Yellen swears in Fed Governor Lael Brainard.

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Fed’s Neel Kashkari issues unwarranted attack on Donald Trump, ignoring Hillary’s medical issue sweepstakes as stocks try to recover from Friday bloodbath.

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Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren, former interest rate dove, says interest rates should go up as low rates could overheat the U.S. economy. Really? THIS economy?

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New/updated Apple devices are actually decent upgrades, including new Air Pods. But the financial pundits hates the Cook regime, so bears are killing the stock.

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CommDigiNews Presidential Debate Live Debate and Debate Chat

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Will the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton be the "most watched"? Watch the ABC live stream and join the CommDigiNews chat he