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The jobless claims report came in better than expected, showing a drop in initial jobless claims of 39,000 last week, adding pressure to bonds this morning.
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European debt worries continue to bog down market optimism, as treasury prices saw large gains last week. The Fed’s announcement of “Operation Twist” was largely expected last week.
Moving into your first house? Now that you have a home to take care of, you’ll need to stock up on some basic supplies! Here’s a list to get you started.
Treasury prices fell yesterday as investors are gaining confidence that positive action will be taken in Europe to stem their debt crisis.
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It’s looking more and more like Germany and other European powers are going to let Greece default on their debt, keeping investor bearish, due to fear of global economic slowdown.
The Prostate Cancer Symposium takes place in Detroit at Wayne State University on September 17. Learn how you can help prevent, treat and combat the disease.
President Barack Obama’s announced his 447 billion dollar job plan. Moody’s forecasts that passage of the entire package would add 2 percentage points to U.S. growth next year.