U.S. stocks suffer modest declines as investors shake off worries about the Fed cutting back on its bond buying program. More
@danprimack @kraneland well, gives me something to watch on tv this weekend:) about 1 hour ago
Stocks in Japan open higher, bouncing back from a deep plunge the day before.
Money-market funds and some prepaid cards aren't as safe as bank accounts.
The volatility of the past two days is not likely to be the start of a new bear market but the pullback is healthy and necessary.
@danprimack @sacca @rsarver what's nuts is watching the cut-ins from the bos-nyr series. det-chi is SO much faster paced.... about 2 hours ago
The fear that the Federal Reserve may begin to tap the breaks on its bond buying program sparked a rush out of Treasuries, pushing the 10-year yield above 2%.
A 7-month rally came to an abrupt halt as Fed comments, weak China data rattled investors.
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@danprimack @davewiner I think you're describing a wake, not a conference. about 3 hours ago
Shares of HP were a standout in a sea of red as investors embraced progress made by CEO Meg Whitman on the PC maker's turnaround plan.
The Nikkei's big drop is hardly a cause for concern considering that Japan's stock market was sorely in need for a pullback.
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