Indices closed in red territory on Thursday. Brands sold off late in the day. Trading was turbulent amid a variety of economic news.
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Wednesday’s session closed in the red zone. Stocks traded lower amid comments from the FOMC meeting. The Federal Reserve will continue its $85 billion bond-buying program and leave interest rates at current low levels, noting an increased jobless rate and deceleration in the housing market’s recovery.
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Tuesday’s session ended well into green territory. The Dow and S&P 500 closed at record levels. IBM led the Dow’s advance. Brands gained amid the release of respectable earnings details from the likes of Pfizer and Xylem.
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Indices ended mixed on Monday. The Dow and Nasdaq closed fractionally in the red. The S&P 500 added slight gains. Investors proceeded with caution ahead of this week’s Federal Reserve meeting.
This week on “Money Talks” the hosts cover the week’s broad economic picture, and answer listeners’ questions on increasing your tax basis, Scripps Networks and rolling a retirement plan into an IRA. Dr. Gene, Bil and Ted also interview Congressman Jack Kingston, who is seeking the Republican nomination for next year’s Senate race.
A late week rally pushed the S&P 500 into record territory.
Congressman Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) joins “Money Talks” to discuss his bid for the Republican nomination for the Senate race in 2014.