Indices closed in red territory Monday. Morgan Stanley and Citigroup led the decline. Brands, however, moved up off session low levels as the day progressed.
Financial brands Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and American Express led gainers on the Dow Friday. Stocks stepped up on optimism that Europe has secured plans to ramp up its rescue fund, and encouraging consumer confidence data.
With about a month left in the year, there is plenty you can do to improve your tax situation. Read this Tax Strategist for more.
There are an abundant number of provisions that provide tax relief to small businesses this year. Just so you don’t overlook any of these benefits, or in case your business would like to position itself to take advantage of some before the close of the year, here is a brief rundown on many of the business benefits that are available for 2011.
Indices ended in the red zone on Thursday. Financial brands such as Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan Chase led the downswing. Stocks slipped amid continuing euro-zone uncertainty.
Before you renew your personal auto policy, you should review it as life changes may determine the coverage you desire. Read more in this week’s Insurance Tip.
Indices ended mixed Wednesday. The Dow and S&P 500 added gains. The Nasdaq retreated just slightly. Stocks closed mixed again amid euro-zone bailout chatter.
Gains & losses come from the sale of assets—sounds easy, but there are reasons to consult a tax expert before year-end. Read more in this week’s Tax Tip.
The Dow and S&P 500 closed in positive territory Tuesday while the Nasdaq ended the session fractionally lower. Materials, health care, and utility shares led advancers. Stocks traded with mixed moves on news that European leaders are considering creating a second bailout fund to bolster the region’s debt-ridden nations.
Kennesaw State University announces Ken Harmon, PhD, as their provost and vice president for academic affairs.