Indices ended with mixed moves on Tuesday. The Dow and Nasdaq posted marginal gains. The S&P 500 shed some points. Early market momentum faded amid rising Syria concerns.
Can you make health-care or financial decisions on your spouse’s behalf if your spouse is unconscious? Learn why you need a Power of Attorney and Medical Directive in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices closed out in red territory on Friday. Stocks traded lower ahead of the Labor Day weekend. Brands such as Hewlett-Packard and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts declined as investors weighed the Syria situation as well as a spate of economic news.
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Thursday’s session ended with slight gains. Telecommunications titan Verizon led the S&P 500’s upswing. Brands traded higher amid the release of encouraging economic data.
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Stocks stepped up Wednesday. Marathon Oil and Chevron led the S&P 500’s upswing. Brands rebounded somewhat from Tuesday’s drop.
The Kennesaw State Owls Athletics interviewed former men’s basketball star and current Henssler Principal Ted Parrish, CFA. In the interview, Ted discusses how the relationships he developed as a student athlete helped prepare him for his life outside of the gym. Read the interview.