If you have multiple student loans, you may want to consider loan consolidation to make your payments more manageable. We explain in today’s Marietta Daily Journal
Indices closed out in red territory today. Stocks such as eBay and UnitedHealth took a breather. Brands traded lower on Thursday despite respectable earnings reports from companies such as PepsiCo and Verizon.
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Stocks traded lower on Wednesday. Energy, technology, and financial brands led the way down. Varied quarterly data from the likes of Bank of America, Yahoo!, and Intel weighed on the session.
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Indices closed in green territory on Tuesday. Stocks stepped up on favorable housing start numbers and earnings data.
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Indices landed in the red zone on Monday. Stocks traded lower amid a variety of economic data. A dip in the price of gold and other commodities, news of explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon and less-than-expected economic expansion in China, pressured the session.
Congratulations to our President and CIO, Gene W. Henssler, Ph.D., for making Barron’s Top 100 Advisors list (Apr 15, 2013 issue).
Indices closed out Friday’s session slightly in red territory. Brands rebounded from earlier low levels to land marginally below the flat line. Stocks traded lower on a variety of economic data.