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  1. 3 Ways Fed Tapering Affects Financial Markets
  2. The "Lehman + 5" World in 5 Simple Graphs
  3. S&P Futures Soar 17 Points (1%) On Summers Dropping Out
  4. How Does Federal Reserve “Chairwoman” Sound?
  5. Beware of These 6 Most Popular Financial Scams
  6. Obama: Republicans ‘Not Serious’ About Negotiating Budget
  7. U.S. stocks gain as Summers exits Fed race
  8. GOP: Obamacare ‘Honor System’ May Lead to $250 Billion
  9. [video] 13 dead in DC shooting, motive still unknown
  10. Record Highs Don’t Come in Summers Rally
  11. Gartman: Don’t get too aggressive on gold
  12. Five Years After Lehman Collapse, Bears Are Endangered Species
  13. Opening gains put S&P 500 nine points from record
  14. Cramer: “This stock is terrifc but…”
  15. [video] Short this stock after S&P 500 spikes: Pro
  16. Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Mints Another Billionaire
  17. Study: Just a Third of Uninsured Americans Hold Positive View of Obamacare
  18. This is Starbucks’ secret weapon
  19. We’ll Miss You Ben Bernanke! Regards, the Yahoo Finance Team
  20. S&P 500 near record high ahead of Fed decision
  21. In surprise, Fed decides not to taper
  22. S&P rises to record as Fed says no to taper
  23. [video] Starbucks CEO: Not banning guns, most will respect request
  24. 10 Signs Americans Are Still Stuck in the Great Recession
  25. Byron Wien: Why Europe is cheap
  26. Stocks poke higher after economic reports; Groupon rallies 6%
  27. U.S. stocks extend record gains post Fed
  28. Stocks to gain another 20 percent, strategist says
  29. Dow, S&P ease from record highs as Fed euphoria fizzles; AAPL up 2%
  30. Wall Street pulls back following Fed-driven rally
  31. What Is Preventing Americans From Saving for Retirement?
  32. Stock market to party on
  33. Stock markets to party on
  34. The bulls are in charge of the S&P 500
  35. Can the GOP Get Away With Defunding Obamacare?
  36. J.P. Morgan is biggest Dow gainer; financials fall
  37. Here’s Why Christine Lagarde Wants the U.S. to Take Action
  38. Would a Government Shutdown Even Stop Obamacare?
  39. Investors Need to Be Ready for Anything
  40. [video] Cramer: You must trade with confidence
  41. New Method of Deficit Calculation May Help Struggling European Countries
  42. The Secret QE Bull Market Trade Pattern that Almost Never Fails
  43. Wal-Mart Wins the Minimum Wage Debate in Washington, D.C.
  44. An Early Look at Third-Quarter Earnings Season
  45. 4 Reasons to Buy a Home This Year
  46. How Will the Fed’s Taper Actually Affect the Economy?
  47. The Best-Performing Stock on the S&P 500 Since 1980
  48. Is America’s Oil Blessing Also its Curse?
  49. The Era of Cheap Gasoline Is Over
  50. Stock market anxieties turn to debt ceiling
  51. Are Unions the Best Fix to Poverty?
  52. U.S. stocks open mixed amid more Fed talk
  53. Why Is Bill Clinton Backing Janet Yellen for Fed Chair?
  54. Dow Falls for the Third Day in a Row
  55. Stocks retreat as Fed officials speak, S&P near 1700; BBRY halted
  56. [video] The Next 24: Homebuilder Shares Lead Earnings
  57. Survey: States With High Rates of Uninsured Aren’t Obamacare Fans
  58. Fed Uncertainties Weigh Down Stocks Even as BlackBerry Rises
  59. [video] Fed speak spooking the markets
  60. Strategist: Here’s when to start selling your stocks
  61. Stocks little changed after confidence report
  62. Stocks pare losses, lifted by industrials; Facebook rallies 5%
  63. Stocks crawl along flatline amid Fed uncertainties; FB jumps 4%
  64. Early Autumn Survey Of The Economy And Markets
  65. [video] Markets not scared of a shutdown
  66. Asia stocks mixed as U.S. budget talks weigh
  67. Obamacare: Cheaper Costs May Mean Fewer Options
  68. Stocks edge higher, S&P near 1700, but Washington drama weighs
  69. Time to Worry About Home Sales Again?
  70. Whiting Trust I: New Strategy For Profits - An Update
  71. Is the Cost of Renewable Energy Falling?
  72. [video] The reality of Obamacare premiums
  73. [video] JPMorgan settlement to reach $11 billion?
  74. Asia stocks lower on weak U.S. cues
  75. 8 Cities That Will Send Renters to the Bank
  76. Is Apple about to destroy these two companies?
  77. Stocks Try to End 5-Day Losing Streak; GDP and Jobless Claims; Twitter Teams with NFL
  78. Bank of England Not Panicking Over Housing Bubble Concerns
  79. Stocks hold gains, focus remains on Washington; FB crosses $50
  80. U.S. stocks rise on brightened jobs picture
  81. Dollar, stocks rise after U.S. jobless data
  82. The 8 Cheapest States for Retirees
  83. [video] The problems with Obamacare
  84. One Week to Go: Government Finally Reveals Obamacare Premiums
  85. This Could Be A Problem For Facebook
  86. A Rorschach Test For Bulls And Bears
  87. International Comparison: Composite PMI Readings
  88. U.S. stock futures drop on shutdown fears
  89. Wall Street falls as Washington deadline draws closer
  90. Stocks slump as debt limit worries spook markets; Nike swooshes up 5%
  91. QE Haters are Driving Stocks Higher
  92. 8 States With the Highest Wages in America
  93. The Fastest Growing Dividends in the S&P 500
  94. 3 Pieces of Advice to Avoid Crisis from Ray Dalio
  95. Jobs and Premiums: Obamacare Myths Unraveled
  96. 1 Lesson the Market Needs to Get Through Its Thick Head
  97. Leveraged ETFs: Volatility Drag And Tracking Error Continue To Be Minimal
  98. What a Government Shutdown Would Mean for You
  99. The Difference Between Obamacare and ACA Is Public Opinion
  100. 1.5 Billion Barrels of Oil, and No Takers
  101. Is Obamacare Delayed?
  102. Wall Street braces for volatility as shutdown seems likely
  103. How Investors Can Use Deviation Between Gold and Money Supply
  104. Government Shutdown: Time To Sell?
  105. Economic Shutdown? Not Without Asia’s Approval
  106. Prior Government Shutdowns And S&P 500 Performance
  107. IHS Bank Involvement Study: Kemp Unconvinced
  108. [video] Closing Bell Exchange
  109. [video] Senate rejects House funding plan
  110. [video] No way the Senate will vote tonight: Pro
  111. 13-Year Cycle Projects S&P 500 Market Top
  112. Olstein: Make money NOT predicting the market
  113. Hedge funds are bidding up this stock
  114. Does Retirement Moderate Income Inequality?
  115. 8 States With an Unemployment Problem
  116. Corporate profit outlook weak and getting weaker
  117. Why Is Inflation Going Down In the Eurozone?
  118. Stocks React to Shutdown with a Rise; Walgreen Climbs on Robust Earnings
  119. Does Eurozone Manufacturing Data Point to a Recovery?
  120. [video] Investors complacent amid shutdown?
  121. Dan Niles: What investors don’t know about Facebook and Apple
  122. Olstein: This is a common mistake investors make
  123. Is the Government Shutdown Bullish for Stocks?
  124. Republicans Should ‘Take Hostages’ Over Debt Ceiling; U.S. Won’t Default, Says Stockm
  125. Lowdown on Shutdown, Now Entering Second Day: ADP Payroll Report; 3 IPOs to Watch
  126. Stocks, dollar fall on 2nd day of U.S. shutdown
  127. Gallup: Federal Employment Increased on Eve of Shutdown
  128. Jack Welch: ‘We’re Playing Politics, Not Country’
  129. Global stocks, dollar slip on 2nd day of U.S. shutdown
  130. [video] Boehner does not have power over caucus: Pro
  131. White House meeting ends without deal
  132. The Only Sure Outcome Is Volatility
  133. Bill Gross: Never mind tapering, this is more important
  134. Thursday Morning Cheat Sheet: 3 Stories Moving Markets
  135. 6 Ways the Government Shutdown Affects Hollywood
  136. Could Boehner End the Shutdown Today?
  137. Thursday’s Midday Movers: 3 Stories Driving Markets
  138. Wall Street ends lower as shutdown continues for third day
  139. Capitol re-opens amid reports of attempted ramming
  140. [video] Budget battle wages on
  141. [video] Tremendous arrogance in Washington: Rep. Grimm
  142. ISM Services Weaker Than Expected
  143. This stock could get shutdown by the government
  144. Inflation, Deflation, And Putting
  145. Stock Futures Rise as Fed Workers Remain in Limbo
  146. [video] CFO exclusive survey results
  147. Republicans and Democrats Profit Financially from Government Shutdown
  148. The Debt Ceiling Is Not Lehman
  149. Wall Street ends up, but Dow, S&P fall for week as shutdown drags on
  150. [video] Stocks do well after govt shutdown: Pro
  151. Wall St ends up, but Dow, S&P fall for week as shutdown drags on
  152. The Irony of Obamacare: Republicans Thought of It First
  153. Could This Paper Be a Paradigm Shift for Minimum Wage Thinking?
  154. Obamacare Enrollment Glitches: Causing a Backlog and Frustration
  155. Do Workers Even Stand a Chance in the Fight for $15?
  156. Government for Ransom: President Obama Refuses to Play Ball
  157. How Europe Caught Up With the S&P 500
  158. As We Move Into Budget Chaos, How Bad Is Our Fiscal Policy?
  159. Will Washington Keep Blocking Keystone?
  160. Here’s How the Shutdown Will Impact U.S. Energy Innovation
  161. Who Needs Government Statistics?
  162. The Shutdown: 3 International Issues Being Disrupted
  163. Internal Splintering: Can Boehner Keep Republicans United?
  164. The Problem of Furloughed Workers May Be Half Solved
  165. Should You Loathe or Love These 6 Despised S&P 500 Stocks?
  166. Is the Tea Party Having Second Thoughts?
  167. U.S. Debt Ceiling Looms Large: Boehner Stands Firm
  168. China Plans to Double Power Generation by 2030
  169. Get Set For The Relief Rally
  170. In the Polls: Republican Popularity Falls as Blame Rises
  171. Gallup: Government Shutdown is Already Hurting Consumer Spending
  172. Stocks ease off lows, but shutdown worries weigh; Vix spikes 10%
  173. Stocks slump as shutdown continues, Dow flirts with 15000
  174. [video] How to play the biotech boom
  175. Wall Street: Keeping Calm in the Face of a Default?
  176. Debt Ceiling Showdown: How Worried Should You Be?
  177. What lower gas prices mean for the market
  178. Plunge in US shares coming in early 2014: SocGen
  179. Big drop in US shares coming in early 2014: SocGen
  180. [video] Lack of confidence threatens economy: Expert
  181. The Government Shutdown Is Hurting Americans’ Confidence and Spending
  182. Dow, S&P fall to one-month lows as DC woes weigh; JCP soars 4%
  183. Are Nations Still Hunkering Down with Cash?
  184. Back When the Debt Limit Was Funny
  185. Now, Government Contractors Are Furloughing Workers
  186. Stock futures up, Obama to name Yellen as Fed chair
  187. [video] Fixing Obamacare glitches
  188. Real Estate Market Catches a Break During Government Shutdown
  189. Wall Street flat as stalemate counters relief over Yellen
  190. U.S. Stocks Reverse Course, Gain on Yellen Nomination
  191. Dow, S&P hold gains after Fed minutes; HPQ rallies 6% on guidance
  192. Business Highlights
  193. Why earnings can’t save the market: analysts
  194. This could be the Dow’s secret indicator
  195. Stock futures trade higher as shutdown drags on
  196. 9 States That Are Tax Friendly to Businesses
  197. Retailers’ Warning to Congress: You’re Killing Christmas!
  198. Stocks at session highs, Dow jumps nearly 250 on DC resolution hopes
  199. Stocks Soar on Budget-Deal Hopes
  200. Will Gas Prices Continue to Decline in 2013?
  201. Valuing Growth vs. Non-Growth Stocks
  202. Why healthier food may be bad for your portfolio
  203. Oil and Gas Prices Fluctuate as Government Shuts Down
  204. Stock futures bask in talk of debt-deal progress
  205. Friday Morning Cheat Sheet: 3 Stories Moving Markets
  206. Poll: Few Americans Say Obamacare Rollout Went Smoothly
  207. Wall St up on bipartisan talks, energy shares lead
  208. America to Congress: It’s Time to Look for Another Job
  209. The Top 5 Foreign Holders of U.S. Public Debt
  210. [$$] Profiting From the Standoff
  211. [video] Obamacare enrollment errors continue
  212. 1 Reason to Buy Gold for Your Portfolio
  213. Here’s How Investors Are Making Money Off Obamacare
  214. The 8 Least Expensive Places to Live in the United States
  215. Shutdown: Is the End in Sight?
  216. Senator Reid and McConnell: On Talking Terms
  217. THE BIG SLEEP: Why The Stock Market Will Crash In A Few Months, Then Go Nowhere For Y
  218. The Shutdown Isn’t a Game, But People Are Still Losing
  219. Senate Negotiations Clogged: Reid Rejects Latest Proposal
  220. These Stocks Should Be in the S&P 500
  221. Wall St. Week Ahead: Debt-ceiling battle may overshadow earnings
  222. Wall Street Week Ahead: Debt-ceiling battle may overshadow earnings
  223. Markets hit critical levels
  224. The American consumer is in trouble: Wells Fargo
  225. A Testament To The Resilience Of Markets: World Stock Market Capitalization Is Nearly
  226. Risk-Off?
  227. Do Polls Foreshadow Republican Destruction in the Senate?
  228. U.S. Stock Futures Point Lower Amid Washington Uncertainties
  229. Stocks pare losses as techs turn higher, S&P flirts with 1700
  230. 5 Major Effects of the Government Shutdown
  231. U.S. shares edge up on U.S. budget deal hopes, yen gains
  232. U.S. shares edge up on U.S. budget deal hopes, yen gains
  233. Why a 2011-style crash could be coming: BNP
  234. Why Apple can see $630: technician
  235. Are Trans-Pacific Currency Manipulators a Real or Perceived Threat?
  236. Just Waiting For The Shaking To Stop
  237. C, KO, JNJ Report; Dealing on Ceiling May Yield Bargain; Burberry CEO to Apple
  238. A Nobel Prize Winner On Alpha
  239. Lawrence Summers: U.S. Debt Will be Paid, and Paid On Time
  240. What Impact Could New Stock Market High Have on Gold?
  241. Stocks end lower amid ongoing DC drama; Dow, S&P snap 4-day rally
  242. 5 Reasons Why This Rally Is Not Over
  243. [video] Threat of default devastating to economy: Rep. Pallone
  244. [video] Need a pro-growth agenda: Art Laffer
  245. Asia stocks volatile as U.S. debt deadline nears
  246. Texas Is Set to Join World’s Largest Oil Producers’ League
  247. Why Does the GOP Really Hate Obamacare?
  248. Stock futures up on cautious optimism of Washington deal
  249. US STOCKS-Futures up on cautious optimism of Washington deal
  250. Stocks hold sharp gains as Senate leaders announce a deal