- Wishy-washy stock market may be in for fireworks
After enjoying a smooth, easy rise in stock prices since May, investors are about to be hit with another bout of volatility, starting Wednesday with the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's 2-day policy meeting.
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- Time almost up for Argentina to avoid debt default1:23 AM ET | Reuters
- Fed seen trimming bond buys, could offer vague rate clues1:12 AM ET | Reuters
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[BRIEFING.COM] The stock market ended the Tuesday session on a lower note after generally upbeat earnings took the back seat to geopolitical concerns. The S&P 500 (-0.5%) and Nasdaq Composite (-0.1%) ended on their lows, while the Russell 2000 (+0.3%) displayed relative strength.
Once again, market participants were focused on quarterly reports in the early going, but geopolitical worries overshadowed the impact of mostly better than expected earnings. Specifically, equities ... More
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