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The central bank's decision on whether to trim its bond buying may dictate if the market has a good week. Oracle and FedEx earnings are on tap.
When interest rates plunged, recent graduates shackled with student debt couldn't refinance at a lower rate.
Getting a mortgage will become trickier and more costly in 2014. Here are the reasons it's happening.
Here's my theory on what's driving the bank index to breakout levels.
The Dow has its first weekly gain in a month, but stocks end basically flat on worries about continuing slow job growth. Syria worries add to volatility.
There's a tug of war going on between rising employment and rising bond yields.
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