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SUSIE GHARIB: So what's the outlook for the economy and the stock market in the second half of 2008? I asked three market experts for their forecast. Hugh Johnson, chairman of Johnson Illington Advisors, David Katz, chief investment officer of Matrix Asset Advisors and Josh Feinman, chief economist at Deutsche Asset Management. I began by asking Josh if the economy is going to grow or stall in the second half. JOSH FEINMAN, CHIEF ECONOMIST, DEUTSCHE ASSET MANAGEMENT: I think it grows but pretty sluggishly. The economy still faces some big challenges. It's being hit by three shocks here -- the housing slump, ...
for the "influential financial interests" of the American financial industry, which is centered in the New York City area. Anchored by Wall Street, New York City vies with the City of London to be the financial capital of the world and is home to the New York Stock Exchange , the world's largest stock exchange by market capitalization of its listed companies. Several major U.S. stock and other exchanges remain headquartered on Wall Street and in the Financial District, including the NYSE , NASDAQ , AMEX , NYMEX , and NYBOT .
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RealClearMarkets - It's Become Too Easy to Blame Wall Street
In the summer of 2003 the Oregon legislature decided overwhelmingly to ask voters for the right to issue billions of dollars in pension bonds to help fund public employee retirements. The ballot measure had the support of virtually all state officials and was endorsed by Oregon's major newspapers. The Statesman-Journal called the initiative "a no-brainer" while the Oregonian claimed that the measure "is exactly what taxpayers say they want: State government acting prudently, like a business." The newspaper dismissed the only organized opposition to the measure, Oregon's Libertarian Party, as a group ... market research, surveys and trends
Guest Post: Labor Expert Peter Rachleff « Minnesota Nurses
As the contract impasse between the Twin Cities Hospitals (TCH) and the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) has heated up, journalists, commentators, and interested bystanders have looked increasingly to history for insights and lessons.  The participation of more than 12,000 nurses in the one-day strike of June 10 was widely described as the “largest” nurses’ strike in American history.  As the nurses voted on June 18 to authorize a second, open-ended strike, the search for historical references expanded.  In revisiting the Minneapolis Teamsters’ strike of 1934 and the Hormel strike of 1985-86, journalist Betsy Sundquist ... market research, surveys and trends

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NO TRADER TAX | Stop Trickle Up Poverty and Defeat H.R. 1068!
Individual traders didn’t cause the financial crisis that sent global markets into a tailspin last year. Corporate executives making overleveraged bad bets with other people’s money and idiotic regulators who loosened the rules during the height of the housing mania caused it. And here… Let’s also consider the unintended consequences of this act. It will put a lot of small traders out of business. Individuals who day trade to capture small profits will have much of their gains eaten away by the tax. Consider a trader who uses the same $10,000 to buy and sell stock each day. One round trip each day for a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Momentum investing involves buying stocks that are trending up and assuming that the stock will continue to go up. It is an interesting and simple strategy. Trend traders will hold onto the position, just until it starts to turn around or stops going up. Once it does it is time to get out of it. It is a simple strategy and for this reason most people are ready to write it off and call it a "get rich quick" strategy that will in the long term lose you money. People seem to t ... Tags: trend trading , stock trading , stock market , stocks , wealth building , invest , investment , investing , personal finance , finance ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Charlie White may have been Morris County's first bicycle commuter back in 1969, riding every workday from his family's home in the Millington section of Long Hill to his job at Employment Horizons in Morristown. From the home near the Old Forge Road section of Millington, where the Passaic River snakes along the southern edge the Great Swamp to form the border between Morris and Somerset counties, up the long hill over the ridge of the Third Watchung Mountain into New Vernon, then Morris Township, and finally Morristown, White, most likely clad in a flannel shirt, rode his bike along the narrow roads. And at night ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
History teaches us: You can't care for patients with bayonets
As the contract impasse between hospitals in the Twin Cities and the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) has heated up, journalists, commentators, and interested bystanders have looked increasingly to history for insights and lessons. The participation of more than 12,000 nurses in the one-day strike of June 10 was widely described as the “largest” nurses’ strike in American history. As the nurses voted on June 18 to authorize a second, open-ended strike, the search for historical references expanded. In revisiting the Minneapolis Teamsters’ strike of 1934 and the Hormel strike of 1985-86, journalist Betsy Sundquist (“Possibility ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Remarks by the President on Wall Street Reform | The White House
THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you very much.  Everybody, please have a seat.  Thank you very much.  Well, thank you.  It is good to be back.  (Applause.)  It is good to be back in New York, it is good to be back in the Great Hall at Cooper Union.  (Applause.)  We’ve got some special guests here that I want to acknowledge.  Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is here in the house.  (Applause.)  Governor David Paterson is here.  (Applause.)  Attorney General Andrew Cuomo.  (Applause.)  State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is here.  (Applause.)  The ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Help on current economic crisis and stock market crash of 2008 ...
How have each of the following topics contributed to the stock market crash of 2008 and the subsequent financial crisis and recession? The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 Housing Bubble Short Selling Buying on Margin Subprime/adjustable rate mortgages Thank you! 4 months ago Member since: March 28, 2006 Total points: 49947 (Level 7) The GLB Act repealed the Glass-Steagall Act of 1932 and allowed commercial banks to behave like investment banks. Teh Housing Bubble started in 2007 when those who couldn't afford mortgages were given adjustable rate mortgage ARM and eventually foreclosed. Short Selling is a Wall Street ...
Is the stock market open today on Wall Street in NYC?
Not sure when you asked this question but if it was Columbus Day, October 13, 2008, then yes, the stock markets are open. However, as a federal holiday the bond markets are closed. Most banks are closed and there is no mail delivery. Stock markets in the United States are open every Monday through Friday, 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM ET, with the following exceptions in 2008. New Year's Day January 1, 2008 Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 21, 2008 President's Day February 18, 2008 Good Friday March 21, 2008 Memorial Day May 26, 2008 Independence Day July 4, 2008 Labor Day September 1, 2008 Thanksgiving Day November 27, 2008 ...