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The political posturing has to end sometime.
A speedy deal on the avoiding the fiscal cliff would go a long way toward soothing the worries of business owners everywhere.
Is a new all-time high in the offing for the S&P 500 next year?
Trying to get ahead of one result or another when it comes to the fiscal cliff is a dangerous game,
The major U.S. equity averages soar on Black Friday as long checkout lines trump another fiscal setback for the eurozone.
Politicians showing an ability to cooperate may be more important than anything else when it comes to the fiscal cliff debate.
Avoiding the fiscal cliff may not be the end of the market's Washington worries.
It's hard to imagine a positive headline that's going to trump the ubiquitous fiscal cliff worries that are dominating the action in stocks right now.
The rhetoric around the fiscal cliff is just starting to ramp up, and that's a bad sign for those holding out hope for a quick compromise.
A new survey finds hedge funds are embracing stocks again but that's not necessarily a positive indicator for equities.