As we approaching Sunday's OPEC meeting, it appears more oil is likely to come to market at a time when demand is showing signs of slowing.
LMT spiked right through a couple of points of resistance late last week.
The Labor Department says prices in August rose 2.7% from a year earlier. That is slower than July's pace of 2.9% and also below the 2.8% clip projected by economists.
When a stock hits a trillion dollars in market cap, as Apple and Amazon recently have, that's not a reason alone to worry about valuations.
Bears will view the record level of the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index as a contrary indicator, but trying to time the market on the basis of such data is impossible.
As the East Coast prepares for the arrival of Hurricane Florence, it is a scary reminder that we need to be prepare yet again for Mother Nature. Far too many people still get caught off guard and just don't think about buying flood insurance. Give us 60 seconds and we'll tell you why you should consider it.
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