The Kabuki Theater of the Debt Ceiling Debate
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the shuffling of the Dow Jones index, the coming debate over raising the debt ceiling and what Americans think Congress should do.
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New venture investment signals slow growth
Venture Capital firms raised less money in the first quarter of 2010 than in any period since 1993, reports the Kansas City Business Journal. The slow growth in the economy combined with a less favorable overall market contributed to reducing investment in new firms, even as the Dow Jones Industrial Average breached the 11,000-mark today. The National Venture Capital Association and Thomson Reuters released a | Read More »
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Obama Destroys Capitalism, Brown Inspires Investment
Every time a recession occurs in our country, Democrats control the House.
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Which are Reliable Indicators of a Strong National Economy?
One of the fun things about living in an Information Age is that we not only have near-instant access to financial data, but also a multitude of data sources to look at. It seems there’s a new report every day with updated economic news and forecasts. There’s a theory about the “wisdom of crowds” that says if enough people vote on a given topic, regardless | Read More »
Elevator to hell
Markets »Updated: 11:20 am ET, October 16-311.02(-3.63%)Dow 8,266.89-50.83(-3.12%)Nasdaq 1,577.50-34.93(-3.85%)S&P 872.91 Vote for Obama and destroy what is left of your 401K,Vote for Obama and destroy your child’s college fund.Vote for Obama and destroy any dignity you have left.Hope & Change will be more like Hope it Changes…..The path is clear. The ONLY hope is to vote McCain/Palin.
Reid’s ‘bankruptcy’ comment drives down DOW
I meant to do something on this myself. $15 billion, folks. Fifteen billion. That’s what the Democratic Senate Majority Leader cost American investors with one stupid comment. – Moe Lane I am shocked, just shocked that the Majority leader’s comment would make such a comment while Wall Street struggles on. Just classy. “We don’t have a lot of leeway on time. One of the individuals | Read More »