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Investing in the Habits of Old and Young
For decades, investors have been focused on companies that market intensively to the baby boom generation – people born in the nearly two decades after World War II. This kind of demographic investing, as it’s called, has become ingrained in the DNA of American markets. Just Google “baby boomer
Toll Brothers and JPMorgan Rise, CF Industries Slumps
Toll Brothers and JPMorgan Chase trade higher on Wall Street, CF Industries and Twitter slide
Markets Right Now: Stocks Move Solidly Higher on Wall Street
Stocks had their biggest rise since March, led by gains in technology stocks and banks
A Rising Housing Market Lifts Builders, Home Goods Retailers
New U.S. data showing Americans snapping up homes at a pace not seen since the recession sent shares of companies with any connection to the housing sector up sharply
Adrian Peterson Arrives At First Court Hearing On Child Abuse Case
Star NFL running back in court for pre-trial hearing for hitting his 4-year-old son.
Major Bitcoin Exchange Collapses
Morning Business Memo By John Kapetaneas Major bitcoin exchange website Mt. Gox went offline today, as trading on the Tokyo-based site came to a screeching halt. The site had disabled withdrawals earlier this month. The apparent closure has added to investor scrutiny over the virtual...
Housing Prices Increase Across America
we have the news that american home owners have been waiting to hear. The price of the family house is roaring back to life. Home prices up more than 6% across the country, and that's the biggest jump in six years. Abc's david muir is here to tell us what's ahead and which markets are causing the
Stocks Try to Recover From Triple-Digit Loss
Bloomberg's Dominic Chu explains how Libyan unrest is impacting the markets.
Joran van der Sloot Interview Part 3
With the Natalee Holloway missing for more than a week. Her hometown of Birmingham is wrapped in yellow Percent to close knit communities really affecting everybody that lives here. Back in that three young men who may know the most morons under slowed and Brothers deep Hopkins to have been busy
Stocks cut losses as Boeing provides smiles
Stocks pared losses and the Dow Jones industrial average turned positive in afternoon trading Thursday as plane maker Boeing rose after it said it expects the first flight of its long-delayed 787 Dreamliner by the end of 2009 and as oil prices cut losses. Investors ignored reports on unemployment