Ukraine still hasn't been able to hold this market down.
The upwards revision shows strong rebound in investment.
The cost of housing is a troublesome issue for monetary authorities and policy.
Checkout line pressure means focus on income and spending numbers.
Not if the Germans have anything to say.
The U.S. has some advantages as it is in a clear recovery.
She's closer to the idea that there's little it can to do boost jobs.
After Yellen's speech, I still expect a rate hike in Q1.
The fundamentals suggest these stocks should be much lower.
Mr. Market's reward vs. risk is now growing unattractive.


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