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Credit Minute - Fine Print of Balance Transfers09/18/14
A look at the real costs of balance transfers from credit card companies and what you should know about them with Adam Levin of credit.com.
The Dow And The S&P 500 Reach Record Closing Highs
Jobless claims fell, housing construction plunged, Amazon unveils new devices and Apple may show off new iPad products next month. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Stocks Continue The Post-Fed Meeting Rally
Stocks continue to rally following the latest meeting of the Federal Reserve Board. Amazon unveils some new tablets, including one for kids. And 25% of workers say they've been bullied on the job. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories...
The Housing Market Rollercoaster
Patrice Sikora reports on a drop in housing construction, a drop in new unemployment claims, being bullied at work and more.
Stock Opens Higher Day After Yellen Speaks
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the opening of the stock market with Bill Stone, chief investment strategist for PNC Wealth Management.
Jobless Claims Fall 36k, Housing Starts Fall 14%
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the latest jobless claims and housing starts numbers with John Canally, economist for LPL Financial.
This Morning's Top Headlines
Fed moves toward tapering easy-money policies...Artificial sweeteners' rep sours. WSJ's Bill Fantini reports the top headlines from today's Wall Street Journal.
Tesla Takes the Wheel
Tesla says its electric cars will soon drive themselves. Sony backs away from its smartphones. Another key sponsor throws the penalty flag on the NFL.
Credit Minute - Credit Report Mistakes
Adam Levin of Credit.com reviews ways that errors can creep into your error report.
The Blue Chips Reach A New Record Close
The Federal Reserve makes two key announcement, Homebuilders' confidence rose to its highest level in nine years, FedEx and Kohl's announce more seasonal hires than last year and Pizza Hut tests a new pizza. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Fed Sees Bond Buying Ending In October
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the Federal Reserve announcements with Diane Swonk, chief economist for Mesirow Financial.
Home Builders Are Happier
Patrice Sikora reports confidence is higher among home builders, the CPI slips, FedEx earnings delight, General Mills earnings disappoint and more.
Stocks Open Higher After CPI Data
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the opening of the stock market with Scott Carmack, portfolio manager for Leader Capital.
Consumer Prices Fall In August
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the August CPI numbers with David Berson, senior VP and chief economist for Nationwide Insurance.
Getting Hired - Hiring a Person, Not a Resume
LevelMoney CEO and Co-Founder Jake Fuentes tells WSJ's Mathew Passy why he is the first line of offense in the hiring process at his firm.
Budweiser Pressures NFL on Domestic Violence
Anheuser-Busch putting pressure on the NFL over domestic violence; stocks rally ahead of FOMC announcement; U.S. General raises prospect of ground forces in ISIS fight and healthcare.gov vulnerabilities put users info at risk. WSJ's Mathew Passy on...
WSJ What's News Late Edition Sept. 16, 2014
Regulators say vehicle stalls not always dangerous. Big sponsor disappointed with the NFL's handling of its recent problems. Boeing gets space ferry contract.
Let's Talk Arts Talks To Opera's Ildar Abdrazakov
Let's Talk Arts discusses news on Broadway and classical music; plus an interview with Met Opera star Ildar Abdrazakov.
US Fight Against ISIS Faces Complications
WSJ's Mathew Passy runs through the top headlines from the Wall Street Journal; including complications in the battle against ISIS, the number of uninsured in the U.S. dropped and the IPO range for Alibaba is raised.
Alibaba May Raise The Price Range For Its IPO
Alibaba may raise the price range for its upcoming Initial Public Offering. Apple says demand for its new iPhones exceeded supply. And U.S. industrial output slipped a bit in August. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories and more.
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