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Student Debt Relief is Just the Tip of the Iceberg
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Intra-Year Declines in the S&P 500
Keeping Stock Market Performance in Perspective
Weak retail sales and low inflation numbers suggest the Fed will continue it's pattern of no rate hikes for the foreseeable future. Reuters runs down the numbers here.
Brian Wesbury, First Trust Chief Economist, looks for a strong end to 2016 by stating "our year-end forecast of 2375 for the S&P 500 and a 20,000+ Dow Jones Industrial Average remain intact." Read his analysis here.
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