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12/20/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
Ben Shapiro, Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Wire, fills in for Mark. Today was a great day because tax reform has become the law of the land. The Democrats are losing their minds saying the tax bill is going to kill people. Nancy Pelosi said the Republican tax bill would have killed Tiny Tim yet she ...
just don't know what did the stock market. Continues. To hold steady. S&P 500 . Up 5000 points total is so high this year. What did they don't know they don't have to do they're they're going
Steve & Ted in the Morning 03-16-17 Yellowstone rangers say bears are out of hibernation
Staffers seeing bears out looking for food.
every one that fell on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday the S&P 500 . Pricing nearly twenty points and the Dow gained more than 112 points and the NASDAQ. Climbed 43 points good day on Wall
Wall Street gives back some of Wednesday's gains despite lower unemployment numbers
dipped 15.55 to a close of 20,934.55. The Nasdaq gained 0.71 points, finishing the session at 5,900.76, while the S & P 500 ended the day at 2,381.38, down 3.88 from its open. While the Fed cited economic growth and and strengthening labor
Wall Street bounce back from Tuesday's losses as Federal Reserve hikes interest rates
Jones closed the day at 20,950, up 112.73 from its open. The Nasdaq gained 43.23 to a finish of 5,900.05, while the S & P 500 ended the session at 2,385, 21.86 higher than it began the day. Earlier Wednesday, the Federal Reserve bumped interest
Stocks close lower as oil prices fall
Stocks finished down on Tuesday as oil prices continued to slide. The NASDAQ lost 18.97 to finish at 5,856.82, the S & P 500 gave up 8.02 to close the day at 2,365.45 and the Dow closed the session at 20,837.37 after losing 44.11. Investors
Trump budget chief: President is focused on health care, not insurance coverage
It helps people get health care instead of just coverage.” Preliminary analyses from Brookings Institution and Standard and Poor ’ s estimate that six to 15 million people could lose coverage under the Republican proposal for repealing and replacing the Affordable
US stocks close higher on February jobs report
21 percent) to finish at 20,902.98. The Nasdaq jumped 22.92 (+0.39 percent) to close at 5,861.73, while the S & P 500 finished at 2,372.60, up 7.73 (+0.33 percent) from its open. Crude oil prices sunk nearly 2 percent; over $48