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11/22/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
Ben Shapiro, Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Wire fills in for Mark. Every day we hear more and more about someone from Hollywood or in politics who has been accused or committed sexual harassment. This is the culture that the left built since the sexual revolution and they are shocked when that ...
11/3/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
President Trump keeps saying the Republican tax plan is the biggest tax cut in American history. But the biggest tax cuts in history were the Ronald Reagan tax cuts. Republicans sound like leftists today. While they are cutting rates for many people, they are slashing deductions. There ought to be ...
Wall Street gives back some of Wednesday's gains despite lower unemployment numbers
following an early report that showed strong jobs growth. Freddie Mac says mortgage rates rose this week, and with the interest rate hike coming, they're expect to climb even more. The average rate on a 30-year loan is now 4.30 percent. Fifteen-year
Wall Street bounce back from Tuesday's losses as Federal Reserve hikes interest rates
Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street climbed towards milestone numbers on Wednesday as the Federal reserve announce an interest rate hike . The Dow Jones closed the day at 20,950, up 112.73 from its open. The Nasdaq gained 43.23 to a finish of 5,900
US stocks close lower on possible rate hike and geopolitical concerns
investors fretted over geopolitical issues and a possible interest rate hike this month. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 51.37 ..... which will further indicate whether or not there may be a rate hike coming soon from the U.S. central bank. North Korea: North
US stocks close slightly higher as Yellen signals rate hike this month
up about 1 percent at $53 a barrel. Federal Reserve: During a speech in Chicago on Friday, Yellen signaled an interest rate hike could be coming soon after the U.S. central brank raised its benchmark rate in December. "At our meeting later this month
US stocks close higher after Fed chair Janet Yellen testimony
Committee on Tuesday and indicated that another rise in interest rates could come sooner rather than later. She did not say when a rate hike was likely, but said, "Waiting too long to remove accommodation would be unwise, potentially requiring the [Federal Open