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Gas prices are plunging. Fears about the Ebola virus are increasing. And the upcoming elections are raising questions about what the new Congress is likely to do.
After initially showing a lack of direction, stocks have moved modestly higher over the course of the trading day on Wednesday.
Consumer price inflation in the U.S. unexpectedly showed a modest increase in September, as the continued decline in energy prices were offset by higher prices for food and shelter.
Stocks were mixed in morning trades as investors look over earnings reports from U.S. companies.
U.S. Hispanics represent a growing share of eligible voters around the country, but don't expect that to swing many gubernatorial races this year.
The stock market's big swings have raised concerns about how much longer the five-year bull market can last, but the volatility is no reason to abandon the market, say professional investors and strategists.
Existing homes in the U.S. sold in September at their fastest clip this year, a sign that the housing market is shaking off a slowdown that began in the middle of 2013.
Labor Secretary Tom Perez sought Monday to re-energize President Obama's push for raising the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour and for making paid leave for mothers of newborns more widely available.
While Republicans in Congress shout, "Repeal Obamacare," GOP governors in many states have quietly accepted the law's major Medicaid expansion.
U.S. stocks are mostly higher, but the gains were held back by IBM, which slid after reporting results that fell short of what investors were looking for.
On Friday, U.S. President Barack Obama issued an executive order requiring the federal government, private credit card companies and other lenders to take immediate steps to enhance consumer security measures.
Europe's economy sputters, oil prices plunge and stocks start swinging wildly. Wall Street's long dormant "fear index" now predicts more volatility ahead.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said in a speech Friday that the last several decades have seen the most sustained rise in income inequality in a century.
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