Stocks finished the day lower as they gear up for the big FOMC meeting on September 22.
Stocks plunged on September 20 as China-worries take hold.
The week of September 20 will be a big week for investors as they wait for the FOMC meeting to conclude on September 22.
Stocks will be released from their tight trading range when index options expire on the September 17 opening.
Stocks finished the day higher, but there is plenty to think about in the days ahead.
Stocks fell on September 14 as the market braces for options expiration and the FOMC meeting.
Stocks seemed to be out of sorts on September 13, lacking any clear sense of direction.
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The S&P 500 fell for the fourth day in a row in its drive for five.
There are clear signs showing risk-taking may have peaked in the equity market.
Goldman Sachs cut its third-quarter GDP growth forecast, with more to follow.
The August job report was much stronger than it appeared on the surface, and we explain why it will probably not derail a Fed taper of QE.
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Stocks jumped higher on monthly inflow day, only to give all back by the close.
The Fed and ECB may both be on the tapering path very soon.
The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100 hit overbought levels on August 30 based on their RSI and Bollinger Bands.
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Stocks fell one day ahead of what is expected to be the big announcement on tapering.
The stock market grinds higher as volume deteriorates and internals weakens.