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On a miserable January in the market, a new China fund, some green alternatives, and the surge in tobacco stocks.
6 considerations to weigh as stock prices are tested in the wake of Fed efforts to spur growth.
The central bank's dramatic move, signaling increased recession fears, is its largest cut since 1984.
A sampling of commentary on the Fed's move to cut interest rates.
The central bank's move, signaling increased fears of recession, is its largest cut since 1984.
President Bush and top congressional lawmakers will meet today to discuss how they can quickly boost the economy before it falls into a recession. They'll be looking at as much as $150 billion in tax rebates, business tax cuts, and funding for a Democratic-led call for food stamps and employment aid. While last year Bush and members of Congress fought bitter battles over spending, both sides have promised bipartisanship.
Capitalizing on big-picture economic trends is the name of the game at Denver's Marsico Funds.