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Nightly Business Report – December 3, 2019



Tonight on Nightly Business Report, President Trump hints at a delay in the trade deal with China and stocks fall sharply.

Plus, the other college debt crisis.

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Gary Powell

Mr. Cohn's should rethink his comment that liberal arts courses are "stodgy". Those courses help answer the whys to the uses of technology. That was Michael Crichton's view about the importance of history. Jim Rogers, "Investment Biker", wrote that money is a lance, not the chalice, it is a tool, not the treasure.

Susan Cavey
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Susan Cavey

To clarify, the standard deduction is $24,000 is you are filing as married; it is $12,000 if filing single. Guess the reporter thinks that everyone is married!

fnewler
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fnewler

Time to bust out the freedom fries

Elijah Tanner III
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Elijah Tanner III

Those dog gone republicans

Elijah Tanner III
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Elijah Tanner III

If your waiting on trumps trade deals your a bigger fool than trump.

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D Harkcom

Today there were 32 new 52-week highs and 64 new 52-week lows on NASDAQ. On the NYSE there were 20 new 52-week highs and 49 new 52-week lows. The slope of the US Treasury yield curve declined: 61 basis points separated the 1-month yield (1.56%) from the 30-year (2.17%). Volatility, as measured by the volatility index multiple I follow, UVXY, rose more sharply than it did yesterday. UVXY closed at 17.43, up 9.83% on the session. Winners of the day included Brookfield Renewables (US ticker: BEP) and Lamb Weston (US ticker: LW). Regarding BEP: "Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. owns a… Read more »

AmeriCA MEinyourmouth
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Who wants to argue or complain first?