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NJ Residents Try To Figure Out The Up And Down Economy [AUDIO]

There's some good economic news - the Labor Department reports weekly unemployment benefit applications dropped by 14 thousand, to a seasonally adjusted 374,000, the fewest since the week of May 19th.

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Stocks Face A Rough Road Ahead [AUDIO]

It's been a volatile few months for the stock market and the rough road is expected to continue into the near future.

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Economic Uncertainty Looms Ahead [POLL/AUDIO]

There's a tide of economic uncertainty coming in by year's end, and it may affect your taxes, job growth and a lot of other economic issues by 2013.

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US Stocks Turn Higher on Hopes of Stimulus

U.S. stocks are closing higher, recovering some of their big loss from a day earlier, after a Federal Reserve official said he supported more measures to stimulate the economy.

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Dow is on Track for a Second Straight Day of Gains

U.S. stocks opened higher as the Dow Jones industrial average heads higher for the second day in a row. The early gains turned the Dow positive for the year.

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Stocks Inch Slightly Lower as Calm Returns to Market

Calm returned to the stock market Monday after a spasm of fearful selling last week. Major indexes fell modestly in morning trading.

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Dismal Job Market Report Causes Stocks to Plunge

The stock market suffered its worst day of the year Friday after a surprisingly weak report about hiring and employment cast a pall of gloom over the U.S. economy. The Dow Jones industrial average plunged 275 points.

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Some, Especially The Young, Fear The Stock Market [AUDIO]

The past 10-12 years have seen some big stock market reverses from time to time. And those reverses may have soured some younger investors.

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Stocks Fall as Greece Struggles to Form Government [VIDEO]

A wave of political uncertainty in Europe spread through financial markets Tuesday, pushing U.S. stocks sharply lower.

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Should Investors Heed The Old, “Sell In May And Go Away” Axiom? [AUDIO]

"Sell in May and go away." It's an old Wall Street axiom for stock market players. But one New Jersey expert say with all that's going on, it may not be a wise investment course.

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