Why investors have nowhere to go but the stock market
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It has to do with interest rates. Plus, Teva Pharmaceuticals charged with price-fixing. Also, the data on the U.S.-China trade deal. And, how cutting payroll taxes could contribute to the depletion Social Security benefits.
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Interest rates are expected to stay low. Investors may have nowhere to go but the stock market.
Susan Schmidt, head of U.S. equities at Aviva Investors, has more.
U.S.-China phase one trade deal: It's alive, but is it well?
There's a deal, sure, but it's not looking good in terms of hitting targets.
Teva Pharmaceuticals, the world’s largest generic drugmaker, has been charged in an industry-wide price fixing scheme
Marketplace's Jasmine Garsd reports.
Payroll tax cut could mean Social Security benefits run out sooner
A lot of older Americans rely on Social Security benefits to pay their bills.
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