|MARKET WEEK: JANUARY 26, 2015 by Guest Blogger: Ken Armbruster, Financial Advisor, Preferred Financial Partners, Phone: 708-995-7676, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,Web: www.financialguide.com/Kenneth-Armbruster|
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Last Week’s Headlines
Eye on the Week Ahead
In what should be a very interesting week, all eyes will be on the Federal Reserve to see how the European stimulus plan might impact the Fed’s plans for U.S. interest rates. And investors will be closely watching for any developments in Saudi Arabia and Greece. Meanwhile, earnings season continues in high gear, with major companies like Apple and Microsoft reporting.
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Eye on the Market Week of 1/26/2015
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