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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Stocks appear on track to start today’s session modestly in the red after strong gains the last few days. The concerns that gave us the sell off – global growth, Fed outlook, Ebola – are still with us. But growing hopes of supportive central bank action and a decent-enough Q3 earnings season have encouraged investors to buy the dips.
The U.S. Fed is expected to end the QE program this month and starting preparing the markets for the eventual rate h...