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It was billed as the political event of a lifetime so the big question follows: who won the U.S. Presidential Debate at Hofstra University?
Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton
The American People
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9/30/2016 - The markets are all up sharply.  News that Deutsche Bank
(DB) may be near a settlement with the DOJ has sent its
stock soaring 14%, and is leading financials and the markets
higher. John Cryan, DB’s CEO, issued an internal letter to
employees to assure them the bank was well capitalized and
all the news was merely creating “unjustified concerns.”
Consumers, well some, were a bit happier this month, as the
final reading of the consumer sentiment for the month of
Sep... MORE

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