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Upbeat News Continues to Encourage Investors

U.S. stocks continued to rise last week, albeit at a slower pace than the frenetic advance of preceding weeks. The S&P 500 Stock Index closed the week at yet another record high. Foreign stocks, however, were plagued by new indications of slow growth in Europe. To make matters worse, long-beleaguered Japan is in another recession.

Stocks have been rising for all the right reasons, including strong corporate earnings reports, encouraging economic news, and expectations that the Federal Reserve Board will postpone raising interest rates until we’re well into 2015.

(November 17)

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