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STOCK MARKET WATCH -- Wednesday, 15 September 2020

STOCK MARKET WATCH, Tuesday, 15 September 2020



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AT THE CLOSING BELL ON: 14 September 2020


Dow Jones 27,993.33 +327.69 (1.18%)
S&P 500 3,383.54 +42.57 (1.27%)
Nasdaq 11,056.65 +203.11 (1.87%)



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Reply STOCK MARKET WATCH -- Wednesday, 15 September 2020 (Original post)
Tansy_Gold Sep 14 OP
Warpy Sep 14 #1
tclambert Sep 14 #2
Tansy_Gold Sep 15 #3
Hugin Sep 16 #4
Tansy_Gold Sep 16 #5

Response to Tansy_Gold (Original post)

Mon Sep 14, 2020, 08:25 PM

1. The price of inequality? Lost annual income of $42,000 for typical worker, study finds

Income inequality has given the rich a greater share of the economic spoils than middle- and low-income earners. That's resulted in a very real impact on the incomes of middle- and low-income households, with the typical full-time American worker now earning $42,000 less than they would have if inequality hadn't surged over the last four decades.

That's according to a new analysis from researchers at Rand, the global policy think tank. Its researchers wanted to look at the dollars-and-cents impact on U.S. households from yawning income inequality, which has lifted the fortunes of the rich to that of Gilded Age levels.

Prior to the mid-1970s, Americans' incomes, no matter their level, generally rose in step with overall economic growth. But that changed in the late 1970s, with the rich capturing the lion's share of economic growth, while middle-class and lower-income workers eked out gains far below par

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/income-inqequality-42k-lost-anually/

I doubt this will be reported by network news and certainly not reportecd well.

What could you have done with that $807.69 a week?

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Response to Tansy_Gold (Original post)

Mon Sep 14, 2020, 08:29 PM

2. Is it Wednesday already?

Darn, I was looking forward to Tuesday. Hope I didn't miss any appointments.

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Response to tclambert (Reply #2)

Tue Sep 15, 2020, 08:53 PM

3. LOL -- sorry for the confusion.

Sometimes I lose track of the days. I do Tuesday's SMW on Monday, and Wednesday's on Tuesday, so when I see it's Tuesday, I think it's probably really Wednesday.

Did you follow that? I didn't think so.



Will try to get it right . . . today.

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Response to Tansy_Gold (Reply #3)

Wed Sep 16, 2020, 11:02 AM

4. Maybe we should update the template for the common era.

Fix the date permanently as, "Blursday, Somethingth of a Month, The-Year-not-to-be-mentioned."

Then, if we're all around, we can do a do-over in January of the next year.

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Response to Hugin (Reply #4)

Wed Sep 16, 2020, 03:43 PM

5. I'm not thinking that far ahead . . . . .

. . . .yet.

I just want to get through the next 48 days.

Contrary to what some media types are saying, I think we'll know very quickly what the outcome is. Either way however, I expect violence. It's not looking pretty.

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