It's the Fed. It's not durable goods orders or the "death cross" or other reports of an allegedly fading economy that's behind Wall Street's worries.

The Alliance for American Manufacturing has provided a way for U.S. citizens to put their dollars into American companies this Christmas season. 

Charles Evans of the Fed’s Federal Open Market Committee says interest rates are too low and need to go higher.

Starting in January, the 62 million Americans receiving Social Security will get a cost of living adjustment (COLA) in their benefit checks of about $40 a month.

The Treasury reported total government receipts of $253 billion for the month of October, while total outlays were $353 billion. The U.S. taxpayer is left holding the bag for the difference of $100 billion.

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