Listen: Loxley, Commonwealth Financial Network And Brad Mcmillan discussed on Todd Schnitt
"Of life isn't built for parents to bury kids Loxley was previously. Alabama's offensive coordinator closing arguments in the murder trial of James field of wrapped in juries will start deliberating. Tomorrow fields is accused of driving his car into a crowd of counter protesters in Charlottesville last year. You're listening to ABC news. This is a Bloomberg market minute. It was a thirsty session. That was almost as volatile as they come. The Dow Jones industrials were down more than seven hundred points in early trading but ended with a loss of just seventy nine points or a third of a percent. The NASDAQ closed twenty nine points higher a gain of four tenths percent. The s&p five hundred closed four points or a tenth of a percent lower Brad McMillan. At Commonwealth financial network says the volatility could last a while the market is trying to get a handle on what's going on with trade. What's going on with interest rates? There's just too much uncertainty to really establish a positive trend in the short-term. Forecasters at vanguard group think the Federal Reserve will stop hiking interest rates next summer, then guards annual outlook for the economy and market says economic growth will likely slow while inflation remains tame fewer people are flipping homes for prophet. Adam data solutions has home flips were at a three and a half year. Low in the third quarter down twelve percent year over year.."