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"There was one resident who rented at one year and then right to that same tree. The next year. She argues renting is far better than buying a fake tree which produces non-recyclable plastic. It is a living specimen, which is really cool, which we rental started, forty bucks. And all proceeds go to our city forest in San Jose. Matt Bigler KCBS. Whenever you want to watch KCBS news time nine fifty five volatility rock the stock market again after an early rally was quickly blown up with stocks moving lower on a host of concerns ranging from the trade war to win certainty over with the Federal Reserve is going to do at its meeting this month to Apple's ongoing stock slide on demand worries. The Dow plummeted five hundred fifty eight points to twenty four thousand three hundred eighty nine the NASDAQ dropped two hundred nineteen points to sixty nine sixty nine and the s&p fell sixty two points to twenty six thirty three. The Labor Department reported a weaker than expected gain of one hundred fifty five thousand jobs in November. Although the unemployment rate remained steady at three point seven percent. Oil prices rallied higher on a big OPEC production cut. Apple stock dropped three and a half percent on negative analysts notes for Morgan Stanley and UBS with UBS saying it's survey found iphone purchase intention down to a five year. Low Marlboro maker Altria took a one point eight billion dollar stake in Canadian cannabis producer. Cronos group rallying several other pot stocks higher. Jason Brooks CBS news. What if every time you went out you could cash in now with the Capital One Seaver card? You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment, like learning more about each other on your first date radio."