Stocks end mostly higher following Federal Reserve statement th...

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The Federal Reserve didn't surprise investors but still left them disappointed. Stocks ended mixed but mostly higher after the Fed said the economy was on the mend. Full Story
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Curious George Pres

Bridgeport, CT

#1 Jun 25, 2009
And now with the economy in the tolet the clueless O'man wants to spend trillions more on socialized medicine,smart move if your an inept idiot.
Depression on the horizon.
Realist

AOL

#2 Jun 25, 2009
Maybe we should have listened to Joe Biden when he said there was a "30% chance that we could get this wrong".
American Joke

New Rochelle, NY

#3 Jun 25, 2009
6.74 million Americans were let go from their jobs. o'bama said he is going to "save or create" 4 million jobs...

Using my public school math, o'bama needs now "save or create"

10,740,000 decent jobs for the American people.

Maybe he should spend less time playing golf and bringing his awful wife on $100,000.00 tax payer dollar date nights, and start to work. o'bama is the laziest yet.
American Joke

New Rochelle, NY

#4 Jun 25, 2009
needs to now
Capitalism Is Good

Bayonne, NJ

#5 Jun 25, 2009
if you are already rich. Obama protects wealth.
Screwed taxpayer

Bethpage, NY

#6 Jun 25, 2009
I believe the unemployment numbers will go up and our Obama boy( that is what he is a boy in a suit)will turn this around by saying he saved millions of jobs but don't tell this to the unemployed.How on Gods earth do you spend money you don't have unless you are spending other peoples money.This is what he and congress is doing and when voting time comes around vote these BUMS out of office. It is funny he wants to tax people who make over $250,000, well why not drop it to $170,000 so every congressmen could contribute and be patriotic.
Curious George Pres

Bridgeport, CT

#8 Jun 26, 2009
When China decides to dump the dollar watchout.
do it

Hicksville, NY

#9 Jun 26, 2009
Screwed taxpayer wrote:
I believe the unemployment numbers will go up and our Obama boy( that is what he is a boy in a suit)will turn this around by saying he saved millions of jobs but don't tell this to the unemployed.How on Gods earth do you spend money you don't have unless you are spending other peoples money.This is what he and congress is doing and when voting time comes around vote these BUMS out of office. It is funny he wants to tax people who make over $250,000, well why not drop it to $170,000 so every congressmen could contribute and be patriotic.
what do you expect when you let a ninja run our govt.

in the words of chris rock, "they spinning ninja, they spinning!"
Curious George Pres

Bridgeport, CT

#10 Jun 30, 2009
I wonder who they ask about consummer confidence,the O'man and staff?
I or anyone I know has ever been polled. How is your consummer confidence, do you feel like running out and spending,getting deeper in debt?
Delayed

New York, NY

#12 Jun 30, 2009
Don't forget it was the greedy white upper-class that put us in this mess, lowering standards for loans, payday lending schemes and speculating...
b894j8n4ny

Montague, NJ

#14 Jul 2, 2009
Yep, the current market bull run is a speculative run fueled by yet another extra-ordinary and unsounded cheap money from the Fed and the Treasury. Remember the last credit bubble, anyone?

With today's shady US economy fundamental such as the highest percentage of unemployment in more than 2-1/2 decades, don't believe this market bull run will last more than a bleep.
Capt Renault

Staatsburg, NY

#15 Jul 2, 2009
The only jobs being "saved" or "created" are government jobs. Those folks are safe, secure, and up for raises, thank you. And bad luck to the rest of us.
Pfluger the Union Monkey

Boston, MA

#16 Jul 6, 2009
Hey Urkel: Where dem 5 million new green jobs at, the jobs you and Joey said you'd be creatin'. You know, during the campaign, when you said "Yes we can" over and over again.

“Rant much?”

Since: Dec 07

Long Island, NY

#17 Jul 6, 2009
If Urkel and Bozo the Veep would stop their constant 'Doom and Gloom' speeches, Wall Street would stop panicking every other week and the market could naturally stabilize.

But of course that won't happen, because they need us scared so we'll look to them for *snicker* "guidance".
Enough

Winthrop, MA

#18 Jul 6, 2009
Tesseract wrote:
If Urkel and Bozo the Veep would stop their constant 'Doom and Gloom' speeches, Wall Street would stop panicking every other week and the market could naturally stabilize.
But of course that won't happen, because they need us scared so we'll look to them for *snicker* "guidance".
Not that I like either, but it's not the President or VP that cause these fluctuations. There are monthly and quarterly reports that are issued on every type of financial activity, consumer activity and anything else this retarded species can attach a number to. The "leader" and his VP have very little to do with the performance of the market, regardless of which inept politician is in office at the time.
Just a Thought

Bellmore, NY

#19 Jul 8, 2009
If the S&P 500 dips below the 870 technical line, it will start an automatic sell off computer generated.
billp

Vancouver, WA

#20 Jul 8, 2009
If energy prices are falling, why are stocks depressed in non energy sectors?
Why

Rockville Centre, NY

#21 Jul 8, 2009
billp wrote:
If energy prices are falling, why are stocks depressed in non energy sectors?
You asked the question. Do you know or are you just asking?
Just a Thought

Bellmore, NY

#22 Jul 8, 2009
Why don't you get involved in local politics? Village, town or county government. Join the Republican party and work alongside other Republicans to see your believe come to fruition. Insult the US President does you no good. It makes you simply a pompus, wanna be. Get involved in local politics. All politics is local.
Curious George Pres wrote:
And now with the economy in the tolet the clueless O'man wants to spend trillions more on socialized medicine,smart move if your an inept idiot.
Depression on the horizon.
Hmmm

New Rochelle, NY

#23 Jul 9, 2009
"better than expected jobs report"

500,000 Americans lost their jobs THIS WEEK and this is good news.

Great job o'bama! When are you going to join the millions of jobless Americans?

I guess this is as good as you get with o'bama at the helm.

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