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- Following Bernanke comments, dollar hits three year high
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Steve Cohen has received a subpoena to testify before a grand jury in a federal insider trading investigation at his hedge fund, SAC Capital Advisers. Steve Cohen's subpoena puzzles defense lawyers.
Stocks fluctuated between small gains and losses on Wall Street for most of Monday. Small-company stocks are doing well because they are less exposed to recession-plagued Europe than the large international stocks that make up the Dow and the S&P 500 index.
Jamie Dimon, the embattled chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, faces a shareholder vote this week on whether he will be allowed to keep both jobs. Shareholders want the biggest US bank to strip Jamie Dimon of his chairman job after a damaging trading loss last year.
Milwaukee bra ban: A Milwaukee city inspector cited a bowling alley and bar for hanging dozens of bras from the ceiling as a fire hazard. But the owner used publicity to get the bra ban lifted.
Gold loses 1.6 percent in the spot and futures markets, hovering near lows set in April. But the GDX, the ETF for gold miners, loses 4 percent and now stands at lowest point since December 2008.
Stocks closed higher on Wall Street for a fourth straight week Friday. Consumer confidence and other economic indicators rose, giving stocks a boost.
Colleges offer discounts as enrollments fall short, according to Forbes report. Among the colleges still seeking students for the fall term: Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, the University of Maryland, College Park, The New School in New York City, and Arizona State University in Tempe.
Stocks fell on Wall Street Thursday on signs of a slowing economy mixed with indications the Federal Reserve would end its bond-buying program this year. Wal-Mart stocks sank after warning of weaker earnings ahead.