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How the Stock Market Performed During the Clinton Impeachment

Will Donald Trump's trial disrupt the red-hot rally? History suggests it won't. The U.S. Senate votes on articles of impeachment and acquits President Bill Clinton on Feb. 12, 1999. Getty Images Investors might be concerned that the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, which beg...

Maryland Governor Proposes Major Tax Cut for Retirees

Gov. Hogan hopes $1 billion in additional tax relief will make it more affordable for retirees to stay in Maryland. Courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor By Rocky Mengle, Tax Editor January 17, 2020 Maryland isn't very tax-friendly for retirees, and many seniors are movin...

Is the Stock Market Closed on MLK Day?

Both the stock markets and bond markets will have Monday off as the nation honors civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Getty Images By Kyle Woodley, Senior Investing Editor January 17, 2020 <![CDATA[ .kip-table td.closed {background-color: #ccc; font-weight: ...
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Rana Kapoor, MD & CEO, YES BANK - “RBI’s unanimously delivered 25bps hike has been balanced with a neutral stance, reinforcing MPC’s alacrity to retain inflation within its 4.0% target amidst hitherto buildup in price pressures led by crude prices. The rate action comes at a time when economic recovery now appears to be on a firmer footing. This stance allows RBI the choice to act in accordance with evolving macro and financial conditions, in both global and domestic economy in the coming months. Amidst many moving parts, this will entail a careful balancing of global headwinds from elevated crude prices, geopolitical tensions, and domestic policies of MSPs, state pay commissions on growth-inflation dynamics.” #RBIPolicy