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MarketWatch MarketPulseDec 17, 2018
Dow tumbles more than 350 points as stock market carves out fresh Monday nadir
The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled by more than 350 points on Monday as the equity benchmarks in the U.S. forged new lows on the session. The Dow was down 352 points, most recently, or 1.5% at 23,749, heading for its lowest close of 2018, the S&P 500 index declined by 1.5% at 2,559, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was trading 110 points, or 1.6%, lower at 6,801. All three U.S. main equity benchmarks were trading at or near their worst levels of the day, coming fresh off an ugly Friday session that saw the Dow enter correction territory, widely defined as a drop of at least 10% from a recent peak. Meanwhile, the 10-year Treasury note was yielding 2.86%, pulling back from its Friday values, indicating buying in government bonds and a so-called risk-off mode in the market with investors fleeing to the perceived risk government bonds. Bond prices rise as yields fall. Health-care stocks were under pressure after a Federal judge ruled that Obamacare unconstitutional.

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KiplingerDec 17, 2018
12 Best Things to Buy at Aldi for the Holidays
Even if Aldi isn't your supermarket of choice for weekly shopping, you may want to put it on your "nice list" when seeking holiday bargains. At this time of year, the German discount grocer stocks an assortment of rotating seasonal items, including imports from Europe, that are ideal for entertaining and gift giving.

We took a spin through an Aldi in Northern Virginia to get a sense of the offerings available to holiday shoppers. We weren't disappointed with Aldi's prices on everything from sweets and snacks to toys and stocking stuffers. When feasible, we compared prices with similar items at a nearby Wegmans. Selection is more limited than at a traditional supermarket - Aldi carries a few name brands and a whole bunch of store brands - so if you see a seasonal item you like, grab it. It might not be around for long.

Take a look at some of the best things we found at Aldi to buy for the holidays.

SEE ALSO: 14 Best Costco Kirkland Products for the Holidays


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MarketWatch MarketPulseDec 17, 2018
Labour Party to bring vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister May
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is expected to bring a vote of no-confidence against U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, after the premier refused to hold a vote on her Brexit deal before the Parliament's Christmas recess. May earlier said she intended to schedule a vote for the week of Jan. 14, which many members of Parliament deem as too late. The Prime Minister survived a vote of no-confidence brought by her own Conservative Party last week. The British pound was clinging to gains, last buying $1.2622, up 0.3%.

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MarketWatchDec 17, 2018
Love & Money: The troubling reason grandparents should think twice about spoiling their grandkids this holiday season
Grandparents are the fastest growing group of toy buyers, but the cause of this spending is complex.

Reuters BusinessDec 17, 2018
Carlyle nearing deal to buy StandardAero for more than $5 billion: sources
Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP is nearing a deal to acquire aviation services company StandardAero from Veritas Capital, another buyout firm, for more than $5 billion, including debt, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.

Reuters Company NewsDec 17, 2018
UPDATE 2-Burger chain Jack in the Box exploring options, including sale
Burger chain Jack in the Box Inc said on Monday it is exploring options, including a sale, and has held talks with potential buyers, sending its shares up nearly 7 percent.

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