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Passionate anchor of Countdown to the Closing Bell 3pm ET on Fox Business. Wife, mom, triathlete, Cal-Berkeley grad, chocoholic, red-head

S&P 500 Completes Best Week of 2015 — Even though the S&P had a red Tuesday closing down, Friday's win was enough to push this week to the top of the pile! The S&P 500 completed its best week of 2015. Six of the 10 S&P 500 sectors closed higher Friday. Actually, all the major averages closed higher for a second week in a row.

Alcoa Shares Fall Following 3Q Earnings Miss — There were miles of green on the screen Thursday with all the major averages closing higher. The Dow climbed 138 points, following the release of the Federal Reserve minutes. The markets interpreted that the Fed might "not" raise rates this year and boom, it was rally time.

GoPro Stock Falls After Morgan Stanley Slashes Price — The Dow posted its best win streak since July, ending the session Wednesday up 122 points. All three major averages closed in the green. The S&P was up 15 points and the Nasdaq rose 42 points. Some context for you -- it was the 35th day in a row of triple-digit swings.

McDonald’s Rolls Out All-Day Breakfast — Wall Street's multi-day rally fizzled Tuesday as the U.S. trade deficit swelled by 15.6% in August to a higher-than-expected $48.3 billion. The Dow just barely finished in the green as it extended its winning streak to three sessions, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq both fell into negative territory.

Nelson Peltz Takes $2.5B Stake in GE — Green Acres -- not just a T.V. show from the '70s. It was a good description for the markets on Monday as the major market averages all finished up at least 1.5%. The Dow jumped 304 points, and at the high rose 326 points.

Markets Close Higher, Despite Weak Jobs Report — What a way to end the week! Even a lackluster September jobs report couldn't hold the markets down for very long, as all the major averages rallied more than 1% Friday. The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all managed to swing into positive territory this week, snapping a two-week losing streak.

Markets Close Mixed After Choppy Trading Session

Markets Tumble, Dow Falls More Than 300 Points — The markets were nursing a black eye after Monday's steep declines. The Dow shed 311 points to close at 16002, the S&P closed down 49 points at 1881 and the Nasdaq saw its biggest loss since August 24, down 142 points at 4543.

Nike Helps Dow Stay in Positive Territory — A roller coaster of a day for the final day of trade this week. At the opening bell, the Dow saw immediate gains, which went as high up as 264 points before falling more than 200 points in the final few hours of trade. The Dow did manage to close the day higher by 113 points.

Major Averages Close Lower for Third-Straight Day — It was a choppy trading day on Wall Street as the major averages made a comeback in the final hour of trade. The Dow had fallen 264 points at the low of the session before paring losses to close lower by 78 points. The S&P 500 fell six points and the Nasdaq dropped 18 points.
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Oct 09, 2015

Yes @sodastreamusa definitely healthier than soda. I'm addicted. "@spikesurge83: @LizClaman probably healthier for you too I would imagine?"

Oct 09, 2015

RT @FoxBusiness: #ClamanOnCall: @LizClaman on the markets, oil prices, Lumber Liquidators and next week’s corporate earnings.

Oct 09, 2015

The CEO who's eager to hire #Syrian Immigrants STAT! 3pET He's ready & willing so what's the stumbling block?

Oct 09, 2015

Wondering tho if @Keurig feeling the heat from @SodaStreamUSA ? I save a ton of $$ w/mine now that I don't buy sparkling water. Thoughts?

Oct 08, 2015

BREAKING: "Hopefully we'll put currency exchange kiosks in airports OUT of business." -- @winklevoss & @Tylerwinklevoss to Fox Biz #bitcoin

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