WEBVTT LET'S TALK MONEY NEWSNOW.HERE IS KCRA 3 MONEY EXPERTKELLY BROTHERS.HAPPY FRIDAY.REPORTER: YOU, TOO.DO YOU LIKE AMAZON PRIME?HAVE YOU GROWN RELIANT ON AMAZONPRIME?THEY ARE RAISING THE PRICE.THEY ARE POPPING IT BY ABOUT 20%TO $12.99 PER MONTH.THE AMAZON STOCK IS UP ON THATIS.ON THE PROSPECT OF A GOVERNMENTSHUTDOWN, THE DOW DOWN YESTERDAY.TODAY, COMPLETELY FLAT.SITTING JUST ABOUT 26,000.APPLE SAYS THEY WILL LET YOUCHOOSE WHETHER YOUR OLD IPHONESLOWS DOWN.CEO TIM COOK SAYS THE TECH...
WEBVTT IRDRE: LET'S GET A CHECK OFBUSINESS NEWS WITH KELLYBROTHERS.DOES IT SURPRISE YOU?KELLY: NOT REALLY.I THOUGHT THEY WOULD HEAD TO THESOUTHEAST FOR GEOGRAPHICDIVERSITY AND FIND A STATE THATIS PROBABLY LOW TAX.THEY ARE LOOKING FOR A LOT OFTHINGS.THEY ASKED FOR BUSINESS FRIENDLYAND I THINK WE WILL THE EMPTY UPSEEING A CITY IN A VERY BUSINESSFRIENDLY STATE END UP GETTINGTHAT SECOND HEADQUARTERS.APPLE ANNOUNCED THEY ARE GOINGTO BUILD A SECOND HEADQUARTERS.I THINK OUR CHANCES OF THAT ARELOWER,...
WEBVTT WE ARE LOOKING CLOSE TO REACHINGTHE 26,000 MARK ONCE AGAIN?KELLY: YES, BUT IT IS CALM HER.-- IS CLAMER -- IS CALMER.WE DROPPED LIKE A ROCK.WE WERE DOWN 100 POINTS ON THEDOW.WE FINISH TODAY AT THE FLATLINED, DOWN BY 10 POINTS.WE GOT THROUGH 26, BUT NOTCLOSE.LET'S CHECK THE REAL-TIMENUMBERS AS WE STARTED UP 100POINTS.IT HAS BEEN STEADY SINCE THEN.GOOD BANK EARNINGS, BUT STILL100 POINTS BELOW 26,000 ON THEDOW.ONLINE SHOPPING SALES SETTING ANEW RECORD FOR THE HOLIDAYSEASON OF 2720 --...
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Selecting a term
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