We are just hours away from the Fed minutes. Their release at 2pm is likely to be the biggest market event of the week. So far it hasn't been a good week for stocks. The Dow dropped again yesterday. It's now down for five sessions in a row-- the longest losing streak this year. So, what can we hope to learn from minutes and of course, the T word on all investors minds, tapering. Yahoo! Finance Senior Columnist Mike Santoli has more in the video above.
A glitch at Goldman Sachs (GS) could cost the firm hundreds of millions of dollars. The firm executed a bunch of botched trades yesterday morning when an internal computer system sent out options orders at incorrect prices. The orders were placed on stocks and ETFs with ticker symbols starting with the letters H or I through K. The error pushed some options prices to just one dollar. Options officials are reviewing the trades and at least some are being canceled. Goldman released a statement saying "Neither the risk nor the potentialRead More »from What to Expect in Fed Minutes; Goldman’s Costly Glitch; Facebook’s Global Push