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Fed or BOJ: What’s Weighing More on U.S. Markets?

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Fed or BOJ: what's weighing more on U.S. markets? Vote in the daily Hot Stock Minute poll. But first, listen to host Lauren Lyster discuss the topic with Yahoo! Finance Columnist Rick Newman. The pair also talk about May retail sales and weekly jobless claims which were released this morning.

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