NDX161216C02500000


OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
2,178.000.00 (0.00%)
As of 6:13 PM EDT. Market open.
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Prev Close2,178.00
Open0.00
Bid1,914.00
Ask1,930.70
Strike2,500.00
Expire Date2016-12-16
Day's Range2,178.00 - 2,178.00
Contract RangeN/A
Volume0
Open Interest6
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    Lawrence Lewitinn2 days ago

    Why things could be different this time around when the Fed raises rates

    Fed Chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer used the Federal Reserve’s conference in Jackson Hole, Wyo., to prepare the world for at least one interest rate hike by year’s end. “They feel the data is strong enough that they are on their way for the next rate hike,” said Ben Emons, chief economist and head of credit portfolio management at Intellectus Partners. The world is a bit different now than in December 2015 when the Fed last raised rates, Emons postulated.

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    How to play smarter defense in a defensive market

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    Stocks with growing dividends have been the way to go since 1972

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