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Financial and Economic Brief - September 23rd, 2015

• House Sales Slow - According to the National Association of Realtors, home closings weakened more than forecast in August to the tune of 4.8%.

• U.S. Stocks Higher - After the Fed’s decision last week to keep interest rates near zero, U.S. stocks opened higher today

• Volkswagen Falls 20% - After confessing to cheating on emissions tests, Volkswagen's stock dropped 20% today to $129.50.

Financial and Economic Brief - September 16th, 2015

• No Slowdown in China? - Economists are staying loyal to their forecasts despite the instability in the Chinese stock market.

• U.S. Stocks Volatile - >U.S. stocks fell this morning, as investors contemplate whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this week.

• Deutsche Bank Cutting Jobs - Deutsche Bank will be cutting around one quarter of its staff, or approximately 23,000 jobs.

Financial and Economic Brief - September 2nd, 2015

• European Stocks Unstable - The Stoxx Europe 600 Index fell 0.3% to 362.35 today after the European area’s inflation rate rose faster than anticipated

• India No Longer a Bright Spot - India surpassed China as the world’s fastest growing large economy early in 2015.

• U.S. Stocks Down - The continued uncertainty around the timing of the Federal Reserve interest rate hike and concerns over China’s economic slowdown pushed U.S. stocks down.

Financial and Economic Brief - August 26th, 2015

• Dow Correction - The Dow fell 531 points on Friday, the biggest loss of 2015.

• Oil Falls below $45 - Oil fell below $45 a barrel for the first time since March 2009.

• Bank of Japan Misses Two-Year Goal - Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, said it was acceptable for the Bank of Japan to miss its inflation target deadline.