Dow, S&P 500 500 close at all-time highs after Macy's gives strong holiday outlook

  • Article by: STEVE ROTHWELL , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 13, 2013 - 4:45 PM

NEW YORK — Macy's gave the stock market some early holiday cheer.

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daytonsajokeNov. 13, 13 4:56 PM

and the rich keep getting richer while the rest of us will have less disposable income because of Obamacare.

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theruntNov. 13, 13 6:55 PM

daytonsajoke--Perhaps you were one of those whose insurance policies were cancelled because they did not meet new standards, and you now may have to pay more? Or perhaps where you work, your premiums may go up (as they have, by 10%, year after year)? Or perhaps you have it in your head that the expansion of Medicaid will at some point require more of your money? Or maybe your property taxes have gone up? Just wondering if you could be more specific as to how our current president is leaving you with less disposable income.

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theagonybhoNov. 13, 13 8:23 PM

All i can do is laugh, who cares what Maceys has to say, every report i have seen listed this holiday season to be weak at best. The short shopping season, consumer confidence down, Obamas weak economy and Obamacare premium hikes will have shopper clutching thier purse strings.

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ciamanNov. 13, 13 9:30 PM

It seems we keep hearing the same old news. New Highs!! Consumers are blowing their noses with one hundred dollar bills, yes? Well, this article said something about the Tide? There is only one Tide that is seen around here, and that one is the LOW TIDE! Theagonybho had it right again. When all is said and done, this will be one terrible Holiday (Christmas) season. And when the FED finally cuts the cord of $85 billion going out each and every month, then we will see the carnage that is coming.

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theruntNov. 13, 1310:17 PM

Fox news is most fun of all sources because it's full of scary stuff.

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