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    The Fed's QE sleight of hand: Please ignore that $4.5T balance sheet

    Breakfast with Benjamin - The Federal Reserve's QE sleight of hand, cheap oil's winners and losers, Schwab bringing advisers premium Morningstar access, and more.

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    The Fed struts its market-timing skills to inject a sense of calm

    Breakfast with Benjamin: The Fed tries to inject a sense of calm in the market, Mohamed El-Erian passes on Pimco, all economists get it wrong, a global currency war is unfolding before our eyes, and more.

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    Fattened by the Federal Reserve, the markets want more

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Fresh talk of extending QE is a sign that the markets just want more. Plus, gold shines bright among the carnage, learning to love leverage, and more.

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    Market strategists unbowed

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Wall Street observers' resolve likely to be tested today, plus what could lift stocks out of their funk, solid earnings from Goldman Sachs and Janet Yellen's puzzle.

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    Bond market convinced Fed inflation goal elusive this decade

    That may make it harder for Fed officials to raise interest rates from close to zero as global growth weakens; deflation a bigger concern.

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    When in doubt, follow the bond market's lead

    Breakfast with Benjamin: When in doubt, follow bonds' lead. Plus: Consumer spending to the rescue, Johnson replaces Johnson at Fidelity, and more.

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    Earnings season shapes up as the next test for the markets

    Monday's Breakfast with Benjamin menu: How will the market handle 3Q earnings? Plus: Bracing for an oil-price war, trouble beneath the surface of lower gas prices, a rare hawkish nod from the Fed, and advisers get high marks from clients.

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    Market chop puts alternative strategies front and center

    Friday's Breakfast with Benjamin menu: The market's jolt puts liquid alt strategies in the spotlight. Plus: Minding the next threshold for stocks, reminding clients to buy on the dip, Fed missed the mark on inflation, and don't forget to worry about China.

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    Markets are poised to ride the Fed doves even higher today

    For Breakfast with Benjamin today: Stock climb to continue. Plus: Loving and hating the strong dollar, China sets up for a currency fight, more spooky details in the JPMorgan hack attack, Pimco's slippery marketing gambit, short-sellers bet on the rally, and drones shape up as niche investment ...

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    Equity markets buckle up for FOMC minutes, Alcoa earnings

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Equity investors brace for insight from Janet Yellen and the Fed today. Plus: ETFs chase the freed-up Pimco assets, breaking down the bond market fears, Morgan Stanley says the auto industry's days are numbered, and Warren Buffett makes another safe bet.

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    The secret Goldman Sachs tapes

    How one brave federal regulator got the goods on the New York Fed's hands-off policy toward Goldman.

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    Yellen to the markets: Don't say you weren't warned

    Midweek Breakfast with Benjamin: Yellen warned us. Plus: SEC probes Pimco ETF over asset pricing, America's 401(k)s are failing investors, and how Obama's attack on corporate inversions flunks basic math.

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    Market risk is ignored by invincible investors

    Breakfast with Benjamin: A real risk thanks to the bull market: investors' sense of invincibility, plus El-Erian dishes on Pimco, second-guessing Calpers, and more.

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    Equity markets poised for day two of Fed's no-news rally

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Equity markets are poised for day two of a rally thanks to the Fed's lack of news, plus gold takes a hit, and how independence could affect Scottish stocks.

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    Fed decides to hold tight on rates, and advisers react

    The Federal Reserve decides to hold tight on interest rates, and advisers are reacting accordingly.