Gold Drops to $1,200/oz for First Time Since June in New York
Fed Tapering, U.S. Budget, Syria, DJIA: Week Sept. 14-21
The U.S. Federal Open Market Committee probably will decide in the coming week to begin tapering its $85 billion of monthly bond purchases as the world’s largest economy maintains its expansion, according to a Bloomberg survey.
U.S. Congress may vote on a stopgap funding bill to keep the government functioning through Dec. 15 as House Republican leaders move to avert a possible shutdown by satisfying demands of some party factions.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Visa Inc. and Nike Inc. will be added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average. German politicians end their last day of campaigning before the general election.
Europe’s Champions League club soccer tournament will kick off, with Bayern Munich favored by bookmakers to keep its title.
MONDAY, Sept. 16
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