U.S.: Why Oct. 28 Is Marked On Wall Street's Calendar

The GDP data may show growth too hot for the Fed's liking

You can't blame Wall Street for being a little nervous these days. The markets are beset by new worries about inflation and interest rates, all fueled by an overly rambunctious economy. Now for the bad news: It's not going to get better anytime soon.

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