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Finally, some volatility. After 15 consecutive days without a S&P 500 closing up or down 0.5% (the longest streak since 1969), volatility came back in a big way with an 1.8% drop on Wednesday. This was only the second 1% drop this year and it was the worst one-day drop since September. (LPL Research)
In the radio world - Pandora is in active talks with SiriusXM about being bought by the satellite radio company. (New York Post)

About-face! IBM a pioneer of remote work, is giving thousands of its work-from-home employees in the U.S. a choice this week: Abandon your off-site workspaces and relocate to a regional office, or leave the company. (WSJ)

Big green, big boy toy maker, Deere saw earnings per share to rise 7.7% to $1.68, with revenue growing 3% to $7.32 billion. Agriculture and turf sales grew 1%, construction and forestry sales climbed 7%. Deere profits and revenues have been in a slump since 2014, which the company has attributed to a weak global agricultural economy. Deere says it is starting to see signs of a rebound in some markets hard hit by low crop prices. (Reuters)

Join us this weekend for Financial Focus Radio when we will talk about –“Has the Trump rally ended?”

With Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management, a Registered Investment Advisor I am Troy Reinhart.

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