MarketWatch – November 28, 2016

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Here’s a look at the markets for November 28,  2016….


The Nikkei slipped 24 points today in trading in Japan.
U.S. markets will re-open after the holiday break in record territory.
On Friday, the Dow added 68 points
The Nasdaq gained 18

If you’re looking to book your next vacation, Cyber Nonday may be the best time to do it. Hotels and resorts are hoping to cash in on what is traditionally the biggest online shopping day of the year. Several chains including marriott and starwood as well as smaller stand alone properties are offering steep cyber sales – some with up to 50 percent off room rates.

A recent study finds 6 out of 10 Americans are saving too conservatively to meet their retirement needs. That’s because they’re focusing too much on avoiding loss – instead of maximizing growth. Surprisingly, the report says younger people are more risk averse than people closer to retirement in their 60s.

And just in time for the holiday season, one Seattle based business is putting a twist on a classic holiday treat. Archie McPhee has created a line of unique candy canes with flavors like bacon, pickle….even wasabi. A box of 6 goes for $7.
 

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