The first few trading days this week will be quiet because of Rosh Hashanah, but there's still plenty going on. Oil prices continue to shoot up from fighting in the Middle East and Morgan Stanley has trumpeted health care stocks.
Last week, the markets reacted strongly to the Federal Reserve's announcement of a third round of quantitative easing. This week Marek explains what that means and if it's worth anything. Plus, oil prices continue to shoot up with the fighting in the Middle East, and Morgan Stanley trumpets health care stocks, which are usually stable and recession proof.
However, the first few days of this week will probably be pretty quiet because of Rosh Hashanah, with trading expecting to pick back up on Wednesday.
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Marek Fuchs was a stockbroker for Shearson Lehman Brothers before becoming a journalist who wrote The New York Times' "County Lines" column for six years. Marek speaks regularly on business and journalism issues at venues ranging from annual meetings of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers to PBS to National Public Radio. His last book, A Cold-Blooded Business, was called "riveting" by Kirkus Reviews and next book, Local Heroes: Portraits of American Volunteer Firefighters is due out in 2012. He is on the writing faculty at Sarah Lawrence College. When Marek is not writing, teaching or filming videos, he serves as a volunteer firefighter.