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How much market risk are you willing to take?
Will the market actually cheer tapering?
Lululemon shares plunge on poor outlook
World's 10 hottest housing markets
Spain's protest - and secession - movements gain steam
Facebook to be added to S&P 500
New: CNNMoney's Hot Stocks
RBS fined $100 million over payments to Iran