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US long-term mortgage rates dropped to 4.55 pct. average. US stocks end higher after roller coaster trading session. Asian stocks slip, US set for higher open post-Christmas. Test your knowledge of the year's business with this quiz. Another dreadful day: Stocks close sharply lower after Trump again attacks Federal Reserve and its independence. US stocks stage furious late-day rally to close with gains, erasing 600-point drop in Dow Jones Industrial Average. Federal workers are losing earned vacation time because of the shutdown. Stocks surged on Wall Street Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average vaulting more than 1,000 points, its biggest one-day point-gain ever. Stocks plunged Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 653 points following President Trump's tweet attacking the Federal Reserve and. 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DBA/ WESTERN MOTEL, 2250 EL CAMINO REAL, SANTA CLARA, CA 95050 ABE WEIMZIMER, D*C*A*P HICKSVILLE INC, 418 S BROADWAY, FLR: 11, HICKSVILLE, NY 11801 ABEBA HAILU, LIQUOR BOX, 6595 FEDERAL BLVD, UNIT 1, DENVER, CO 80221 ABEER CHOLAGH, NORTH VALLEY, 25950 KNOLLWOOD DR S, FLOOR 1, CHESTERFIELD, MI 48051 ABEL, BRIAN P., ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE, Markets roil, futures slump after Dow's record, one-day gain. Madoff's former secretary seeks early release from prison. Stocks rally in late afternoon, erasing big losses, but Dow, S&P still down for full year. Wall Street's sharp downturn beginning in October has pulled the Nasdaq composite index into what's known as a bear market. Markets Right Now: Stocks surge on Wall Street. Asian stocks mixed as Wall Street slump, partial U.S. government shutdown stem holiday cheer. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped more than 1,000 points _ it's biggest point-gain ever _ as Wall Street notched its best day in 10 years. Stock markets around the world remained under pressure Monday. Dow Jones industrials falls more than 600 points following President Trump's tweet criticizing Fed chairman Powell. Will stocks rise in 2019? Maybe, but it'll be stressful. A decade-long rally on Wall Street looks like it's ending. Exhibit 1 - Allegiance Mailing Svc Lst Name and Address of Served Party 3743 3743 3743 3772 3772 3772 3772 3772 3743 3772 3772 3743 3743 3743 3743 3743 3770 3770 3770 3743 3772 3743 3743 3743 3743 3743 3770 3770 3743 3743 3743 3743 3770 3761 3770 3761 3770 3743 3761 3743 3743 3761 3743 3743 3743 3761 3770 ADVENT COMM INC, ATTN: GENL COUNSEL, 115 LAURA LN, DESTREHAN, LA 70047 ADVENT COMM. 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O. BOX 771764, HOUSTON, TX 77215 AGNES WANG, BENEFIT COVERAGE INC, 133-55 41 RD, FLR Min Balance to Avoid Service Charge - Combined $10000 minimum in combined accounts; OR have a KeyBank mortgage automatic payment deduction of $500 or more each statement cycle; OR have at least $1000 in direct deposits each statement cycle $10,000. Min Balance to Avoid Service Charge - Average OR maintain $50,000 Combined Balance $5,000. MagnifyMoney is a free, independent service providing unbiased comparisons of financial products, therefore if we are compensated then we will let you know on the product page before you leave our website. Visit in your mobile web browser for a link to download the app. Min to Open $0; $1 minimum deposit to open online $0. Insufficient Funds Fee $38 for 5 or more occurrences; $34 for 2nd-4th occurrences; $26 for 1st occurrence $38. Additional Requirements Yes; must have a combined balance of $15,000 in deposits and loans. Yes. 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We'll also keep you updated with our Price Checker newsletter. Third Party ATM Fee $2.50; Waived if combined average monthly balance requirements are met. $2.50. Monthly Service Charge is Avoidable Yes; MSC also waived w/ qualifying direct deposits of $1,000 or a linked Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Yes. Third Party ATM - Free Transactions Per Month when you have Direct Deposit 5. Wings Financial Credit Union - First Class Checking Account (Share Draft). I've covered those sports for 16 years now, the first year or so at Odessa-Montour alone and then at O-M and Watkins Glen. I tried Trumansburg and Bradford coverage for a while, but deemed it too much work for very little reward. I don't think the TEENs at those schools ever warmed to. Within Schuyler, I have smaller focuses, sometimes driven by common sense; sometimes by the buzz a particular event or anticipated event might be creating. That covers government in general, and law enforcement, and firefighting, and so on. And then there is the matter of high school sports, which has been a focus of mine on these pages from the beginning. Allan reminded me, in a way, of another man I had met through collecting: John Selsam, a Pennsylvania-based retiree who was connected to the Little League Museum in Williamsport in the '80s. He too was a dealer; we met at a show where my table was next to his, and before long made a habit of an annual sojourn together to Cooperstown, NY, the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame and, each year, the host of a Hall of Fame induction ceremony. I was born into this world on Oct. 10, 1948, while the Indians were busy winning a World Series. I was baptized before I was 2, on June 18, 1950 at the Congregational Church of Manhasset, New York, on Long Island. My family had moved there shortly after my birth in Auburn, New York. We moved from Manhasset to Birmingham, Michigan, when I was 4 years old. As old as I have become, I still am somehow linked to my TEENhood; I'm still the little boy and then the young man wide-eyed with wonder at the possibilities offered by life; perhaps we all are. I have on my library shelves, too, a couple of other books from that era that meant the world to me: Henry Reed, Inc., which I recently reread, and The TEEN Who Batted 1.000. I need my touchstones as I head into my "golden" years. Then Carol died a few years later. Allan informed me by letter not long afterward, and urged me to be careful with my health. His visits after that were in the company of another baseball card junkie, until Allan remarried, this time to a woman he had dated back in high school. I met her but once, when she dropped him off for our annual trading competition. While leaving the Island is difficult each year, returning to Schuyler County and its various lakes is not difficult at all. I have the best of both worlds. Dad told me once that he thought maybe I loved baseball so much because I was born in the middle of its showcase event. I settled in New York -- up in Watertown, where my first wife hailed from -- upon graduation from Albion College in Michigan. The Gaylord cabin was my go-to hideway for several years, until it too was sold and my parents relocated in retirement to Florida. My second wife, Susan Bauman, was from Watkins Glen -- or specifically from Coydendall Road off of Route 414 above Watkins and Montour Falls. Her mother ran a gift shop in Odessa; her father was a prison guard and later a bullet manufacturer. We moved down here in the late 1970s to be close to her family. So much for my sporting life. I live a more internal life than a competitive one now. I've always loved to read, and I long struggled to write in more than a superficial manner. I was inspired early by authors such as Mark Twain and Harper Lee, and later by Kurt Vonnegut and John Fowles. More recently, I have loved a well-written mystery-adventure by Michael Connelly, Lee TEEN or John Grisham. And on the shelves in my little reading room sits a collection of sports-related books: essays, biographies, and autobiograhies, such as Veeck: As in Wreck, by Bill Veeck, former owner of the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox. His book was a prized possession in my TEENhood -- a present on my birthday or at Christmas that I somehow lost. But I have secured a copy for my library. For those uninitiated, cards long ago -- in the 1980s -- evolved into something with value, if you had the right ones in exceptional condition. When I was a TEEN, we didn't give much thought to card condition; would flip them for distance, the longest heave winning the other guy's card. There are certain touchstones of TEENhood that never quite fade away. Baseball cards were chief among them for me and many others. And so, in the '80s, the whole idea of collecting was resurrected, and as cards gained in value -- thanks to the advent of price guides -- the card-printing industry boomed. Senate meets on opening day of 116th Congress. Then I moved, and lost touch with all active sports -- until I had passed 50 and was visiting a friend in Florida, on Sanibel Island. He talked me into playing a night softball game on a beautiful field, and my first time at bat I took a mighty swing and sent the ball to the base of the wall in right center. Trouble was, I hadn't really run in a long time, and almost fell moving down the first-base line. My legs weren't keeping up with the upper part of my body. I somehow made it to third base, but decided that night that my playing days were best left behind. From there we moved to nearby Bloomfield Hills about five years later, to a house my parents had custom built: their dream home. My Dad had a good job selling shoes for the U.S. Shoe Corporation to retail outlets around the state. It provided a comfortable upbringing. I lived there until I graduated high school in 1966; my folks sold the house soon thereafter, building instead a cabin getaway in northern Michigan, outside Gaylord. I was told my dad was listening to the game that day. I came into the world at about 1:30 p.m., and the Series was always played in daylight back then, so maybe he was. I played Babe Ruth ball, too -- though not always well (see. Enter Allan Armit somewhere in there -- I'd say in the mid '90s. And then came his annual visits, and our friendly cutthroat competition as we traded our cardboard treasures. 2019 ABC News Internet Ventures. All rights reserved. I was born a long time ago, near the end of the first half of the 20th century: 1948. I was born during the World Series that year between the Cleveland Indians and Boston Braves -- a showdown won by the Indians in six games. Game 5 was played the day I was born, with Warren Spahn on the mound against Cleveland's Bob Feller. Two future Hall of Famers going at it. Spahn won, 11-5, in a game featuring an appearance by the Indians' Satchell Paige -- the first by a black pitcher in a World Series. He never really recovered, though -- never visited here again. He kept trading cards with me through the mail, but about a year ago that stopped, and I didn't hear from him agai My internal-looking tendencies have translated well, I think, to this website. I use it for musings such as this, but more importantly to create a reflection for us all of the world we inhabit: the remarkable landscape known as Schuyler County. That is my general focus; what goes on beyond its borders do not mean too much to me, from a professional standpoint. Chances are he had it on the radio the next day, too, back in Mom's room, when I was just figuring out that the warm surroundings I had been enjoying were a thing of the past. That day, Cleveland won the sixth and final Series game, 4-3, after building a 4-1 lead. 

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