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The Bulls and Bears will be keeping a closer watch on Washington than Wall Street this week.
The stock market moves in big chunks after -- press -- about the nation's budget and its deficit.
Investors want to know if lawmakers will be able to resolve their differences to avoid some 600 billion dollars.
In tax hikes and spending cuts set to take effect in January.
There's widespread concern in the so called fiscal -- what's in the economy spiraling into recession.
Federal Reserve policy makers meet this week but most economists don't expect big changes from the Fed it's expected to keep buying mortgage backed securities to keep interest rates low.
In hopes of -- the housing market and the economy.
And we'll get the latest reading on retail sales for November this Thursday consumer price inflation on Friday.
That's higher tax rates scheduled to take effect -- taken a bite out of Apple's market cap the world and it's viable public company has seen its value sliced by 20% this quarter.
Investors scheduled to see their tax rates double maybe locking in some lofty gains for the stock over the past few years.
There are also some fundamental concerns out there oversupply issues with the latest iPhone and the company losing share to rivals Samsung in tablets.
That's business for more log onto foxbusiness.com.
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