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Kate Gibson

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Markets reporter for MarketWatch, based in New York

Kate Gibson on KCRW

There was some good news about US consumer confidence today, but it didn’t matter to Wall Street, which was focused on other issues.

Stocks Dive on Worries about European Banks, Korean Political Tensions

There was some good news about US consumer confidence today, but it didn’t matter to Wall Street, which was focused on other issues.

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