President-Elect Donald Trump vowed during his campaign to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Then after winning, Trump said he just wanted to “modify” it. Now, Trump has nominated a staunch Obamacare critic to be Secretary of Health and Human Services, most likely signaling the end of the Affordable Care Act. But what can we expect to take its place?
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U.S. HOUSING PRICES EXCEED HOUSING-BOOM LEVELS
Home prices nationally reached a new high, surpassing the previous best set during the housing boom. The average home price in September rose 0.1 percent above the July 2006 peak, according to the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index released Tuesday. However, adjusted for inflation, the index remains about 16 percent below peak.
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FACEBOOK MESSENGER LAUNCHES INSTANT GAMES
Facebook hopes some friendly competition will get you to spend even more time in Messenger. You compete asynchronously via high scores instead of directly at the same time, so it’s convenient to try your luck any time. And eventually, Instant Games could earn Facebook ad dollars from developers promoting their games, or a cut of payments, though there are no in-game purchases allowed yet.
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– Tuesday, November 29th
Healthcare Leads the Way as Markets Close Slightly Up
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