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• Retail sales in September matched economists' estimates, even as the partial government shutdown loomed over the month. For the full Bloomberg report, click here.
• The Federal Reserve meets today to talk about monetary policy, and chances are, they're going to keep their "taper" plans on hold. For a preview from the USAToday, click here.
• Take the stress out of retirement planning! In today's Cincinnati Enquirer, we reveal our first 5 "rules of the road" for a successful retirement.
• P&G slightly beats analysts' revenue projections for the 3rd quarter. For the full Cincinnati Enquirer report, click here.
• First-time jobless claims fell last week, but California's computer issues continued to plauge the system. For the full Reuters report, click here.
• Do you feel like you'll never retire? You're not alone. The USAToday has the latest results of a Wells Fargo study that paints a bleak picutre of the future.
• If you're an early tax filer, you might have to wait a few extra days before you can file in 2014. Reuters reports on why the start date has been moved backed.
• Wondering where the Reds stack up against other Major League Baseball teams in terms of franchise value? Check out Bloomberg's team-by-team breakdown.
• After being delayed due to the government shutdown, the September jobs report came out today - and it missed expectations. Click here for the Bloomberg report.
• As the debt ceiling deadline draws nearer, lawmakers in the Senate are closer to agreeing on a proposal to extended the ceiling. However, it's still unknown whether the measure will pass the Republican-controlled House. For the very latest from Bloomberg, click here.
• Credit agency Fitch Ratings warns the U.S. that our credit rating could potentially be downgraded. Click here to read the USAToday report.