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BC-APFN-YE--Business News Advisory

December 19, 2018

BUSINESS EDITORS:

Calling your attention to year-end business-related stories we are planning. This advisory will be updated and supplemented as needed.

For questions, please contact Deputy Markets Editor Seth Sutel at ssutel@ap.org or Markets Editor Paul Harloff at pharloff@ap.org.

The AP

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YE--FINANCIAL MARKETS-2019 OUTLOOK

Get used to the tumult. This past year has been one of the shakiest since the bull market began almost a decade ago, and most of Wall Street expects the volatility to continue in 2019. They think stocks can still eke out gains, as corporate profits continue to rise, but not in a calm manner. UPCOMING: 900 words, photos by 2 p.m. Dec. 23. By Stan Choe.

YE--YOUR FINANCES-Q&A

What to expect for personal finance matters in 2019. By Sarah Skidmore Sell. UPCOMING: 900 words at 7 a.m. Dec. 26, photos. Eds: This story will stand for the weekly On the Money personal finance column.

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YE--MARKETS-THE YEAR IN 10 CHARTS

Markets got the year off to a strong start and notched record highs into the early fall. Then everything went south. A look back at a tumultuous year in 10 charts. UPCOMING: 700 words, charts on Dec. 27. Will be updated Dec. 31 with final closing figures for 2018. By The AP Markets Team. This story stands for the weekly Off the Charts column.

YE--HOUSING MARKET OUTLOOK

Economists expect the U.S. housing market slowdown that began this year to worsen in 2019, with rising mortgage rates and prices squeezing out many would-be homebuyers, especially those looking to transition from renting to homeownership. By Alex Veiga. UPCOMING: 800 words, photos on Dec. 28.

YE--BUSINESS NEWS QUIZ. Test your knowledge of notable events in the business world in 2018. UPCOMING: 500 words on Dec. 27.

YE--MUTUAL FUNDS-YEAR IN REVIEW. A recap of how mutual funds did in 2018. By Stan Choe. UPCOMING: 800 words on Jan. 3.

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