On Friday's edition of The Motley Fool's everything-financials show, Where the Money Is, analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss today's top headlines, play a round of "Investing Chicken," and search Twitter for some hidden insights.
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Editor's note: In the above video, in regards to Zions, David said "billion" instead of "million."
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