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The broad market sell-off that has taken place over the last few weeks as a result of uncertainty over the Russia-Ukraine conflict and a major sell-off in biotech and Technology was reversed on April 15, with the major indices all reporting modest gains. The markets took a brief, sharp nosedive…
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U.S. labor emerged from its weather-induced slump by adding 192,000 jobs. And participation rose, reflecting increased engagement by previously displaced workers. But there’s room for improvement. In this segment, Standard & Poor’s U.S. Economist Satyam Panday provides a big picture look at the market. LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed('limelight_player_897955');
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Stocks declined again Friday on choppy action. After opening down and appearing to continue the rapid declines of yesterday, the major indices bounced back in morning trading, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq briefly swinging to gain between 11 am ET and 11:30 am ET. However, the morning’s uncertainty gave…
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Just two days after the S&P 500 hit an all-time high, big sell-offs in biotech and tech took the market to its news, with the Nasdaq recording its worst day since Nov. 2011. The day stood in sharp contrast to earlier in the week, and fueled speculation that a major…
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Stocks rose on Wednesday following the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s most-recent policy meeting. In the meeting, all but one member agreed that it would be “appropriate” to maintain the current near-zero interest rate atmosphere through at least 2015. The minutes, paired with data showing that wholesale businesses…
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SUMMARY:    Stability, but nothing dramatic defined yesterday’s market action. While the rout in Tech stocks Friday and Monday didn’t follow through Tuesday, the selling could pick up again this week.    This is a valuation correction smack in the middle of Q1 earnings report season, so uncertainty and anxiety…
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The S&P once again topped 1,850 and all major indices reported modest to neligible gains on April 8 in anticipation of the earnings report of major aluminum fabricator Alcoa (AA) . Alcoa’s longstanding relationship to the Dow, coupled with their propensity to report early in the quarter, has made Alcoa…
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SUMMARY:    The Bulls have their work cut out for them. In addition to a purge of tech stocks, they must survive the Q1 earnings reports where the slightest disappointment can roil the price of a stock, even if its future is bright.  Then there is Russia, which isn’t going…
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In another rough day of trading for American stocks, all three major indices lost more than a percentage point, with the Nasdaq leading the way with losses that briefly exceeded 1.8 percent. The markets opened even and fell early only to rally back to even about 45 minutes after the…
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SUMMARY:    My  headline Friday  warned against a failure of the market to hold the new highs in the market, which I expected would be posted when the market opened.       My concern was that traders and institutions will use the increased volume generated by a rise to new highs…
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Wall Street lost its grip on new highs established during the previous trading session on Friday, as the major US indices and exchanges stumbled to close out the week on a particularly low note. The rather vicious sell-off took a moment to ramp up as investors initially seemed pleased with…
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SUMMARY:    The long-awaited Employment Situation report came today at 8:30 today.  Nonfarm payrolls rose 192,000 in March, but the question about an acceleration in the U.S. economy remains unanswered.     Pre-market trading responded positively, but  we will get a better feel at day’s end for how much the Street…
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