Equities Roundup: Wall Street On Track for a Fourth Quarter Rally

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Stocks are surging higher today as European leaders said they would announce a comprehensive plan to shore up capital defenses for the current financial crisis by the start of November. German

European Promise, Earnings Season Lead to Resurgent Optimism

Scott Redler | |

A promise from France and Germany to recapitalize Europe's banks continues to drive the bullish action, as futures are 12-15 handles higher this morning. Over the weekend leaders of the Europe's

Equities Sector Coverage: Europe's Pervasive Cloud of Uncertainty Looms on Wall Street

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The Labor Department reported that the Unemployment Rate remained at 9.1% in September. Meanwhile the economy added 103,000 jobs, which was better than expected, but below levels of enough job

Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Hit New Lows To Start Q4

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Construction Spending increased by 1.4% in August and the National Manufacturing ISM reading was 51.6 in September. Tomorrow we get Factory Orders and listen to Fed Chief Ben Bernanke testify

Approaching Consolidation Crossroads - Up or Down?

George Brooks | |

Brooksie's Daily Stock Market blog - an edge before the openThursday, September 29, 2011    9:15 am EDTDJIA: 11,19069     S&P 500: 1175.38What a great market for institutions with a

Equities Sector Coverage: Greece Solvency Worries Wall Street

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The National Association of Home Builders reported that their Housing Market Index dipped to 14 from 15 in September, as the housing depression continues. Tomorrow we get Housing Starts for August

Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Extend Streak With Modest Gains

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Michigan Consumer Sentiment came in at a weak reading of 57.8 in September. Next week we get housing data including Housing Starts and Existing Home Sales and that two-day FOMC meeting. On

Equities Sector Coverage: Friday Jobs Data Unnerves Market Investors

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Initial Jobless Claims came in at 409,000 well above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. Nonfarm productivity declined 0.7% in the second quarter, the steepest decline since Q4 2008. Unit labor

Commerce Report and Goldman Sachs Bolster Metals

Brittney Barrett | |

Industrials and materials had been failing to take off while other sectors recovered over the past four days. That changed during Wednesday trading after the commerce department reported a rise in Sector Coverage: Stocks Fall Lower Ahead of Fed Speech

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Initial Jobless Claims rose to 417,000 in the latest week well above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded up at the open to 11,406.39 on the news that Warren


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