Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Rebound As Market Still Volatile

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Asian stocks followed US stocks lower on Thursday with losses paired near their closes. The Nikkei 225 was down 0.63% to 8,982. The Hang Seng lost 0.95% to 19,595. European stocks opened higher,

Equities Sector Coverage: Financial Stocks Fall 7 Percent In Market Sell-Off

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded down to 10,604.07 then up to 11,244.01 following the FOMC meeting on Tuesday and stayed within this range on Wednesday between 10,771.55 and 11,228.00.

Financials Recover from Losses

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Investors appeared to pursue contrarian strategies en masse in trading on Tuesday, driving the ailing financial sector higher after Monday’s crushing lows. Banks climbed nearly 8 percent on

Investors Continue to Trash Financials

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 After a mixed day in trading, investors appeared to regain some confidence in the broader market. Financials; however, were excluded from this, led lower by Bank of America (BAC). For the week,

Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Pare Losses To Break Losing Streak

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We had mixed data on the labor market Wednesday morning as Challenger, Grey & Christmas reported that planned layoffs rose to 66,414, a sixteen month high in July, while ADP reported that the

Moody's Declines on Debt Worries

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The continued anxiety surrounding the U.S. deficit led financial stocks lower today, with insurance company Ace Ltd. (ACE) emerging as one of the only gainers on the financial S&P 500.

Equities Sector Coverage: Financials and Energy Lead Gainers

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Initial Jobless Claims were reported at 418,000, above 400,000 for the fifteenth consecutive weeks. The Philadelphia Fed Index rose to 3.2 in July versus -7.7 in June. Leading Indicators rose by

Bank of America Boosts Financials

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Bank of America (BAC) agreed to reserve $14 billion as a means of paying out investors who purchased mortgage backed securities. The settlement consisted of $8.5 billion set aside for the initial

3 Bank Stocks Regaining Their Appeal

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Between anxiety over the impact of new government regulations, a double dip in the housing market and a general distate for big banks, it’s no surpise that financial goliaths are experiencing a

World Economic Forum at Davos 2019 - Ben Yablon Executive VP Salt Lending

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