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Bring your M&A Game

Michael Van Dulken | Equities.com |

Last month saw the announcement of one the biggest UK M&A (mergers and acquisitions) deals in a while, with Royal Dutch Shell ($RDS.A) set to gobble


Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Sink As Central Bank Excitement Wears Off

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

The NY Fed Empire State Survey declined to a weaker than expected reading of -10.41 in September.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded down to 13,526.83 going into the final half hour of


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Slides Lower on Growing Concerns

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined to a day’s low at 12,583.41 then cut the day’s loss by more than a half. The NASDAQ declined to 2852.88 then rebounded to a day’s high at 2898.05,


Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Fade Late, But Still Edge Higher

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

Initial Jobless Claims came in at 367,000 still above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. Import Prices fell 0.5% and our Trade Deficit rose to $51.8 billion. The Dow Jones Industrial Average


Yahoo, Facebook, Google Patent Wars to Alter Tech Industry

Joel Anderson | Equities.com |

Shares in software company Vringo (VRNG) had jumped an eye-popping 105 percent over the last two days. The story, in and of itself, wouldn't normally capture a tremendous deal of attention. Even


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Edges Higher to End Rough Week

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

New Home Sales for February fell 1.6% to an annual rate of 313,000. The inventory of new homes remains at a record low of 150,000 units. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded down to a morning


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Falls As Investors on Edge

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded down to 12,311.79 at Friday’s low then consolidated to above 12,400 into the final hour of trading. The NASDAQ traded down from 2712.93 to 2689.58 then



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