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Best day of 2012 for Dow industrials and S&P 500 … U.S. stocks surged Wednesday, with the Dow industrials and S&P 500 both tallying their best day this year, on increasing optimism that central bankers would move to bolster the … Continue reading
By Eric Parnell The resilience of stocks has been amazing these last several weeks. On four separate occasions since the beginning of August, stocks have made a run at breaking below 1120 on the S&P 500. And each time stocks find the … Continue reading
The U.S. jobs data, released on Friday, showed that the U.S. economy had added no jobs at all in August, a hugely disappointing figure that renewed worries that the economy may be heading for a recession. Wall Street reacted with a … Continue reading
Phase #2 of the Euro-Zone Debt Crisis by Gary Dorsch | may 26, 2010 “A trend in motion, will stay in motion, until some major outside force, knocks it off its course.” For almost fourteen uninterrupted months stock markets around … Continue reading
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc said fourth-quarter profit surged, helped by derivatives bets tied to global stock markets, though operating profit fell 40 percent as the weakened economy weighed on several businesses. Profit rose for a … Continue reading
Markets nosedived on Thursday when Barack Obama set out broad new measures on financial regulation. The most significant of them is banning deposit-taking banks from proprietary trading that is “unrelated to serving customers”. This activity has generated politically incendiary … Continue reading