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Microsoft has been on a tear since mid-April, and option activity was heavy to the bullish side going into yesterday's holiday.
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Global equities are likely to gain another 7 percent by year-end, according to HSBC.
Shares of South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung fell almost 4 percent on Friday as the company's second quarter earnings estimate did not meet analysts' expectations.
The market is hungry and the USD is moving. Paul Mackel, Head of Asia Currency Research at HSBC, breaks down his forecast for the foreign exchange winners and losers.
Insurance stocks have a had a solid run, but the delay of employer mandate in the health-care reform law shouldn't derail that for now.
In a prescient piece of research just hours before the ECB said it would keep rates low for an extended period of time, Goldman Sachs said the ECB could launch fresh monetary easing measures within months.
The euro fell to a five week low against the dollar as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said key rates would remain at present or lower levels for an "extended period of time."
Concerns that a political crisis in Egypt could disrupt oil supplies from the Middle East could boost crude a further $4 to $5 a barrel if violence continues, analysts say.
Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins has denied any conflict between his bank and its regulators, even as the U.K. banking giant tries to fend off pressure to meet stricter capital requirements.
Yahoo is still on a spending spree, picking up three apps in as many days: one for creating videos on Apple's iPhone, another to manage contacts and a third for fantasy sports.