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Tuesday's "million" person march in Egypt could keep the heat on oil prices, which have gushed nearly 8 percent in two sessions.
Stocks rebounded on Monday as investors returned to stocks after a sharp sell-off on Friday, but yet kept a cautious eye on events unfolding in Egypt. Alcoa and Exxon rose, while P&G fell.
A few thoughts on the markets today...
Stocks added to gains in the final minutes of Monday's session as investors came back to stocks after a sharp sell-off on Friday, but yet kept an eye on events unfolding in Egypt. Alcoa rose, while P&G fell.
Here are six ETFs to watch this week, from TheStreet.
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Financial markets may have taken a pause Monday after the violent swings of Friday, but it was only to let investors position themselves for a Middle East crisis that's unlikely to go away soon.
After a delay this morning, the Egyptian ETF—the Market Vectors Egypt Index opened up 5 percent. While this is a good sign, traders should approach the interpretation of this trading with great caution.
Stocks gained Monday as investors digested strong earnings and economic news, but remained queasy about the events unfolding in Egypt. Alcoa and Travelers rose, while Intel fell.
Genzyme and Sanofi-Aventis have reached a so called “agreement in principle” for a deal in which Sanofi will acquire Genzyme.
Gold prices slipped on Monday after posting its largest gain in eight weeks last Friday amid protests in Egypt. Michael Dudas, precious metals and mining analyst at Jefferies said he expects the precious metal to stay in a trading range with an upward bias.
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Much quieter day than Friday, lighter volume, VIX still elevated but not higher than Friday.
As the seventh day of protests continue in Egypt, business is at a standstill, tourists and foreign students are abandoning the country and Cairo is at the mercy of vigilantes, CNBC reports.
S&P futures have been steadily rising through most of last night and are now in positive territory. Mubarek is clearly on the outs, there is plenty of uncertainty about successors, but there is now some hope of an orderly transition...and for the moment less chance of instability spreading. Absent news, sideways is the likely course...but it could all change quickly without rapid progress.
Wall Street looked to a higher open Monday as traders shook off fears about unrest in Egypt and pushed futures higher on the strength of ExxonMobil earnings.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Monday's Squawk on the Street.
An overwhelming majority of business and financial leaders from around the world think there is a chance that one or more eurozone countries will leave monetary union over the next three years, reports the Financial Times.
Egypt's leadership uncertainty is bringing another major economic story — global food inflation — to the fore as a key geopolitical event.