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Flying home to New Jersey from Chicago after the first two days at his new job, Sergey Aleynikov was prepared for the usual inconveniences: a bumpy ride, a late arrival. He was not expecting Special Agent Michael G. McSwain of the F.B.I.
Thursday's market activity was headlined by bad news, but rose despite a jump in jobless claims, a dip in retail sales and a new report showing a 7% increase in foreclosures.
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Resilience may be the name of the game Wednesday with the Dow and S&P slipping only modestly despite a long list of catalysts that could have sent the market much lower.
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What a bad way to end a terrific quarter. Both the Dow and S&P 500 finished in negative territory despite concluding the best quarter in a decade!
Stocks declined Friday as investors shrugged off a surge in consumer sentiment, instead focusing on the fact that consumers are squirrel away their money at a feverish pace. But techs gained after encouraging earnings from Palm.
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Stocks had their best day in weeks Thursday after solid demand for another Treasury auction and encouraging earnings reports from retailer Bed, Bath & Beyond and homebuilder Lennar.
Stocks rebounded Thursday as an unexpected profit from Bed, Bath & Beyond buoyed consumer stocks — and hopes for an economic recovery.
Stocks rebounded Thursday after a lower open as weekly jobless claims came in higher than expected.
Futures indicated a slightly negative open for Wall Street Thursday after the Federal Reserve cautioned that the U.S. economy would remain weak for a time, adding concerns about the sustainability of a recent recovery.
The Dow fell for the fourth day after the Federal Reserve reiterated concerns about the economic outlook at the end of its policy meeting.
In the final minutes of trade stocks inched higher putting the Dow in positive territory for the year for the first time since early January. However there may be more than meets the eye.
It seems the major catalyst of the summer is oil with energy stocks holding up an otherwise sluggish stock market. How should you be positioned?
Charles Bath of Diamond Hill Investment Group and Glenn Fogle of American Century Investment told investors their best investment strategies.
With trillions still sitting on the sidelines is there a real resiliency in stocks? Or are gains being driven by irrational exuberance?
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