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For the week ending Friday, August 1, 2008, the markets finished relatively flat after a turbulent week that saw 4 straight days of triple-digit moves on the Dow. An early rally was dampened by weak economic data including weaker-than-expected GDP numbers and a rise in the unemployment rate.
Bruce Levis, managing director at McQueen, Ball & Associates, says that the market has yet to hit bottom, but offered a few sector selections that could benefit investors.
European earnings were mixed Thursday, with telecoms reporting results in line or above forecasts, while energy companies and financials posted profit declines or figures below market expectations.
Oil inventory data could be as much a factor for stocks as energy markets Wednesday, if the seesaw trade between the two markets continues.
Federated Investors' Dean Kartsonas said his third-quarter investment strategy will focus on companies that offer value in a tough economy.
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It was a week of dramatic, even historic developments, sending the market hundreds of points in both directions, posing difficult calls for any trader, much less an average investor.
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Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of JC Penney (JCP) and Sony (SNE) popped while Unilever (UN) and Aetna (AET) dropped.
Cisco's downbeat earnings comments could make a dent in stocks Thursday morning. Ahead of the opening bell, investors will also be watching rate meetings by the European Central Bank and the Bank of England.
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US stocks closed an uneasy session lower as investors, uncertain if the worst of the credit crisis is over, refrained from extending Tuesday's huge advance.
Spice maker McCormick said Wednesday it agreed to buy the Lawry's business from Unilever Group for $605 million in cash, in order to add wet marinades to its portfolio of dry spices.
Consumer goods giant Unilever reported a 4.5 percent rise in third-quarter underlying sales on Thursday, and said it was confident of meeting its sales and profit margin targets for 2007.
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Household products makers like Procter & Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive and Unilever are expected to post double-digit quarterly earnings increases next week, but soaring oil prices could imperil future growth.
Nestle said it would plough profits into a $21 billion share buyback program and shun major acquisitions as pricing power helped it outmuscle soaring input prices to post a forecast-beating earnings rise.
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