NEW YORK, Sept 4- Crude futures fell about 2 percent on Friday as traders paid little heed to a drop in the number of U.S. rigs drilling for oil and focused instead on a supply glut and declining stock prices on Wall Street. "I get the feeling the longs do not want to wait out the three-day weekend," said Tariq Zahir, a trader in crude oil spreads at Tyche Capital Advisors in...» Read More
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U.S. stocks fell as Ukraine weighed on sentiment and pushed investors to take profits in some of the market's biggest trading favorites.
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Gerard Debenedetto, CEO at AZ Investment Management, discusses how to gain exposure to the broader Chinese economy through their equal weight active index.
Michael O'Sullivan, head of portfolio strategy and thematic research at Credit Suisse Private Bank, discusses the U.S. market and explains why he has downgraded his stance on equities to neutral.
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Jonathan Horton, North America President at FTSE, says that competition in the marketplace is strong and that the index provider is looking to do deals that make commercial sense.
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Ron Bundy, CEO of Russell Investments, discusses how Russell intends to rebuild it family of global indexes after the close of trading today.
Riccardo Ronco, technical analyst at Aviate Global, charts the performance of the S&P 500 and explains why it should go through a correction in the next three-to-six months.
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Goldman Sachs' Peter Oppenheimer, explains why he remains bullish on global equities, how European corporates will benefit from global recovery and why he prefers the FTSE to the SMI.
Adam Maciejewski, CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, says they have reached the limits for organic growth and are looking into other options such as mergers and acquisitions.
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