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  • NEW YORK, Sept 19- World stock indexes edged higher and the U.S. dollar weakened on Monday on expectations the U.S. In Japan, policymakers could well go in the opposite direction by easing policy, though conflicting reports on what the central bank might do have stoked uncertainty. "The market is resigned to believing that not going to raise rates this week," said...

  • *Sarepta soars after FDA approves muscle drug. Sept 19- Wall Street edged higher on Monday, with gains in big bank stocks offsetting a drag from Apple shares, as investors braced for the outcome of the Federal Reserve meeting later this week. The Fed is expected to leave interest rates unchanged at the two-day meeting, but investors will assess Chair Janet Yellen's...

  • The ‘high-probability’ way to play Apple’s next move

    Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com sees a big opportunity to make money on Apple's next move.

  • *Wall Street led higher by financial stocks. NEW YORK, Sept 19- World stock indexes climbed and the U.S. dollar weakened on Monday on expectations the U.S. In Japan, policymakers could well go in the opposite direction by easing policy, though conflicting reports on what the central bank might do have stoked uncertainty.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 19- The Bank of Japan may steal the thunder from the U.S. "The BOJ is important in part because the Japanese have been buying anything abroad that gives them yields," said David Keeble, global head of interest rates strategy at Credit Agricole Corporate& Investment Bank in New York. Last week, the yield on 10- year Japanese government debt rose close to...

  • *Wall Street up in early trading. NEW YORK, Sept 19- The U.S. dollar weakened and world stock indexes rose on Monday as investors expected the U.S. In Japan, policymakers could well go in the opposite direction by easing policy, though conflicting reports on what it might do have stoked uncertainty.

  • Sept 19- U.S. stocks were higher on Monday as oil prices bounced back from multi-week lows and investors expected the Federal Reserve to leave interest rates unchanged at its meeting this week. Oil prices rose about 1 percent after Venezuela said OPEC and non- OPEC producers were close to a deal to stabilize an oversupplied market. Fed Chair Janet Yellen is...

  • Sept 19- Wall Street looked set to open higher on Monday as oil prices bounced back from multi-week lows and investors expected the Federal Reserve to hold steady on interest rates at its meeting this week. Oil prices rose about 1.3 percent after Venezuela said OPEC and non- OPEC producers were close to a deal to stabilize an oversupplied market.

  • *Wall Street set to open higher. Crude prices rose more than 1 percent, with U.S. futures bouncing off Friday's one-month low to $43.63 and Brent climbing from a two-week trough to $46.30 after Venezuela said producers could announce a deal this month. Wall Street was set to open up around 0.5 percent.

  • LONDON, Sept 19- Oil prices bounced back from multi-week lows on Monday, hauling up European stock markets and commodity-linked currencies, on hints that producers were close to reaching an output deal. Crude prices rose more than 1 percent, with U.S. futures bouncing off Friday's one-month low to $43.65 and Brent climbing from a two-week trough to $46.27 after...

  • *Asia shares ex- Japan up 1.2 pct, Europe to open higher. Oil rebounds on talk of OPEC deal, Libyan fighting. Federal Reserve would skip a chance to raise rates this week, while oil bounced on talk of an OPEC deal on output and reports of fighting around Libyan oil ports.

  • *Asia shares ex- Japan up 0.8 pct, Tokyo on holiday. *Oil rebounds on talk of OPEC deal, Libyan fighting. SYDNEY, Sept 19- Asian shares advanced on Monday ahead of central bank meetings in the United States and Japan this week, while oil prices bounced on talk of an OPEC deal on output and reports of fighting around Libyan oil ports.

  • *Asia shares ex- Japan barely changed, Tokyo on holiday. *Oil rebounds on talk of OPEC deal, Libyan fighting. SYDNEY, Sept 19- Caution gripped Asian shares on Monday ahead of central bank meetings in the United States and Japan this week, while oil prices bounced on talk of an OPEC deal on output and reports of fighting around Libyan oil ports.

  • *Wall Street weighed down by bank, energy stocks. NEW YORK, Sept 16- The possibility of a $14 billion fine for Deutsche Bank and a slide in oil prices hit financials and energy stocks on Friday, leading major global stock indexes lower. Stocks fell as investors dumped shares of banks in North America and Europe after the U.S. Department of Justice proposed Deutsche...

  • Provocative paper says macroeconomics is in trouble

    Is the business cycle real – and if not, should we rethink some of our investment decisions? Nicholas Colas of Convergex and Chad Morganlander of Stifel Nicolaus discuss with Brian Sullivan.

  • Correction coming this year? Traders weigh in

    What’s the chance of a 10 percent market drop? Nicholas Colas of Convergex and Chad Morganlander of Stifel Nicolaus handicap the odds with Brian Sullivan.

  • *Deutsche Bank, Goldman, JPMorgan shares close lower. Sept 16- U.S. stocks fell on Friday as the possibility of a $14 billion fine against Deutsche Bank weighed on big banks and investors wrestled with lingering uncertainty about when the U.S. The settlement proposal, made during negotiations between the U.S. Department of Justice and Deutsche Bank over claims...

  • Tom Lee: 90% chance of a year end rally

    Tom Lee of Fundstrat Advisors says there’s a high chance that the S&P 500 moves higher before the year is out. He discusses with Brian Sullivan.

  • *Deutsche fine risk weighs on bank stocks. Sept 16- U.S. stocks fell on Friday as the possibility of a $14 billion fine against Deutsche Bank weighed on big banks and investors wrestled with lingering uncertainty about when the U.S. The settlement proposal, made during negotiations between the U.S. Department of Justice and Deutsche Bank over claims that the...

  • How one trader plans on tripling his money by betting against gold

    Gold is poised to take a serious hit in the weeks ahead according to technically minded trader Todd Gordon, and he has a way to profit from the expected next move.