The bears arrived on Wall Street with fury on Thursday as selling pressures hit virtually every corner of the market, sinking stocks, commodities and even bonds lower across the board. Investors locked in profits following hints from the Fed about scaling back on stimulus, while gridlock in the eurozone further leeched away confidence; the European Central Bank reported it probably wouldn’t take over as the region’s bank supervisor until the end of 2014, further delaying these already long-overdue banking regulations …
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China hasn’t had a good run lately, and judging by recent data it’s not going to get any better. So investors who haven’t yet bailed out of Asia should seriously consider pulling the trigger now, even if they are sitting on losses.
The admittedly apocalyptic Tyler Durden over at Zero Hedge has a great post about liquidity issues in China’s financial system right now…
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Filed under: Market News, Computer Industry, Entertainment Industry, Stocks, InvestingStocks look to rebound, but Oracle is set to tumble. Those and more are what’s in business news Friday.
Investors are worried about rising interest rates now that the Federal Reserve is ready to start draining the punch bowl of the stimulus that has fed the market rally during the past year…
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It is always a painful “learning” experience.
Like many investors, I have made the unfortunate mistake more than once of investing in booming markets at just the wrong time – right before they go into reverse gear.
While timing markets is almost always best avoided and always challenging, sometimes it is pretty clear that the momentum of a market is tapering off…
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By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger: Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Thursday June 20.
5 Window Dressing Stocks Big Money May Buy Next Week: First Solar (FSLR), Advanced MicroDevices (AMD), GameStop (GME), Micron (MU), Actavis (ACT). Other stocks mentioned: Sony (SNE), Microsoft (MSFT), ArcelorMittal (MT), Himax (HIMX)
“It’s the end of the quarter, not the end of the world,” said Cramer…
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June 21 (Bloomberg) — Josh Olson, a technology analyst at
Edward Jones & Co., and Bloomberg senior west coast
correspondent Jon Erlichman, discuss Oracle Corp. earnings, and
the company’s plan to list shares on the New York Stock
Exchange. Olson and Erlichman talk with Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox and
Carol Massar on Bloomberg Radio’s “Taking Stock…
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Grocery stores don't usually provoke thoughts of big gains from investors. And that's for a good reason. The domestic grocery market is relatively mature, with analysts projecting annual sales growth of 1% in the next few years.
But there is one segment of the domestic grocery market that continues to experience explosive growth…
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