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5 Things to Know This Morning
By Investing.com - Oct 01, 2015

1. Wall Street points to gains at open U.S. stock futures pointed to strong gains at the open on Thursday, boosted by a second day of gains in global equities markets. U.S. stock futures pointed to ...

Asia extends global gains, China PMIs taken in stride
By Reuters - Oct 01, 2015

By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose on Thursday, drawing strength from overnight gains in global equities markets following their weakest quarter in four years, while twin ...

5 Things to Know This Morning
By Investing.com - Sep 30, 2015

Investing.com - Here are the top five things you need to know this morning, Wednesday, September 30: 1. Wall Street points to sharply higher open U.S. stock futures pointed to strong gains at the ...

Euro zone inflation slows to -0.1% in September
By Investing.com - Sep 30, 2015

Investing.com - Consumer price inflation in the euro zone declined for the first time in six months in September, adding to speculation that the European Central Bank may scale up its stimulus program...

U.K. second quarter GDP confirmed at 0.7%
By Investing.com - Sep 30, 2015

Investing.com - The U.K. economy grew in line with initial expectations in the second quarter, underlining optimism over the health of the economy and supporting the case for higher interest rates, ...

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Mari Miaz
Mari Miaz Sep 30, 2015 4:46PM GMT
Expecting it back to test 5900 this week. Any thoughts?
James Dumas
James Dumas Sep 25, 2015 4:52AM GMT
Are traders so naive as to allow another fake rally when we ALL know where this goes? US S&P gap at 1868, support for DAX at 9000 . . . let's just get it over with. Who in their right mind would buy anything knowing this? If you think anything else, you just don't understand.. . Let's get it over and be done with it.
Cate  Guao
Cate Guao Sep 16, 2015 11:06AM GMT
Citi Just Made "Global Recession In 2016" Its Base Case Scenario. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-14/citi-just-made-global-recession-2016-its-base-case-scenario
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