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Investors Took A Tentative Position
 - Apr 15, 2014

Yesterday, during the day, the news background and moods in the trading environment considerably improved, which helped indices return to the green zone. The American stock indices finished the ...

US Markets Undergoing Correction?
 - Apr 09, 2014

On Monday, the US stock market had another losing trading session, and closed with a substantial fall in the major indices. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 1,02% to the level of 16245,87 ...

Markets Down On Disappointing Data
 - Apr 07, 2014

The last trading week was filled with important economic events and publications of macroeconomic statistical data, which influenced the situation in the stock and currency markets.European stock ...

4 Changes InfluencingThis Week's Market
 - Apr 07, 2014

There are four changes to the broad investment climate. 1. The ECB has stepped up its threat of unconventional action and may have purchased a two month grace period.2. Confidence in the US economic ...

Wheat Crashes As Rain Eases Supply
 - Apr 04, 2014

Currencies The EUR/USD slid lower finding new support at 1.37535 against the US dollar (USD). The pair may be tested this afternoon as the ECB will announce its interest rate followed by the ECB press...

Outcome Of The ECB Meeting Will Have Investors' Attention
 - Apr 04, 2014

Stock markets again pleased the participants of the markets and closed one more trading day with an increase. According to the published figures from the ADP, employment in the United States during ...

FTSE Exhibiting Continued Weakness After Sharp Decline
 - Mar 25, 2014

The FTSE 100 (daily chart) has continued to show substantial weakness after making a marked decline from its multi-year peak of 6882 that was established in late February. That high just slightly ...

Investors' Attention Shifts From Ukraine To Fed Meeting
 - Mar 19, 2014

On Tuesday, the US and European indices showed positive dynamics after the Russian Federation president's speech concerning the developing geopolitical situation. In his speech, Vladimir Putin ...

Dow Surge Breaks Losing Streak
 - Mar 17, 2014

Stocks closed higher Monday, joining a global relief rally that followed a so-far peaceful follow-up to Sunday's vote by Crimea to secede from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation. Strong data on ...

Modest Daily Loss, Worst Weekly Since January
 - Mar 14, 2014

Stocks closed lower for the 5 straight day, Friday, with worries over Ukraine and the Chinese economy continuing to lure investors into the safety of precious metals and government bonds. Sunday's ...

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