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Investors brace for stocks to fall again ahead of earnings
By Reuters - Oct 03, 2015

By David Randall NEW YORK (Reuters) - The global market volatility of the past month that sent U.S. stocks to their worst quarter in four years shows no signs of letting up just because the calendar ...

Dow Nosedives On Lackluster Jobs Report
By International Business Times - Oct 02, 2015

By Jessica Menton - U.S. stocks plunged Friday after fewer-than-expected jobs were created in September, giving Federal Reserve officials room to pause before raising interest rates. The ...

Wall Street ends higher in sharp turnaround
By Reuters - Oct 02, 2015

By Noel Randewich (Reuters) - U.S. stock indexes jumped over 1 percent on Friday as worries about the economy after a disappointing jobs report gave way to a robust rally in energy and materials ...

Dow Seesaws As Wall Street Kicks Off Q4
By International Business Times - Oct 01, 2015

By Jessica Menton - U.S. stocks opened flat Thursday as the final stretch of the year began with the start of the final quarter. Seven of the 10 Standard & Poor's 500 sectors traded lower, led ...

ISM manufacturing index falls again in September
By Investing.com - Oct 01, 2015

Investing.com - Manufacturing activity in the U.S. slowed again in September, raising fears that the Federal Reserve could delay raising interest for longer, according to data on Thursday. The ...

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aparantus some
aparantus some 18 hours ago
Doomsday is averted, what would you think when the fed did the hike in this conditions? Rate hike is a big nono. What would you think when apple has to pay 20% export tax which a rate hike basically means
Austin Stewart
Austin Stewart Oct 02, 2015 8:54PM GMT
Crazy rally. That people and institutions would buy up equities on such terrible news. Declining economic conditions are much more harmful than a delayed rate hike is helpful. I expect a huge downturn in the coming weeks.
Manolis Karantinos
Manolis Karantinos Oct 02, 2015 8:24PM GMT
Never seen anything like that.. From -1.5 to + 1.4
AD AG Oct 03, 2015 4:14AM GMT
Yes that was strange, that's something I would expect to see in the Chinese stock market with a state intervention after a plunge.
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