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Oil Sinks As US Relations With Iran Improve By Benzinga  - Sep 30, 2013

Brent crude oil slipped to $107.61 at 7:15 GMT on Monday morning as easing geopolitical tension and increasing supply pressured prices. Many are optimistic about the future of US and Iranian...

US Government Shutdown Looking More Likely By Benzinga  - Sep 30, 2013

US indices slipped in the early hours of Monday as no movement on the emergency spending bill prompted investors to brace for a government shutdown. With the midnight deadline fast approaching, a lack...

Debt Ceiling And Government Shutdown Loom By Benzinga  - Sep 30, 2013

Markets finally seem to be aware that a debt ceiling is coming. There probably won’t be as much of a sell off as was witnessed saw in 2011, when markets dropped more than 15 percent, because the...

Euro Zone Banking Still Needs Of Help By Benzinga  - Sep 27, 2013

The euro slipped back below $1.35 at the end of the week after weak lending data from the euro zone indicated that the region's recovery hasn't hit the region's banks just yet. The common currency...

US Budget Showdown Outweighs Positive Data By Benzinga  - Sep 27, 2013

US markets were lifted by positive jobs data which added to the case for a Federal Reserve taper in the coming month. Initial jobless claims fell by 5,000, which beat expectations and marginally...

Fed Budget Battle Weighs On US Stocks By Benzinga  - Sep 26, 2013

Policymakers in Washington continued to struggle with passing a spending bill that will keep the government going past October 1. Unfortunately, even if the bill is passed, most see this battle as...

Euro Slips On Weak German Data By Benzinga  - Sep 25, 2013

The euro slumped against the dollar on Wednesday after German data on Tuesday came in weaker than expected. The common currency slipped below $1.35 and traded at $1.3473 at 6:30 GMT on Wednesday...

Wednesday's Stocks To Watch By Benzinga  - Sep 25, 2013

Worries that political squabbling could end with a default in October if US lawmakers don’t raise the nation’s borrowing limit have kept investors from making major plays in markets across...

Markets Go Parabolic By Benzinga  - Sep 25, 2013

Equity markets spiked lower Tuesday morning, catching up with futures lows. However, a sharp recovery left markets flat on a day of heavy economic data. Major Indexes The Dow Jones Industrial Average...

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