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Monthly Archive: July 2014

Jul 23 2014

Stocks Rebound Tuesday

Market Recap: Stocks rebounded on Tuesday, as strong earnings lifted investor’s spirits and fears of increasing violence between Israel and the Palestinian Territories as well as in the eastern region of Ukraine ebbed. The traditionally defensive Consumer Staples and Utilities sectors were the only losers for the day, with Technology, Energy and Health Care shares …

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Jul 22 2014

Economic Data & Earnings Heat Up

Market Recap: Global bourses sold off on Monday as investors grew more and more anxious over the violence in Gaza and the rising geopolitical tensions between the world and Russia after the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 17. The Dow fell as much as 130 points before rebounding to close with relatively minimal losses. …

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Jul 21 2014

This Week’s Market Moving Events

Market Recap: As we wrote and expected in the beginning of last week, market participants largely ignored geopolitical events and focused on earnings instead. However, the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 17 by (apparently) Russian separatist in Ukraine may shift this dynamic over the coming days. More significantly from a market perspective, corporate earnings …

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Jul 17 2014

Earnings Continued to Impress Investors

Market Recap: Earnings continued to impress investors after the close Tuesday and ahead of the open on Wednesday. Moreover, increased merger activity – or at the very least proposed merger activity – lifted investor’s moods, along with a relatively robust Beige Report, which showed the economy growing at a moderate pace. Energy and Technology shares …

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Jul 16 2014

Fed Chairwoman Begins Two Day Testimony

Market Recap: Market activity was muted on Tuesday, as investors held off on making significant portfolio moves ahead of critical earnings reports from Intel (INTC), Goldman Sachs (GS), CSX Corp (CSX), and Johnson & Johnson. Sectors of the S&P were mostly higher, with financial shares leading the charge after a strong report by JP Morgan …

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