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Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 18 2014

Slight Negative Territory

Market Recap: Stocks started the week in slight negative territory on news that Japan’s GDP fell in the third quarter, putting the world’s third largest economy into recession. By the end of the day stocks recouped losses and ended slightly higher. However, 6 of the 10 sectors of the S&P were lower for the day, …

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Nov 17 2014

This Week’s Market Moving events

Market Recap: Stocks continued to make advances last week, albeit minimal ones. Investors generally took a break and appear to be digesting the varying economic indicators. Concerns over European and overall global growth are putting some pressure on stocks, while strength in the U.S. economy is providing optimism. Overall, earnings season has proven quite constructive, …

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Nov 12 2014

We expect new highs over the coming months


Market Recap: Time will tell if Tuesday’s market action was the calm before the storm or just a nice quiet uneventful day – markets moved very little as the absence of economic data releases and closed bond markets in honor of Veterans Day did little to motivate investors in either direction. Sectors of the S&P …

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Nov 11 2014

Happy Veterans Day / Investor sentiment vacillated

Market Recap: With little economic news to grab onto, investor sentiment vacillated and gave stocks little direction for most of the day. Commodities continued to fall as demand concerns permeated, while sectors of the S&P were mostly higher as energy shares were the sole losers of the day. The big news of the day was …

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Nov 07 2014

Stocks to New all-time Highs

Market Recap: Better than expected economic news, a lack of surprises out of Europe and the ECB along with reasonably strong earnings data helped lift stocks to new all-time highs on Thursday. Sectors of the S&P were mostly higher, with telecom and utility shares falling while the energy sector rebounded sharply, rising 1.28%. Commodities were …

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