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Monthly Archive: January 2015

Jan 15 2015

Market volatility remained front and center

Market Recap: Market volatility remained front and center on Wednesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 300 points by mid-day. Weaker than expected December Retail Sales and rising business inventories caused fears that the U.S. economy isn’t as robust as initially thought and that the benefits of lower oil prices were not …

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Jan 14 2015

The story remained commodities

Market Recap: It was a wild ride on Tuesday for Wall Street, the DOW gained as much as 280 points by late morning as optimism about earnings drove bulls to charge ahead. However, a further fall in oil prices, along with a decline in copper prices caused bears to sharpen their claws and drive stocks …

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Jan 13 2015

Stock fluctuated widely on Monday

Market Recap: Stock fluctuated widely on Monday, falling as much as 1 ½% before rebounding to a fractional loss. Investors are starting to grow concerned that lower oil prices will have a significant impact on earnings, as analysts have lowered EPS growth forecasts by 6.4% in the past few months. While energy companies have been …

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Jan 09 2015

Rising expectations of a strong upcoming earnings season

Market Recap: Stocks climbed sharply on Thursday as investors focused on positive economic news and rising expectations of a strong upcoming earnings season. Word that Mario Draghi and the other members of the ECB are “studying” ways to implement bond-purchases for as much as €500 billion helped lift European markets, positively influencing US markets. All …

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Jan 08 2015

Investors encouraged by yesterday’s strong market action

Market Recap: Stocks rebounded sharply on Wednesday after the ADP employment report showed stronger than forecast employment growth, and oil inventories fell on strong demand. Oil prices stabilized on the better than expected EIA Petroleum report and eased concerns that global growth and demand for commodities was weakening further. The dollar strengthened slightly, as Treasury …

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