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Monthly Archive: February 2015

Feb 26 2015

Futures look to a positive open

Wednesdays Market Recap: Stocks closed the day mixed yesterday with the Dow and Russell 2000 gaining while the S&P and Nasdaq pulled back. Investors again listened to testimony for clues regarding the timing and scope of a rate rise but her comments yesterday offered no surprises. Sectors performance was similarly contrasted with half of the …

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Feb 25 2015

Mixed Markets, awaiting second half of Yellen’s testimony

Tuesdays Market Recap: Stocks increased in yesterday’s trading as Fed Chair Janet Yellen drew a narrative of US economy that has been improving in the past six months. She reiterated however, that the Fed will continue to remain “patient” in making a decision regarding the increase of Fed rates, language that seemed to denote that …

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Feb 24 2015

Markets mainly pulled back

Market Recap: Markets mainly pulled back in yesterday’s trading, with only the Nasdaq being able to muster slight gains of .10%. Slumping oil prices and a disappointing existing home sales report drove the day’s action but investors were also seen to trade cautiously ahead of today’s Senate testimony by Fed Chair Janet Yellen. The fall …

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Feb 23 2015

This Week’s Market Moving Events

Market Recap: Stocks climbed sharply to end at all-time highs in Friday as details of a compromise to avert a shutdown of Greek banks between Eurozone finance ministers and Greek officials were made public. While market participants were elated, Germans were not, and so the drama will likely continue next week. Looking Ahead: It will …

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Feb 20 2015

Futures point towards mixed opening

Market Recap: Stocks were mixed yesterday with the S&P and Dow falling slightly and the Nasdaq gaining as investors weighed continuing developments in Europe and oversupply concerns once again drove oil prices downward. In Europe, negotiations between Greece and the rest of the Eurozone continue after Germany rejected a six month extension proposal on Greece’s …

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