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Monthly Archive: March 2015

Mar 31 2015

Investor’s negative sentiment seem to be focused on oil prices

3/30/15 Market Recap: The markets began the week on a positive note yesterday, with broad advances among the major averages and individual sectors. Positive economic data was one of the primary reasons for yesterday’s move, with consumer income rising by .4% in February. Though consumer spending in the month was only up marginally, economists are …

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Mar 27 2015

Markets attempt to avoid a fifth consecutive day of declines

3/26/15 Market Recap: In what has been a familiar story through the course of this week, markets fell again in yesterday’s trading with investors focused on reports that Saudi Arabia had launched air strikes against rebels in Yemen. On a positive note, despite falling for the day, markets did close above session lows thanks to …

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Mar 26 2015

Futures are negative following yesterday’s broad market selloff

3/25/15 Market Recap: The equity markets fell again in yesterday’s trading, its third consecutive day of declines, with losses accelerating towards the close of the session. According to traders, there was no one particular event that drove selling pressure but a mix of factors including negative economic data, namely durable goods orders, along with investors …

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Mar 25 2015

Market digests the news of a blockbuster merger deal

3/24/15 Market Recap: Stocks fell in yesterday’s trading as good economic news, particularly in new home sales, became bad news for the market. In what has been a regular occurrence in recent trading, any positive indication coming from the US economy has led to speculation that the Fed may be more willing to raise rates …

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Mar 24 2015

CPI data expected to see its first monthly increase

3/23/15 Market Recap:  Despite all four major averages hovering around positive levels for most of the day on positive existing home sales data and a weakening dollar, the broad markets closed mixed due to some late day selling and profit taking. The Dow and S&P were able to hang on to slight gains while the …

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