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Monthly Archive: April 2015

Apr 23 2015

Investors are in store for another day of significant earnings releases

4/22/15 Market Recap: Stocks gained yesterday, despite a mixed bag of earnings releases, thanks to encouraging existing homes sales data and positive news out of China for Visa (V) and Mastercard (MA). The Chinese government announced that it would finally open up the bank-card clearing market, a move that would end the monopoly enjoyed by …

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Apr 22 2015

Lack of Economic News & Earnings Releases do little to excite Investors

4/21/15 Market Recap: Stocks closed mostly lower yesterday with a lack of economic news to drive the markets and the day’s earnings releases doing little to excite investors. Several big names reported, including Dow components United Technologies (UTX), DuPont (DD), and Verizon (VZ), with most of the releases showing little to no growth on the …

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Apr 21 2015

Futures are moving higher this morning

4/20/15 Market Recap: The equity markets started the week on a positive note, regaining most of the losses that took place on Friday thanks to a lift from the People’s Bank of China and some positive earnings reports from the likes of Morgan Stanley (MS) and Hasbro (HAS). The PBOC’s move to lower the reserve …

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Apr 20 2015

This Week’s Market Moving Events

Market Recap: Just as Icarus tumbled from the sky, stocks fell sharply on Friday as market participants recognized that their projections of better than forecast earnings – even if as a result of sharp downward revisions – and progress between Greece and its creditors were a bit above reality. Investors were also faced with some …

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Apr 17 2015

Investors have a strong slate of corporate earnings

4/16/15 Market Recap: Markets moved marginally lower yesterday, on a day where most of the major averages didn’t stray too far above or below the neutral line. A batch of positive earnings beats from the likes of Goldman Sachs (GS), American Express (AXP), and Citigroup (C) conflicted with disappointing March housing starts and weekly jobless …

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