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Monthly Archive: May 2015

May 29 2015

Equities take a breather

5/28/15 Market Recap: Equities took a breather yesterday with uncertainty in Europe and weakness in the Asian markets driving markets lower. Stocks moved down from the beginning of the session, reaching the day’s lows by mid-morning, but were able to pare most of the losses and close with only marginal declines at the end of …

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May 27 2015

Futures point to a slight rebound

5/26/15 Market Recap:  The markets began the shortened trading week on a negative note yesterday with each one of the major averages declining by more than 1%. After a week marked by vacillation and incremental rises on incredibly light participation, the markets moved in a more decided fashion yesterday, falling from the beginning of the …

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May 22 2015

Bad news once again turns into good news

5/21/15 Market Recap: Equities finished with modest gains yesterday as bad news once again turned into good news for the markets. Existing home sales disappointed, falling by 3.3%, and jobless claims rose more than expected but these economic data points lead to the belief that the Fed will continued its dovish stance regarding interest rates. …

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May 21 2015

Investors continue to consider yesterday’s April FOMC meeting minutes

05/20/15 Market Recap: In what has been a common occurrence over the past few trading sessions, traders stayed primarily on the sidelines with the markets never straying too far from the neutral line. The major averages, hovering near record levels, closed mixed with either marginal gains or marginal losses. Even the Fed minutes, released during …

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May 20 2015

Markets are moving marginally higher

Market Recap 051915: It was another light trading day in the market as investors continue to weigh evidence of a recovering US economy against the inevitability of a rate hike. Positive economic news, signaling a pick up from disappointing 1Q numbers, cause investors to worry that a rate hike could come quicker while poor economic …

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