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Monthly Archive: June 2015

Jun 30 2015

Greek negotiations caused markets to fall

6/29/15 Market Recap: Global markets began the week on a negative note as the weekend’s faltering Greek negotiations caused markets in Asia, Europe, and the US to fall sharply on Monday. The Greek debt drama went from bad to worse over the weekend with Greece choosing to set up a referendum to vote on the …

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Jun 29 2015

This Week’s Market Moving Events

Market Recap 6/26/15: Markets closed the week on a mixed but choppy note as a lack of any noteworthy news did little to move the markets significantly in a particular direction. Though there was added volume near the end of the day because of the Russell index’s mid-year rebalancing, the pause in negotiations gave investors …

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Jun 26 2015

Greek uncertainty & falling oil prices outweigh economic developments

6/25/15 Market Recap: Equities ended a choppy trading session lower yesterday as Greek uncertainty and falling oil prices outweighed positive economic developments and strength in the Healthcare sector. Markets began the day on a positive note thanks to the release of some better than expected economic news. Consumer spending rose .9% in May, its greatest …

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Jun 25 2015

Optimism Gave Way To Pessimism Yesterday

Market Recap 6/24/15: Optimism gave way to pessimism yesterday as it became clear that there are still significant roadblocks to a deal that would save Greece from a debt default. According to several reports, including one from the Wall Street Journal, there were plenty of red colored notations made by creditors on Greece’s latest drafted …

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Jun 24 2015

Equity Futures Are Moving Lower This Morning

Market Recap 6/23/15: Once again, optimism surrounding a possible deal preventing a Greek default spurred the markets forward. Unlike Monday’s session however, trading yesterday was choppy and the market’s gains were merely modest. Economic data on the day was mixed with disappointing durable goods data being weighed against better than expected new home sales numbers. …

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