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Monthly Archive: June 2015

Jun 23 2015

Markets began on a positive note and never looked back

6/22/15 Market Recap: The markets began the day on a positive note and never looked back, ending the first trading session of the new week higher. Markets cheered positive developments coming out of Brussels where a last minute summit is finally leading to some optimism that a deal might actually get done in time to …

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Jun 22 2015

This Week’s Market Moving Events

6/19/15 Market Recap: After three days of gains, the market finally lost its momentum, closing lower to end a generally positive week. Equities fell on the day as investors focused once again on the impasse and overall uncertainty in Greece and their inability to resolve their debt crisis. However, despite losses of half a percent …

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Jun 18 2015

Markets Turned Higher

Market Recap 6/17/15: After a range-bound start to the trading session, the markets turned higher after the conclusion of the FOMC meeting and held on to close the day with slight gains. As expected, the Fed refused to rock the boat, continuing to reiterate that though the economy is moving to an environment where a …

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Jun 16 2015

Pockets of opportunities

061515 CNBC

6/15/15 Market Recap: Equities began the week on a lower note yesterday as investor pessimism regarding Greek’s debt situation continued to rattle global markets. News of breakdown of weekend talks between Greek officials and creditors caused the averages to open significantly lower. Watch our CNBC interview here   Though the markets were eventually able to …

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Jun 15 2015

Investors focus shift overseas once again

6/12/15 Market Recap:   Equity markets fell on Friday as investor focus shifted overseas to Europe once again amidst fresh concern that Greece would default on its debts. In a dinner last Thursday night, officials from all 19 Eurozone countries debated the possibility of a Greek default and consequent exit from the euro, the first …

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