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Monthly Archive: July 2015

Jul 24 2015

Futures Are Moving Higher

Market Recap 7/23/15: Stocks went lower for the third consecutive day, pressured once again by earnings from a select group of big name companies. In a pattern that has plagued the markets since Tuesday, investors chose to focus on the disappointing results from Caterpillar (CAT), American Express (AXP), and 3M (MMM). At the end of …

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Jul 23 2015

Markets look to break its two day losing streak

7/21/15 Market Recap: Stocks fell in yesterday’s session, its second consecutive day of declines, as disappointing earnings once again put pressure on the broader markets. Just like mixed news from IBM (IBM) and United Technologies (UTX) drove the action in Tuesday’s trading, Wednesday’s trading was dominated by negative sentiment regarding earnings releases by Apple (AAPL) …

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Jul 22 2015

Tech giants performance show negative results

7/21/15 Market Recap: Markets fell in yesterday’s session, negatively affected by disappointing earnings from big names like IBM (IBM) and United Technologies (UTX). IBM, the second largest component of the Dow 30 by weight, fell almost 6% despite beating earnings expectations after missing on the top line. Though IBM saw gains in the company’s cloud …

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Jul 21 2015

Futures are currently mixed ahead of today’s session

7/20/15 Market Recap:  Stocks began the week on a mixed note in yesterday’s trading with the S&P, Dow, and Nasdaq picking up marginal gains while the small cap Russell index closed with losses of half a percent. As overseas worries in Europe and Asia continue to recede, volatility has also fallen as investors look for …

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Jul 20 2015

This Week’s Market Moving Events

7/17/15 Market Recap: The markets ended a relatively strong week with a whimper on Friday with both the S&P and Dow Jones closing essentially flat on the day. After several market days driven by highly anticipated overseas news, Friday’s mixed economic data along with some better than expected earnings data failed to move either benchmark …

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