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Monthly Archive: September 2015

Sep 30 2015

Wall St looks to end rough quarter on positive note

Market Recap 09/29/15: The Dow and S&P 500 ended slightly higher on Tuesday, though the day’s trading was volatile and the S&P nearly broke below its August low before rebounding. If the benchmark index falls below that level, it could trigger some additional selling and be a negative sign for near-term market momentum. The slight …

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Sep 29 2015

Stocks look to rebound from China-driven selloff

Market Recap 09/28/15:   U.S. stocks fell sharply on Monday, with the S&P 500 ending down 2 percent as biotechnology stocks continued to see sharp losses while the latest data out of China underlined the growth concerns investors have about the region. Democratic lawmakers came out against recent increases in drug prices, criticism that was …

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Sep 28 2015

Uncertainty continues as investors await Fed clarity

Market Recap 09/25/15: U.S. stocks were mixed on Friday, though the Dow was sharply lifted by comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who said an interest rate hike was likely to occur by the end of the year. Investors took the comments as a sign that economic growth was strong enough to withstand such a …

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Sep 25 2015

Yellen comments seen as a positive, Nike rallies

Market Recap 09/24/15: U.S. stocks fell in a volatile session on Thursday, as a lowered outlook from industrial bellwether Caterpillar (CAT) underlined investor concerns about the strength of the economy and what impact growth levels would have on corporate results. Healthcare and biotech stocks were also lower, dropping for their fifth straight session, a selloff spurred by …

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Sep 24 2015

Weak data raises new questions about growth

Market Recap 09/22/15: U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as disappointing economic data – on both domestic and international fronts – weighed on energy and material shares. Chinese factory data sank to a six-year low while U.S. manufacturing growth was at its lowest in two years. Both reports underlined ongoing concerns about the pace of global …

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