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Monthly Archive: September 2015

Sep 23 2015

China returns as Wall St’s primary driver

Market Recap 09/21/15:   U.S. stocks fell sharply on Tuesday, with major indexes down more than 1 percent in a broad decline that saw all ten primary S&P 500 sectors ending lower. The biggest losses occurred in the material and energy sectors, which were dragged down by falling commodity prices. Continued concerns about the pace …

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Sep 22 2015

Stocks look set for weak session as commodities drop

Market Recap 09/21/15: U.S. stocks ended a volatile session with gains on Monday, as financial stocks advanced in a rebound off recent weakness. Banks have been pressured ever since the Federal Reserve last week held off on raising interest rates, which investors took as a sign that the sector’s net interest margins could remain weak. …

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Sep 21 2015

Stocks look for modest rebound after Friday selloff

Market Recap 09/18/15:   U.S. stocks fell sharply on Friday, as the Federal Reserve’s recent decision to not increase interest rates underlined investor concerns about the pace of economic growth. The U.S. central bank has said it wouldn’t raise rates until it deems the economy strong enough to withstand such a move, and Fed Chair …

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Sep 17 2015

The debate of raised interest rates wages on

Market Recap: Stocks rallied the day ahead of the long anticipated September Fed meeting as stocks climbed nearly 1%. In spite of the rally, the debate about whether or not the Fed will raise interest rates for the first time in 9 years wages on. While the announcement was highly anticipated, it is in fact …

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Sep 15 2015

Eventual interest rate hike by the Fed

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Market Recap: Investors continued to fret over the impact of an eventual interest rate hike by the Fed, which could come this Thursday when the Federal Open Market Committee makes its official September announcement – read our WSJ MarketWatch column here: Oil prices declined on Monday, pulling stocks lower with them, as Treasury yields fell …

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