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Monthly Archive: January 2016

Jan 29 2016

Wall St jumps on Bank of Japan move

Market Recap 1/28/16: U.S. stocks rallied on Thursday, jumping on the back of a rally in energy shares, as well as blockbuster results from Facebook (FB). Though the day’s move was to the upside, volatility remains high, and the recent whipsawing has many investors concerned. If that includes you, we encourage you to listen to our …

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Jan 28 2016

Earnings lift Wall St after Fed comments

Market Recap 1/27/16: U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, dropping in the latest example of the market seeing huge swings on a daily basis. Volatility has been extremely high of late, and the recent whipsawing has many investors concerned. If that includes you, we encourage you to listen to our weekly radio program, Money Matters with Gary …

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Jan 27 2016

Futures fall on oil retreat, Apple results

Market Recap 1/26/16: U.S. stocks surged on Tuesday in the latest example of the market seeing huge swings connected to the price of crude oil. Volatility has been extremely high of late, and the recent whipsawing has many investors concerned. If that includes you, we encourage you to listen to our weekly radio program, Money …

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Jan 26 2016

Wall St flat as investors await key earnings

Market Recap 1/25/16: U.S. stocks fell sharply on Monday, continuing the market’s recent streak of volatility. The recent whipsawing has many investors concerned, and if that includes you, we encourage you to listen to our weekly radio program, Money Matters with Gary Goldberg – click here for stations and show times. And if you have accounts that aren’t being …

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Jan 25 2016

Wall St set for lower open as crude oil resumes slide

Market Recap 1/22/16:   U.S. stocks ended a volatile week with a massive rally on Friday, as expectations for cold weather send the price of crude oil 9 percent higher. The day’s action was just the latest volatile session for markets, and the recent whipsawing has many investors concerned. If that includes you, we encourage you …

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