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"What gets weak tends to get weaker; what gets strong tends to get stronger." Which four stocks in the US Dow Jones Industrial Average are "really weak" right now, so weak that they are downtrending and pushing to brand new 52-week lows? Let's …
istock Analyst · 1 day ago
As Dow Jones and S&P 500 Indices plunged on Monday amid concerns ... mercury and other air pollutants mainly from coal-fired power plants. In this way, several stocks jumped on the back of the news, including …
INSIDER MONKEY · 6/30/2015
Hedge Funds
U.S. stocks traded slightly lower Friday after a report showed the economy created slightly fewer than expected jobs in June. The soft employment report left investors wondering whether the U.S. Federal Reserve will remain on course to lift interest rates ...
Big News Network · 1 day ago
Soft Jobs Report
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In overnight trading on Wall Street, all three major stock indices tumbled, with the Dow Jones industrial average shedding 1.95%, the S&P 500 losing 2.09% and the Nasdaq Composite dropping 2.4%. Representational …
Daily News and Analysis · 6/30/2015
NEW YORK: US stocks gained on Wednesday (Jul 1), following European equities higher on hopes for a deal with Greece as US data showed private-sector hiring accelerated in June. The Dow Jones Industrial Average …
Channel News Asia · 7/2/2015
European equities
The 30 Dow Jones stocks have a market capitalization of some $5.5 trillion, out of a S&P 500 Index of $7+ trillion. Most investment professionals take the S&P as their market benchmark. Figure 1 makes it clear that the two indexes travel together most of ...
Seeking Alpha · 5/8/2015
but investors haven’t hit the panic button and abandoned stocks altogether. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank as much as 1.5 percent, or 274 points to 17,673, on Monday after global markets sold off on …
News Max · 6/29/2015
stocks
Among the stocks with notable option activity is Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU). Ahead of earnings later this week, the semiconductor concern was hit with a round of bearish brokerage attention. While the …
Schaeffer's Investment Research · 6/22/2015
NASDAQ
NEW YORK: The prospect of a Greek exit from the eurozone hung over equity markets this week, blunting positive economic news and ultimately leading stocks lower. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 68.93 …
The Express Tribune · 6/29/2015
Greek drama
The Dow Jones industrial average was up 126 points in early trading Wednesday to 17,746. The S&P 500 was up 14 points to 2,078. The Nasdaq was up 39 points to 5,026. The LABJ Stock Index was up two points to 233.
Los Angeles Business Journal · 7/1/2015