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Commodities and stock markets fighting to adjust to ongoing shifts in global currencies rocked global exchanges for a second day on Friday. Leading stocks were far from exempt as institutional investors trimmed holdings ahead of the rockslide. At the ...
Investors Business Daily · ByAlan R. Elliott · 8/24/2015
The worst day for Middle East stocks this year put investors across the rest of the world on stand-by for another day of selling in global markets. Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All Share Index fell into a bear market Sunday, and Dubai’s DFM General Index ...
Bloomberg · 8/23/2015
Market Selloff
U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday after a failed attempt to rally from the Dow’s worst 3-day point decline. It’s something I have not seen since the 2008 GLOBAL financial crisis. The market had its first rally of the …
CountingPips · 8/27/2015
Lately, it feels as if the market is growing more confusing by the day. We have seen a six-year bull market and it has been more than 1,400 days since we had even a 10% pullback. The stock market is steadily riding …
Investor Place · 8/20/2015
Insider Buying
As Chinese stocks plummeted on “Black Monday”, triggering waves ... “But markets trade as much on policy signals as on economic reality, and there has clearly been a breakdown of communication between …
Today · 12 hours ago
8.20 am: The Indian rupee closed at 66.65 per US dollar yesterday, bringing back memories of the brutal 2013 'taper tantrum' that sank it beyond 68. (It must be mentioned that on both occasions, the currency …
Money Control · 8/25/2015
Asian markets
The dollar gained broadly for a second straight day as a rebounding stock market and solid economic data encouraged some investors to re-enter trades on a stronger U.S. currency. The dollar increased 1.8% against the euro, as the common currency …
NASDAQ · 8/26/2015
“Markets may have overemphasized China’s impact, but markets are also in relatively bad shape and we’re getting more negative technical signals,” said Otto Waser, chief investment officer at R&A Research & …
Live Mint · 2 hours ago
Besides the financials of any company, like their balance sheet and quarterly reports, investors sometimes look towards insider transactions as a variable in telling if perhaps a stock has hit its bottom or is close to it.
3dprint.com · 8/28/2015
Insider Purchases
Last week, the stock market was all over the place. The Dow opened the week down more than 1,000 points as the S&P 500 also crashed into a correction (defined as a 10% drop from recent highs). Things then turned around abruptly and the stock market ...
kiowacountysignal.com · 22 hours ago