Rather than focus on all of that hot air, my PowerTrader subscribers and I prefer to focus on the breaking news that is going to tilt the stock market in one direction ... Looking at the cold weather that way, it became pretty clear to me that …
DENVER (AP) - The annual parade of cowboys and cattle through downtown Denver has been called off because of expected frigid weather and snow. With the temperature forecast to only reach 6 degrees at noon on Thursday, parade …
Weather should not effect stock market as they have nothing in common. Or is it so? Anything and everything may affect stock market if there is any public perception that it would affect the underlying businesses of scrips traded in the stock
European insurers and reinsurers are well-positioned to ride out recent stock market volatility, ratings agency A.M. Best Co. Inc. said in a research note Wednesday. In “European Insurers and Reinsurers Withstand Stock Market Volatility …
Using survey-based explicit investor sentiment measures, this paper analyzes when investors' stock market …
It seems like just about anything can affect the stock market...even bad weather! A new study reveals bad weather can generate a "mild depression" that distracts even the most sophisticated of investors. The wall street journal reports that, …
Psychological studies support the existence of an influence of weather on mood. Saunders (1993) and Hirshleifer and Shumway (2001) argue that the weather could affect the behaviour of market traders and, therefore, it should be …
I believe the 77/22 all weather stock had the trigger guard molded in to the stock. It was not a separate (metal) part, but of the same material as the stock. The ruger 77 I had back in the mid 90's had the trigger guard (stainless) as a separate …
Having a plan in place before severe weather strikes will avoid any last-second panic or confusion. It also ensures that everyone will be prepared to handle a storm and its aftermath. "We urge people to sit down with their families, talk …
Weather, and the mood it creates among investors, may influence short-term stock returns, according to a forthcoming paper in the Review of Financial Studies. Harvard Law School's corporate governance blog has a post from four …