By Will Hadfield and Lynn Thomasson, Bloomberg |
September 28, 2012
European stocks and U.S. futures fell, while Spanish 10-year bonds yields climbed above 6 percent before the results of stress tests on the country’s banks.
U.S. denies Russia fracking technology
Chinese demand low supply boost crude
GDP report tweets "Buy"
High-frequency trading fees need transparency
Protection from market spikes
Natural gas at an inflection point?
Bean fundamentals getting complicated