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By Matt Weller | February 8, 2016
By John Caiazzo | February 8, 2016
The markets continue to react to economic and corporate data with a flow of funds from equities to the relative safety of treasuries.
By Nigel Stephenson and Marius Zaharia, Reuters | February 4, 2016
Stocks advanced in Europe and Asia on Thursday, with the focus on energy companies as speculation U.S. interest rates may not rise at all this year left the dollar nursing hefty losses and oil held most of the previous day's big gains.
By ElliottWave-Forecast | February 2, 2016
Short-term elliott wave structure suggests decline to 78.93 at 1/20 ended wave ((W)).
By Marc Jones, Reuters | February 2, 2016
World stocks ended three days of gains on Tuesday as lackluster global economic data led to another slump in oil prices.
By John Caiazzo | February 1, 2016
With an economic slowdown, reduced business investments and the decline in durable goods orders, we are at a loss to explain the obviously "irrational exuberance" displayed by the equity markets.
By Matt Weller | January 28, 2016
By Dion Rabouin, Reuters | January 28, 2016
The dollar hit a one-week low against the euro on Thursday as a plunge in U.S. durable goods orders supported the view of a U.S. economic slowdown on softer global demand.
By Matt Weller | January 26, 2016
It was another day of market mayhem in China, where the benchmark Shanghai Composite fell by more than 6%.
By John Caiazzo | January 25, 2016
Market reversals took place this past week as crude oil, the recent cause of market angst, finally rallied and took equities with it.