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By Matt Weller | March 14, 2016
By Patrick Graham, Reuters | March 10, 2016
The euro sank a full cent against the dollar on Thursday after the European Central Bank unveiled a raft of measures, many of them not expected by markets, to stimulate growth and inflation in the euro zone.
By John Caiazzo | February 22, 2016
By Matt Weller | February 18, 2016
Today’s bullish catalyst for risk-on data was some good old-fashioned solid economic data.
By Gregor Horvat | February 16, 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 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 12, 2016
By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss and Patrick Graham, Reuters | January 11, 2016