Will Tuesday’s Stock Market Carnage Already Be Forgotten About on Thursday?

Tuesday's major U.S. stock market selling went from bad to worse as buyers were merely absent ahead of the rare mid-week closure of the U.S. financial markets as a day ...
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20 Stocks Loving the China Tariff Delays

Was this a ceasefire or a delay of the trade war and tariffs with China? That answer depends on whom you ask, and it is important to think about whether ...
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Perhaps Markets and Investors Should Be Cheering S&P Downgrade of China

When investors hear that one of the world's top credit ratings agencies has issued a sovereign downgrade of one of the world's biggest nations, it tends to bring more than ...
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Moody’s China Downgrade Is Not Crushing Chinese Shares and Markets

The biggest economic and financial market story for Wednesday should be that Moody’s has formally downgraded China’s credit rating. Although this downgrade may sound harsh, the new "stable" outlook seems to mean ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Accenture, Ciena, Shake Shack, US Steel, Zions, China and More

Stocks were simply looking for direction, with no real bias up or down, on Wednesday. The markets have all bounced handily after last week's big sell-off, and investors should consider ...
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5 ETFs Down Sharply After Trump’s Victory

We now know who will be the next president of the United States, and the news was more than a shock to many markets and to many investors around the ...
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Why Merrill Lynch Is Now Raising Emerging Markets Over Developed Ones

How long have you heard that the global economic uncertainty and currency levels were bad for emerging markets? And how long have you heard that the United States and developed ...
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The Shanghai Carnage

Over the weekend markets had a tremendous fall, not just on the U.S. front but practically all markets are suffering. Monday morning, Dow futures are projected down around 600 points ...
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10 Things to Consider About the Recent Market Panic

Everyone seems to be guessing about the future and near-term expectations after the recent market panic. The first thing that needs to be considered is that trying to call a ...
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How Chinese ETFs Reacted to the Market

The broad markets in the U.S. opened lower Monday morning, not from a weakness in the earnings season or even a huge dip in commodities. In fact it was an ...
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Will Shanghai Stocks Crash Like Nasdaq Did in 2000 and 2001?

The sell-off in China is potentially far more important than the issue surrounding Greece's in-or-out status. By our take it is more important, but the broader financial media still wants ...
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Will the Greek ETF Lose Its ETF Status?

There is a big lesson here for Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF (NYSEMKT: GREK) investors during the looming Greek default and likely exit from the euro. The end game for ...
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China ETF Plunges 4% in a Day

Issues of margin trading, a surge of individual investors into local shares, a ballooning stock market and a slowing of the world's second largest economy sent the largest China exchange ...
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The China Drop Rationale

Early Tuesday, China stocks have been taking a beating as the market seems to be correcting. The Shanghai Composite Index has increased roughly 50% within the past six months and ...
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Are Emerging Markets Finally Becoming Safer To Invest In?

Emerging markets have not been performing the way they have in many past bull markets. Most investor interest and direction from Wall Street strategists decided earlier this year that the ...
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