Korn/Ferry International (NYSE:KFY)

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Closing Bell for Monday on Wall Street: Markets Open Higher, Hold Gains Until Fed Chatter Cools Buyers

U.S. equity markets opened higher this morning not on any particular news, but likely more influenced by tomorrow’s start of the Fed’s June meeting and Wednesday’s announcement of interest rates. ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — September 6, 2012: Markets Strong on ECB Bond-Buying Plan (NOK, BCS, ATVI, MWW, STI, FCEL, HWD, KFY, LAYN, MFRM, SWHC, CMVT, KR, LULU, OCZ, NAV, PAY)

The three major U.S. stock indexes opened higher this morning as expectations had been raised that the European Central Bank would institute some kind of bond-buying program to shore up ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — September 5, 2012: Markets on Hold for ECB Announcement (FDX, FB, TWX, CHK, RIO, BLMN, FNSR, PBY, DG, FCEL, HWD, KFY, PAY, LAYN, NAV, NOK, BONT, FRAN)

The three major U.S. stock indexes opened flat to slightly lower again this morning even though word leaked out of the European Central Bank’s likely bond-buying scheme (our coverage here). ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — June 13, 2012 (JPM, AAPL, CHK, JNJ, MCD, PETM, CASY, OSH, JVA, KFY, LUB, KR, PIR, SFD, WGO, DELL, AONE, ARNA)

The three major US stock indexes opened lower this morning following European markets where equities also traded lower this morning. US data related to retail sales (our coverage here) and ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — June 12, 2012 (AAPL, HFC, LULU, BA, BX, KORS, FSNR, FDS, GAME, COOL, KFY, LUB, ZNGA, AONE, FSLR)

The three major US stock indexes opened higher this morning as despite weak data from the UK and higher debt yields on Eurozone sovereign debt. Spanish 10-year bonds rose to ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — June 8, 2012 (CSCO, SD, QCOM, KMI, LEN, XIDE, PNY, FGP, KMGB, FNSR, KORS, FDS, KFY, KR, PIR, WGO, PCX, ANR, NOK, NAV, CHK)

The three major US stock indexes opened lower this morning as investors wait for weekend data on Chinese trade and industrial production. The drop in US unemployment benefits claims didn’t ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (AAPL, ARMH, QCOM, ZNGA, HALO, CWTR, FTK, HOTT, KFY, AONE, ACHN, FSYS, JKS, NAV, NGSX, SFD, SMRT, STP, VRS, STLY, MWA, SSH, ZLTQ)

The three major US equities indexes opened higher this morning on the news from Europe that the Greek debt swap deal would be a success. That prediction turned out to ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (CSCO, DO, LVS, LULU, PM, SLB, CIEN, COST, SFD, LAYN, KFY, DMAN, AFFY, DANG, IVC, PNCL, TSLA)

Stocks opened lower this morning and trailed mostly lower throughout the day. Today’s wholesale inventory reported showed a gain of 1.6% and the initial jobless claims were substantially lower than ...
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Sudden Excitement in Jobs & Staffing Companies (PAYX, ADP, MWW, MAN, CTAS, KFY)

After a long period of unemployment, any upside to the jobs numbers at any point offers a helping hand to the stocks of companies that revolve around the jobs market.  ...
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The 52-Week Low Club

Circuit City (CC) Poor earnings and almost certainly more to come. Down to $8.46 from 52-week high of $29.31.Enterra Energy (ENT) Still falling after cutting dividend. Drops to $1.33 from ...
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The 52-Week Low Club

King Pharmaceuticals (KG) One of the company's patents found to be invalid. Down to $12.59 from 52-week high of $22.25.Korn Ferry (KFY) Earnings and employment outlook not doing executive search ...
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Pre-Market Stock News (June 6, 2007)

(AAUK) Anglo American’s CEO will become a non-executive member of the board of directors at BP (BP).(ACAD) Acadia Pharmaceuticals traded up over 10% after Jim Cramer touted the stock as ...
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