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Markets, Stocks to Watch on Tuesday

January 13, 2009

The market started the week on a bearish note and the week has lot more to offer this week; International Trade data today at 8:30am, retail sales tomorrow, PPI on Thursday in addition to the cash index options settlement; and the biggies CPI, Industrial production and US equity option expiration…

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January 13, 2009

Top Stories of the Day

January 6, 2009

Top Stories to Begin the day- President-electBarack Obama told House SpeakerNancy Pelosi he favors a price tag of about $775 billion for the U.S. economic stimulus plan, a Democratic aide said. мебели European stock-index futures rose, indicating the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 Index may extend a five-day rally, as government…

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January 6, 2009

One Thing to Watch Today

December 31, 2008

Last Trading day of year 2008! Let’s see what does markets bring today. There was a spending cut by Santa as well (except yesterday) else during this period that is typically termed as “Santa Rally” going into initial few days of Christmas won’t be so dull. The rally was good…

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December 31, 2008

Auto Bailout, China and Japan

December 22, 2008

The news is not getting better, rather gloomier day after day (which is BTW also one of the contrarian indicator of bottoming markets). According to Wall Street Journal, investors pulled out record amounts $72 billion from stock funds overall in October alone. One of the hallmarks of the long market…

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December 22, 2008

Top Ten Stories

December 15, 2008

Here are the top breaking stories  of the day- Nikkei jumps 5.2 pct on US automakers bailout hope, Singapore and Hong Kong closed nearly +2%, India almost +1.5% while China was nearly flat. Federal investigators working through the weekend to unravel Bernard Madoff’s alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme found evidence…

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December 15, 2008

Top 10 Stories Of The Day

December 5, 2008

Here is the big picture of the day based on top stories from several leading newspapers  (WSJ, Reuters, Bloomberg, NYTimes, Financial Times). These are in no perticular order. U.S. Economy Loses 533,000 Jobs. The job losses far exceeded expectations, as November saw the 11th consecutive monthly decline in nonfarm payrolls and…

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December 5, 2008

As Bad As It Gets

December 5, 2008

U.S. nonfarm payrolls plunged by over half million, a bad surprise of 533,000 job losses in November. This is the worst job loss in 34 years according to the Labor Department. Since the recession began 11 months ago, nearly 2 million jobs have been lost. As per marketwatch story, The unemployment…

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December 5, 2008

Make or Break?

December 5, 2008

Up, Up and then Doooown. That’s the simplest way I could define the stock market’s pattern these days. Should the markets attempt another move higher, which could be sparked by today’s release of the Nov. unemployment report, initial resistance should be at the Nov. 28 reaction high at 8831 for…

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December 5, 2008

Cut Jobs, Raise Rates, Buy Shares

November 14, 2008

A day after Citigroup (C) hit a multi-year low and relaxed below $10, CEO Vikram Pandit’s bought some shares (~>US$8MM) and announced to axe another 10,000 jobs. He also decided to raise rates on credit cards. Weren’t they suppose to lower the rates when FED is even willing to go lower than 1%,…

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November 14, 2008
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