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Second Day Of March Modest At Most

[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the Markets After posting its best start to March ever on signs the U.S. economy is perking up, U.S. stocks managed modest gains and the Nasdaq exited correction territory as investors digested the latest upward move … Continue reading

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Bernanke’s Reassurance On Stimulus Lifts Stocks

[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] The major U.S. equity ETFs finished trading with modest gains after a choppy session, amid the Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke reiterating in Congressional testimony, that the Central Bank’s asset purchases could be increased or reduced depending … Continue reading

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Indexes Are A Mixed Bag As Boeing Weighs On Blue-Chips; Europe Struggles On Growth Worries

[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] US equities closed mixed as investors remained worried about the debt ceiling negotiations and global economic growth while a rebound for Apple Inc buoyed the technology sector. In economic news, the World Bank sharply cut its … Continue reading

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