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Stock Influx: Weekend Reading

11/07/10 - 01:47 PM EST

Cash and bonds look even worse than usual, and equities still don't look awful, so it's easy to imagine a continuing influx of money into stocks.

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Sizing Up QE2: Weekend Reading

10/31/10 - 02:11 PM EDT

The stock market's reaction to a second round of quantitative easing will depend on the program's size.

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All Earnings: Weekend Reading

10/24/10 - 01:56 PM EDT

The stock market's focus next week will be on earnings, but investors will also watch currencies.

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Mortgage Mess: Weekend Reading

10/17/10 - 03:31 PM EDT

The mortgage fraud saga will only grow louder next week, weighing down bank stocks.

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Market Turning?: Weekend Reading

10/10/10 - 12:21 PM EDT

Major stock market indices rose this week, but it feels like things are turning as currency worries rise and weak news continues.

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No Weekend Reading

10/03/10 - 03:43 PM EDT

There was no Paul Kedrosky column on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2010.

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Overly Bullish: Weekend Reading

09/26/10 - 01:16 PM EDT

Investor sentiment in the stock market recently has become unsustainably bullish.

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Market Optimism: Weekend Reading

09/19/10 - 03:47 PM EDT

The stock market feels like it wants to move even higher following a positive week.

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Another 'Up' Week Ahead?: Weekend Reading

09/12/10 - 02:17 PM EDT

September's rally will be tested by earnings reports from Best Buy and Oracle, as well as plenty of economic data with retail sales up first on Tuesday.

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Wanting a Rally: Weekend Reading

09/05/10 - 02:28 PM EDT

It feels like stock investors want to rally for a while. They're celebrating good news and shrugging off bad news.

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