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Homegamers dialed up equity exposure for the March 2015 reading of TD Ameritrade's Investor Movement Index (IMX).
CEO Gabi Seligsohn speaks with TheStreet about Kornit Digital and its IPO on the Nasdaq Market.
Alcoa (AA) kicks off earnings on Wednesday. Other key earnings include Bed, Bath & Beyond (BBBY), Pier 1 (PIR), Rite Aid (RAD), Walgreen (WAG) and Constellation Brands (STZ).
Healthcare, Financials and Technology IPOs dominated Nasdaq listings for 1Q15 as the Exchange captured 68% of U.S. IPO activity.
The biggest thing moving the price of oil continues to be the price of the U.S. dollar, says Luke Rahbari of Stutland Volatility Group.
Investing in emerging markets should be viewed on a country-by-country basis as each economy and debt structure is very different, says Evan Welch, portfolio manager at Antaeus Wealth Advisors.
The all-important Non-Farm Payrolls report is scheduled to be released on Friday, April 3, even though markets are closed in observance of Good Friday.
Hecla Mining CEO Phillips Baker, Jr. says long-term silver fundamentals and industrial demand are improving, not just in emerging markets but worldwide.
Henry Schwartz, President of Trade Alert, says options order flow was very quiet into the deal announcement, but looking further back, interesting call volume on March 10 was detected.
The impact of volatile swings in the currency market and pull back in the U.S. dollar have put a bid under commodities.