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IMF called on central banks worldwide not to raise interest rates, pressuring the Fed. Rio Tinto expects iron ore demand to grow despite China's slowdown. Chinese markets closed today, tomorrow.
The trading day isn't just one session anymore, it's actually three distinct sessions. And the confusion that creates is feeding the defeatism in the market.
Stocks in China fell by 4% earlier on news regulators urged brokerages to clean up 'grey market' margin lending. Some brokerages reportedly to buy stocks worth about $5 billion.
China factory activity shrinks at fastest pace in three years in August. Eurozone factory growth also slowed last month.
Doug Kass shares his views on bonds, Blackstone's/GSO Strategic Credit fund and online social media powerhouses Twitter and Facebook.
Doug Kass shares his views on the financial services company Radian, 10-year Treasuries and banking giants Bank of America, Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the four leaders of the market and the real world. Facebook, Amazon.com, Toll Brothers and Best Buy are among the many stocks discussed here.
Jim Cramer shares his views on China's effect on biotech and pharma. Celgene, Pfizer, Regeneron and Receptos are among the many stocks discussed here.
Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said there is 'good reason' to expect inflation to rise and stabilize.
This was a week that showed unprecedented volatility and, perhaps more importantly, eye-popping frailty of the entire equity asset class. Each day packed a punch and each day yielded lessons.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass looked at the big board and saw Big Brother's face peering back, and offered lessons from the market's recent gyrations.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses why he's less worried about the downside, macro issues, and when he lacks trust in the markets.
Bearish sentiment returns to the energy patch; it makes sense to own gold now.
Chinese markets settled down somewhat today. Schlumberger to acquire oilfield equipment manufacturer Cameron International for $14.8 billion. World trade suffered biggest contraction since financial crisis in first half of year.
It seems no one is ready to add risk before Labor Day and many gold bugs are staying on the sidelines.
German businesses seem unperturbed by recent turmoil. Also: Monsanto sweetened bid for Syngenta with offer valuing company at $46 billion.
The Nikkei fell over 4.5%. European stock markets opened about 3% lower. The dollar fell, with chances of a Fed interest rate hike delayed. Oil price hits six-year low.
Here are four reasons stocks were down as much as they were Friday. And here's the road we're on.
Doug Kass shares his views on buying opportunities in the market selloff.
Doug Kass shares his views on why Morgan Stanley's new price target on Tesla is "whack," and why Northwest Bancshares' stock has been resilient.
Jim Cramer shares his views on one breakdown after another and cash in a toxic selloff. PPG Industries, Dow Chemical, Core Labs and Chevron are among the many stocks discussed.
Jim Cramer shares his views on an ambush for the bulls and the inevitability factor. Disney, Clorox, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto are among the many stocks discussed here.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discussed why commentators should explain the calculations behind their market conclusions, and warns it's time to batten down the hatches.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses the downside of cheap oil, risky economic conditions, and why housing has no backup if it stumbles.
The exchange-traded fund will reach oversold levels if it falls to the $330-$335 area from the current $346.