Andrew Bulkeley was a Berlin-based European correspondent for The Deal for over a decade. Andrew has covered some of Europe's biggest deals, including the marriage and divorce of Daimler and Chrysler, Vodafone's record acquisition of Mannesmann, and the turbulent non-sale of General Motor's Opel.
Futures point to a lower open Friday as investors consider their trades after the election rally.
Japanese investors encouraged by a stronger dollar while U.S. investors look like they're catching their breath after Wednesday's rally.
After an up day on Wall Street, futures moved into the red as investors wait and see.
Investors don't know whether to cheer Friday's job report or fear Tuesday's election, so they're doing nothing instead.
The Dow and S&P look set for a lower open while the Nasdaq gains as investors worry about the election.
Futures were lower as investors worried about the Fed's Wednesday announcement and the outcome of next Tuesday's election.
Futures point up after a sideways day on Wall Street as investors get distracted once again by the presidential election.
The October surprise may turn out to be a surprise jump in Q3 GDP--Friday will tell.
General Electric, whose CEO is refocusing the company on manufacturing after spinning off its lucrative lending business, is in "partnership talks" with oilfield services provider Baker Hughes.
Investors are beginning to wonder if earnings growth validates sky-high valuations while being unable to forget about a potential December rate increase.
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