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India bulls will make money, euro bears will make money, but PIIGS will get slaughtered.
Keep an eye on the Dow Jones Utility Average (DJU) for a potential break of 405.
But with Egypt settling down and the majority of earnings in, it will be easy to be complacent -- so stay vigilant.
We are interested in the volatility difference that has opened up in the TTM puts between February and March and want to trade that.
In this market, whatever has been down tends to pick up shorts and rally. This group could be next.
India, Korea and Indonesia would pick up the slack in demand if China weakens, fund manager says.
Brazil's telecom and India's technology stocks were the major gainers during the last week.
The trading panel discussed the troubling signs in gold's descent.
Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro (HBSS), a nationally recognized consumer rights law firm, is investigating claims by Land Rover owners that certain vehicles are suffering total engine failure, allegedly caused by a...
Here are five Indian stocks that will likely provide attractive returns during 2011 and beyond.
Qiao Xing Mobile was the big winner in China last week after gaining 30%.
China's rare earths metal stocks rallied on export quota slash, while solar stocks declined.
Newcomers Netflix and F5 Networks light up the index this year.
These stocks clocked significant gains in 2010, outperforming the broader indices.
China's telecom and India's technology sector were last week's winners.
Positive manufacturing data from most countries pushed the global markets higher during the past week.
Shares of Chinese power generation systems provider A-Power Energy tanked in premarket trading after the company reduced its full-year guidance.
QE2 is a reason to be bullish, Roosevelt fund manager says.
Gregg Greenberg breaks down today's market action. Guests include Doug Noland, portfolio manager for the Federated Prudent Bear Fund, Nainesh Shah, portfolio manager for the Roosevelt Multi Cap Fund, David Orell, author of "econoMyths" and Mike Gregoire, CEO of Taleo
It turns out that in 2010 some of the biggest, greasiest and loudest money was made by automakers.
China's decision to raise banks' reserve ratio requirements and Irish debt crisis forced global markets to trade relatively flat or lower.
Stocks from China rose on good earnings, while Brazil shares mostly moved lower last week.
Jaguar Land Rover's recent performance suggests further upsides for Tata Motors.
A few emerging market ADRs generated lucrative returns for investors during the past one month.
These auto and auto-related stocks could heat up as the General Motors IPO approaches
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