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Here are some rules for the short-term game, and some possible prey to get you started.
Bucking the macro backdrop, stocks struggle while Treasuries rally. Plus, foreign capital inflows wane.
With price action unlikely to follow logic this coming week, chart-reading skills will be critical.
The market is mimicking a tilt-a-whirl as it swings unpredictably in first one direction then another.
Take a look at possible plays in Time Warner Telecom, Barnes & Noble and more.
With all the doom and gloom in the sector, telecom has bottomed. Here's how to play the rebound.
The best-funded carriers are struggling, and even healthy-looking picks are speculative.
Fourth-quarter EBITDA is $2.8 billion, slightly higher than expected.
What Wall Street wants to push the next time it's possible to float an IPO.
In the competitive local exchange carrier game, those with the foresight not to bank too heavily on data services may yet prosper.
Stick with top players like McLoed, XO and Time Warner Telecom and ride out short-term volatility, analysts say.
The assets of GST, which filed for bankruptcy protection on May 17, were auctioned off in open bidding this week.
DLJ's chief investment officer predicts a 'credit crunch' will get the Fed to ease by March 2001.
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