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  • Stock Futures Rise With Asia on China Stimulus Bets, Tech

    European and U.S. equity futures followed stocks higher in Asia, where Japan’s Topix index capped its biggest gain in eight weeks, amid a rebound in technology shares and speculation China may do more to combat slowing growth. New Zealand’s dollar dropped while gold retreated.

  • U.S. Stocks Rise as Tech Shares Rebound Amid Earnings

    U.S. stocks rose a second day, after equities posted the worst week since 2012, as earnings from Coca-Cola Co. and Johnson & Johnson overwhelmed concerns that tensions in Ukraine are worsening.

  • U.S. Stocks Rebound as Treasuries Climb, Commodities Slip

    U.S. stocks climbed for a second day as optimism grew over corporate earnings and the Nasdaq Composite Index rebounded after falling near its average level for the past 200 days. Treasuries rose amid increasing tensions in Ukraine, while emerging markets slumped on signs China’s economy is slowing.

  • U.S. Stocks Rally on Citigroup, Data as Treasuries Drop

    The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rebounded from the worst weekly loss in two years, weathering a selloff in the final hour, after retail sales rose the most since 2012 and Citigroup Inc.’s earnings unexpectedly rose. Treasuries fell with the ruble and commodities advanced on concern the situation in Ukraine is worsening.

  • Not a Real Bear Party Until S&P 500’s 200-Day Average Is Broken

    They say it’s not really a party until something gets broken, and it’s not really a proper freakout in stocks until the 200-day moving average is busted.

  • S&P 500 Has Worst Week Since January on Valuation Concern

    The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index and Nasdaq Composite Index capped their worst week since 2012, with stocks most beloved by hedge funds plunging amid concern valuations have climbed too high as earnings season starts.

  • Nasdaq Composite Falls Most Since 2011 Amid Tech Selloff

    U.S. stocks tumbled, with the Nasdaq Composite Index falling the most since 2011, as a technology selloff resumed amid concern valuations may be too high at the start of earnings season.

  • Nasdaq Falls Most Since 2011 as Tech Selloff Resumes

    U.S. stocks fell, with the Nasdaq Composite Index sinking the most since 2011, as technology shares resumed a selloff on concern valuations are too high as earnings season begins. Treasury rates sank to a three-week low on speculation interest-rate increases won’t be accelerated.

  • Stock-Market Tango of Price, Earnings Has Two Left Feet

    There’s a mystery brewing in the stock market that Robbert Van Batenburg would like to tell you about.

  • U.S. Stocks Rally on Fed Minutes Amid Jump in Tech Shares

    U.S. stocks rallied, with technology shares gaining the most in two months, as minutes from the Federal Reserve’s last meeting eased concern about the timing of future interest-rate increases.

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