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And avoided two closes below the DMA. One of those equities up, yields up, crude up, USD up days.
Not a shabby way to go into the weekend. Traders on the floor of Wall Street look a little cheerier today, as they watched shares rise rather than slide That sharp decline, after a series of record highs of late, is making some investors reassess the health of the markets. But did the fall go too far?
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Some analysts are predicting better times ahead, at least in the short term. As Marketwatch puts it:. Late-Thursday stock trading was characterized by powerful gyrations amounting to hundreds of points that took place within minutes. However, some technical analysts make the case that the market has reached an oversold condition, where further declines may not be justified.
There is likely more volatility to come in the weeks ahead. Back in the UK, the chairman of cake and cafe chain Patisserie Valerie has dipped, deep, into his pocket to keep it afloat.
At least two of its shops closed today, and finance director Chris Martin was arrested. Technology, consumer goods and basic materials companies are all pushing the Dow higher today. Credit card firm Visa is the top riser, up 3. The Dow is currently up 90 points, or 0.
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After jumping in early trading, shares dipped through the afternoon as traders became edgier again. Most indices have ended the day in the red, again, meaning the Stoxx index of top European companies has lost 4.
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Europe lags far behind the United States in terms of earnings growth, and stronger results will be critical in luring back some of the billions that have been pulled out of European stocks this year. The FTSE has closed 11 points lower at That takes it to a new six-month low, and deeper into a correction. After a strong start, the major indices are heading back to earth as the closing bell approaches.