• Markets Right Now: Stocks open lower on Wall Street

    29 days ago - By Chron

    NEW YORK - The latest on developments in financial markets :
    9:35 a.m.
    U.S. stocks are opening mostly lower on Wall Street as losses for technology companies and banks weigh on the market.
    IBM slumped 7.6 percent in early trading Wednesday after reporting revenue for the latest quarter that came in below analysts' forecasts.
    Banks were also lower. Bank of America slipped 1 percent.
    Netflix soared 5.8 percent after reporting solid subscriber gains.
    Stocks are coming off their biggest gain in six months.
    The S&P 500 index fell 7 points, or 0.3 percent, to 2,802.
    The Dow Jones Industrial...
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  • America's Student Loan Debt Crisis Is About to Get Much Worse

    29 days ago - By Fortune

    While Wall Street and U.S. President Donald Trump tout news of a booming stock market and low unemployment, college students may be quick to roll their eyes. The improved economy has yet to mean higher wages for graduates already struggling to pay down massive debt, let alone ease the minds of students staring down the barrel of six-digit loan obligations yet to come.
    Federal student loans are the only consumer debt segment with continuous cumulative growth since the Great Recession. As the cost of tuition and borrowing continue to rise, the result is a widening default crisis that even...
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  • This 7.2% Dividend Will Soar In 2019

    29 days ago - By Forbes

    A game-changing story about stocks just broke-and you almost certainly missed it.
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  • Stock futures cool after strong rally; Fed minutes awaited

    29 days ago - By Reuters

    U.S. stock futures fell on Wednesday, a day after Wall Street's strongest rally in seven months, as investors were disappointed with IBM's results and remained cautious ahead of the minutes of Federal Reserve's latest meeting.
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  • German Stocks Just Broke 9-Year Support, And Could Hurt The U.S

    German Stocks Just Broke 9-Year Support, And Could Hurt The U.S

    29 days ago - By ETF Daily News

    From Chris Kimble : While so many are wondering if the stock market bounce today will hold, they might want to look to Germany for clues to where stocks in the states could be headed in the near future.
    The chart looks at the DAX index from Germany. The DAX has remained inside of rising channel (1) since the 2009 lows. Over the past year, the DAX could be creating a head & shoulders topping pattern, just above 9-year support.
    The action of late has the DAX attempting to break 9-year support and the neckline at (2) this week. Keep a close eye on the DAX in the next couple of weeks because...
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