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  1. US stocks slip as energy companies take losses
  2. Stocks close lower, weighed down by falling oil prices and weak earnings
  3. Stocks Fall on Declines in Energy Sector
  4. Asian stocks retreat ahead of Fed, BOJ meetings
  5. Wall St. now expects rate hike much later this year: Survey
  6. Stocks open modestly higher; oil prices and energy shares are up
  7. U.S. stocks pressured ahead of big tech earnings
  8. [$$] Weak Dollar Gives a Lift to U.S. Earnings
  9. This Thursday Marks The Second Longest Equity Bull Market Ever
  10. The 3 Best ETFs to Short the S&P 500 (SH, SDS)
  11. International Paper tops Street 1Q forecasts
  12. GLOBAL MARKETS-Weak results drag on tech stocks; dollar drops before Fed
  13. Fed frets less over world economy; June rate hike odds rise
  14. Dollar, U.S. stock futures edge up after Fed; BOJ awaited
  15. Asia shares, FX rise after Fed; oil eyed
  16. [$$] Yen surges and stocks hit as BoJ stands pat
  17. Can Progressive Growth Help Colgate’s 1Q16 Valuation Multiple?
  18. Stocks Mixed; Domino’s Grows Cold After Q1 Miss
  19. Dow logs worst one-day point drop since Feb. 11; Apple weighs
  20. Correction: Earns-Dr Pepper Snapple Group story
  21. [$$] U.S. Growth Starts Year in Familiar Rut
  22. Global stocks lower mixed after Wall Street slide
  23. US Stock Indices Fell Due to Caution ahead of the FOMC Meeting
  24. Healthcare stocks, weak data weigh on Wall Street
  25. Stocks End Week On A Downer; Strong Earnings From Amazon No Help
  26. [$$] Oil Patch Relieved By Price Rebound
  27. [$$] Apple Is Now the Most Generous Dividend Payer of All
  28. Week Ahead: Jobs Report Looms But Earnings Season Not Done Yet
  29. 3 Reasons Bank of America's Stock Rose 7.6% in April
  30. The Week Ahead: Potholes on the Value Path
  31. Buffett says hedge funds are a bad deal for investors
  32. Stanphyl Ups Tesla – Calls It “market’s biggest single- company stock bubble”
  33. Boyle Capital On Berkshire Hathaway
  34. Best Low-Volatility Stocks for the Next Bear Market
  35. Action Alerts PLUS: Apple Gets Bruised, and So Does the Market
  36. Sell in May? Not so fast!
  37. Asian Stocks Slide After Yen Caps Biggest Gain Since 2008 Crisis
  38. Apple, Ford and GM: Doug Kass' Views
  39. Wall Street stocks lined up for moderate gains ahead of ISM data
  40. Warren Buffett Wide-Ranging Interview
  41. The laziest investing argument in the world gets completely blown up
  42. Will Apple continue its losing streak? Fedspeak and more questions for Tuesday
  43. [$$] Australian markets in focus as RBA meets
  44. Mylan tops 1Q profit forecasts
  45. Expeditors International posts 1Q profit
  46. Stocks tumble as Dow drops 200 amid China-inspired growth fears
  47. Slow & Lower: Dow Drops 140 Points as Global Growth Concerns Weigh on Stocks
  48. Global shares lose to bonds as deflation danger dominates
  49. Asian stocks fall 2nd day on global growth concern
  50. Global stocks lower on growth concern
  51. Wall St opens lower as private jobs data weighs
  52. Investors hope for more clarity from Trump and Clinton
  53. Charlie Munger And The Cattle Rancher
  54. Stocks Fall as Investors Flee From Risk
  55. Asian stocks follow Wall Street lower after uneven US data
  56. Regeneron beats 1Q profit forecasts
  57. Youtube - A Great Resource For Value Investors!
  58. Druckenmiller Makes Bold -- But Not New -- Call on Markets
  59. Tesla Downshifts and Fitbit Inc. Slumps on a Flat Day for Stocks
  60. Nishkama Capital On GARP Investment Management
  61. Asian shares lower ahead of closely watched US jobs report
  62. Mueller Industries raises dividend 33%
  63. Warren Buffett And The Genie
  64. Endo Pharma’s stock is on track to log its largest one-day loss in 14 years
  65. Week in Review: Disappointing Jobs Report Caps Off Week of Worries
  66. [$$] What the Jobs Report Means for the Fed in June
  67. [$$] The Pros Pick 20 ETFs for Today's Market
  68. In Retrospect, Jobs Data Not All Bad; Retail Sales And PPI Ahead
  69. The Week Ahead: The Bubble No One Is Discussing
  70. A Trump presidency has some Wall Street bulls running wild
  71. Don't Kid Yourselves. Robot Sellers Haven't Vanished From Stocks
  72. [$$] Hedge funds with crowded positions feel the pressure
  73. [$$] What now for the dollar: big questions for markets this week
  74. Trifecta Stocks: Watch Earnings, Data to Gauge Economy's Tone
  75. CONSUMERS IN FOCUS: Your complete preview of the week's big economic events
  76. Asian shares open mixed, oil prices rally
  77. Asia stocks weaker after soft U.S. jobs, China trade data
  78. Canada, Saudi Arabia oil news mulled on Wall Street
  79. Stocks Climb Early Monday Despite Oil Price Slide
  80. U.S. stocks fight to stay in the green as weak oil caps upside
  81. Healthcare, Biotech SPDR Indexes Gain on May 9 as US Dollar Rises
  82. Nasdaq Gains on Health-Care, Biotech Rally
  83. Despite Weak Results, Philip Morris’s Valuation Beats Its Peers
  84. Dow futures press higher as oil rallies, with jobs data on deck
  85. The One Thing Everyone Is Forgetting and How The Greatest Breakout Still Hasn’t Happe
  86. US STOCKS-Amazon delivers S&P 500 its best day in two months
  87. Asian Stocks Rise for Second Day Amid Rally in Commodity Prices
  88. Asian stocks uneven as oil falls, China concerns loom
  89. Stock market’s new real estate sector gives REITs a home
  90. Wall Street drops as Disney, Macy's weigh on consumer stocks
  91. Macy's forecast drives sell-off in U.S. retailer shares
  92. Macy's forecast helps trigger sell-off in U.S. retailers
  93. [$$] Stocks Drop on Consumer-Spending Worries
  94. Asian shares wilt after Wall Street slide, dollar firms
  95. Further downside exists for the S&P over the next two months
  96. Wall Street falls as Apple hits two-year low
  97. US stocks turn higher as consumers look for safe picks
  98. Oil Retreats From High; Asia Index Futures Fall After Apple Drop
  99. [$$] New Real Estate Component in S&P Index Could Leave Financial Stocks Adrift
  100. European Stock Benchmarks Slip as Oil Slides
  101. Think Fast – Lessons For Dating, Investing
  102. Dow sinks 140 points as stocks carve out fresh session lows
  103. The Role of Luck in Investing
  104. U.S. Stocks Slide, Posting Weekly Losses
  105. Why Druckenmiller Recommends Investing in Gold
  106. Why does Goldman Sachs want your deposit money?
  107. This stock market is down but not out
  108. These high-yielding, dividend-paying stocks put money in your pocket
  109. Death To Soda: Nelson Peltz Joins Bill Ackman
  110. The S&P 500 Valuation Tool That Shows 2007 Peak a Long Way Away
  111. An Attractive Vanguard Dividend Fund Turns 10
  112. How investors can profit from ‘funny’ corporate accounting
  113. Here Are The 5 Largest Companies In The US Right Now
  114. Asia set for modest open as traders digest China data
  115. [$$] Most Asia markets start week on positive note
  116. The Trader Daily: Watching for the Next Break Low
  117. Stock Futures Higher As Oil Climbs; Apple, Yahoo Get Buffett Boosts
  118. Here’s how investors are duped each earnings season
  119. [$$] Freeport-McMoRan gains ground on broker upgrade
  120. This Retail Stock is Down Ahead of Earnings this Week
  121. Energy Shares Lead U.S. Market Higher
  122. The revolution investors have been fighting for is here
  123. Stocks slip as inflation hits 3-year high
  124. What the stock market’s pregnant pause is telling us
  125. Is The Stock Market Putting In A Floor Or A Trapdoor?
  126. Tokyo stocks fall after Japan's economy expands in first quarter
  127. [$$] GDP jump gives Japanese equities a boost
  128. Fed minutes to loom large on Wall Street
  129. Wall Street lower as retail shares weigh; U.S. Fed minutes eyed
  130. GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. dollar up on hawkish Fed; bank stocks rally
  131. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and Hormel Foods Corp Sink on Flat Day for Stocks
  132. Asian stocks slip as Fed rate hike signals spook investors
  133. 10 things you need to know before the opening bell
  134. Walmart's Big Gains Can't Stem Sharp Market Declines
  135. Stocks turn negative for 2016 on more hints rate hikes coming
  136. Fed rate hike concerns set to continue denting Asia markets
  137. Morning News Call - India, May 20
  138. Asian shares set for weekly loss, Fed talk lifts dollar
  139. The stocks J.P. Morgan says are actually worth buying right now
  140. European stocks rebound before G7 meeting
  141. Wall Street ends volatile week on high note as tech leads
  142. 12 Months Of “Close But No Cigar” In The Stock Market
  143. Unloved bull market: It's been a year since latest record
  144. More Turmoil Ahead? Rate Hikes Back On Table, Bringing Choppy Action
  145. The 3 Best Retirement Funds for Your 401(k)
  146. 5 Stocks to Sell in May Before They Destroy Your Portfolio
  147. This will be a good year for markets, but this could end it all: Analyst
  148. Asset Managers Can Be Wonderful Businesses
  149. Week Ahead: More Fed Talk to Cause Jitters as June Meeting Comes Into Focus
  150. I See a W Pattern in the S&P; Here's What That Means
  151. International markets roundup
  152. [$$] Investors Check Out of Europe
  153. Taiwan to launch futures contracts for U.S., India benchmark indexes
  154. Markets to Fed: You don’t have our blessing to hike yet, Fidelity expert says
  155. U.S. stocks rise as Bayer’s bid for Monsanto lifts materials shares
  156. S&P 500 Struggles for Gains as Rate Hike Worries Paralyze Markets
  157. Is Stock Shorting Smart If You Aren't Jim Chanos?
  158. U.S. Stocks Slip on Light Volume
  159. [$$] Stocks cower in Fed spotlight
  160. AutoZone misses 3Q profit forecasts
  161. US stocks jump as rising interest rates send banks higher
  162. Wall Street surges over 1 percent, banks and tech rally
  163. Second Half For Stocks Could Be Very Good
  164. [$$] Asian markets follow Wall Street higher
  165. [$$] European equities top list of bad trades
  166. Even With Gains, Investors Have Little Enthusiasm for Stocks
  167. CEO pay climbs again, even as their stock prices don't
  168. Energy companies lead the way as US stocks keep rising
  169. Asia Stocks Rise as Economic Optimism Fuels Global Stocks Rally
  170. Oil prices top $50, Asian shares struggle on China worries
  171. [$$] Global Stocks Steady
  172. Wall Street flat as stocks pause after recent rally
  173. Stocks flat as Dow struggles to extend two-day rally
  174. Here's what traders will be watching before they head to the beach
  175. U.S. Stocks Inch Lower After Two-Day Rally
  176. Asia stocks edge up after U.S. data, dollar consolidates month's gains
  177. Wall Street awaits GDP data and Yellen’s speech
  178. These dividend ‘kings’ have had average annual returns of up to 21% for 25 years
  179. US stocks rise as Yellen talks rate hike
  180. [$$] Oil Driller Taps Different Well of Financing
  181. U.S. Stocks Rise, Notching Strong Weekly Gains
  182. Wall St Weekahead: Fed reaction to data barrage is focus for stocks
  183. Wall Street looks to economic data for clues on the Fed
  184. Interesting Interest Rates: The Life Cycle of a Key Financial Metric
  185. Recession worries? Get over it–stocks are climbing 10%, this bull says
  186. Expect Stock Volatility This Summer Amid Amped Political, FOMC Rhetoric
  187. Goldman Sachs’ Recommended Reading List – Industry Background and Flavor Part II
  188. Long-Tenured Fund Manager Passes the Torch
  189. Best Vanguard Funds for Retirement Income
  190. Depressing 1930s chart shows what happened the last time we had Trump-like trade poli
  191. Asian Index Futures Signal Gains After Yellen; Yen Extends Drop
  192. Goldman Sachs’ Recommended Reading List – Written About, By or For Money Managers and
  193. Asian markets mixed, Shanghai up 0.2%
  194. The 3 Best USAA Mutual Funds
  195. Global stocks rise as UK, US markets remain shut for holiday
  196. Ever Looked At Quantitative Value Investing? You Should
  197. Treasuries Lose Their Lead Over Shares as Fed Moves Toward Shift
  198. U.S. Index Futures Are Little Changed as Focus Returns to Data
  199. Here are the 67 most important investors of all time
  200. 5 Stocks to Watch this Week 5/31 - WDAY, ASNA, KORS, CBRL, AMBA
  201. Business Highlights
  202. Asia stocks sag as oil slip dampens sentiment, dollar stalls
  203. Asia shares wobble as oil slip dampens sentiment, dollar stalls
  204. Weak Chinese PMI data knocks US futures
  205. U.S. stocks trim losses after mixed ISM data
  206. S&P 500 Turns Positive After Beige Book Reveals 'Modest' Growth
  207. Hedge Funds Could Lose 25 Pct Of AUM In 2016
  208. Stocks Start June Near Break-Even
  209. Asian shares mixed, markets plagued by uncertainty
  210. U.S. stock futures drift south as OPEC summit gets underway, ADP looms
  211. [$$] CEO Pay Shrinks 4.6 pct, Offers Weak Reflection of Performance
  212. After an early wobble, US stocks edge higher in late trade
  213. Lululemon founder blasts the company and says it has 'lost its way'
  214. [$$] Asia markets quiet as US jobs report looms
  215. World stocks edge toward one-month high; U.S. jobs data eyed for Fed clues
  216. Europe falls sharply after US jobs miss jolts markets
  217. Stocks, dollar, bond yields tumble as weak U.S. jobs data stuns
  218. The Economy is A Mosaic - S&P 500 Intrinsic Value Update
  219. U.S. Stocks, Dollar Fall After Jobs Report
  220. After grim payrolls, focus turns to economy
  221. Investors face anxious quiet before Fed meeting, Brexit storm
  222. Here Are the 10 Best-Performing Stocks in May
  223. What it’ll take for the S&P 500 to scale the ‘great wall’ of 2,100
  224. Volatility May Be Headed Much Higher
  225. Stocks, dollar, bond yields tumble as weak U.S. jobs data stuns
  226. After grim payrolls, focus turns to U.S. economy
  227. What to Watch in the Stock Market This Week
  228. What it’ll take for the S&P 500 to scale the ‘great wall’ of 2,100
  229. Asian shares rise, dollar nurses losses after jobs shock
  230. Nikkei tumbles, yen surges after US jobs data bites into dollar
  231. Wall Street stocks inch higher as investors wait for word from Fed’s Yellen
  232. Stocks open higher as Street awaits Yellen
  233. Janet Yellen forecasts rate hikes but no longer gives ‘coming months’ promise
  234. S&P 500 rally goes 41 days without 1% drop
  235. U.S. Stocks Advance as Investors Parse Yellen Speech
  236. Asia stocks rise, dollar eases as Yellen green-lights risk
  237. U.S. stock futures show S&P stretching for a fresh record
  238. World stocks up on growth boost, oil
  239. Oil tops $50 as stocks approach record highs
  240. Trading the laggards: Stocks that have been left out of the recent rally
  241. Asia markets trade mostly lower; energy plays get boost as oil holds above $50
  242. MORNING BID EUROPE-EU: Poor marks, must do better
  243. World stocks struggle to build on highs as Europe weighs
  244. Dollar at five-week low boosts commodities; stocks gain
  245. US STOCKS-Wall St climbs for 3rd day as dollar weakens
  246. Stocks near all-time high on rising oil prices
  247. [$$] Japanese shares hit by weak data and rising yen
  248. How oil rescued the stock market
  249. Global bond market rally puts financial stocks under pressure
  250. Get real: Billions set to pour into real-estate investments