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  1. Asian markets continue soaring to new highs, but show signs of cooling
  2. Europe Extends Gains, Wall Street Pushes Higher Ahead of Jobs Report
  3. Stocks scale new record highs, dollar stuck
  4. Wall Street higher as investors shrug off weak December jobs data
  5. Dow is a quarter of the way to 26,000 with nearly 200-point rally
  6. Last year's S&P 500 winners could still have room to run
  7. [$$] The Unwanted Guest at the Party
  8. U.S. fund managers expect value stocks to jump in 2018
  9. Analysts expect their favorite Nasdaq stocks to rise as much as 43% in 2018
  10. Energy Sector Could Benefit Most From Trump’s Tax Plan
  11. The Charts Say Gold Is Going Much Higher In 2018 And Beyond (GLD)
  12. Millennials are getting older — and that’s good for stocks
  13. Asia Stock Bulls Have Another Reason to Stay Positive: Earnings
  14. Five 2017 Stock Winners Have Carved Bases For New Runs: S&P 500 Futures
  15. [$$] ‘Smart Beta’ Soaking Up Money Even As Performance Lags
  16. Europe Tops 2015 Highs, Wall Street Looks to Extend Best Start in Over a Decade
  17. Here’s another milestone the S&P 500 could surpass in the coming sessions
  18. Are We Heading Into a 50% "Melt-Up" Like Grantham Thinks?
  19. [$$] As Stocks Reach New Highs, Investors Abandon Hedges
  20. Asian shares edge up, yen jumps as BOJ trims bond buying
  21. Why Rising Inflation Won’t Necessarily Lead To Higher Treasury Rates (TLT)
  22. U.S. job openings fall to a six-month low, but that’s because companies have been hir
  23. Dow industrials see 100-point climb as banks, health-care stocks rally
  24. Don't Get Burned When a Stock Cuts Its Dividend
  25. No Way! Dow Gains 100 Points, S&P 500 Hits New High
  26. Gold inches down on higher U.S. Treasury yields
  27. Supervalu beats profit expectations, but sales fall short
  28. Dimon thinks even his own economist at J.P. Morgan is dead wrong about GDP, predicts
  29. Report that Trump will announce end of Nafta pact adds to stock-market jitters
  30. Nice Try! Dow Ends Down, S&P 500 Snaps Its Streak
  31. [$$] Treasurys Stumble Again Amid Foreign-Demand Worries
  32. Asian shares mixed after Wall Street rally fizzles
  33. Big bank stocks have plenty of juice left — here’s why
  34. US STOCKS-Wall St higher on gains in energy, industrial stocks
  35. Wall Street rises with oil prices, earnings optimism
  36. Apple, Wal-Mart Are Just Below Buy Points, But Stock Charts Flash This Warning: S&P 5
  37. U.S. Stocks Rebound as Energy Shares Surge
  38. DJIA futures jump 100 points as dollar sags
  39. Gains for retailers push S&P 500 higher; rates rise
  40. Investors pile into stock market as ‘bull capitulation begins’: BAML
  41. [$$] A Place Where Stocks Still Have Reason to Rally
  42. [$$] The S&P 500 Is on Pace to Triple This Year
  43. S&P 500 Wraps Up Yet Another Impressive Week Of Gains (SPY)
  44. This epic stock-market rally will get a second wind from stellar earnings
  45. Amazon stock jumps to 9th straight gain as another analyst’s target cracks $1,400
  46. Why Low-Fee Vanguard Market Neutral Lagged in 2017
  47. How Political Turmoil Could Push Oil Above $70 (USO)
  48. Apple's Move Into Buy Range Left Much To Be Desired — And Then There's This
  49. How Facebook’s newsfeed change is stoking uncertainty about its future
  50. Asia shares hit historic high, dollar on defensive
  51. SE Asia Stocks-Rise as Wall St gains boost risk appetite; Thailand hits record
  52. Asia shares hit historic highs, dollar slips anew
  53. U.S. oil companies expected to produce gusher profits — and big gains for investors
  54. Chinese Online Leisure Travel Company High on Share Repurchase Program
  55. Why You Need To Watch These 5 Key Earnings Reports On Tap: S&P 500 Futures
  56. [$$] The Momentum Game Has Returned to the Stock Market
  57. Dow Futures Add 230 Points, Hong Kong Hits Record as Global Stocks Power Ahead
  58. Bitcoin bloodbath highlights these defensive cryptocurrency strategies
  59. Dow tops 26,000, but fails to close above milestone
  60. Don't Give Up On These 4 Stocks That Closed Just Below Buys: S&P 500 Futures
  61. Stocks Retreat After Dow Crosses 26000 Milestone
  62. European Stocks Slip, Wall Street Futures Hold Firm Amid U.S. Dollar Rebound
  63. Stocks rise, but bank weakness keeps Dow from retaking 26,000
  64. Fed’s Beige Book finds muted reaction to Republican tax plan
  65. Business Highlights
  66. [$$] ‘Melt-Up’ Rally Propels Dow Above 26000 as Fear Turns to Greed
  67. Asian shares mixed, reverse early gains echoing Wall Street
  68. Wall Street Futures Bump Higher on China GDP, Potential Apple Tax Boost
  69. Dow holds on to 26,000, but stock market under pressure as energy sector slips
  70. Six Stocks That Are Beating the Market
  71. The Bull Market Isn't in Danger of Ending Yet
  72. More than half of S&P 500 stocks are up 20% or more since Trump took office
  73. Europe Books Cautious Gains, Wall Street Slips as U.S. Government Shutdown Looms
  74. United Airlines Will Launch Premium Economy Cabins in 2018: LIVE MARKETS BLOG
  75. Markets Right Now: US stocks mostly rise in midday trade
  76. Wall Street ends higher despite government shutdown threat
  77. [$$] Why Hedge Fund Soroban Is Shrinking on Purpose
  78. What’s News: Business & Finance
  79. 7 of the Best Commission-Free ETFs at TD Ameritrade in 2018
  80. Ford earnings: Disappointing outlook, stock weakness among stumbling blocks
  81. White House says President Trump in regular contact Saturday with Hill Republicans ov
  82. Stock-market investors eager for more guidance on tax-cut impact
  83. Workday, These 3 Energy Stocks Are Near Buy Points In First-Stage Bases
  84. IBM could struggle just to meet its disappointing outlook
  85. Where Netflix goes, Big Tech may follow
  86. [$$] Euro, Yen Tell Two Different Tales of Negative Rates
  87. Asian stocks advance despite US government shutdown
  88. Europe, Wall Street Futures Drift Lower as US Government Shutdown Hits Third Day
  89. Why Analysts See Healthy Growth in Colgate-Palmolive’s 4Q17 Sales
  90. US stocks had a good first year under Trump, but overseas markets did better
  91. These 5 Top Techs Rally Late On Earnings News, Trump Moves: S&P 500 Futures
  92. Asian markets heat up after fresh records on Wall Street; BOJ stays pat
  93. Wall Street edges higher on strong earnings
  94. Will rising bond yields slay the stock-market rally?
  95. 2 Retail Stocks Rebounding
  96. Head of world’s largest hedge fund says ‘if you’re holding cash, you’re going to feel
  97. Major Asian indexes close mostly higher; dollar index falls below 90
  98. GE reports 4Q loss
  99. Stock market climbs to records as financials rally on rising bond yields
  100. Wall Street flat in choppy session, Nasdaq lags
  101. Asia markets look set to open lower as greenback sells off
  102. Corrections & Amplifications
  103. Can anything stop the stock market's relentless rise?
  104. Stock futures higher with ECB, earnings on tap
  105. Dow breaks to triple-digit gain on the back of rally in 3M, Boeing stocks
  106. GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar rises, stocks pare gains after Trump talks up U.S. currency
  107. Veteran investors say cash is trash as momentum rockets stocks
  108. Dow Climbs to Record, Buoyed by Upbeat Earnings
  109. Asian shares recoup losses, dollar steady as eyes on Trump
  110. World stocks extend winning streak, dollar wilts again
  111. The Hot Stock & Biggest Loser: AbbVie & Wynn Resorts
  112. AMD earnings: Mining for crypto gold, more Spectre details
  113. [$$] Time to Get Selective on Consumer Staples
  114. Four stock picks from a money manager focused on dividend growth for over two decades
  115. These 27 S&P 500 stocks are blowing away the market with gains of 15% or more this mo
  116. Invest in 5 megatrends that can pay off without a bull market in stocks
  117. The Allocation Fund Investors Wish They Owned
  118. Dan Loeb Identifies 4 Key Risks Going Into 2018
  119. The S&P 500 Has Gone Parabolic, So Hurry Up and Buy These 22 Stocks
  120. Invest in 5 megatrends that can pay off without a bull market in stocks
  121. Asia shares seek to extend rally, dollar at mercy of bears
  122. European stocks seen higher as investors await economic data, earnings
  123. Technical charts signal a faster march to S&P 3,000
  124. Consumer spending hits 6-year high — as Americans cut savings to 12-year low
  125. Small-cap funds lag behind in stock-market stampede
  126. Asia stocks off record highs as Wall St flags, dollar firms on higher yields
  127. Dow futures slide 150 points, signaling another painful session
  128. Futures dip as bond yields, Apple again weighs
  129. Wall Street hit by rising bond yields, sinking health stocks
  130. US stocks drop for a second day in a row, led by health care
  131. Asian stocks inch lower, but shrug off steeper losses seen on Wall Street
  132. [$$] Rising Bond Yields Punish High-Dividend Stocks
  133. Global stocks mixed after Wall Street's sharp decline
  134. UK funds raise stocks to 2-1/2-year high, cash at five-year lows - Reuters poll
  135. S&P 500, NASDAQ, and Dow Pull Back, Weakness in US Markets
  136. US Market Indexes Gain on Wednesday
  137. Qualcomm earnings show weak forecast amid massive fines, tax charge
  138. Most Asian indexes advance, but China markets ease
  139. What you need to do now before the stock market’s inevitable tumble
  140. Dow opens 100 points lower as stock market starts February on a downbeat note
  141. Tech, bank stocks lead Wall Street higher
  142. Integrated Energy Losers this Week: CVE, YPF, CVX, CEO and PTR
  143. Blowout in bond yields rattles Asian stocks, buoys euro
  144. Apple, Amazon Lift Nasdaq Futures, But This Hits S&P 500 Late
  145. Dow futures tumble more than 250 points on jobs day
  146. Stocks Slide, Bond Yields Spike as U.S. Wages Rise Most Since Recession
  147. Big tech and energy companies lead US stocks sharply lower
  148. 3 Reasons Why the Trump Trade Has Officially Ended
  149. Dow Posts Biggest Weekly Fall in Two Years
  150. Interest rate angst trips up U.S. equity bull market
  151. After Heavy Losses, Rate Fears Remain As Concerns Of A Shutdown Could Re-Emerge
  152. GM earnings: Will the good times keep on rolling?
  153. Tony Robbins on stock market corrections: Get used to them
  154. Why these early retirees won’t touch bitcoin or other cryptos — and neither should yo
  155. Expect An S&P Low In Mid-February
  156. Here’s what these technical charts tell us about the stock market after last week’s s
  157. S&P 500 Futures Tumble As Sell-Off Continues; Broadcom Seen Hiking Qualcomm Bid
  158. [$$] The Surprising Good News About Demographics and the Stock Market
  159. Energy stocks have room to build on solid start
  160. Why stock-market investors might need to worry more about fiscal policy than the Fed
  161. How major US stock indexes fared on Monday
  162. [$$] Market Rout Shatters Lull in Volatility
  163. Global Markets: Stocks crumble in vicious sell-off as "goldilocks" trade unravels
  164. Dow futures swing wildly in battle to recover from historic selloff
  165. Dow Swings Sharply, Finishes 2.3% Higher
  166. What Broke the Market…and What Comes Next
  167. US stocks set for a lower open as volatile trading continues
  168. S&P, Dow rise as industrial, consumer stocks gain
  169. Why Sears Stock Is Crashing
  170. 2 Charts That Reveal the S&P 500 May Not Have Bottomed Yet
  171. GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares fragile, U.S. yields creep up after U.S. budget deal
  172. Wall Street Lurches Lower as Yields Rise; Europe, China Weaken in Jittery Trade
  173. Wall Street falls as investors remain on edge
  174. Why volatility is hitting ‘low vol’ strategies
  175. U.S. consumer companies a relative refuge in recent market turmoil
  176. Asian shares fall after Wall Street plunge
  177. Dow, S&P futures move higher after indexes close in correction territory
  178. Wall Street Poised for Rebound, But Volatility Keeps Global Markets Cautious
  179. Why The Stock Market Sold Off — And What You Should Do Now
  180. Wall Street rebounds but posts worst week in two years
  181. Head of the world’s largest hedge fund said you’d ‘feel pretty stupid’ holding cash—h
  182. Investors brace for more swings as U.S. inflation specter rises
  183. This week, financial markets stopped being boring
  184. How low will the Dow go? Brace yourself for the worst-case scenario
  185. Are the Wall Street Strategists Finally Right?
  186. Reports of the bull market’s death were greatly exaggerated
  187. Cardlytics IPO: What it’s like to go public during market madness
  188. This stock-market selloff is creating a rare opportunity to buy Apple on the cheap
  189. Restaurant sales fall in January as tax overhaul fails to boost spending
  190. This stock-market shakeout looks a lot like 1996-97
  191. U.S. stock futures gain, hinting at Monday rebound
  192. U.S. stock futures climb, point to rebound for Monday
  193. Dow futures rally more than 250 points, as focus turns to Trump’s infrastructure plan
  194. Economic Indicators Investors Should Watch Next Week
  195. Visa, Square Lead These 5 Stocks Reclaiming This Key Support Line: S&P 500, Dow Jones
  196. [$$] Market Volatility Strikes Exchange-Traded Products, Alarming Investors and Regul
  197. COLUMN-Speculators in biggest ever U-turn on low volatility bets: McGeever
  198. Stocks Trade Mixed, Nasdaq Turns Positive
  199. Wall Street regulator looking into VIX manipulation: WSJ
  200. The Market's Crashing: Is It Time to Buy or Sell?
  201. Here’s the trade that made $400 million on last week’s volatility spike
  202. Markets Q&A: Is the worst of stock market turmoil over?
  203. U.S. inflation test looms large, dollar pressured
  204. Explainer: Rising U.S. inflation and what it means for markets
  205. GLOBAL MARKETS-Bonds drop but stocks rally after spike in U.S. CPI
  206. Cisco, NetApp, Teva Lead Active Stocks Late, Including This Likely Breakout; S&P 500
  207. [$$] Harvard, Hawaii Gambled on Market Calm—Then Everything Changed
  208. Wall Street sets up for another day of gains as stock futures climb
  209. Treasury yields retreat from multiyear high as traders unwind shorts
  210. CBS shares rise on earnings beat
  211. [$$] Stocks Are Moving in Tandem. That Can Be Scary
  212. Apple's Stock Chart Improves; These 2 Techs Tumble Late: S&P 500 Futures
  213. World shares advance, Asia mostly closed for lunar new year
  214. Housing starts soar in January, building permits hit 10 1/2-year high
  215. What 2017 Brought for NVIDIA and AMD
  216. US Market Indexes Mixed on Friday, Higher for the Week
  217. [$$] Table: V3_VitalSigns_E.xml
  218. [$$] Stock-Picking, Machine Learning, and the Markets
  219. [$$] REITs Are Sending a Powerful Buy Signal
  220. Former SEC boss says U.S. has become ‘a nation of day traders’
  221. Paying off credit cards, upping 401(k) contributions: These people found the secret t
  222. Paying off credit cards, upping 401(k) contributions: These people found the secret t
  223. [$$] What’s behind the weakening US dollar?
  224. Should I sell my $565,000 duplex and invest the money — or continue to collect rent?
  225. 4 Reasons Why a 401(k) Is Better Than a Pension
  226. Japan Stocks to Gain Amid Holidays; Dollar Higher: Markets Wrap
  227. [$$] Global rebound propels Japan stocks
  228. Asian markets move higher as investors' jitters ease
  229. Europe Drifts Lower, But Global Stocks Extend Best Week in More than Two Years
  230. Trump Faces Quarter Trillion Bond Market Test as Dollar Sags, Economy Roars
  231. Roku, BHP Billiton Lead 4 Stocks In Bullish Bases With Earnings Due: S&P 500, Dow Jon
  232. Asian stocks beat a retreat; Nikkei fares the worst
  233. Wall Street Skids as Bond Yields Rise Ahead of $260 Billion Auction Bonanza
  234. Is Facebook's Stock Now The Next Apple?
  235. [$$] How to Survive the Regime Change in Markets
  236. These 4 Stocks From Tuesday's Hottest Sector Are Setting Up In Bases; S&P 500, D
  237. Global Markets: Asian stocks led higher by Japan as dollar extends recovery
  238. Europe Weakens, Wall Street Drifts as Fed Minutes, Bond Yields Drive Sentiment
  239. Muhlenkamp & Co. 4th Quarter 2017 Shareholder Letter
  240. Fed minutes: Stronger outlook increases the chance of more rate hikes
  241. Roku, These Top Stocks Near Buys Just Reported Earnings; S&P 500, Dow Jones, Nasdaq F
  242. Asian stocks slide following Wall Street selloff
  243. [$$] Stocks fall as US rate rise expectations jump
  244. Stocks rebound in broad rally as strong labor data overshadows Fed jitters
  245. US stock market on pace to snap two-day losing streak
  246. S&P 500, Dow, Nasdaq Futures Rally; These 5 Stocks Are Big Movers Late
  247. Corporate Earnings Look Good, But Investors Already Know That
  248. Dow futures climb as investors wait for interest-rate clues from Fed speakers
  249. GNC shares jump after credit maturity date extended
  250. FTSE 100 closes lower as RBS, IAG tank after results