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Stocks Fluctuate After Seeing Weakness In Early Trading - U.s. Commentary - Nasdaq.com


Stocks trying to recover from selloff - Yahoo Finance

Stocks have shown big swings back and forth throughout the first month of the New Year, although the major averages have remained largely rangebound. Earlier in the session, negative sentiment was generated in reaction to disappointing earnings news from some big-name companies. Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba ( BABA ) is also posting a substantial loss after reporting third quarter sales that came in below analyst estimates. Meanwhile, shares of McDonald's ( MCD ) have shown a strong move to the upside on the day after the fast food giant announced the resignation of chief executive officer Don Thompson.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/stocks-fluctuate-after-seeing-weakness-in-early-trading--us-commentary-20150129-01042

Stocks trying to recover from selloff - NASDAQ.com

Dow Chemical and Coach about rose more than 4 percent after profit surpassed estimates. Revenue, however, lagged at both companies. Chinese Internet giant Alibaba fell 6 percent on weak sales. Price action has been mixed in recent weeks, with few individual groups clearly outperforming on our researchLAB market scanner.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/stocks-to-try-recover-from-selloff-cm437862

Price action has been mixed in recent weeks, with few individual groups clearly outperforming on our researchLAB market scanner. Nonetheless, there appears to be strength emerging among oil refiners, wireless-tower stocks, and video-game makers. Commodities are mixed today. Oil rose fractionally, but gold, silver, and copper all fell more than 1 percent.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/stocks-try-recover-selloff-131242311.html

STOCKS COLLAPSE INTO THE CLOSE: Here's What You Need To Know - Yahoo Finance

In a statement, S&P said its action, "reflects our view that some of the economic andbudgetary policies advocated by the newly elected Greek government, led by theleft-wing Syriza party, are incompatible with the policy framework agreedbetween the previous government and official creditors." 5. Layoffs at IBM have started. Business Insider's Julie Bort reports that layoffs at the company have started just a few days after the company flat-out denied a report that the company was going to lay off 100,000 employees. IBM has, however, said that it will take a restructuring charge equal to the lay off of thousands of workers. 6.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/stocks-collapse-close-heres-know-210046613.html

Stocks May Move Back To The Upside In Early Trading - U.S. Commentary - NASDAQ.com

The promise to remain patient came even though the Fed upgraded its assessment of the economy, saying that activity has been expanding at a solid pace since its December meeting. While the Fed also said inflation is expected to decline further in the near term, the central bank still expects inflation to rise gradually toward its 2 percent target over the medium term. After failing to sustain an initial upward move, stocks showed a substantial downturn over the course of the trading day on Wednesday. The losses on the day extended the sell-off seen in the previous session, with the Dow falling to its lowest closing level in over a month. The major averages saw further downside going into the close, ending the session near their worst levels of the day.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/stocks-may-move-back-to-the-upside-in-early-trading--us-commentary-20150129-00695

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