Hope With Spring Fever For U.S. Earnings

Investors are confident that nearly one-third of S&P 500 names that are set to post results will offer a catalyst to buy stocks… and leave the recent weakness of markets in the dust to shift the earning season into high gear.

Many business giants including Apple and Microsoft, McDonald’s (

  • April 24th, 2014, Author: admin

Wall Street Ends Up After Citi Results

On Monday, U.S. stocks closed higher as earning of Citigroup and strong retail sales provided reasons to buy equities… for investors despite a resurgence of geopolitical uncertainties.

Strong results from Citigroup and bullish retail sales data lifted sentiment and this resulted in equities op

  • April 18th, 2014, Author: admin

German Industry Orders Point To Strong First – Quarter

In February, domestic demand drove a stronger-than-expected 0.6 percent rise in German industrial orders… according to data shown by Economy Ministry. This data marked the fourth consecutive monthly gain and underscoring the pickup in the mighty industrial sector of Germany.

This increase in s

  • April 9th, 2014, Author: admin

Ukraine Worries Ease, Wall Street Climbs

On Monday, US stocks climbed after the referendum of Crimea in favor of quitting Ukraine passed without violence. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 bounced from its worst weekly drop in the past seven, as concerns about the situation in Crimea eased while economic data… indicated the US economy was improv

  • March 22nd, 2014, Author: admin

Shares Rally On U.S. Economic Data

On February 28, most stocks on Wall Street surged to record highs and were able to overcome concerns about the ongoing political tensions in Ukraine and a downward revision of economic growth….

Meanwhile, the euro managed to hit its highest level this year after stable inflation cooled expectation

  • March 6th, 2014, Author: admin

Sterling Jumps On Upbeat Outlook

Sterling got a short in the arm while the euro nursed losses after setback on dovish comments from a top European Central Bank official. ECB Executive Board member Benoit Coeure recently remarked that the idea of cutting into negative territory the rate the ECB pays banks for holding their deposits…

  • February 25th, 2014, Author: admin

More Public Stock Offerings’ Plan Unveiled By SEC

According to a proposal announced by U.S. securities regulators, start-up companies will now be able to raise much more capital through certain public stock deals without facing costly regulatory burdens.

This plan from the Securities and Exchange Commission… is the last outstanding rule requi

  • February 11th, 2014, Author: admin

Why To Buy High Tech Security Systems-Benefits Of Security Turnstiles

If you want to secure your office or home from danger, buying high tech security systems would be the best way to go forward. This is not just because a reliable security system can go a long way to protecting owners than those who decide not to install these effective yet affordable systems, but also be…

  • January 24th, 2014, Author: admin

IMF Should Give More Power To Emerging Markets, Says China

China has called on the member nations of the International Monetary Fund to tick to a commitment to give emerging markets… more power at the global lender. This was after U.S. lawmakers set back historic reforms that would give developing countries a greater say.

The remarks by Chinese Foreign Mini

  • January 21st, 2014, Author: admin

How To Find The Best Family Law Attorney?

If you have been finding it hard to settle a family law case and clueless on what to do next, it is best for you to seek the services of a professional lawyer or law firm that specializes in family law. This is not just because you will be hiring the services of proven experts, but also because these experts…

  • January 14th, 2014, Author: admin

Bank Of America’s Merrill To Pay In SEC Case

Bank of America Corp has agreed to make a payment of $131.8 million for settling U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges that investors were misled by its Merrill Lynch… unit about mortgage securities it structured and sold.

The SEC remarked that Merrill failed to inform investors that Mag

  • December 26th, 2013, Author: admin

Experts Believe WalMart Format Would Not Work In India

USsupermarket giant WalMart may not be hugely successful in India because of its format.
Dev Amritesh, COO Dunkin Donuts India, during a panel discussion on ‘What will work or not work in Indian market’ at the ISB leadership Summit about WalMart, remarked, “The success of Walmart… depends up

  • November 14th, 2013, Author: admin