US markets are set to continue recent declines as Japanese economic growth slows.
In this installment: Shares of the insurance software maker are cut in half over the past 2 days.
Stocks are sharply lower for a second straight day after the Fed gave some indication Wednesday about its future plans to cut back on stimulus measures.
Stocks are mixed as investors appear content to sit on the sidelines on the eve of Election Day.
The market has been punishing these former favorites, but their businesses remain in top shape.
These small caps that focus on specific software niches have been sporting good price appreciation lately.
These stocks are in the sweet spot for continuing their winning ways into this year and beyond.
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But the fact that the guilty bankers are still free and not even on the run is the real outrage here, a travesty that should never be forgotten.
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