Stocks soar after the Federal Reserve chairman says the economy still needs help, and the Fed expects to keep rates low.
Chinese stocks plummet overnight on concerns over a liquidity crunch that further slow growth in the country.
Could this heavy insider stock purchase by the chief of the mining company be a sign of good things to come?
Oracle, VMware are downgraded to 'sell,' and Dollar Tree is initiated with a 'buy .'
F5 Networks is downgraded to 'equal weight,' and LinkedIn is initiated with an 'outperform.'
The obsession with the managers' positions each filing is just nonsense.
The metal is in danger of giving up all its gains since its mid-April low. Some talk has gold falling to $1,250 an ounce.
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