Assessing how various election scenarios might impact profits.
Hurricane Sandy is expected to hit the East Coast later in the day.
As earnings season continues, two of the largest companies miss analyst expectations.
The Bank of Japan may launch a new round of easing, while the Greek Parliament is in turmoil on conflicting reports regarding the country's bailout.
While German data are surprisingly weak, Chinese reports indicate the slowdown in growth had eased.
As regions tap into the country's bailout fund, questions arise over its stability.
25 years after the infamous Black Monday crash, markets still prove to be volatile at a moment's notice.
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