With the global economy struggling, Wall Street doesn't expect much from first-quarter results.
Confusion about whether the fix for Cyprus' banking problems will be used elsewhere hits stocks. Selling prompts the dollar to move higher against the euro.
Maybe. The S&P 500 has been unable to push through to new highs. There are worries again about Europe, and Oracle's earnings weighed on investors.
2013 will be a good year for stocks, and particularly strong for gold and silver.
These funds were strong performers in 2012 and are set to repeat that performance again.
This exchange-traded fund is a favorite way to play the Australian dollar and the bond market 'Down Under.'
The true nature of the easing efforts is only revealed after taking into account other government activities.
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