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Monday, 30 November 2015
MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Our 10 top shares outshine lacklustre FTSE 100
11:07 | 29/11/15
This is Money
The FTSE 100 has more than its fair share of large metal, mining and oil stocks, so tumbling commodity prices have hit the index.
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S&P 500 For 2016 And Beyond: Lessons From The Past To Guide Your Portfolio
04:45 | 29/11/15
Their claims come from the usual data points: S&P 500 profits are down, S&P 500 P/E ratio at decade highs, a slowing Chinese economy, a weak transportation index, the steadiness of housing starts, US GDP barely growing at inflation, the end of the ...
The S&P 500 Will Hit 3500 By 2025: It's Time To Buy Value
01:00 | 29/11/15
The S&P 500 will hit 3,500 based on historic trends according to Bank of America's November Equity Strategy update.
US stocks mixed at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.08%
10:22 | 28/11/15
The best performers of the session on the Dow Jones Industrial Average were Goldman Sachs Group Inc (N:GS), which rose 0.70% or 1.32 points to trade at 190.47 at the close.
Momentum Seeps From Stocks as S&P 500 Limps Toward November Gain
09:26 | 28/11/15
The S&P 500 rose 0.04 percent in the 3 1/2 days to 2,090.11, its eighth gain in nine weeks. The gauge closed 1.9 percent below its May peak and, with one day left in November, is up 0.5 percent for the month after rallying 8.3 percent in October.
S&P 500 ends flat in holiday-shortened session
08:52 | 28/11/15
The Australian Financial Review
US equities barely moved this week, following the S&P 500's biggest weekly jump of the year. Richard Drew. by Anna-Louise Jackson.
S&P 500 little changed
08:30 | 28/11/15
The Boston Globe
US equities barely moved this week, following the S&P 500's biggest weekly jump of the year. The index has rebounded 12 percent from its low in August as concern eased that China's slowdown will hurt global growth.
How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Fared on Friday
07:56 | 28/11/15
Stocks finished mostly higher Friday at the end of a quiet, holiday-shortened week of trading. Telecommunications and financial stocks rose, while oil prices slumped, dragging down energy stocks.
Disney Sinks Dow Jones Industrial Average
07:45 | 28/11/15
Schaeffers Research (blog)
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) flirted with breakeven throughout the day, but ultimately finished the shortened, light-volume session in the red, with a big loss from Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) weighing down the blue-chip index.
MarketsS&P 500 little changed on shortened trading day
07:11 | 28/11/15
In a trading day shortened because it falls after the Thanksgiving holiday, the S&P closed almost flat at 2090.13. The Dow Jones Industrial Average followed suit to close 0.1 per cent weaker at 17,798.49.
The 'Santa Rally': why does the FTSE 100 rise in December?
06:03 | 28/11/15
Its figures show that, taken together, the past 31 Decembers have seen the FTSE 100 rise by 72pc. Adrian Lowcock, head of investing at Axa Wealth, said: “The Santa Rally is one of the most statistically visible trends in the stock market.
FTSE 100's safest and riskiest dividends named
05:52 | 28/11/15
We've put together a colour-coded graphic (see below) which includes every FTSE 100 (UKX) company currently yielding 4% or more.
This is the roller-coaster ride stock market investors must be willing to endure
05:04 | 28/11/15
The key word when thinking about that, however, is "average." Rarely will you ever see the S&P 500 climb an even 10% in a given year.
S&P 500 Index Futures Trading Lower
04:22 | 28/11/15
S&P 500 index futures are trading lower by four points at 2084 in Friday's abbreviated session. Off the open, the index found resistance just above Friday's close (2088), reaching 2088.50 before reversing course.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Futures Edge Higher Ahead of Short Session
02:30 | 28/11/15
Schaeffers Research (blog)
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is poised to open modestly higher, in what's expected to be a quiet post-Thanksgiving session -- with U.S.
Nikkei 225 Sheds 0.30% On Yen Strength, Profit-Taking
01:33 | 28/11/15
The Nikkei 225 Friday retreated 0.30% as traders took profits, amid some concern about the recent strength of the yen vs. the Euro, considered a negative in export-oriented Japan.
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