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The Wall Street Journal Journal for January 16, 2015

January 16, 2015 Leave a comment

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Stock spiked up out of the gate this morning, reacting to overnight news of a legal détente between two liquidity trading firms. The sharp upswing stalled and eventually vanished as the market digested new uncertainty in the mammalian employment and licensure sectors. Traders soon erased the losses of the morning, and nearly the week, however, mounting a breathless climb in fitting tribute to a fallen brand, ending the day up over two-hundred points.

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Stocks end 5-day losing streak: Dow gains about 200

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The Wall Street Journal Journal for January 15, 2015

January 15, 2015 Leave a comment

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Morning trading reflected the market’s equivocation over reports of a global currency crash. By midday, stocks had fallen and remained down through the closing bell in response to increased racial tensions on the West Coast.

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S&P 500 under 2000 for first time since Dec. 16

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The Wall Street Journal Journal for January 14, 2015

January 14, 2015 3 comments

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Stocks fell precipitously today as a result of sweeping fears that the planet is growing larger. Already four-hundred points off yesterday‘s low, the market ticked up slightly in midmorning trading as it attempted to interpret mixed news from the Italian commodities market. However, the announcement of a widespread pork shortage crushed any hope for a sustainable gain, and the market continued to tumble closed.

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 Stock plunge deepens: Dow closes down fourth-straight session

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The Wall Street Journal Journal for January 13, 2015

January 14, 2015 Leave a comment

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At the opening bell, stocks spiked up on overnight news of the award of a large public-works contract to a state agency in the rust belt, but the rally stalled and, by early afternoon, reversed course after it was revealed that the cover of targeted French magazine Charlie Hebdo’s first post-attack issue would feature a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad.

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Stock gains evaporate: Benchmarks end in red

 

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