Sunday, July 25, 2010

Update Daily Investment News

Global Economy Seen Slowing to 3.25% From 4.7% Recent Average
(Bloomberg) -- The new normal for the world economy may be arriving as the U.S., Europe and China all decelerate simultaneously.

Stock Buying Hits Bull Market Record at Pensions, Hedge Funds
(Bloomberg) -- Mutual funds, pensions and endowments are spending more on stocks than at any time since the start of the bull market, just as individuals grow the most pessimistic in a year.

Euro Bears Vanish as Stress End Makes Goldman a Bull (Update1)
(Bloomberg) -- The combination of growing confidence in Europe’s economy and mounting evidence of a slowdown in the U.S. is driving euro bears into hiding.

Week Ahead: Surprise Surprise—The Market's Found Something to Cheer About
The not-so-surprising, positive surprises in corporate earnings news could steer the stock market in the week ahead.

US Economic this week: Growth Probably Cooled as Spending Slowed: U.S. Economy Preview
(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. economy expanded at a slower pace in the second quarter as consumer spending cooled and the trade deficit swelled, economists project a report this week will show.

US Earnings Calendar: Stocks To Watch For The Week 26 July - 30 July

U.S. Stocks Rally, Almost Erasing 2010 Loss for Dow Average
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks rose this week, almost wiping out the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s 2010 loss, after better-than-estimated earnings at companies from United Parcel Service Inc. to Apple Inc. and Ford Motor Co. lifted confidence the economy is recovering.

Top 5 Economic Graphs For The Week Ended 25 July 2010

Prep Your Portfolio for Next Week: Strategists
Which stocks should investors be buying into next week?

Halftime Pt 1: Europe's Results Matter For US Investors?
Traders were closely watching the action in the S&P and Dow in the wake of Europe's stress test results. Only 7 out of 91 banks failed the tests - a surprisingly low number and markets were little changed by the results.

Euro Prophet of Doom: Beware Italy's Grey Economy

Why Strategist Is 'Worried' by Debt-Free Firms

Earnings Roundup: July 26

GIC Says World May See Recession Sooner Than Expected (Update3)

Commodity Advance May Falter, Barclays Says: Technical Analysis
(Bloomberg) -- The recovery in commodities may be faltering as trading patterns are “throwing out bearish signals,” Barclays Capital said.

EU Stress Tests Fail to Reassure Investors Wary of Criteria

Emerging Bonds Are Safest Investment, Ashmore’s Booth Says

Oil Futures Exodus Biggest Since Lehman Demise: Energy Markets

Palm Oil Posts Second Weekly Gain on Demand, Weather Outlook

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