Sunday, September 26, 2010

Update Daily Investment News

Week Ahead: Stocks Broke Out, but Can They Hold Gains?
Expect Bullish Stock Action Into Month's End?
Market Outlook: Dow Barreling to 11,000
Art Cashin: Why Markets Are Higher Today
Halftime: Does S&P Bounce Confirm Next Leg Higher?
Lawmakers Take Steps to Protect Gold Investors
6 Investments for Nouriel Roubini's 'Less Gloomy' Outlook
Correlation: Two Other Smart Guys Weigh In
Oil and Gold Next Week: What Traders Are Watching
Traders Fear 'Wall Street' Sequel Will Bash Banking

Manufacturing Probably Cooled This Month: U.S. Economy Preview
Emerging-Market Stock Inflows Rise to Seven-Week High
Dollar Sinks as Fed Signals Easing, Crimping U.S. Asset Demand
Commodities Advances to Eight-Month High as Dollar Declines
Palm Oil May Drop 7.4% as Output, Inventory Climb, Mistry Says
Silver Jumps to 30-Year High; Gold Rises to Record, Tops $1,300
Copper Extends Rally to Five-Month High on Inventories, Dollar
Canadian Dollar Will Rise to Record $1.15 Next Year, RBC Says
Commodities Outlook Is ‘Constructive,’ Barclays Says
Asian Currencies Have Weekly Gains, Led by Rupee, on Inflows
Emerging Stocks Gain, Set for Weekly Advance, on Fund Inflows
Reliance Builds Indonesia Rail Lines to Move Coal, Standard Says
Indian Coal Demand May Triple in Next Two Decades, Minister Says
Obama’s Stimulus Plan Made Crisis Worse, Taleb Says
S&P 500 Index to Gain 6.6% by Year End, BlackRock’s Doll Says
U.S. Stock Options With Biggest Changes in Implied Volatility

Weekly Fundamentals - Crude to Remain Range-Bounded Under OPEC's Manipulation
Gold Weekly Technical Outlook
Crude Oil Weekly Technical Outlook

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