Sunday, October 10, 2010

Update Daily Investment News

Retail Sales Probably Rose in September: U.S. Economy Preview
Asian Stocks Rise for Sixth Week Amid Central Bank Speculation
Asian Currencies Rise on Week as Fed Easing May Spur Inflows
Indonesia Central Bank Has No Plans to Curb Inflows, Hadad Says
Indonesia May Import Rice for First Time Since 2007
Emerging Market Equity Fund Inflows Exceed $6 Billion, EPFR Says
Volume Shows S&P 500 Rally Has ‘Authority’: Technical Analysis
S&P Shares Over 50-Day Average May End Rally: Technical Analysis
‘Overbought’ Hang Seng Index May Decline: Technical Analysis
Dollar May Fall Further, JPMorgan Says: Technical Analysis
Dollar to Halt Drop at 81 Yen, Rally to 84: Technical Analysis
Treasury 30-Year Bond Futures to Test Highs: Technical Analysis
Europe Commodity Day Ahead: Copper in Longest Rally This Year
Aluminum Is ‘Probing’ Resistance of $2,400: Technical Analysis
Rubber May Advance to Highest Since 2008: Technical Analysis
Cocoa May Fall 19% After Breaking Support: Technical Analysis
Palm Oil Gains a Sixth Week as Commodities Rally, Dollar Drops
Gold May Fall in New York on Speculation Rally Was Overdone

Will September Rally Fizzle? History May Offer a Clue
SE Asia Stocks-Indonesia leads regional fall; most up on week
Investors, Fleeing Low Yields, Rush Into Emerging Markets
Dow Ends Above 11,000; 1st Time Since May
Traders Have Advantage Over Investors Now: Strategist
Dow 11,000 Market Stats: 1999-2010
Oil & Gold Next Week
Fed Needs to Pump Trillions More Into Economy: Analyst
IMF Pressured to Play Bigger Role in Currency Disputes
Traders Say Dow Topping 11,000 a Meaningless Illusion
Austerity Will Push Euro to $1.50 by Year End: Economist
Halftime: Forget QE2, Big Moves In 'This' Trade Market Outlook'Sweet Spot': 
A Presidential Reason for Buying Stocks
Oil Settles Above $82; Dollar's Drop Limits Losses

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