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MessagePosté le: Mar 22 Sep - 14:59 (2015)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

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Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein Has Lymphoma
Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein said that he has lymphoma and expects to undergo chemotherapy over the next several months in New York.
He said his form of the disease is highly curable and his doctors have advised he will be able to work substantially as normal, leading the firm, during the treatment. He intends to reduce some previously planned travel during the treatment period.
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MessagePosté le: Mer 23 Sep - 16:17 (2015)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

Another big selloff may be just what this market needs
• Howard Gold: The bull market in stocks is not dead

• Mark Hulbert: Even companies are avoiding the stock market now

• 25 stocks as global-growth fears accelerate | U.S. stocks falter


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NEW YORK MARKETS OPEN IN: 0:39:09
Indications | Analyst Ratings
FUTURES: S&P 500 -0.6% DOW -0.6% NASDAQ -0.6%


Janet Yellen and her ‘age  of magical thinking’
• Cash is beating stocks, bonds for first time in 25 years

• Stock investors most bearish in years — and that’s really good news

• Alcoa to split into two companies | Stock futures mired in the red


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FUTURES: S&P 500 +0.6% DOW +0.5% NASDAQ +0.7%


The 1 thing the bull market needs to get on its feet
• Early-stage bear or late-stage bull market? | Goldman cuts S&P target
• Bull market in stocks will resume when we’re older and wiser: Hulbert
• How mauled mutual-fund and ETF investors can beat the bear: Jaffe
• U.S. stocks set to rebound |  ‘Sell-in-May’ decision was spot-on


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FUTURES: S&P 500 +1.2% DOW +1.1% NASDAQ +1.4%


What Wall Street isn’t saying about this market
• Hulbert: Why investing in stocks will never make you a billionaire
• U.S. stocks set for gains | Sept. 30 is worst day of year for investors
• S&P 500 index is teetering on major technical support


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FUTURES: S&P 500 0.0% DOW -1.1% NASDAQ -1.2%


Job gains slow again as September data disappoint

Stock futures slide after weak jobs report
Hourly wages flat in September
For 2 in 3 American workers, no job will ever be good enough
NEED TO KNOW: Downward pull on stocks about to break


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NEW YORK MARKETS OPEN IN: 2:40:38
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FUTURES: S&P 500 +0.5% DOW +0.6% NASDAQ +0.7%


3 ‘sure thing’ tech darlings in trouble — Apple is one 

• ‘Holding and hoping,’ investors face a long-term bear market
• Saudi Arabia slashes oil prices U.S. stock futures point higher
• Pepsi, Alcoa to help set market tone as earnings pick up this week


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Bernanke: Economy may not be ready for a 1% rate 
• New York Fed’s Dudley: U.S. lacks bubble-fighting tools


• Jobs data don’t persuade Fed’s Rosengren of an economic soft patch

• Boston Fed’s Rosengren: Door still open for 2015 Fed rate hike


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China could become a big problem for stocks, again 

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5 missteps that led to Yum Brands’ grim results
China can handle its three bubbles: expert
China will be able to support the yuan for a long time
China signs up to IMF's data standards


• MARKET SNAPSHOT: Dow industrials’ best win streak since July

• EMC shares are up 7% after report of Dell merger interest


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6 reasons to quit panicking about the stock market
• NEED TO KNOW: Why stocks’ rebound isn’t just a ‘flash in the pan’
• Wall Street braces for a rough day | Barron’s: Charts favor bears


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                  Why the stock market is likely to rise as 2016 approaches


Less than a week ago the Dow Jones Industrial Average was at about 16,000 again and many stocks were hitting new 52-week lows. Aren't you glad you didn’t panic into the fearful market sell-off when those employment numbers that were off by rounding errors last Friday? That said, if you were stressed out last week when stocks were getting trashed, now is the time to consider trimming some of your long positions.
Here's a random walk down this week's most important headlines, with my analysis on each.
Dow Industrials' best winning streak since July: The markets have had a nearly 5% straight up move since the most recent bottom was put in last Friday morning. On the one hand, there's that old saying that has merit: "The biggest rallies happen in bear markets." On the other hand, that Friday bottom is a higher low that the chartists will have to respect. I still think there's a lot of money managers out there who are underexposed to the markets and were worried we could get a 2008-like meltdown but are now starting to cover/buy more stocks as the market runs away from them. Certainly there's a possibility that we drop back to the August lows, but feet to the fire, I think the path of least resistance for the stock market is higher into year-end.

 
$50 oil: so close, yet oh so far: Some big bounces in all energy-related stocks of late. I'm still far from being an energy bull and probably will be until/unless there is a wave of formerly big-cap stocks hit $0 and/or there's a wave of bankruptcies in the sector. That doesn't mean it will happen; I'm just saying that it'd have to be a scenario like that before I'd buy into energy stocks.Tough challenges ahead for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: It's not like it was big news when Twitter TWTR, +1.64%  finally officially announced that Jack Dorsey was returning as CEO. Twitter recently launched Moments (previously known as Project Lightning) as a separate tab within the broader Twitter app highlighting the "best of what's happening on Twitter in an instant." I saw several analyst notes that mentioned that feature will be highly monetizable, but there's no real change in the outlook here. They have a terrific platform that gets loads of free advertising with their bird logo and #hashtags everywhere you look and Periscope is gonna be a big winner for them. @Jack's gotta take it to the next level.
Saudi Arabian prince is now the second-biggest shareholder in Twitter: As an investor, I don't care too much one way or another that Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is buying Twitter. As a global citizen, I'm not a fan of the Saudi regime.
Holiday retail sales outlook suggests weak consumer spending: I tend to think retail is about to rebound. An important economic indicator for the stock market is corporate earnings, which aren't trending down (yet, at least).





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NEW YORK MARKETS OPEN IN: 0:45:05
Need to Know | Analyst Ratings
FUTURES: S&P 500 +0.1% DOW +0.0% NASDAQ +0.1%


Six reasons the bears have this market all wrong 

• This unusual options trade signals Wall Street bracing for black swan
• Bearish ‘hanging man’ pattern warns don’t buy dip in Dow transports
• Stock futures on pause | Bank of America swings to profit, tops views


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Netflix shares tumble 14% after quarterly results 

• MARKET SNAPSHOT: Dow industrials slide as Wal-Mart cuts outlook


Why Wal-Mart’s plunge is bad news for the market
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• Wal-Mart's worst price decline in history 


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Recul des ventes au détail aux US en Sept 
US Retail Sales Tumble Most Since January, Signal Sustained Recessionary Environment

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 10/14/2015 08:39 -0400




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One year ago the abysmal retail sales data crushed the market's hope that the recovery from the 7th half of 2012 was imminent. It also unleashed the Treasury flash crash, where the 40 bps plunge in yields was according to Jamie Dimon was a 1 in 3 billion year occurence. It only ended when Bullard hinted at QE4.
Moments ago, in a stark deja vu to precisely one year ago, retail sales disappointed even more than in October 2014, when 27 out of 27 economists thought the control group would be positive. It came at -0.1%.
The details: Retail Sales (ex Autos) dropped 0.3% in September, the 2nd drop in a row, the biggest drop since January (at the heart of the weather-driven economic weakness).
This is the 7th miss in the last 10 months...
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-14/us-retail-sales-tumble-most-january-signal-sustained-recessionary-environment


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FUTURES: S&P 500 +0.6% DOW +0.4% NASDAQ +0.7%


Get ready to watch the Fed for any sign of panic 

• But bond investors shouldn’t fear the Fed, says Howard Gold

• Why the Fed is wrong about deflation | Wall Street set for gains

• Goldman Sachs misses as volumes dip | Philip Morris profit beats
 


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