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  • Stock market's big seesaw gives investors pause

    Stock market's big seesaw gives investors pauseNEW YORK (AP) ? Sometimes a little fear is healthy for stock investors.


  • Markets Weekahead - Earnings, global events key as sentiment improves

    A broker monitors share prices while trading at a brokerage firm in MumbaiReuters Market Eye - A slew of blue-chip earnings, including Maruti Suzuki and ICICI Bank to set tone. Overall sentiment seen supported by hopes of further reforms. Movements in Brent crude, which is at a four-year low, will also be watched closely. Foreign fund flows will determine sentiment for debt and forex markets. 10-year benchmark bond seen in 8.35-8.45 range, traders say. Rupee may trade between 60.75 and 61.50, traders say. KEY FACTORS/EVENTS TO WATCH Mon: Hindustan Unilever , Bharti Infratel earnings Tue: ING Vysya Bank , Nestle India , Ranbaxy Laboratories earnings. ...


  • Look to energy names for global demand clues

    A Wall Street sign is pictured in the rain outside the New York Stock ExchangeBy Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK (Reuters) - Slumping energy shares drove the recent U.S. stock market selloff more than any other major group, so investors are turning to next week's slate of earnings to see if the sector can pull itself out of the pit. The third-quarter earnings picture for energy looks grim. Profit growth expectations for S&P 500 energy companies have fallen more than any other sector - from a forecast of 13.8 percent on July 1 to the current 1.8 percent, Thomson Reuters data showed. Energy shares dropped 9. ...


  • Ralph Nader urges Apple to reduce buybacks, improve wages - WSJ

    The Apple logo is lit on the first day of sale for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, in SydneyConsumer advocate Ralph Nader sent a letter to Apple Inc Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook urging the company to reduce its spending on share buybacks and use the money to raise wages, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. The five-time presidential candidate wrote in a letter published by the paper that poverty wages and harmful conditions are "a consequence of tolerating outrageous stock buybacks." (http://on.wsj.com/ZQgyyy) "'Designed by Apple in California' has a nicer ring to it than 'assembled by workers paid about a dollar per hour, working 11-hour shifts, and sleeping eight to a room in the Jabil Circuit corporate dormitories in Wuxi, China'," wrote Nader in the letter dated Oct. 23. Apple is one of the top customers of contract electronics maker Jabil JBL.N.


  • Wall Street finally turning on Amazon as Bezos magic fades

    Amazon CEO Bezos talks about his company's new Fire smartphone at a news conference in Seattle, WashingtonBy Deepa Seetharaman and Ross Kerber SAN FRANCISCO/BOSTON (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's once fairy-tale ride on Wall Street has hit its most jarring bump yet. The company that for years enthralled investors with improbable growth and earned one of the technology sector's highest valuations drew widespread ire after a spectacular results letdown on Thursday.? ? Amazon missed expectations across the board - on margins, on its net loss and on revenue. "They're becoming much too distracted in all these other efforts" outside core businesses like online retailing and web services, said Matthew Benkendorf, portfolio manager at Vontobel Asset Management. Benkendorf unloaded his Amazon holdings a year ago and said he would be skeptical of future involvement even if the stock falls further.


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Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself. -Ralph Waldo Emerson




Today's Word

girn

verb intr.: To snarl, grimace, or complain. noun: A grimace or snarl.



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