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November 28th, 2012

Factors That Affect Gold Prices: Useful Considerations For Online Traders

(George Sterling) - Buying gold and investing in it are two different things and according to experts, the latter makes a more viable choice than the former. While investing in gold, you should have complete understanding of the factors that influence gold prices in order to maximize gains and minimize losses. Today, I am going to discuss some [...]

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November 13th, 2012

How financial managers can help you manage your finances easily

(George Sterling) - A financial advisor is a professional who specializes in helping people manage their finances appropriately. These individuals are experts in drafting plans that guide people who want to reach their financial goals set by them. The article will help you understand the basic benefits of hiring the services of a professional financial manager and will [...]

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November 7th, 2012

Re-Elected U.S President To Tackle Big Fiscal Cliff Issue

(George Sterling) - The United States Presidential elections concluded last night but the new and re-elected President of the country has to deal with a big challenge right away: the challenge of “fiscal cliff”, which is a combination of both, tax hikes and budget spending cuts to save $600 billion from the U.S economy. The ‘fiscal cliff’ issue [...]

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October 23rd, 2012

US Corporate Earnings Shatter Investors’ Confidence: World Stocks Fall

(George Sterling) - On Tuesday, world stock markets dropped after United States corporate earnings shattered investors’ confidence. A week ago, investors were positive about the global economy, as well as the largest economy, but disappointing corporate earnings have worried investors yet again. Amongst the stocks that were affected globally included the FTSE 100 index of Britain, which dropped [...]

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October 11th, 2012

Spain’s Credit Rating Downgrade Sends Asian Stocks Tumbling

(George Sterling) - One of the most indebted countries in euro zone, Spain’s credit rating was degraded by two notches on Thursday which sent Asian stocks tumbling. Spain, which is also the 4th biggest economy in the euro zone, is battling with severe debt. During late hours of Wednesday, Standard & Poor degraded Spain’s credit rating, sending it [...]

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October 8th, 2012

World Bank Cuts Economic Forecast of East Asia: Stock React Negatively

(George Sterling) - On Monday, the World Bank cut its economic growth forecast for the East Asia region, due to which, stocks dropped. The World Bank pin pointed concerns regarding corporate profits along with the overall negative global economic outlook as the reasons of cutting the region’s growth forecast. On the other hand, World Bank also raised concerns [...]

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October 5th, 2012

US Jobless Rate Drops To 44-Month Low

(George Sterling) - United States’ unemployment rate dropped to 7.8 percent in the past month, hitting a 44 month low. The jobless rate of the economy has dropped below 8 percent in almost four years. The fact that the U.S unemployment rate has dropped would help boost Obama’s election campaign as well. According to the Labor Department, the [...]

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September 20th, 2012

Unemployment Claims Dropped To 382,000 Last Week

(George Sterling) - The number of U.S citizens seeking unemployment benefits dropped last week but only by a small margin, settling down to 382,000. The number hints hiring is still very weak. The four-week average level rose up for the fifth consecutive time, landing to 377,750, the highest it has ever reached in the last three months. The [...]

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September 20th, 2012

Central Banks’ Fiscal Stimulus Causes Ripple Effect In Different Economies

(George Sterling) - Some of the biggest central banks in the world are promoting fiscal stimulus by injecting money in financial markets. As a result of this, other economies are also being prompted to follow the same routine. Due to the huge money injections by some of the largest central banks, few governments are being forced to take [...]

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March 31st, 2010

The Markets

(Michael Schwartz) - The stock market seems to be climbing the proverbial "wall of worry." Despite potential road hazards such as sovereign debt issues, rising interest rates, a weak job market, and a stalled housing recovery, investors bid up stock prices last week to an 18-month high, according to MarketWatch. Of course, these things could eventually affect stock prices, but, for now, stocks are riding the momentum of improving earnings and some underlying stability in the economy.

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