Natural Gas Prices Remain Defensive

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Natural Gas prices are continuing in the pattern they left off on Thursday and that is to the downside.

— CMEGroup

6Sep

Futures Pause Ahead of ADP Report

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Stocks are little-changed before key economic data, consolidating after two days of gains.

— Option Monster

5Sep

Insiders Are Buying These Five Canadian Cleantech Stocks

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In the US insider trades are easily found on the SEC website, stock exchange websites, and financial aggregation sites. No so in Canada.

— Alt Energy Stocks

5Sep

Could Syria Really Sink the Stock Market?

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All eyes are on Syria – or I should say, Washington, D.C. – as we determine what our response will be to the tragic use of chemical weapons.

— Wall Street Daily

5Sep

Whatever Happened To The Keystone Pipeline?

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Before the 2012 election one of the hottest political footballs was whether the US was going to allow the TransCanada Corporation to build a pipeline to haul Crude …

— Todd Horwitz

5Sep

It’s Time to Invest in Europe

By , September 4th, 2013 | Market News | 0 Comments

It wasn’t long ago that a person would have been crazy to invest in Europe. But then a funny thing happened. Europe started growing again.

— Investment U

4Sep

Stocks Jump Early; End The Day With A Thud

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Traders came back from the long holiday weekend to find stocks much higher to start September trading.

— Todd Horwitz

4Sep

Natural Gas Prices Drifting Lower

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Natural Gas futures are drifting lower but still holding onto gains for the week so far as market participants remain positive based on more supportive temperature forecasts and …

— CMEGroup

4Sep

The Microsoft Deal With Nokia Is Too Little Too Late

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Anyone still wondering why Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Steve Ballmer is being forced into early retirement need look no further than the $7.2 billion Nokia Corp. …

— Money Morning

4Sep

Marriott: The Guests Have Arrived

By , September 3rd, 2013 | Market News | 0 Comments

The hospitality industry, as the hotel business likes to call itself, always gets hit hard during a recession, as businesses cut back on conferences and consumers postpone or …

— Investing Daily

3Sep
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