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http://usat.ly/1pltsMU CancelSend A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. What to watch: Where do stocks go from here? Adam Shell, USA TODAY 5:45 a.m. EDT June 7, 2014 (FILES) A sign for Wall Street is seen before the opening bell in this October 15 2009 file photo.
Stocks move higher as US jobs grow at healthy clip
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index notched its eighth record high in the last 10 trading days. Post to Facebook Stocks move higher as US jobs grow at healthy clip Stocks are closing higher after the U.S. government reported more healthy job growth in May. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index notched its eighth record high in the last 10 trading days. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1przyvl CancelSend A link has been sent to your friend’s email address.
Stocks Rise on US Jobs Report – ABC News
ET A guy called Mario helping the Italians isn’t the most startling proposition. But this one, Mr. Draghi who runs the European Central Bank, is also helping the Spanish, though; the Germans, not so much. This concerns utilities in particular.
Irrespective of my shaky short-term forecasting abilities, I am confident people will continue to ask me my opinion about the direction of the stock market. My best advice remains to get out of stocks*for the “sideliners”. However, the asterisk still signifies there are plenty of opportunities for attractive returns to be had for the rest of us investors, as long as you can stomach the inevitable volatility. DISCLOSURE: Sidoxia Capital Management ( SCM ) and some of its clients hold long positions in certain exchange traded funds, but at the time of publishing SCM had no direct position in any other security referenced in this article. No information accessed through the Investing Caffeine (IC) website constitutes investment, financial, legal, tax or other advice nor is to be relied on in making an investment or other decision.
HEARD ON THE STREET: Draghi Sparks Utility Stocks – WSJ
Markets in South Korea were closed for a holiday. In currency markets, the euro weakened to $1.3639 from $1.3659 in late trading Thursday. The dollar rose to 102.53 yen from 102.43 in late trading Thursday. Oil prices dipped, with benchmark crude for July delivery down 9 cents to $102.39 in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Related Topics: Jobs Report , U.S.