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Oct 14, 2015

WSJ | Forex Closing on October 14, 2015.

The Wall Street Journal Forex Closing
Major Currencies
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Last
US$ vs.
Americas in US$ per US$ % chg
Argentina peso 0.1057 9.4642 -0.10
Brazil real 0.2623 3.8119 -2.10
Canada dollar 0.7731 1.2936 -0.80
Chile peso 0.001471 679.70 -0.59
Colombia peso 0.0003416 2927.00 0.50
Ecuador US dollar 1 1 unch
Mexico peso 0.0607 16.4729 -1.10
Peru new sol 0.3093 3.2330 -0.27
Uruguay peso 0.03436 29.1000 -0.10
Venezuela bolivar 0.15860302 6.3051 0.07
 
Asia-Pacific

Hillary Clinton Debate Performance Chills Biden Movement: NYT | Politics - October 14, 2015.

nytimes.com

Hillary Clinton Debate Performance Chills Biden Movement

Jonathan Martin
From left to right: Jim Webb, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Martin O'Malley and Lincoln Chafee. Josh Haner/The New York Times
LAS VEGAS — Democrats expressed growing skepticism on Wednesday that Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. could find a foothold were he to enter the presidential campaign as Hillary Rodham Clinton’s commanding performance in the first Democratic debate here abruptly quieted murmurs about her candidacy.
With no obvious constituency ready to support Mr. Biden, his prospects have increasingly been based on the possibilities of Mrs. Clinton’s faltering, repeating some of the missteps she has made since declaring her candidacy earlier this year or falling prey to more damning revelations about her use of a private email server as secretary of state.
But with Mrs. Clinton showing her mettle in Tuesday’s debate, and Democrats increasingly convinced that questions about her emails are little more than a Republican and news media fixation, she suddenly appeared far better positioned to allay skeptics in her party when she testifies next week before the congressional panel investigating the attacks on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Labor's Attack on Turnbull's Cayman Islands Investments Is All about Image: The Guardian | Australian Politics - October 14, 2015.

theguardian.com

Labor's attack on Turnbull's Cayman Islands investments is all about image

Lenore Taylor
 
Labor knows Malcolm Turnbull is very unlikely to have avoided Australian tax on his considerable investments. Having waited so long to win the prime ministership he would surely have guaranteed he didn’t come unstuck because of something as obvious as that.
But proving tax avoidance is almost certainly not the point.
Labor’s aim is to paint the new prime minister as not “one of us”, someone who thinks he’s better, someone who’s out of touch. Not to attack him directly for being rich, of course – Australians quite like someone who’s made their own pile – but to attack him for not seeing the world in the way a person with an ordinary bank account and an ATM card does.

WSJ | Biggest Decliners Closing on October 14, 2015.

NYSE Biggest Percentage Decliners | Nasdaq | Arca | Composite
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - 4:47 pm ET
  Issue(Roll over for charts and headlines) Price Chg % Chg Volume
1 Eros International (EROS) $24.64 -6.33 -20.44 2,283,333
2 Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) 60.03 -6.70 -10.04 80,446,107
3 IDT Cl B (IDT) 12.82 -1.42 -9.97 252,527
4 Jumei International Holding ADR (JMEI) 10.08 -1.09 -9.76 3,804,846
5 Colfax (CFX) 26.65 -2.88 -9.75 12,125,312
6 Higher One Holdings (ONE) 2.08 -0.21 -9.17 52,545
7 Lee Enterprises (LEE) 2.25 -0.20 -8.16 102,009
8 Green Dot Cl A (GDOT) 16.95 -1.42 -7.73 548,886
9 Installed Building Products (IBP) 23.06 -1.87 -7.50 225,380
10 OFG Bancorp (OFG) 8.83 -0.71 -7.44 757,037

WSJ | Most Actives Closing on October 14, 2015:

The Wall Street Journal Most Actives Closing
Most Active Stocks by Volume
4:47 pm ET 10/14/2015
NYSE
Issue Volume Price Chg % Chg
Bank of America (BAC) 118,685,813 $15.64 0.12 0.77
Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) 80,446,107 60.03 -6.70 -10.04
Ambev ADR (ABEV) 47,849,722 4.79 0.02 0.42
EMC (EMC) 43,697,724 27.11 -0.44 -1.60
Alcoa (AA) 41,808,569 9.95 -0.08 -0.80
General Electric (GE) 38,804,266 27.60 -0.27 -0.97
Petroleo Brasileiro ADR (PBR) 37,252,108 5.03 0.00 0.00
Barrick Gold (ABX) 30,844,800 8.18 0.72 9.65
JPMorgan Chase (JPM) 28,857,996 59.99 -1.56 -2.53
Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) 27,576,070 13.06 0.33 2.59
Twitter (TWTR) 27,404,613 29.38 0.32 1.10
Wells Fargo (WFC) 26,119,714 51.50 -0.36 -0.69
Rite Aid (RAD) 23,657,509 6.05 -0.08 -1.31
AT&T (T) 23,161,694 33.27 0.05 0.15
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing ADR (TSM) 22,654,584 22.34 0.40 1.82
SunEdison (SUNE) 22,206,936 9.28 0.37 4.15
Ford Motor (F) 22,102,512 15.01 0.07 0.47
Citigroup (C) 21,723,975 50.72 -0.49 -0.96
Itau Unibanco Holding ADR (ITUB) 20,530,775 7.22 0.05 0.70
Sprint (S) 19,467,544 4.27 -0.12 -2.73
Verizon Communications (VZ) 19,403,383 43.99 -0.37 -0.83
SandRidge Energy (SD) 19,215,555 0.39 -0.02 -5.25
Target (TGT) 18,390,370 76.20 -2.76 -3.50
Vale ADR (VALE) 18,279,407 4.88 0.13 2.74
Pfizer (PFE) 17,642,965 33.04 0.06 0.18
 
Nasdaq

WSJ | Biggest Gainers Closing on October 14, 2015.

The Wall Street Journal Biggest Gainers Closing
Biggest Gainers
4:47 pm ET 10/14/2015
NYSE
Issue Volume Price Chg % Chg
Strategic Global Income Fund (SGL) 727,711 $8.88 0.91 11.42
C&J Energy Services (CJES) 2,751,841 5.30 0.50 10.42
Goldcorp (GG) 11,545,808 15.54 1.40 9.90
Compania de Minas Buenaventura ADR (BVN) 2,010,871 8.22 0.74 9.89
Yamana Gold (AUY) 14,136,661 2.59 0.23 9.75
Sibanye Gold ADR (SBGL) 2,099,783 7.15 0.63 9.66
Barrick Gold (ABX) 30,844,800 8.18 0.72 9.65
Clayton Williams Energy (CWEI) 291,960 60.78 5.32 9.59
Global High Income Fund (GHI) 690,942 8.74 0.73 9.11
Kinross Gold (KGC) 14,693,572 2.27 0.18 8.61
Coeur Mining (CDE) 6,059,138 3.12 0.24 8.33
Willbros Group (WG) 232,751 2.59 0.19 7.92
China Unicom (Hong Kong) ADR (CHU) 2,131,228 14.69 1.06 7.78
Pretium Resources (PVG) 967,213 6.93 0.50 7.78
AngloGold Ashanti ADR (AU) 10,341,006 9.93 0.71 7.70
Silver Wheaton (SLW) 6,768,525 14.74 1.04 7.59
Cencosud ADR (CNCO) 43,115 6.28 0.43 7.35
Tronox Cl A (TROX) 898,962 7.38 0.50 7.27
Eldorado Gold (EGO) 6,175,515 4.02 0.27 7.20
Hecla Mining (HL) 10,161,161 2.55 0.17 7.14
Fortuna Silver Mines (FSM) 258,664 2.88 0.19 7.06
Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM) 3,820,907 30.23 1.94 6.86
ASA Gold&Precious Metals (ASA) 83,823 9.26 0.59 6.81
Seabridge Gold (SA) 713,607 7.25 0.46 6.77
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International (VRX) 7,290,843 177.29 10.79 6.48
 
Nasdaq