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European Markets at Close Report December 18, 2013.

      European stocks highest in a week; Vestas rallies By  Sara Sjolin , MarketWatch  LONDON (MarketWatch) — European stock markets rebounded on Wednesday, partly lifted by stronger-than-expected German sentiment data and U.S. housing figures, while investors more broadly waited to see if the U.S. Federal Reserve will put off tapering until next year. The Stoxx Europe 600 index  XX:SXXP   +0.86%   climbed 0.9% to close at 313.99, recovering from a 0.7% loss on Tuesday and ending at the highest level in a week. Shares of Vestas Wind Systems SA DK:VWS   +5.30%     VWDRY   +4.47%   rallied 5.3% after the wind-turbine maker said it won a 350 MW order in the U.S.  with potential for up to 636 MW more. Shares of Technip SA  FR:TEC   -6.27%   slid 6.3% after the oil-field-services firm late Tuesday  laid out its guidance for 2014 and said it may see a slow start in the first quarter at its subsea division. Marks & Spencer Group PLC UK:MKS   -2.39%   dropped 2.4% afte

CNBC Morning Squak December 16, 2013.

In the news today Will they or won’t they?  That’s the $85 billion a month tapering question  for the Fed as it gets ready to meet tomorrow and Wednesday. Either way, it could be a volatile week.  (CNBC) As stocks close out a banner year,  many investors are not expecting a repeat performance  in 2014. A new AP-GfK poll finds that 40 percent think the market won’t go much higher from here.  (AP) It looks like the bipartisan budget agreement  may not be a done deal in the Senate yet . Supporters are still rallying enough votes.  (WSJ) U.S. financial exchanges are said to be near a deal  to upgrade the trading infrastructure blamed for a serious market outage in August.  (WSJ) Google hopes its latest addition to its secretive robot project  can give Amazon's drones a run for their money.  (FT) Today marks the busiest global pickup day for UPS , which will turn around and deliver nearly 29 million of those packages tomorrow.  (USA Today) Revelations that Ikea spied on its emplo

How to Trade an Ending Diagonal, Jeffrey Kennedy: MoneyShow Traders Daily Alert November 26, 2013.

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Nuclear Accord With Iran Opens Diplomatic Doors in the Mideast: NYT | Asia Morning Today's Headlines November 25, 2013.

NYT Apps | Subscribe:  Digital /  Home Delivery Today's Headlines Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Top News Nuclear Accord With Iran Opens Diplomatic Doors in the Mideast By MARK LANDLER The preliminary accord reached with Iran is a seminal moment for President Obama, but experts say seeking a broader diplomatic opening could alter other American calculations. Sandy Hook Shooting Investigation Ends With Motive Still Unknown By JOSEPH BERGER and MARC SANTORA Almost a year after Adam Lanza shot his way into a Newtown, Conn., elementary school and killed 26 people, the reason is unknown, investigators say. Syrian Peace Talks to Begin on Jan. 22 By NICK CUMMING-BRUCE and RICK GLADSTONE The aim is to create a transitional government based on mutual consent, though the Syrian government and the opposition are still far apart on what that would mean. For more top news, go to Editors' Picks MAGAZINE  VIDEO:  Making a Scene

Around the World, Inflation Is Hitting Lows Not Seen for Years: NYT | ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS November 15, 2013

  |   MY ALERTS Most Popular   |   Video   |   FGC BOLSA- FGC FIN Compiled:  November 15, 2013 10:36:17 AM Off the Charts Around the World, Inflation Is Hitting Lows Not Seen for Years By FLOYD NORRIS In the United States, the core inflation rate, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, is at 1.2 percent over the last 12 months — one of the reasons the Fed may continue to buy bonds.