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ADVFN III World Daily Markets Bulletin

ADVFN I I I World Daily Markets Bulletin Daily world financial news Monday, 30 July 2012 US Market Reports  Stocks Poised For Early Profit Taking Wall Street looks poised for a decline in early trading on Monday. With little major news to drive markets, traders are ready to book some profits after notable gains posted at the end of last week. Stocks moved sharply higher on Friday, adding to the strong gains posted in the previous session. The markets benefited from some relatively upbeat U.S. economic data as well as the latest news out of Europe. The Dow rose 188 points. The Nasdaq climbed 65 points. The S&P 500 advanced 26 points. Europe remains a key focus on Wall Street. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti have again vowed to defend the euro. The two leaders made the pledge during a phone conversation on Sunday. They also stated that the decisions made at the EU summit last month must be implemented as q

ADVFN III World Daily Markets Bulletin

ADVFN I I I World Daily Markets Bulletin   Daily world financial news US Market Reports Tech Stocks Leading The Way Higher On Wall Street Stocks have moved mostly higher over the course of early trading on Wednesday after moving to the downside at the open. The major averages have all climbed into positive territory, with the Nasdaq showing a notable upward move. The major averages have seen some further upside in the past few minutes, reaching new highs for the young session. The Dow is up 35.05 points or 0.3 percent at 12,840.59, the Nasdaq is up 21.80 points or 0.8 percent at 2,931.84 and the S&P 500 is up 5.12 points or 0.4 percent at 1,368.79. Technology stocks have helped to lead the way higher despite disappointing guidance from semiconductor giant Intel (INTC). While Intel reported better than expected second quarter earnings after the close of trading on Tuesday, the company also reported weaker than expected revenues and lowered its full

ADVFN III World Daily markets Bulletin

ADVFN I I I World Daily Markets Bulletin   Daily world financial news US Market Reports Stocks Moving Sharply Higher In Early Trading Stocks moved sharply higher at the start of trading on Friday, as traders reacted positively to the latest news out of Europe. The major averages showed strong moves to the upside after ending the previous session in the red. The major averages have pulled back off their highs for the young session in the past few minutes but continue to post substantial gains. The Dow is up 175.36 points or 1.4 percent at 12,777.62, the Nasdaq is up 49.81 points or 1.8 percent at 2,899.30 and the S&P 500 is up 20.44 points or 1.5 percent at 1,349.48. The early rally on Wall Street came after European Council President Herman Van Rompuy announced that European leaders have agreed to spend 120 billion euros on a package of measures to stimulate growth and create jobs. Van Rompuy said the leaders also agreed to permit the Europe

ADVFN III World Daily Markets Bulletin

US Market Reports Stocks Seeing Further Upside In Late Morning Trading 6/19/2012 11:11 AM ET After moving mostly higher in early trading, stocks have seen some further upside over the course of morning trading on Tuesday. The major averages have climbed more firmly into positive territory, reaching their best intraday levels in over a month. Much of the strength on Wall Street stems from optimism that the Federal Reserve will announce further measures to stimulate the sluggish economy following the conclusion of its two-day monetary policy meeting on Wednesday. Adding to the optimism, the Commerce Department released a report before the start of trading showing a notable decrease in housing starts in the month of May. With Oracle helping to lead the way higher after reporting better than expected quarterly results, software stocks are seeing significant strength on the day. The Dow Jones Software Index is up by 2.4 percent due in part to a 3 percent gain by