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RTTNews | Morning Market Briefing -July 7, 2014-.

Commentary Stocks May Give Back Ground In Early Trading - U.S. Commentary After turning in a strong performance last week, stocks may give back some ground in early trading  on Monday . The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 34 points. ( Jul 7, 2014 )  Full Article Economic News IMF Chief Signals Slight Downgrade To Global Growth Outlook International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde indicated a slight reduction to the institution's global growth outlook as investment remains subdued. The global economic outlook to be released later this month would be "slightly different" from previous forecasts, Lagarde said at the Cercle des Economists conference in Aix-en-Provence, France  on Sunday . ( Jul 7, 2014 )  Full Article   German May Industrial Output Falls Unexpectedly German industrial production declined unexpectedly in May and at the sharpest pace since April 2012 as geo

RTTNews | Morning Market Briefing

Morning Market Briefing Commentary Bargain Hunting May Lead To Early Strength On Wall Street – U.S. Commentary After seeing substantial weakness in the previous session, stocks are likely to regain some ground in early trading on Tuesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a moderately higher open, with the Dow futures up by 39 points. (May 24, 2011) Full Article Economic News Germany Economy Logs 1.5% Growth In Q1 As Expected The German economy logged robust expansion in the first quarter, lifted by a recovery in investment after harsh winter and strong domestic as well as external demand. (May 24, 2011) Full Article Eurozone Industrial New Orders Decline Faster Than Forecast Eurozone industrial new orders declined more than expected in March, with orders received by almost all branches in industry falling sharply during the month. (May 24, 2011) Full Article German Business Confidence Stays Stable In May German business sentiment remain

RTTNews | Morning Market Briefing

Morning Market Briefing Commentary Stocks May Open Roughly Flat Following ADP Jobs Data – U.S. Commentary Stocks may show a lack of direction in early trading on Wednesday, as traders look ahead to Friday’s monthly employment report from the Labor Department. The major index futures are currently indicating a roughly flat open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 2 points. (May 4, 2011) Full Article Economic News UK Shop Price Inflation Edges Up In April Shop price inflation in the U.K. rose marginally in April, led by a jump in food prices, latest data from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) showed Wednesday. (May 4, 2011) Full Article U.K. House Prices Fall In April, Nationwide Says British house prices recorded an unexpected fall in April as tight fiscal policy and weak consumer sentiment kept buyers away from the housing market. (May 4, 2011) Full Article Asia Could Account For Half Of Global Output By 2050: ADB Asia could account fo

Stock Futures Pointing To Modest Upside After Jobless Claims - U.S. Commentary .| RTTNews Morning Market Briefing

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Morning Market Briefing Thu Jan 6 09:01 2011 Commentary Jan 6, 2011 Stock Futures Pointing To Modest Upside After Jobless Claims - U.S. Commentary Stock futures are indicating a modestly higher open for the markets on Thursday, as the markets are reacting to a moderate rebound in weekly jobless claims. Movement may be muted in today's session as traders await the December jobs data due out Friday morning. The major index futures are currently all in positive territory, with the Dow futures up by 19 points. Full Article Economic News Jan 6, 2011 Stronger Industrial Confidence Boosts Eurozone Economic Sentiment Eurozone economic sentiment increased more than expected in December, led by a sharp increase in industrial confidence. Consumer morale, however, declined worse than forecast. Full Article Jan 6, 2011 Australia Housing Approvals Sink In November The number of houses approved for construction in Australia slumped in November indicating a further squeeze