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RTTNews Morning Market Briefing -November 21, 2012-.

Commentary November 21, 2012 Stocks May Turn In Another Lackluster Performance - U.S. Commentary After ending the previous session nearly flat, stocks may turn in another lackluster performance in early trading on Wednesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a slightly higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by just 3 points. (Nov 21, 2012) Full Article Economic News Japan October Trade Deficit JPY549.0 Bln Japan posted a merchandise trade deficit of 549.0 billion yen in October, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday, reflecting the results of slowing exports to China in a territorial island dispute. (Nov 21, 2012) Full Article Eurogroup Delays Decision On Greece; Talks To Continue On Nov. 26 Eurozone finance ministers on Tuesday failed to strike a deal on Greece, delaying further the approval of the much-awaited EUR 31.5 billion-loan installment despite fears that the country will run out of cash this month. The Eurogroup wi

RTTNews Morning Market Briefing -November 21, 2012-.

Commentary November 21, 2012 Stocks May Turn In Another Lackluster Performance - U.S. Commentary After ending the previous session nearly flat, stocks may turn in another lackluster performance in early trading on Wednesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a slightly higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by just 3 points. (Nov 21, 2012) Full Article Economic News Japan October Trade Deficit JPY549.0 Bln Japan posted a merchandise trade deficit of 549.0 billion yen in October, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday, reflecting the results of slowing exports to China in a territorial island dispute. (Nov 21, 2012) Full Article Eurogroup Delays Decision On Greece; Talks To Continue On Nov. 26 Eurozone finance ministers on Tuesday failed to strike a deal on Greece, delaying further the approval of the much-awaited EUR 31.5 billion-loan installment despite fears that the country will run out of cash this month. The Eurogroup wi