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Morning Market Briefing Tue Aug 17 09:01 2010 Commentary Aug 17, 2010 Stocks May Benefit From Easing Concerns About Deflation - U.S. Commentary Stocks may show a notable move to the upside at the start of trading on Tuesday, as traders seem to be reacting positively to the latest batch of economic data. The major index futures are currently all in positive territory, with the Dow futures up by 60 points. Full Article Economic News Aug 17, 2010 Housing Starts Increase By 1.7% In July Housing starts showed a notable increase in the month of July, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Tuesday, although the annual rate of housing starts came in below estimates due to a downward revision to the data for June. Full Article Aug 17, 2010 Producer Prices Increase In Line With Estimates In July After reporting decreases in producer prices in the three previous months, the Labor Department released a report Tuesday morning showing a modest increas
RTTNews : Morning Market Briefing.-Stocks On Pace For Another Drubbing At The Open - U.S. Commentary. August 12th., 2010
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Morning Market Briefing Thu Aug 12 09:01 2010 Commentary Aug 12, 2010 Stocks On Pace For Another Drubbing At The Open - U.S. Commentary Stock futures are pointing to another session of steep losses on Thursday, as continued fears of a slowing economic recovery and a slight uptick in jobless claims levels are weighing on trader sentiment. The major index futures are all firmly lower, with the Dow futures down by 83 points. Full Article Economic News Aug 12, 2010 Rebound In Fuel Prices Results In Modest Increase In Import Prices Import prices saw a modest increase in the month of July amid a rebound in fuel import prices, the Labor Department revealed in a report released on Thursday, with the report also showing a modest decrease in export prices for the month. Full Article Aug 12, 2010 Eurozone Industrial Output Unexpectedly Drops In June Eurozone industrial production unexpectedly fell in June, although economists believe that the sector will continue to be t