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RTTNews : Morning Market Briefing.- Stocks Likely To Slide Ahead Of Earnings Season Kickoff - U.S. Commentary

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Morning Market Briefing Mon Jul 12 09:01 2010   Commentary Jul 12, 2010 Stocks Likely To Slide Ahead Of Earnings Season Kickoff - U.S. Commentary Stocks are on pace for a modestly lower open on Monday, as traders are bracing themselves for the unofficial start of second quarter earnings season after the closing bell this afternoon, with aluminum giant Alcoa (AA) due to release its quarterly results. The downward momentum also comes amid another absence of first-tier economic data and follows last week's bargain hunting rally. The major index futures are all in negative territory, with the Dow futures down by 15 points. Full Article Economic News Jul 12, 2010 Chinese Exports, Imports Soar In June China's exports and imports boomed in June, official figures showed on Saturday, suggesting that global demand for Chinese made goods is continuing while Chinese consumers are spending as well. The data also suggests that the Chinese export sector has been una

RTTNews: Morning Market Briefing, April 7th, 2010

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Morning Market Briefing Wed Apr 7 09:01 2010   Commentary Apr 7, 2010 Stocks May See Modest Retreat As Traders Lock In Profits - U.S. Commentary Stocks are poised for a modestly lower open on Wednesday, as market participants may do some profit taking amid the day's light economic calendar. The major index futures are all in negative territory, with the Dow futures down by 27 points. Full Article Economic News Apr 7, 2010 German Factory Orders Stable As Domestic Demand Drops German factory orders stagnated in February after recording a robust increase in January, reflecting a drop in domestic demand. Factory orders logged zero growth on a monthly basis in February following an upwardly revised increase of 5.1% in January, data released by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology showed Wednesday. However, it was better than a 0.5% decline economists had forecast. Annual growth in orders quickened to 24.4% from 17%. Full Article Apr 7, 2010