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Wednesday's trading session was quite bullish as stocks extended their recent move up following Producer Price Index number release, among others.

Earnings season is in full swing. We will see earnings releases from Microsoft, Amazon, Intel today. Stocks sold off on Tuesday, but yesterday's trading session was pretty neutral.

Earnings season is just getting underway and stocks extend their short-term uptrend. Yesterday's trading session was mixed, as the market reached potential resistance level. Is this a topping pattern or just quick profit taking action before another leg higher?
After Friday’s soft wage growth figures overshadowed the rather good jobs numbers, the market’s attention quickly turned to this week’s release of key inflation data.

The roulette game all started in the fall of 2014, about 2 years after Chairman Xi Jinping came to power and became the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China.

After an extremely volatile week, traders are no doubt feeling a bit apprehensive about the future. After all, global stocks have now entered a “bear market.”
Global stock markets are on their shakiest footing in years.Investors are fleeing stocks and running to safe-havens like bonds and gold, driven by concerns about economic growth and the effectiveness of central banks' policies.

All three major indexes fell more than 1% in early trading on Wednesday as investors looked for safe havens after China allowed its currency to weaken further and oil prices fell to their lowest in