The Dow Jones saw some selling pressure this week, closing down 4.94 percent from its last all-time high of October 3rd of last year.
This was a constructive week for the Dow Jones, up 1.49 percent in the BEV chart.
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The pending failure in the corporate bond market will reflect on the Dow Jones' dividend payouts. In the past nine years, dividend payouts for the Dow...
Palladium is now the most expensive precious metal in the market and its price could rise multiple times in the coming months.
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The major U.S. indices rose on average 3%. Most are now up 10%-15% on the year. Are we on the cusp of a blow-off move?
Daily volatility has been reduced since early last month and the Dow Jones is expected to continue advancing to new all-time highs.
World trade is beginning to slide as Italy and Germany could be leading the Eurozone into a recession. Meanwhile, U.S. unemployment rate jumped.