Bearly News for September 18, 2015

FedEx shares tumbled after the company surprised analysts by cutting its full-year profit projection just 3 months into the fiscal year. Shares fell more than

While analysts initially called for Australia’s wheat crop to slump to an 8-year low, forecasters are now projecting a record setting harvest as weather conditions remain favorable despite El Nino. Output is expected to

U.S. retail sales continued to rise in August – marking the sixth straight monthly advance – as consumers boosted spending in spite of recent volatility in the markets. Sales rose by

Crude oil surged this week after the EIA reported that domestic supplies finally declined last week – marking the first downturn in 3 weeks. Inventories fell

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Alibaba’s shares took a beating on Monday, as a report published over the weekend by trade publication Barron called for the Chinese e-commerce giant’s shares to plummet 50 percent in the coming year. Shares

Economic sentiment in Germany dropped to a 10 month low in September on mounting concerns that an economic slowdown in emerging markets would weigh on the economy. The ZEW economic expectations index fell

The dollar plunged to a 3-week low on Thursday, as dovish comments by the Federal Reserve during its policy meeting had investors selling the U.S. currency. The greenback fell

Despite reporting that Q1 earnings topped forecasts, Oracle’s shares fell this week as revenue dropped more sharply than anticipated thanks to a downturn in software license sales and a strong U.S.

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The U.S. consumer price index unexpectedly fell in August, as a strong U.S. dollar and declining gas prices weighed on the cost of other goods. According to the Labor Department, inflation

Although cocoa output out of Ivory Coast is set to match last year’s record this season, unfavorable weather conditions will have production falling during the 2015/16 season by at least

Adobe’s shares rose in afterhours trading on Thursday as a record showing in quarterly revenues helped the company reported a better-than-expected Q3 profit of

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Comments made by the Fed Reserve during its 2-day policy meeting and a weakening U.S. dollar had gold prices rallying to a 2-week high this week. Snapping a 3-week losing streak, gold rose

In what had to be the most anticipated decision of the year, the Federal Reserve announced whether or not it would finally raise rates for the first time in 9 years. Citing volatile


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Bearly News for September 11, 2015

In a sign that employers are optimistic about the state of the economy, U.S. job openings surged to a record high in July – rising

Ryanair shares soared to an all-time high this week after the airline raised its full-year profit forecast by 25 percent. Shares jumped more than

Vietnam’s coffee output is expected to fall sharply this season as drought, unexpected bouts of cold weather, and hoarfrost damages tens of thousands of hectares. According to the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association production will tumble

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Both the kiwi and the aussie sank to near 6-year lows this week after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand cut its official cash rate in order to combat a weakening economy. The kiwi dropped

Despite a larger-than-expected weekly inventory build, crude oil rallied as forecasts called for domestic production to continue its downward trend. Crude climbed

In a surprise move, the European Union’s statistics agency upwardly revised its GDP projections for both the first and second quarter of the year. The Eurozone economy grew at its fastest

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA surprised markets by raising its domestic soybean crop projection, while lowering its corn forecast less than anticipated. The agency now sees soybean outlook reaching

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Barnes & Noble’s shares sank this week after the book retailer reported an unexpected Q1 loss of $0.68 a share versus forecasts for a profit of $0.12 a share. The news sent shares down

Cocoa climbed to a 6-week high this week as concerns rose that dry weather in West Africa could hurt output in the upcoming season. Futures rose more than

Natural gas extended gains this week after the EIA reported that stockpiles rose by just 68 billion cubic feet to 1.539 trillion versus forecasts for a build of between 72 and 76 billion cubic feet. Futures advanced

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Gold dropped to a 4-week low after one of the world’s largest physical gold buyers implemented policy changes in an effort to reduce imports. Gold for December delivery slid

Despite launching a handful of new products in addition to the latest iPhone release, Apple shares still fell this week – marking its largest 1-day drop on an iPhone release day since 2013. Shares dropped


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Bearly News for September 3, 2015

Blyth Inc. shares more than doubled this week after the company announced that it would be bought out by asset manager The Carlyle Group. Following the news, shares soared more than

U.S. manufacturing activity unexpectedly dropped to a more than 2-year low in August, as declining oil prices, a strong dollar, and forecasts for weak global growth weighed on production. The ISM’s manufacturing index fell

Crude oil plunged after the EIA reported that stockpiles climbed by 4.7 million barrels last week – marking the largest weekly advance since April. The surprise build sent prices sliding more than

Increased crop projections for the European Union, Russia, and Ukraine had the International Grains Council raising its 2015/16 world wheat forecast – up from a previous estimate of

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Despite continued turmoil concerning the overall state of China’s economy, strong economic data out of the U.S. helped the greenback rebound against all of its major peers this week. The dollar rose

China’s manufacturing sector contracted at its fastest pace in 3 years in August, as both new orders and new export orders fell. The National Bureau of Statistics’ PMI index dropped

Although the current season’s crop is on track to match last season’s record harvest, forecasters are already calling for the Ivory Coast’s 2015/16 cocoa crop to fall at least

Dollar Tree’s shares slumped this week as the retailer reported that a Q2 loss and a full-year revenue projection that missed forecasts. Shares sank nearly

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U.S. construction spending climbed to a more than 7-year high in June, as spending on private construction surged to post-recession highs. Total spending rose by a better-than-expected

Natural gas lost some of its earlier gains after the EIA reported that stockpiles rose more than anticipated last week. Supplies rose by

Despite reporting Q2 results that easily topped Wall Street, Ambarella’s shares tumbled as the company’s revenue guidance for the third quarter failed to impress. The video-compression chipmaker shares sank

Soybeans dropped to a 6-year low this week as higher South American stockpiles and increased U.S. production forecasts weighed on prices. Futures fell

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After making its largest monthly advance since January, gold continued to rise as weak economic data out of China early in the week fueled concerns about a global slowdown. The metal jumped

GoPro shares fell sharply this week after a slew of analysts slashed their price target and Morgan Stanley called for the company to make a reduction in inventory by the end of the year. Shares fell


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Bearly News for August 28, 2015

U.S. consumer confidence soared in August, as optimism over the state of the labor market continued to improve. The Conference Board’s index rose to a better-than-expected 7-month high of

Tiffany & Co shares hit an 18-month low this week after the luxury jeweler called for full-year profits to fall between 2 and 5 percent to $3.99 to $4.12 a share – missing forecasts of $4.26 a share. The news sent shares down more

Crude made its largest one-day advance in 6 years on Thursday as the EIA reported that supplies fell 5.45 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of 1.9 million and equity markets began to recover. Brent crude jumped

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The People’s Bank of China cut both its reserve requirements and its key interest rate, as concerns rose about the overall state of the economy and the main Shanghai share index plummeted

Rabobank raised its world coffee deficit projection for both this season and next – citing a disappointing crop in Peruvian and strong demand in Europe. The agency raised its 2015/16 estimate from

Despite uncertainty as to whether an economic downturn in China will weigh on the nation’s economy, Germany’s Ifo business confidence index unexpectedly rose in August – rising from a reading of

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Natural gas fell this week as the EIA reported that supplies rose by 69 billion cubic feet to 3.099 trillion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of between 58 and 62 billion cubic feet. The news sent futures down

Gains in a key measure of investment had U.S. durable goods orders making a surprise advance in July, with orders for long-lasting goods climbing by a seasonally adjusted

South African’s wheat harvest will fall to a 5-year low this season, as a larger-than-anticipated reduction in planting area hurts yields. The Crop Estimates Committee unexpectedly cut its forecast from

The U.S. dollar rebounded sharply after a string of economic reports boosted sentiment. The greenback jumped more than

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Best Buy shares surged this week after the retailer reported quarterly results that handily beat market expectations. During the second quarter, profits jumped 12 percent to

Gold fell sharply this week, as strong U.S. economic data and rebounding equities raised bets that a rate increase by the Fed Reserve will still take place before the end of the year. Over the course of the week, gold plunged more than


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Bearly News for August 21, 2015

U.S. housing starts rose 0.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.21 million in July – exceeding forecasts of 1.19 million – as starts on single-family homes soared to an 8-year high of

Home Depot’s Q2 earnings of $1.73 a share topped forecasts of $1.71 a share, as revenue rose by a better-than-expected 4.3 percent to $24.83 billion. The results sent shares up more than

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies made a surprise advance last week – rising 2.6 million barrels to 456.21 million versus forecasts for a draw of

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Inflation in the U.K. unexpectedly rose 0.1 percent in July compared to forecasts for an unchanged reading of zero, as the core measure climbed to a 5-month high of

According to FranceAgriMer, France’s wheat output will rise 8 percent year-on-year, as crop conditions continue to remain favorable across the region. The agency now sees production at a record

The sterling rose to a 7-1/2 year high this week as an unexpected increase in inflation raised speculation that a rate increase by the Bank of England could be on the horizon. The pound advanced

Pork demand outpaced both chicken and beef, as farmers continued to expand their herds following the PEDv outbreak in 2013. Pork sales jumped 12.5 percent in June – helping to push prices down more than

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Walmart shares fell this week as the retailer reported that Q2 earnings fell 15.1 percent to $3.48 billion or $1.08 a share – missing forecasts of

According to the USDA’s latest Crop Production Report, domestic corn and soybean crops will be some of the largest on record, with the corn crop expected to reach

U.S. existing home sales unexpectedly surged to an 8-year high in July, as an improving labor market and low mortgage rates boosted sales among seasoned home owners. Sales rose

Natural gas futures rose this week after the EIA reported that supplies rose by a smaller-than-expected 53 billion cubic feet to 3.03 trillion compared to forecasts for a build of 58 billion cubic feet. The smaller-than-expected build sent futures sliding

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With a call for the U.S. dollar to climb even further as the Fed Reserve cuts stimulus measures, Citi bank cut both its 2015 and 2016 gold price projections – reducing its current year forecast from

Morgan Stanley raised its Tesla Motors price target by a massive 66 percent – citing the company’s unique position “to dominate in the emerging world of autonomous technology and driving.” The news sent Tesla’s shares surging more than


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Bearly News for August 14, 2015

Strong gains across the board in household purchases had U.S. retail sales rebounding in July after dropping 0.3 percent in June. Sales rose by a better-than-expected

Corn futures fell sharply this week after the USDA surprised markets by raising its domestic corn crop projection from a previously reported 13.5 billion bushels to

Cisco Systems’ shares rose this week after the telecommunications company reported that earnings topped forecasts during the fourth quarter, as revenue rose 3.6 percent to $12.8 billion versus forecasts of

Crude fell to a nearly 6-year low this week after the EIA reported that supplies fell less than anticipated last week – dropping 1.68 million barrels to 453.6 million versus forecasts for a draw of 2 million. Prices slipped

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A closely watched index on investor confidence in the eurozone unexpectedly fell in Aug., as investors became less optimistic about economic growth in the coming 6 months. The Sentix index dropped from

Twitter shares climbed this week after interim CEO Jack Dorey purchased more than 31,000 shares at an estimated $875,000 – making him the fourth company insider to buy shares in the course of a week. Shares rose

The yuan sank to a 4-year low after People’s Bank of China shocked markets by devaluing the currency throughout the week – generating fears that the economy is in worse shape than first anticipated. The

An investigation questioning the techniques used by a day trading firm to ‘mind-hack’ a well-known institutional money manager is now under intense scrutiny

Natural gas storage rose by 65 billion cubic feet to 2.913 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of 55 billion cubic feet. The larger-than-anticipated build sent futures sliding more than

Shake Shack rallied after the hamburger chain reported that Q2 earnings soared 206 percent to $3.4 million or $0.09 a share versus forecasts of $0.03 a shares. The results came as revenue jumped 74.7 percent to $48.5 million. Shares advanced

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA unexpectedly raised its domestic soybean inventory projection from 3.885 billion bushels to

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World gold demand plunged 12 percent to a 6-year low in the second quarter, as buyers in both China and India continued to reduce purchases. According to the World Gold Council, demand fell from 1,038 tons to

Google’s shares surged after the tech giant announced that it was changing its operating structure – creating a parent company called Alphabet Inc. under which it will run all of its businesses. Shares rose


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Bearly News for August 7, 2015

U.S. manufacturing unexpectedly fell from a 5-month high in July, as a decline in order backlogs and employment outpaced gains in production and new orders. The ISM’s index fell from a reading of

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies fell by a larger-than-expected 4.41 million barrels to 455.28 million barrels last week – exceeding forecasts for a draw of

Sears’ shares tumbled to a more than 3-year low this week after the failing retailer reported that same-store sales during the second quarter sank 10.9 percent – marking their largest downturn in 5 years. Shares fell

The European Union slashed its corn crop projection yet again as hot and dry weather conditions continued to hurt yields. The agency reduced its 2015/16 estimate by

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Twitter shares plummeted to an all-time low this week – bringing its decline to 58 percent since January – as weak user growth continued to weigh on investor optimism and another executive announced plans to jump ship. Shares fell more than

In a sign that the economic recovery will remain weak in the third quarter, eurozone retails fell more sharply than expected in June – dropping

Sugar prices plunged to a 6-1/2 year low this week, as the Brazilian real continued to decline against the U.S. dollar – adding to the previous month’s downturn of 10 percent. Raw sugar fell

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News that the Reserve Bank of Australia would hold rates at a record-low 2 percent for the third straight month sent the Aussie rallying nearly

Natural gas inventories rose by 32 billion cubic feet to 2.912 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of 42 billion cubic feet. The smaller-than-expected build had futures rebounding

U.S. factory orders rebounded in June, as aircraft demand surged 65.4 percent – bringing overall demand for transportation equipment to 9.3 percent. According to the Commerce Department new orders rose

SovEcon raised both its wheat and overall grain forecasts for Russia, as a spell of dry weather allowed harvesting to pick up speed. The agency now sees wheat production 1.5 million metric tons higher at

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Gold dropped to a near 5-1/2 year low this week after comments from the Fed Reserve indicated that a rate increase could come as early as next month – sending the U.S. dollar even higher. The metal fell

Tesla shares sank after the electric car maker reported that its Q2 net loss tripled to $184.2 million from a year-earlier $61.9 million. The company also trimmed its production forecast for the year to between 50,000 and 55,000 vehicles. Shares slid more than



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Bearly News for July 24, 2015

U.S. existing home sales jumped to an almost 8-1/2 year high in June, as gains in the labor market and the overall economy helped more Americans get into homes. Sales rose

Morgan Stanley Q2 earnings of $0.79 a share easily topped forecasts of $0.74, as revenue jumped 12 percent to $9.7 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares climbing more than

Crude oil fell below the key level of $50 a barrel after the EIA reported that supplies unexpectedly advanced last week. Inventories rose 2.5 million barrels to 463.9 million versus forecasts for a draw of 1.6 million. The surprise build sent prices to a 3-month low of

LifeLock shares tanked on Tuesday before trading was finally halted. The slide came after the FTC announced that the company failed to follow terms outline in a 2010 settlement that required

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Wheat fell to an almost 1-month low after the USDA said crop progress rose from a completion rate of 65 percent to 75 percent, which exceeded the 5-year average of 74 percent. Futures declined

Although IBM’s Q2 profit of $3.84 a share beat forecasts of $3.78, the company’s stock tumbled as revenue dropped 13.5 percent to $20.81 billion versus forecasts of $20.95 billion. Shares fell more than

After making its largest downturn in more than a month following weak corporate earnings, the U.S. dollar rebounded on strong economic data – rising

Raw sugar slumped to a 6-1/2 year low this week, as speculation rose that world glut will rise as Brazil’s harvest accelerates on improved weather conditions. Futures for Oct. delivery dropped

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Concerns over the Greek crisis had consumer confidence in the eurozone falling far more than expected in July – down from a previous reading of -5.6 to

Natural gas storage continued to rise last week – advancing 61 billion cubic feet to 2.828 trillion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of between 67 and 71 billion cubic feet. Futures fell

A $7.5 million write-down stemming from its acquisition of Nokia had Microsoft reporting its largest loss on record during the fourth quarter. The massive $3.2 billion loss sent shares down more than

China boosted its corn imports in June to the highest level in at least a decade – just missing an 18 percent surge in prices during the final week and a half of the month. Purchases more than doubled from

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Strength in the U.S. dollar and uncertainly over when the Fed Reserve will make its first rate increase had gold experiencing its longest losing streak in nearly 20 years. The metal sank to a more than 5-year low of

Despite reporting a Q3 profit of $1.85 a shares versus forecasts of $1.81, Apple’s shares fell sharply as both iPhone sales and revenue missed the marked. The tech giant’s shares

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Bearly News for July 17, 2015

U.S. retail sales made a surprise downturn in Jun, as car sales dropped 1.1 percent, home and furniture stores 1.6 percent, clothing 1.5 percent, and restaurants 0.2 percent. Purchases tumbled

Oil prices slid to a 3-month low this week after the EIA reported that total commercial inventories of crude oil and petroleum products rose 2.8 million barrels to an all new record high of 1.27 billion barrels. Prices fell more than

Bank of America’s Q2 earnings more than doubled to $0.45 a share – easily topping forecasts of $0.36 a share – as revenue rose to $22.35 billion compared to forecasts of $21.32 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares

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Optimism that coffee prices will continue to surge after climbing more than 9 percent last month has farmers in Vietnam stockpiling the most beans in 5 years. Unsold inventories nearly doubled year-on-year – rising

Twitter shares soared on Tuesday after a purported Bloomberg News article reported that the microblogging site had received a takeover bid worth $31 billion. However, within 20 minutes the

Wheat continued to decline this week as demand for more expensive domestic supplies remained weak and the USDA reported that the winter harvest progressed from a completion rate of 55 percent to 65 percent. Prices dropped to a 2-week low of

Declines in food and clothing had inflation in the U.K. dropping back to zero in June, while the core index unexpectedly fell to a 14-year low of

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The U.S. dollar index jumped to a 6-week high after Fed Reserve Chair Janet Yellen reconfirmed that at rate increase would likely take place before the end of the year. The greenback rose

Natural gas storage rose by 99 billion cubic feet to 2.767 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of between 93 and 97 billion cubic feet. The larger-than-expected build had futures tumbling an additional

Shares of JPMorgan rose after the company delivered Q2 results that topped Wall Street. During the quarter, earnings rose to $1.54 a share versus forecasts of $1.45, while revenue

In its final projection of the season, the USDA raised its 2014/15 Florida orange crop estimate. The agency now sees output at

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Remarks from the Federal Reserve regarding when the next interest rate increase would take place had gold plunging to an 8-month low this week. Spot gold dropped

A share upgrade and anticipation for “Prime Day” had Amazon shares hitting multiple records this week – first spiking nearly 3 percent to close at a record-high on Monday and then jumping more than

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Bearly News for July 10, 2015

Gains in business activity and new orders helped to push up service sector growth in the U.S., with the Institute for Supply Management’s non-manufacturing index rising from

Crude oil tumbled to a 3-month low this week after the EIA reported that the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly rose by 400,000 barrels versus forecasts for a draw of 1 million. Futures fell nearly

PepsiCo’s Q2 earnings of $1.32 a share easily topped forecasts of $1.23 a share, as gains in U.S. sales helped to offset currency declines in Latin America and Europe. The better-than-expected results sent the company’s shares climbing more than

Citing “excellent vegetative growth” Brazil raised its second corn harvest projection from a previous estimate of 49.38 million metric tons to a record-high of

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Canada posted the second largest trade deficit on record in May, as exports fell for the fifth straight month. The deficit unexpectedly widened from C$2.99 billion to

Sugar jumped 1.5 percent to a 6-week high of $12.5 a pound this week, as the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association warned of a possible cut in output and the International Sugar Organization raised its 2015/16 world deficit projection by

The yen dropped from its strongest level against the U.S. dollar in 7 weeks, as Chinese stocks rallied by the most in 6 years. The yen fell from

Shares of both Aetna and Humana tumbled this week after the two health insurance companies announced a merger valued at more than $30 billion. Aetna’s shares fell more than 6 percent while Humana’s shares slid

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Natural gas inventories rose by 91 billion cubic feet to 2,668 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of 84 billion. The larger-than-anticipated supply increase sent futures

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices fell to a more than 2-year low this week after the chipmaker reported a larger-than-expected 8 percent downturn in revenue during the second quarter. Shares tanked

The French farm ministry sees wheat output rising 400,000 metric tons year-on-year to reach the second highest level on record and the highest level for the European Union this season on increased sowings. According to the ministry, production will

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Walgreens’ Q3 adjusted earnings rose 22.9 percent to $1.02 a share – exceeding forecasts of $0.87 – as sales jumped 48.4 percent to $28.8 billion. The results sent the drugstore chain’s shares surging nearly

After initially plunging to a 4-month low, gold rebound as Chinese shares recovered and minutes from the Fed Reserve’s meeting signaled that a rate increase in the coming months would be unlikely. Gold rose

A weaker-than-expected first quarter in the U.S. had the International Monetary Fund cutting both its U.S. and world economic growth forecasts this week. The IMF reduced its 2015 U.S. estimate from 3.1 percent to 2.5 percent, while cutting its global

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