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Direxion Details Three Non-Leveraged ETFs
Direxion Nasdaq Volatility Index Shares (QVOL): This ETF would track the DWS NASDAQ-100 Volatility Target Index, which is designed to respond to the volatility of the widely followed stock index.
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Stock markets rebound as budget talks continue
At Monday's closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up nearly 65 points, having made up the ground it had lost in early morning trading when it was down as much as 100 points. The Nasdaq, which had also dipped in the morning, closed 23 ...
Markets Live: Telstra forges higher
The situation might influence volatility too, but the currency strategist observed that the energy price shock was a more dominant force in shaping volatility levels. �Whippy .... 10:47am: Shares in IT services firm DWS have been whacked by as much as ...
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Is Your Target-Date Fund Suffering?
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- During the volatile markets of recent months, many target-date funds delivered disappointing results.
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CORRECTED-RPT-Steel Americas cloud hangs over Germany's ThyssenKrupp
Hiesinger, who replaced Schulz in early 2011, is shifting the company away from the volatile steel sector to higher-margin businesses such as elevators and factory equipment.
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The Scramble for Africa: Profiting From World's Largest Cache of Commodities
Just 36 out of every 100 people own a mobile phone in Africa, compared to India where subscribers total 45 out of every 100, and advanced economies where mobiles outnumber people, AFP said. According to estimates, the total population of the 15 African ...
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Why Japan will never recover
You'd think that a central bank that is throwing �80 trillion (around $US730 billion) into the economy every year -- through government bonds, equities, ETFs, REITS - would be able to muster a little growth and inflation, right?
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Stackla stacks up funding for global expansion
Australian social media start-up Stackla is set to embark on an aggressive international push after announcing a $2 million first funding round.
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Markets Live: ASX at four-week low
But Calderon said there was already a surplus of about 100 million tonnes in the seaborne trade of iron ore, and that would more than double to 250 million tonnes in 2015 and rise again to 340 million tonnes in 2016.
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Wesfarmers takes long view on workwear
A senior Wesfarmers executive says the group's biggest acquisition since its transformational $20 billion Coles Group buy in 2007 could take years to achieve significant earnings growth, The Australian Financial Review reports.