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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.
Stocks surge on reports of possible debt ceiling deal
In another sign of that markets were confident a deal could be reached, the Chicago Board Options Exchange Market Volatility Index - which measures how volatile investors believe the stock market will be over the next 30 days and is referred to as the ...
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Stock market digests fiscal deal
The S&P 500 closed at a record high 1,733.15, up 11.61 points for the day, while the Nasdaq closed up 23.71 points. The Dow Jones industrial average had a rougher go of it, suffering a 145-point slide after the morning bell before gradually picking up ...
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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.
Wall Street shrugs off president, focuses on Congress
When it comes to worrying over a possible debt default, Wall Street is brushing off President Barack Obama's warnings and focusing its attention instead on Congress.
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Stock markets soar on news of a deal
Wall Street cheered a long-awaited deal to reopen the government and increase the nation's borrowing cap that emerged Wednesday, as Congress is poised to end a government shutdown now into its third week and squash fears that the United States may ...
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 ...
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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Wesfarmers still on acquisition trail
Mr Goyder told The Australian before he addressed the Australian Shareholders Association national conference in Melbourne yesterday that it was a dangerous game to make acquisition decisions based on movements of the volatile dollar. “We try not to ...
Medibank IPO raises $5.679bn
Aust shares finish volatile day firmer · More Markets �. Stay. Politics ... US states shoot high with renewable energy targets · 8 hours ago A significant number of US states have their own renewable energy targets or standards with Hawaii recently ...
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