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E TalkMarkets Tuesday Talk: The Old Up And Down
Yesterday, the trading week started with a grand rollercoaster ride with the Nasdaq soaring to new heights but at the end of the ride closing lower for the day. Stock futures this morning are light green, so far.
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E TalkMarkets Tuesday Talk: More Fireworks And WAM
Yesterday showed that there were still some fireworks to light as the markets returned from the 4th of July holiday weekend and ended higher, though morning US stock market futures are pointing down as COVID-19 cases continue to climb.
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E TalkMarkets Tuesday Talk: Sideways Into July
No clear path emerged from last week’s trading and it appears that the markets are moving sideways into July. Here are some of the things some of TalkMarkets’ contributors found to say.
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E TalkMarkets Tuesday Talk: No Clear Path
No clear path, but Tuesday morning futures currently signal the market wants to continue higher. With that backdrop in mind here’s a look at some topics of interest and concern among TalkMarkets contributors.
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E TalkMarkets Tuesday Talk: Forecast Looks Choppy
The Fed’s comments about purchasing corporate bonds helped buoy the boats yesterday, but the market seas remain choppy even as cities in Europe and states in the US continue to re-open. Here is what some of TalkMarkets’ contributors have to say.
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E TalkMarkets Tuesday Talk: The Higher You Go, The Harder You Fall?
Kids playing on the see-saw in the playground quickly learn that the higher you go, the harder you fall. How high will the market go and when will it fall are two questions on the minds of many this morning.
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Apologies for the misunderstanding - we removed GILD from the "stocks mentioned in this article" section to eliminate any confusion.

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