stock market


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Teaching your kids about the stock market gives them a jump-start on smart investing.
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From conducting two seminars per month, the PSE will conduct free stock market seminars every Tuesdays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the PSE Tektite Office in Ortigas, Pasig City.
In late 1996 and early 1997, when Hartcher suggests Greenspan should have moved to tame the stock market, the market's levels were modest compared to what they were two or three years later.
The economy was booming, and millions of Americans dreamed of getting rich in the stock market.
There's also new life at the country's long-stagnant stock market, as a raft of privately-held companies begin to consider going public.
Many decided that the stock market was a risky gambling den to be avoided, and stayed out of the market for years, if they returned at all.
NTT, the bellwether of the group and of the Japanese stock market as a whole, rose sharply during the 1999/2000 bubble, but has been bumping along the bottom since late 2001 and recently sold off again some 20 percent from October highs.
In the past two years I've held my own, even though the stock market has dropped.
I have long been skeptical of simple analysis of the so-called "wealth effect" of the stock market on both consumer spending patterns and job creation.
Most hedge funds enable investors to realize moderate gains no matter how the stock market is doing.
The revision blew a chill through an already uncomfortably cold summer stock market, but warmed the hearts of New Economy skeptics.
Wall Street isn't the only place where the stock market is being closely watched these days.
For the really perverse, or those who want to offset a stock market slide, there are mutual funds called short funds or ultras, Klein said.
The Super Bowl theory links stock market performance to the results of the championship football game, held each January since 1967.