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A web log-site about personal finance, planning & analysis, building models/spreadsheets, and anything else that I think is interesting -- or nuts. What began as a housing bubble bursting has turned first into a credit crunch, and then into the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression -- so far at least. Should I buy, sell, or hold? At times like these, I look for one of those big charts with an arrow that says, “You are here.” It is in that spirit that I offer the following long-term log graph summarizing over 100 years of DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average) performance / history . It has taken me so long ...
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DJ Sicom Rubber Futures Closing Prices July 6 | Cmemarkets.com ...
DJ Sicom Rubber Futures Closing Prices, July 6 Tue Jul 06 06:52:01 2010 EDT Ribbed Smoked Sheet 3 (U.S. cents a kilogram) Month Close Prev. Settle Change High Low Volume Open Int Aug 10 342.0 339.5 2.50 - - - 797 Sep 10 315.0 311.0 4.00 - - - 391 Oct 10 310.0 305.5 4.50 310.0 310.0 12 289 Nov 10 305.0 304.0 1.00 305.0 305.0 12 308 Dec 10 305.0 303.5 1.50 305.0 305.0 12 474 Jan 11 305.0 303.5 1.50 - - ... market research, surveys and trends
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Business & Technology | Starbucks' chief rises to the top ...
A corporate superstar who runs one of the planet's best-known purveyors of caffeine and the head of a small, struggling Seattle biotech... By Eric Pryne Seattle Times business reporter 1. Howard Schultz Chairman, president and CEO of Starbucks (Seattle) 2009 total pay: $14,971,152 Cash pay: $1,643,954 Equity pay: $12,391,522 In fiscal year 2009, Starbucks' • revenue fell 5.9%, • its profit rose 23.9%, • and its stock price rose 32.6%. 2. James Bianco CEO of Cell Therapeutics (Seattle) 2009 total pay: $12,592,030 Cash pay: $1,235,000 Equity pay: $11,275,903 In 2009, Cell Therapeutics' • ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Interest rates climb; 10-year Treasury yield approaches 4 percent ...
NEW YORK — Interest rates rose Monday in the bond market on fresh signs the economy is continuing its slow, steady recovery. The yield on the 10-year Treasury rose note briefly touched 4 percent for the first time in intraday trading since June. It hasn’t ended the day above 4 percent since before the credit crisis erupted in late 2008. The yield is often used as a benchmark for consumer loans. The 10-year note yield rose to high as 4.02 percent Monday, before pulling back to 3.99 percent. It ended Friday’s holiday-abbreviated trading session at 3.94 percent. The bond market closed early for Good Friday. The price of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Highs, low of local stocks for 1st half of 2010
As I look back on the stock market in the first half of 2010, it’s hard to see any fireworks among local publicly held companies. I reviewed changes in the Inquirer/Bloomberg Philadelphia Index, which is composed of the stocks of 189 area companies. The index was down 6.83 percent during the six months ended June 30, compared with the 7.57 percent decline in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Considering only companies whose stock prices traded above $3 as of Dec. 31, I came up with the following list of ooohs and aaaws: The biggest gainer was Marlin Business Services Corp., an equipment-financing firm based in Mount ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
German, French Bonds Fall as Stock Rally Saps Demand for Safety
July 6 (Bloomberg) -- German and French government bonds declined as yields near record lows and gains in equities sapped demand for the perceived safety of fixed-income assets. The losses pushed the 10-year bund yield up from within five basis points of an all-time low. The MSCI World Index of stocks climbed 2.2 percent, its biggest gain in three weeks. Spanish debt fell as banks sold 6 billion euros ($7.5 billion) of the nation’s securities, helping boost Spain’s stock market on optimism that the country can plug its budget shortfall. “Bunds are going to be very much dictated by what equity markets do,” ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Go Long or Short in Pyramids? News from the Egyptian Stock Market ...
whole period for which stock market closing prices and dividend yield data are available. (May 2001–December 2006); and (ii) two subperiods, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Closing Price
Many investors use closing prices reported in the newspapers to monitor their holdings. But not all closing prices are the same, and the differences may be important to you. Here's what you should know about closing prices: "Closing price" generally refers to the last price at which a stock trades during a regular trading session. For many market centers, including the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, and the Nasdaq Stock Market, regular trading sessions run from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. But a number of market centers offer after-hours trading . Some financial publications and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Stock Market Forecasting Using Hidden Markov Model: A New Approach
next day's closing price for a specific stock market share using aforementioned HMM model. For training the model, past one and a half years (approximately) ...
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Where do the numbers come from?
I see what I assume are RSS feeds on all sorts of sites. I see stock market closing prices, mortgage rates, commodities prices, etc. Where do these numbers come from? I can't imagine that a webmaster who's created his own RSS feed doing daily updates on two, three or three hundred different prices or indices. So, I'm assuming that the prices or rates come from a more central location. If I'm correct, then what does it cost to access these numbers? If and when someone replies to this post, I'll have another followup question. Thanks for any replies. A lot of those numbers are generated automatically by ...
WikiAnswers - Stock Market Questions including "What is the ...
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