Monthly Archives: August 2008

What’s Movin’ Markets – FRIDAY, August 29th

‘Israel reaches strategic decision not to let Iran go nuclear’ (Jerusalem Post) Oil Rises, Heads for Biggest Weekly Gain in Two Months as Storm Shuts Rigs (Bloomy)  Dell Declines After Saying U.S. Technology Slump Has Moved to Europe, Asia (Bloomy)  … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Thursday, August 28th

Germany’s August Unemployment Rate Declines to Lowest Level in 16 Years Storm (Bloomy)  Euro Rises a Second Day as Rate Advantage May Draw Investors on ECB Signal (Bloomy)  Gustav May Halt Oil Output in U.S. Gulf (CNBC) Fannie’s Mudd Shakes … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Wednesday, August 27th

Weber Says Higher ECB Interest Rates May Be Needed When Economy Recovers (Bloomy) FDIC’s Bair Says Agency May Have to Borrow Money From U.S. Treasury (WSJ) German Import-Price Inflation Accelerates to Fastest Pace in Eight Years (Bloomy)  Crude Oil Rises … Continue reading

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