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  • Ryanair shares slide on safety concerns

    Ryanair (NASDAQ:RYAAY) , Europe’s largest budget airline by revenue, is down by more than 3.7% in pre-market trading to $51.60 per share as safety concerns make headlines across the globe. The results of a safety survey commissioned by the Ryanair Pilot Group revealed the company may not be focusing adequate attention of passenger safety. Up until

  • Blackberry shares roar on PE speculation

    Shares of Blackberry (NASDAQ:BBRY) traded sharply higher on Monday morning as speculation surrounding the company’s future made waves. In pre-market trading on Monday shares moved higher by more than 7.6% to $10.50 following what was an incredible move last Friday. Late last week sources announced the company was considering the possibility of a private buyout

  • Stocks close out worst week since June

    US stocks faced a fifth consecutive day of selloffs Friday, capping off the market’s worst weekly performance since June. The markets declined on speculation about US Federal Reserve bond tapering later this year, which was fueled by better-than-expected data on trade and services sector growth. On Thursday the US Department of Labor also reported better-than-expected

  • Stocks trade under pressure as traders focus on tapering

    Stocks in the US were under pressure starting the trading session on a down note and following through as the Dow Jones Industrial experienced a triple digit loss.  Economic data in the US next week will focus on retail sales and consumer inflation, while earnings rap up a very busy season. Stock market investors are

  • Priceline.com nears $1,000 on strong earnings

    Remember the technology boom just 14 years ago, the wild price swings, the days where an idea without revenues was a public company. Well, much has happened in these short 14 years. The stock market has rebounded from the technology woes of the early 2000’s yet crumbled again during the 2008 financial crisis. Throughout all

  • Monster Beverage: A caffeine crash
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    Monster Beverage: A caffeine crash

    August 10, 2013, 08:48 GMT

    Monster Beverage Corporation (NASDAQ:MNST) reported its second quarter earnings after the market close on Thursday. Following the results shares traded sharply lower in the after hours session before working their way higher in pre-market trading on Friday. At the time of this writing shares of the company traded down by 0.66% to $63.05 per share.

  • QE3 to reach $1.2 trillion by termination date: Evans

    Market participants looking to pinpoint the inevitable end to the US Federal Reserve’s asset purchases should take notice to recent comments made by Charles Evans, President to the Fed Bank of Chicago. Evans, who is one of the most vocal supporters of accommodative monetary policy, remarked recently the Fed would have made at least $1.2

  • Stocks avoid 4-day loss, but sentiment is negative

    Stocks in the US gyrated from positive to negative, before settling higher at the end of the trading session.  Better than expected jobless claims buoyed stocks on the open, but traders took profit mid-morning pushing the major indices into the red. Chinese data pushed US futures higher, as the world’s second largest economy released export

  • Groupon jumps 25% on strong results
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    Groupon jumps 25% on strong results

    August 8, 2013, 17:40 GMT

    Shares of Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN) traded higher by more than 25% early Thursday morning as the company reported its earnings after the market close on Wednesday. Over the last few years Groupon shareholders have been victim to great price swings and even fears of solvency. Since the company’s highly publicized initial public offering just a few

  • Tesla Motors drives past expectations

    As earnings season winds down investors and traders alike are overcome with the bittersweet feeling which comes around four times each year. After the market closed on Wednesday a number of large, highly contested, companies reported their second quarter results. Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA) which traded lower during the session by more than 5.5%, roared to