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Trading Deck: The technical setup for equities is suggesting that while this may not be a direct move lower, there is the possibility of a much larger move down for the S&P, writes Avi Gilburt.
The massive wave of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong — dubbed by some the “Umbrella Revolution” — may deliver a hard blow to the territory’s economy, and even to China as a whole, some analysts say.
• Hong Kong on edge as protests grow
• Hong Kong democracy protests in pictures
• China’s hand-me-down jobs stoke fights
Zuckerberg adds $15 billion to his net worth
‘Tesla of dealers’ scores Morgan Stanley approval
Four things to consider before a second marriage
• Actor George Clooney marries in Venice
• College graduates likelier to stay married
Indian prime minister courts U.S. CEOs
• Wall Street’s Indian elite form a club of giving
10 things Starbucks won’t tell you about your coffee
Can Yahoo grow its core business post-Alibaba?
• What Alibaba’s U.S. listing will do for China
• Alibaba buys stake in Chinese hotel-tech firm
• Alibaba buzz: Options start trading Monday
• Alibaba sues blogger over critical posts
It’s not just adult kids who are moving back home
• Asia stock markets: Latest quotes
• After Hours: Ford falls; Cintas, Synnex rise
• U.S. stocks recover from session lows
• China clears Apple iPhone 6 for sale
• Apple faces new wave of complaints over iOS 8
• Nutting: Fed is crazy if it worries about wages
• Supervalu finds more data-capturing malware
• Talks cooling between DreamWorks, SoftBank
• GoPro shares surge; new camera unveiled
• Home-price growth seen slowing
• Argentina held in contempt by N.Y. judge
• White House intruder made it past front door
• Fed’s Evans: ‘quite some time’ before first hike
• U.S. consumer spending bounces back
• Pending home sales fall 1% in August
China factory activity steady: HSBC data
A private gauge of activity in China's manufacturing sector shows no change in September following a notable slowdown in August.
• Yuan may join select group of currencies
• Japan’s economy fragile ahead of tax decision
• Japan industrial output falls in August
One very shocking wildlife stat
The Earth's human population has just about doubled from 1970 to reach more than 7 billion people worldwide currently. But what has happened to the planet's wildlife?
Hussman sees ‘ingredients of a market crash’
Noted bear sees divergence of market forces among prospective crash contributors.
• Deutsche Bank sees next 5% S&P move as up
• Jeff Reeves: This can’t be a stock bubble
• Rough waters for junk bonds sink big debt deal
Ford Europe to book
$1.2 billion pretax loss for 2014
Trouble in Russia weighs on Europe results, while Asia is expected to produce a $700 million profit.
Corporate debt feels heat from Pimco outflows
With billions of dollars fleeing Pimco, corporate debt and derivatives are feeling the most impact.
• Billions fly out the door at Pimco
• Allianz up as Pimco scrambles to reassure
• Pimco withdrawals fears overdone: analysts
• RetireMentors: What Gross move teaches us
• Jaffe: Should you leave Pimco too?
Ted Cruz 90% sure he’ll run for president
An adviser to Ted Cruz says a presidential run by the Texas Republican senator is likely.
Bill Gross is the smartest guy in the room at Janus
Commentary: He left the stellar Pimco for a small and struggling fund firm, writes Phil van Doorn.
Bank of America fined for overstating capital
SEC says bank violated internal controls and record-keeping procedures.
• Analyst charged by SEC with insider trading
What to look for in Walgreen’s earnings
Looking for updates on pharmacy reimbursements and generic pricing.
Candidates in Iowa race clash over billionaire backers
Billionaire-backed Iowa U.S. Senate candidates fired shots at one another over connections to wealthy and heavily politically involved supporters during a Sunday night debate.
• Obama: Democrats will hold the Senate
• Obama: U.S. intel misread Syria situation
Copycat technology is the next big thing
Opinion: When companies mature, innovation slows and replication begins, writes Marek Fuchs.
What you really pay in 401(k), IRA fees
RetireMentors: The majority of 401(k) savers believe they don’t pay any fees in their plan; most of them are wrong, as Kenneth Roberts explains.
• The No. 1 flaw in biggest U.S. 401(k) plans
• Why aren't 401(k) and IRA balances bigger?
• 10 things retirees won’t tell you
China manufacturing PMI unchanged from August result: HSBC
China manufacturing PMI revised down to 50.2 vs. 50.5 flash print: HSBC
Hong Kong H-shares index down 0.8% at 10,361.21
Hong Kong's Hang Seng opens down 0.4% at 23,137.26
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