It should come as no surprise that Uranium stocks are down with the predictable anti-nuclear backlash coming worldwide in the wake of the events unfolding in Japan. One question is whether the market reaction is overblown, as often happens, or whether this is just the beginning of the demise of nuclear power in the world.
The catastrophe in Japan continues to wreak havoc on the world’s financial markets. The Fukushima nuclear plant reactors aren’t the only things in Japan melting down – the Nikkei tanked 6.3% yesterday and the Bank of Japan injected 15 trillion … Continue reading →
Sellers are most aggressive in energy and commodity ETF markets, as traders wait to see whether or not Friday’s oversold bounce was the beginning of a move higher or only a pause before further declines. Read more in today’s edition of 7 ETFs You Need
American equity markets took their cues from overseas in Monday trading as traders digested the impact of last week’s massive quake that struck Japan and sent stocks lower for the day. The Dow declined 0.4% while the broader indexes experienced s
hinese authorities approved the country’s 12th five-year plan which foresaw annual growth at 7.0% for through 2015. In addition to focusing on education and clean energy, China is also seeking to shift from export-led growth to more domestic consumption supported by a growing service-sector economy