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Last week ended relatively flat for the broader indices as markets digested the finalization of the 2011 Tax Plan, but there were some pockets of performance in various sectors and asset classes.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average made a familiar move today back below 11,000 after spending a little over 1 week above the threshold. Beside the leveraged exchange traded funds that did poorly
While 2010 has to date been a relatively flat year for the developed market indices and some of the emerging markets are up big, like the Colombia stock market, there has definitely been some
“Exchange-traded funds that give investors exposure to Chinese stocks and the yuan rallied Monday, gaining after the country said it would gradually allow its currency to trade more freely
“It seems that folks still can’t let go of China despite the huge run up in stock prices last year, but more importantly, the growing concerns regarding production overcapacity and credit expansion
(Marketwire) – Direxion, a pioneer in providing alternative investment strategies to sophisticated investors, is pleased to announce the addition of four new Direxion Shares Daily 3x ETFs to its existing
Direxion is launching four new funds which seek to deliver 300 percent and -300 percent of both the BNY China Select ADR Index and S&P Latin America