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European shares rebound, despite Greek worries

IG Chief Market Strategist Brenda Kelly on European market movers.

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    ETF Outlook for the Week of February 10, 2014iShares NASDAQ Biotech Index ETF (NYSE:IBB)One of the most impressive sectors in the entire market right now is the biot...

  2. Greece Economic 'Rebound' Very Much A Work in Progress

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  3. ETF Outlook For October 8, 2013 (VXX, GREK, UGA)

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  4. Greece's 'third' bailout talk shadows ECB visit to Athens

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  5. Cyprus Probes into Financial Collapse

    Criminal investigators will help judges in Cyprus dig deeper into what caused a financial crisis that forced the island to ask for a bailout by international lenders...

  6. Cyprus launches criminal probe to dig deeper into financial collapse

    Criminal investigators will help judges in Cyprus dig deeper into what caused a financial crisis that forced the island to ask for a bailout by international lenders...

  7. European Markets Rise After Steep Selloff

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  8. Santander's Polish Unit Eyes More Takeovers

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  9. IMF: Don't See Any New Official Sector Greek Debt Restructuring Now

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  11. Credit Agricole First-Quarter Profit Jumps After Greek Exit

    Credit Agricole SA (ACA.FR) Tuesday said first-quarter net profit jumped 51%, as the French bank draws a line under its disastrous foray into Greece, and slims down ...

  12. Overcapacity, Fuel Costs Hit Shipping Industry

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    JPMorgan Chief Global Economist Bruce Kasman and National Alliance International Fixed Income Head Andy Brenner on the market impact of the U.S. job growth.

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    FOX News Political Analyst Juan Williams breaks down the results of the midterm elections.

  3. White House stonewalling on IRS scandal?

    Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the latest in the IRS scandal investigation.

  4. Four years after Dodd-Frank

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  5. Wall Street fueling Hamptons luxury home sales

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone toured a $30M mansion in the Hamptons and spoke with its listing agent to get the scoop on what’s contributing to the area’s luxury real estate boom.

  6. Strong auto sector figures boost European shares

    IG market analyst Alastair McCaig with the latest on the European markets.

  7. Global Markets Flat as Traders Await Jobs Data

    Investors took to the sidelines ahead of monthly U.S. employment data on Friday, with whisper numbers pointing to a strong showing, and the euro nursed losses after ...

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