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MILAN (AP) — Global stocks dropped Friday after the U.S. Federal Reserve's chairman indicated there were no immediate plans to boost growth in the world's largest economy, wiping out gains made on China's surprise interest rate cut.
For some investors, stocks that are a little rough around the edges shout possibility.
The Facebook CEO may be a giant case of hubris in the making.
Europe’s situation remains a moving target for investors.
NEW YORK (AP) — A slew of U.S. companies announced big profits Thursday, but investors spooked about the economy sold stocks anyway.
The social media giant is finally going public, but some of the hoopla is excessive.
Managers and analysts are optimistic yet skeptical that last year’s double-digit gains can be repeated.
This investing strategy can produce a predictable income stream.
Investors look beyond the zone’s heavy debt loads to non-euro nations with healthier balance sheets.
Considerations include how much you have to invest and how much risk you’re willing to take.