Compulsive used-book buyer. Trying to communicate w/ animal spirits in US markets & the opinionators who watch them (analysts, etc.) alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com

Morning MoneyBeat: Mom and Pop Not Abandoning Stocks Just Yet

blogs.wsj.com — Morning MoneyBeat is the Journal's pre-market primer packed with market updates, insights and must-read news links. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: steven.russolillo@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning newsletter via email MARKET SNAP: At 6:05 a.m. ET, S&P 500 futures up 1.2%. 10-Year Treasury yield lower at 2.19%.

Bargain Hunters Pounce on Investor Panic

online.wsj.com — Buying the dip is alive and well on Wall Street, as investors scour global markets for cheap stocks from the energy and technology sectors to raw materials. Few portfolio managers and traders claim to know whether the October swoon that has shaved more than 5% off the Dow Jones Industrial Average has run its course.

It’s Gut Check Time for U.S. Investors

online.wsj.com — A pullback in the Dow industrials and an uptick in big price swings haven't rattled investors' faith in U.S. stocks. That optimism will be tested in the weeks ahead as investors scour economic data and earnings reports for signs that Europe's malaise, a slowdown in China and the resurgent dollar will undercut U.S.

U.S. Stocks Are Sunk by Europe Fears

Dollar’s Surge Imperils Corporate Earnings

U.S. Stocks Extend Losses

online.wsj.com — U.S. stock futures inched higher Thursday, steadying after the previous day's sharp losses, as investors awaited data on jobless claims and the factory sector. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose three points, or 0.1%, to 16743, while futures on the S&P 500 rose two points, or 0.1%, to 1942.

U.S. Stocks Fall Sharply

online.wsj.com — U.S. stock futures fell Wednesday ahead of data on the labor market and the manufacturing sector. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures lost 25 points, or 0.2%, to 16940. S&P 500 futures shed four points, or 0.2%, to 1962 and Nasdaq-100 futures declined 11 points, or 0.3%, to 4034.

Small Caps Miss Out on Stock Rally

online.wsj.com — Shares of small companies have struggled even as blue chips skipped higher. But while small caps look cheaper and the economy is showing strength, investors aren't ready to pile back in.

Morning MoneyBeat: Looks Like the Smooth Ride’s Over

blogs.wsj.com — Morning MoneyBeat is the Journal's pre-market primer packed with market updates, insights and must-read news links. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: steven.russolillo@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning newsletter via email MARKET SNAP: At 6:15 a.m. ET, S&P 500 futures up 0.09%. 10-Year Treasury yield slightly lower at 2.50%.

Market’s ‘Canaries’ Have Stopped Singing, Warns BAML

blogs.wsj.com — The riskiest corners of global markets have been struggling, and that's a bad sign, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Some strategists have been getting edgy about recent price declines in commodities, emerging-market investments, high-yield bonds, and small-cap stocks.
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