Latest job numbers, growth stats indicate weakening 2012. Published May 31 2012
Euro buffoonery brings stomach-churning action back after Tuesday respite. Published May 30 2012
Facebook rogue algo, Opera rumor, heavy news week also on tap. Published May 29 2012
Down day likely as final solution looms for Greek debt crisis. (Maybe.) Published May 25 2012
Upcoming three day trading break during Euro-mess likely to encourage selling. Published May 24 2012
Greece, aka deja vu all over again, happening all over again. Published May 23 2012
MF Global, J.P. Morgan, Facebook debacle: Where's the SEC? Published May 22 2012
G-8 happy talk likely to boost opening trade but not for long. Published May 21 2012
So what else is new? Happy Friday. We need a vacation from Wall Street. Published May 18 2012
Greece, J.P. Morgan, Harry Reid, Facebook IPO spell chaos. Published May 17 2012
Good housing numbers may give Wall Street a rare up day today. Published May 16 2012
Hanging in there as the market slips into summer re-runs. Published May 15 2012
Drachmas, anyone? Beginning of the end-game for Europe's faux-socialists. Published May 14 2012
Thanks to Jamie Dimon's London-based recidivists, 'Volcker Rule' is back in town. UPDATED. Published May 11 2012
Where's Leonidas when you need him? Published May 10 2012
Socialism getting fashionable again. Problem: it's already wrecked Europe. UPDATED. Published May 9 2012
Euro-mess has U.S. traders as confused as European voters. Published May 8 2012
After last week's smack down, French and Greek tag team enters the trading ring. Published May 7 2012
Job creation figure, unemployment, France, offer scant solace. Published May 4 2012
Market still looking OK, but does it have a soft underbelly? Published May 3 2012
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