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Investing Guide: Take Chinese Middle Class Consumers as Major Market

Asian shares trade mostly lower as sentiment takes a hit following weaker-than-expected consumer confidence data out of the U.S. Dow Jones Newswires’ Puja Rajeev reports.

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Stock Market Managed Modest Gain Adding to Investors’ Confusion of Economy

The stock market eked out a gain Friday as investors took downbeat economic news in stride. The mixed reports added to investors’ confusion about the economy. Investors were unwilling to make big moves ahead of economic reports next week.

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Assess Resources at Our Disposal and Rebuild Retirement Plan Right Now

Salvaging your retirement plan becomes largely a matter of plugging your data into a retirement calculator to help you juggle your priorities in a way that’s most appropriate to your situation.

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Saving Money to Make Cash Available for Investment

If you want to build a investment, it will begin on the premise of having enough muney left. For saving money to invest, our first suggetstion is: do not use credit cards to keep pace with the balance of the loan.

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Global Stock Market in Late January; Wall Street's Dow Tumbles 116

Thursday’s selloff landed the markets in the red on the week, adding to last week’s plunge, which was the Dow’s worst since March 2009. Wall Street continues to respond negatively to earnings season in the face of a number of upbeat results.

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Next Reliable Support 4,800 For Market's Drop Target

Financials were also down with the Bank Nifty losing somewhat less than the market but most bank stocks closed bearish. The market crashed in the last two sessions with the Nifty bouncing from 4,955 level to close at 5,036 points for a week-on-week loss of 4.12 per cent.

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Stocks Climbed after Federal Reserve Held Interest Rates Steady

Stocks may have staged the late-session advance in anticipation of President Obama’s pending State of the Union address. On Wednesday Stocks manage gains, ending a choppy session higher after the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady and hinted it would continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Meanwhile, Apple introduced its new iPad tablet computer.

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