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William Dudley's comments cheered investors up.
Good names are on sale, so go shopping.
Keep an eye on consumer-product multinationals.
A weak dollar, lower interest rates, a quiet Fed and higher oil.
Greece races against the Aug. 20 payment deadline.
A desperate devaluation amounts to nothing short of starting a trade war.
Despite the bond market's yawn, the misguided belief that 'China is our banker' continues.
No turn in China, a strong dollar, an oil glut. All of these are negative, he said.
They're a good omen for back-to-school sales.
ArcelorMittal has achieved what the SLX is trying.

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