Financial Services

Big Swiss bank gets downgraded to sell by TheStreet's quantitative service.
Why a pullback here could be bullish for stocks.
When 3 big names in a key sector break down simultaneously, there's something seriously wrong.
Concern over inverting yield curve is holding back financials.
Earnings season is already seeing some wacky effects.
Decent reports by big banks weren't enough to ignite the shares.
The market continues to trade in a range.
Let's review the charts.
Breadth and sentiment are troubling.
While stocks withstood a lot of negative headlines, the day ended on a weak note.

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