Bull market

SeekingAlpha  6 hrs ago  Comment 
By Dean Popplewell: By Mingze Wu Once again we are faced with the age old question - is current trend bullish or bearish? From a closing price point of view, it does seem that there is some slight bearish pullback. S&P 500 lost 0.11%...
The Economic Times  7 hrs ago  Comment 
Mainly, the trend will be - domestic cyclicals up, exporters down, large cap indices underperforming and midcap-small caps catching up, he said.
The Economic Times  11 hrs ago  Comment 
European shares looked set to rise for a ninth consecutive session as traders bet on further support from US jobs data due later in the day.
FX Street  Apr 4  Comment 
S&P 500 future bull bias for 1900.0 (and above) A prod still higher on Thursday and a resilient... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.
FX Street  Apr 4  Comment 
USDJPY bull breakout, upside bias The flagged push through 103.70 signalled a bull shift to aim... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.
TechCrunch  Apr 4  Comment 
This morning Microsoft announced a grip of new developer tools and other goodies at its Build conference in San Francisco. Crowd reaction during the lengthy keynote appeared to be mostly friendly to the stage show. I sat with Microsoft's corporate...
Forbes  Apr 3  Comment 
Energy drinks giant Red Bull has spent more than $1.2 billion on its flagship Formula One auto racing team over the past decade according to new research.
The Economic Times  Apr 3  Comment 
The expectation is that the economy will bottom out in FY15 and start picking up. Earnings growth momentum should also pick up, says Prabodh Agrawal of IIFL.
USAToday.com  Apr 3  Comment 
Move over Six Million Dollar Man, the Sixteen Trillion Dollar Bull is now starring on Wall Street.


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A bull market is a prolonged period in which investment prices rise faster than their historical average. Bull markets can happen as a result of an economic recovery, an economic boom, or investor psychology. The longest and most famous bull market is the one that began in the early 1990s in which the U.S. equity markets grew at their fastest pace ever. A bull market is the opposite of a bear market

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