It's Coin-Toss Friday Follies day for stock market traders
Whether it's business or politics, the Dark Side seems to be what's driving the world these days, leading to nonstop confusion and lack of conviction in world stock markets, U.S. markets included. That's made this pre-holiday, thin-trading week into a ...
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Stock market posts first loss of week, triggered largely by conflict in Ukraine
U.S. financial markets ended slightly lower Thursday, marking their first loss in a week of record highs. The escalating conflict in Ukraine, disappointing retail earnings and profit outlooks combined to weigh down the market, eclipsing some good news ...
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Seoul stock market turnover rising on policy hopes
SEOUL, Sept. 1 (Yonhap) -- The turnover of the South Korean stock market hit an eight-month high in August on the back of a spate of market-friendly policies and a bullish run on local stocks, data showed Monday. The average turnover on the main bourse ...
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(Video, 3:13 min.) The 5-Year Stock Market Rally: Ending with a Whimper, or a ...
Some analysts have forecast that the stock market rally will end with a "blowoff," or near-vertical advance that precedes a trend reversal. That's what happened in the oil market in 2008. Prices accelerated northward before topping. Likewise, silver ...
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Three Signs That Point to a Stock-Market Tumble Ahead
Over the past 45 years, the stock market has lost more than 20% each time three warning signs flashed simultaneously. After a selloff this past week dragged the Dow Jones Industrial Average into negative territory for the year, it's worth noting that ...
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Markets could be heading for 'scary' 60pc crash, warns analyst
Its decision not to raise rates despite the economy improving, as well as a blast of quantitative easing that is slowly being wound down, has seen stock markets soar. There are fears the Fed's policy is causing an equity bubble to grow, which will pop ...
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Marc Faber appeared on TV predicting a 20% stock market crash within the next six months, repeating a call he has made bi-weekly since the Carter administration. Another pundit explained that his last failed prediction would have been right if only he ...
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AA chief executive resigns after stock market flotation
The chief executive of motoring group the AA, Chris Jansen, has resigned following a management buy-in and stock market flotation in June. Chief financial officer Andy Boland will also leave the firm. Mr Jansen will be replaced by AA executive chairman ...
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Garvey Schubert Barer has announced the addition of attorney and NFL sports agent, Eugene T. Lee, to its New York office, where he has been named Of Counsel. Mr. Lee will join the firms Chambers-recognized Sports & Entertainment Group. His practice will focus on all aspects of sports law.
Mr. Lee is currently the principal of New York-based sports agency, ETL Associates, Inc., which has been described as an up-and-coming agency in the NFL player representation industry. He has been an attorney since 1998 and an agent since 2002. ETL Associates represents active and retired NFL players, coaches and broadcasters and has developed relationships with production companies, networks, actors, directors, talent agencies and others in the entertainment industry as well.
Mr. Lee is an NFL Players Association certified players agent, and ETL Associates has represented over 35 players on active NFL rosters in negotiating their player contracts and sponsorships, including beverage deals with brands such as Gatorade and Pepsi, and footwear and apparel deals with brands such as Reebok and Nike. The agencys current roster includes Brian Witherspoon, Cornerback, New York Giants (retired); Jeremiah Warren, Offensive Line, Cleveland Browns; Johnny Adams, Cornerback, Indianapolis Colts; Jonathan Stewart, Free Agent (Dallas Cowboys).
Eugene Lee is a frequent guest on television programs and news networks, including Fox Business, CNN, Bloomberg and CNBC, where he regularly appears as an industry expert on NFL player contracts, salary caps, the collective bargaining agreement and athlete branding. Mr. Lee and ETL Associates were also prominently featured in the ESPN documentary The Dotted Line, directed by Academy Award nominee Morgan Spurlock. Mr. Lee is a frequent speaker and lecturer on matters of sports law and sports agency.
Regarding his new association with Garvey Schubert Barer, Eugene Lee stated, Garvey Schubert Barer is a great fit for me. The firm and I share the same traits and values an entrepreneurial spirit, diligent and creative advocacy for clients, and attentive and responsive service. Thats what ultimately sets us apart from other attorneys and firms in the sports and entertainment industry. Garvey Schubert Barer works collaboratively with a client and the rest of the clients professional team toward building the athlete's or talents brand and protecting it.
Prior to establishing ETL Associates, Mr. Lee worked as an associate with the technology and intellectual property firms of Brown Raysman and Fish & Neave. Mr. Lee received both his law degree and his B.B.A. degree in accountancy summa cum laude from Notre Dame. Mr. Lees agency, ETL Associates is the sports marketing agency of record for the Maxwell Football Club, an organization formed in 1935 to promote safety in the sport. Maxwell issues several respected awards each year to high school, college and professional football players.
About Garvey Schubert Barer
As one of the top full-service law firms serving sports, arts and entertainment clients in the United States, Garvey Schubert Barer is known for helping its clients leverage their talent and assets to create wealth and to grow their brands globally. Garvey Schubert Barer clients are involved in virtually every aspect of sports, arts and entertainment, including film, television, music, radio, theater, dance, art, literary works and photography. The firm represents a large, diverse array of clients, regionally, nationally and internationally, including new and established athletes, entertainers and businesses in all phases of business, from day-to-day matters to sophisticated transactions or litigation. Based on its experience in many practice areas, the firm provides its diverse array of clients with responsive, value-added, full-service representation. The firms lawyers have extensive experience in business transactions and litigation as well as in other legal areas such as securities, tax, immigration, and labor and employment. Offices are located in New York, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Portland, Anchorage, and Beijing. For more information, please see http://www.gsblaw.com or follow us on Twitter @gsblaw.
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German Stock Market DAX About To Drop
Now, what is clearly evident here is a pattern of higher lows and higher highs - a bull market. After the high in 2000, price came back to put in a low in 2003. This was a higher low so did no structural damage to the long term bull market. The 2007 ...
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Google Searches Linked to Stock Market Moves
Nevertheless, researchers have applied the idea to the stock market. They found that when searches related to business and politics go up, the market tends to take a dive. Queries for words like "election," "senate," and "CEO" are predictive of the ...
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Stock Market Rebound Change Of Trend Or Just A Correction?
The U.S. stock market indexes gained between 0.8% and 1.2% on Friday, as investors hunted bargains following the recent move down. The S&P 500 index remains in a week-long consolidation, as it trades above the level of 1,900. The nearest important ...
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Market Wrap: Stocks Edge Higher on Corporate News, Earnings
The stock market was extending a rebound from Friday when it logged its biggest one-day gain in five months following signs that tensions in Ukraine might be easing. In July stocks had slumped as tensions between Russia and the West had escalated.
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Stock Market Sees Worst 1-Day Drop In Months
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks had their worst one-day drop since February as traders worried about weak corporate earnings and the looming end of economic stimulus from the Federal Reserve. The drop interrupted a prolonged advance in the market and ...
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