Today's Top Stories - February 9, 2016  

Beware The Bell! U.S. stock index futures fell on Tuesday ahead of a heavy day of quarterly results More

Stock Market Sell-Off Sparks Meltdown Fears Resumption of 2008 recession could wipe out "Obama recovery" More

Europe: European stocks seesawed in a choppy morning of trade as investors remain cautious about global economic growth prospects More

Asia: Australian and Japanese markets closed sharply lower on Tuesday, after another sell-off in U.S. and European stocks overnight as many Asian markets remained shut for the Lunar New Year More

Oil: Oil prices edged up on Tuesday,clawing back some of the losses from a sell-off across broader financial markets, but a report showing supply will not drop quickly enough to erode a global surplus kept gains in check More

Gold: Gold steadied on Tuesday, after touching its highest level in more than seven months the previous day as rising concerns about the global economic outlook hammered shares and sent investors rushing into safer assets More

Oil demand growth set to ‘ease back considerably’: IEA There is little chance of a respite for oil in the next few months as global demand growth will "ease back considerably" in 2016, according to the latest forecasts from the International Energy Agency (IEA) More

This has become a scaredy cat stock market Stocks were spooked Monday, and the Dow fell as much as 400 points as traders pointed to a multitude of woes weighing on the market psyche. Gold and Treasurys became islands of safety More

Goldman says it's time to place bets on Apple Since they believe there is a higher chance of Apple shares making a big move than the market currently appears to expect, Goldman strategists Katherine Fogertey and John Marshall recommend the purchase of a "straddle" on Apple, which is a trade that entails purchasing both a bullish and a bearish option in order to play for a move to either the upside or the downside More

Goldman: Oil will recover faster than metals Metals prices may have outperformed oil over the past 20 months, but that's unlikely to continue, with metals set to keep dropping while crude recovers, Goldman Sachs said More

Sad & Sacked! Twitter and Facebook Experience a Super Bowl Down Round Sunday’s Super Bowl was, to put it bluntly, pretty boring. That was reflected on the Internet as well: Despite it being the 50th Super Bowl and most likely the last game for future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning, both Facebook and Twitter saw significantly less Super Bowl chatter than they did last year More


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