MARKET SNAPSHOT: Wall Street Looks To Economic Data For Clues On The Fed
UPDATE: Wall Street looks to economic data for clues on the Fed
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Mergers and acquisitions are ramping up (as are rumors), but with the sector slightly overvalued, we stick to fundamentals and seek firms with established economic moats.
Stocks eked out gains amid Fed-watching, continued mergers and acquisitions, and the ongoing Greek debt crisis.
Fueled by continued deal activity, merger-arbitrage ETPs offer an alternative for investors seeking a cash substitute.
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The first-quarter GDP contraction is not indicative of the economy's underlying strength and should snap back to growth mode in the second quarter.
Investors could still benefit by taking a closer look at some firms with strong positions in mobile computing.