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European stocks will dip following the Greek referendum but that is not the script they will follow over the coming three to six months, JP Morgan said on Monday morning. 39 minutes ago
Landscaping firm Marshalls' revenue rose 11% for the six months ended 30 June 2015, the company said on Monday. 2 hours ago
European stocks dropped, German debt gained and peripheral bond yields fell as Greece's vote to reject the terms of its international bailout cast doubt over the country's future in the Eurozone, but losses were capped by the surprise resignation of Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, which boosted hopes of a deal. 2 hours ago
Citi reduced its rating for BT from 'buy' to 'neutral,' citing risks from a shifting regulatory scene. 2 hours ago
A spokesman for Greece“s left-wing Syriza party, Stavros Karagounis, announced on Monday that former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis would remain a part of Greece's negotiating team despite having decided to step down from his post. 2 hours ago
UK stocks slumped into the red on Monday morning after the Greek public pushed the country into unchartered territory by voting a resounding 'no' to creditors' bailout proposals. 1 hour ago
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‘Buy the dip’ has been perhaps the most consistent mantra of this bull market.
Each time the market undergoes a heavy sell-off, be it thanks to Greece, Ukraine, the US debt ceiling or a host of other reasons, this phrase comes up.
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A stock split proposed by Netflix (NFLX) has put this corporate technique back into the news. But are stock splits a good sign, or an indication that a strong rally has run its course?
In the case of Netflix, the firm announced that it would split its stock 7 for 1. Thus shareholders will see their number of shares increase in number sevenfold, but without any increase in value - in fact the value of each share will automatically fall sevenfold too.