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[December 09, 2013]

Wall St. Analyst: Focus Shifts Towards Emerging Nations; Job Data Fueled Indices

NEW YORK --(Business Wire)--

Wall St. Analyst (www.wallstanalyst.com) has announced the latest release of its Morning Market Monitoring (MMM) newsletter, a detailed market summary which analyzes the most relevant news, events and economic releases. This weekly newsletter is an essential source of macroeconomic information and analysis from across the globe, brought to you every Monday before the trading day begins.

Today's Special: Emerging Markets Offer Improved Efficiencies, Better Pricing Policies

In a recent trend, global pharmaceutical firms are seen heading to emerging markets for their manufacturing and R&D needs. This is mainly because emerging markets are offering several cost advantages in terms of operations, manufacturing, and R&D skills. Moreover, the availability of cheaper and highly skilled labor force is enticing pharma firms to look beyond the regulatory hurdles and credibility crisis to establish their presence in these markets. More details about the advantages offered by the emerging markets to global drug makers is available at

http://wallstanalyst.com/Market-Monitoring/market-monitoring-09-december-2013.html


Consumer Morning Letter - Tactical Allocation of Assets

Wall St. Analyst uses the Dow Theory to study price-volume movements and create charts and research to forecast industry and stock performance for that day, and the near-term. This report is essential for the tactical allocation of the long-term and the short-term investors to extract value from a set of large and liquid stocks in order to make quick trading decisions. Today's newsletter helps investors understand whether the Dow could continue its upward rally in the near future; it can be accessed at

http://wallstanalyst.com/Customer-s-Morning-Letter/customer-s-morning-letter-2.html

The Week That Was: Indices Rebound on Strong US Job Data

In today's issue, we analyze how the major indices rallied after the announcement of strong US employment data. The jobless rate, which is now the lowest since November 2008, strongly suggests that the US economy continues to expand at a moderate rate. On the other hand, the encouraging employment growth rate raised the odds of the Fed announcing a tapering at its December meeting. A detailed analysis of the consumer sentiments regarding the impending Fed tapering is available at

http://wallstanalyst.com/Dailies/Breakfast-on-Wall-Street/

Focus Concepts, Sectors, and Companies:

Search Engine
Yahoo
Google
Microsoft
Retailers
Macy's
Wal-Mart
Best Buy
Infosys
eBay (News - Alert)
Pharma
Mylan
Biocon
Agila
Roche
Strides Arcolab

For more information visit www.wallstanalyst.com.


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