Monday, November 21, 2011

Market Summary November 21, 2011

streaming quotes: ON
Chart for NASDAQ Composite Index (^IXIC)
Symbol Last Change
Dow 11,547.31 Down 248.85 (2.11%)
Nasdaq 2,523.14 Down 49.36 (1.92%)
S&P 500 1,192.98 Down 22.67 (1.86%)
10-Yr Bond 1.9620% Down 0.05
NYSE Volume 0
Nasdaq Volume 0
Indices: US - World | Most Actives

Advances & Declines

Advances 472 (15%) 436 (16%)
Declines 2,650 (83%) 2,130 (80%)
Unchanged 62 (2%) 85 (3%)
Up Vol* 269 (6%) 419 (20%)
Down Vol* 3,969 (93%) 1,641 (79%)
Unch. Vol* 11 (0%) 11 (1%)
New Hi's 122 114
New Lo's 199 343
*in millions

Your Lawmaker Getting Rich off of Insider Trading?

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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Are YOU ready for Dow 7,000?

It may be shocking to hear us say that the Dow Jones Industrial Average is headed for 7,000 ...
But, yes, we firmly believe that we’re going to see the broad U.S. stock market fall another 35% from here ... AT LEAST!
Just look at what's happened recently...
• The Federal Reserve warned of "significant downside risks to the economic outlook" and the International Monetary Fund said "the global economy is in a dangerous new phase."
• Bond yields in Italy, Spain, and France are exploding higher – indicating that the world’s smartest investors expect an outright catastrophe overseas.
• And all the while, countries like Germany and China are effectively saying they will NOT support bailouts of all these faltering nations!
In response, the U.S. stock market has started plunging anew andthe major averages are sitting at critical levels, with a potential crash coming at any time!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


China inflation, output create room for pro-growth steps

By Nick Edwards and Langi Chiang
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese industrial output grew at its weakest annual pace in a year in October and inflation fell sharply, raising expectations Beijing will do more to support economic growth by "fine tuning" policy.
A flurry of data on Wednesday showed that China's factories are bearing the brunt of a modest economic slowdown even as consumer spending and investment in assets such as roads and other infrastructure remain resilient.
China's annual inflation rate fell to 5.5 percent in October from September's 6.1 percent -- the biggest drop in the annual rate from one month to the next since February 2009 -- and a further pullback from July's three-year peak of 6.5 percent.

Euro plunges against greenback: Bloomberg

A illustration picture shows a Swiss Post clerk as he exchanges Swiss francs into Euros at a counter in a Swiss Post office in Bern

Traders fled the single currency amid concern Italy will join Greece in struggling to form a new regime strong enough to implement the austerity measures many investors believe are badly needed. More »

Why U.S. Markets Are Entangled in the EU Crisis

Why U.S. Markets Are Entangled in the EU Crisis

Europe isn't getting closer to a solution but rather a dissolution of the entire euro zone. Regardless of identifying the tail and the dog, the wagging itself is going to end in tears for markets around the world.More »