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    U.S. Growth Down, Wall Street Down

    NILAH.COM, New York - United States stock markets fell sharply in trading Tuesday (12 / 4). The decline was influenced by the economic growth forecast will be lower and there are signs of uncertainty in the survey among small business owners.

    After the opening of Wall Street, stock futures fall after Japan raised the level of nuclear crisis. Alcoa Inc. earnings disappoint sentiment also affects the decrease in the index. It is quoted from marketwatch.com.

    "It's like the Red Sox season so far, full of promise but it begins with bad things," said Chief Market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, David Kelly.

    He further said that investor confidence is influenced by a number of trade and surveys that show a sense of pessimism among small business owners.

    After a decline 150 points, the Dow Jones closed down 117.53 points, or 1% to as low as 12,263.58. The decline was the biggest since March 16. Shares of Alcoa fell 6%, and led the decline of the 30 components. Shares of Chevron Corp. declined 3.3%.

    The S & P 500 lost 10.3 points or 0.8% to a level of 1314.16. Energy shares fell 3%, and the biggest drop in 10 industry groups. One of the sectors consumer sector stocks closed higher.

    The Nasdaq index fell 26.72 points, or 1% to as low as 2744.79. Each stock rose, three stocks fell on the New York stock exchanges. Stock trading volume of 950 million shares.

    Energy stocks fell as crude-oil futures for May delivery fell U.S. $ 3.67 to as low as U.S. $ 106.25 per barrel. This oil price decline of 3.3% this month.

    Some economists expect economic growth after the Commerce Department declared imports fell 1.7% and exports fell 1.4%. It shows economic growth has slowed. On the other hand a small survey of economic business conditions dropped to their lowest level in March.


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    DOW JONES INDEX

    Today's support: - 12195.00(main), where a delay and correction may happen. Break of the latter will give 12180.70, where correction also can be. Then follows 12150.00. Be there a strong impulse, we shall see 12135.72. Continuation will bring 12096.32.

    Today's resistance: - 12336.50, 12388.19 and 12425.63(main), where a delay and correction may happen. Break would bring 12453.72, where a correction may happen. Then follows 12475.14, where a delay and correction could also be. Be there a strong impulse, we'd see 12508.37. Continuation would bring 12532.50
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    PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - April 13

    (Reuters) - The following were the top stories in The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

    * U.S. President Barack Obama will describe his plans for long-term deficit reduction Wednesday, in a move likely to kick off a months-long debate with Republicans while alienating some members of his own party.

    * France's Schneider Electric has made a preliminary bid of about $30 billion for Tyco International , hoping to draw the Swiss-based conglomerate to the negotiating table.

    * A range of U.S. firms are balking at a new rule they fear would drive up the cost of hedging against price swings in commodities they depend upon, renewing a debate over the scope of derivatives regulation.

    * Scrambling to salvage its planned deal with Russian state oil company Rosneft , BP is weighing possibly selling its 50 percent stake in its existing Russian venture, TNK-BP .

    * German lender Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) plans to restructure its U.S. operations, which would allow it to operate with a thinner capital cushion than the Dodd-Frank Act envisioned.

    * A few years ago, real-estate investment trusts that bought and sold residential-mortgage securities were a dying breed. Today, they are one of the hottest REIT sectors.

    * Fiat and U.S. partner Chrysler Group are expected to disclose an auto parts supply deal that will further the companies' parts and dealers' auto-repair businesses.

    * Uncertainty over the problems caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill is paving the way for the next phase of the disaster: an intense debate over the actual damage caused by the spill and who, if anyone, should pay.

    * Semiconductor-equipment maker ASML said Wednesday that profit surged and it is confident of posting another record year in 2011, despite uncertainty across the sector about the impact of the recent earthquakes in Japa



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    U.S. stocks gain; tech shares rise, banks lag
    Riverbed leads technology gains; J.P. Morgan weighs on banks


    SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — U.S. stocks ended a choppy session modestly higher Wednesday, finding support from strength in oil prices and technology shares as a decline in the financial sector kept gains in check.
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    The Dow Jones Industrial Average /quotes/comstock/10w!i:dji/delayed (DJIA 12,270.84, +7.26, +0.06%) closed up 7.41 points at 12,270.99, with 16 of its 30 components on the rise.

    “The [Department of Energy] numbers came out and lifted energy prices, and there’s been a strange positive correlation” between equities and oil, said Peter Boockvar, equity strategist at Miller Tabak. “Just as the S&P fell yesterday when oil fell.” Read more about oil.

    The Nasdaq Composite Index /quotes/comstock/10y!i:comp (COMP 2,761.52, +16.73, +0.61%) closed up 16.73 points at 2,761.52 with gains in technology stocks highlighted by a rally in shares of Riverbed Technology Inc. /quotes/comstock/15*!rvbd/quotes/nls/rvbd (RVBD 34.79, +0.05, +0.14%) . Shares closed 12% higher after the networking-storage firm raised its earnings forecast and got an upgrade to buy from hold at ThinkEquity. Read more about Riverbed’s rally.

    The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index /quotes/comstock/21z!i1:in\x (SPX 1,314.41, +0.25, +0.02%) rose 0.25 point to end at 1,314.41, with technology the best-performing sector.

    Tesoro Corp.’s shares /quotes/comstock/13*!tso/quotes/nls/tso (TSO 26.25, +1.03, +4.08%) were among the top three gainers on the S&P, with shares of the refiner up 4.1%.
    Stock bulls batter 'wall of worry'

    Stock sentiment has rebounded sharply since mid-March, according to MarketWatch columinst Mark Hulbert, and for contrarians, that's an ominous sign.

    And, while banking powerhouse J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. /quotes/comstock/13*!jpm/quotes/nls/jpm (JPM 46.10, -0.15, -0.32%) topped first-quarter expectations, its shares fell, with the financial sector leading declining groups within the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Read more on the weakness in financial-sector shares.

    “I think the market was hoping for more,” said Boockvar of the blue-chip bank’s results. “It’s a better environment, but still challenging.”

    J.P. Morgan was among the Dow’s decliners, off 0.8%. The first large financial institution to report first-quarter results, the bank said net income rose 67%.

    Also in the Wednesday news flow, Federal Reserve’s Beige Book reported some impact on the U.S. economy from Japan’s ongoing crisis even as overall conditions improved. Read more about the Fed’s Beige Book.

    The Fed’s latest survey proved “fractionally more upbeat on the economy than has been seen in prior reports,” noted analysts at Action Economics.

    The Fed’s report came as President Barack Obama detailed plans to rein in the nation’s escalating debt as the White House attempts to counter a GOP deficit-reduction proposal that it contends unfairly hits the middle class, elderly and the poor. Read full story about Obama’s budget speech.

    For every seven stocks falling, nearly eight gained on the New York Stock Exchange, where volume topped 900 million by the close.
    Crude rises

    After a two-day selloff, oil prices rose, with crude futures for May delivery /quotes/comstock/21n!f:cl\k11 (CLK11 107.33, +0.22, +0.21%) finishing 86 cents higher at $107.11 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract had shed 3% to finish at $106.25 on Tuesday.

    “There is still a fair amount of geopolitical risk, the nuclear disaster in Japan and the unrest in Libya, which keeps investors vacillating between the safe-haven trade and riskier investments like equities,” noted Kevin Giddis, analyst at Morgan Keegan & Co.

    Ahead of Wednesday’s open on Wall Street, the Commerce Department said retail sales gained 0.4% in March, rising for a ninth month, after an upwardly revised 1.1% advance in February, with falling unemployment helping to buttress consumer purchases. Read more on March retail sales including how gasoline prices affected rate of growth.

    A later report had U.S. business inventories rising 0.5% in February, slightly under expectations.

    On Tuesday, the Dow fell 117.54 points, or 1%, to 12,263.58, the largest decline since March 16. It left the benchmark at its lowest closing level since March 28.

    April 13, 2011, 6:03 p.m. EDT
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    Fluctuations in Wall Street, Asian stocks Shake

    NILAH.COM, Jakarta - Asian stocks on Thursday (14 / 4) begins with the weakening after Wall Street U.S. stocks fluctuate due to trapped between profit and a strong technology and an enthusiastic response to JPMorgan Chase.

    Reuters reports CNBC Asia FTSE 100 Index, the benchmark markets across Asia, down 0.1 percent. Japan's Nikkei is expected to be traded in tight range with low volume with technology stocks ready to outperform their counterparts in the United States, which posted strong gains overnight. N225 index opened down 0.6 percent to 9579.79, while the Topix index fell 0.4 percent to 841.02.

    The most actively traded since the earthquake, Tokyo Electric (TEPCO), up 3 percent. TEPCO shares are still down more than 70% since the earthquake March 11, 2011.

    Isuzu Motors shares rose 7.5 percent after the German magazine Manager Magazin reported that Volkswagen AG is considering taking over or buying a stake in Japanese truck maker.

    Seoul shares traded down, with investors wary of volatilitas.Indeks Korea Composite Stock Price (KOSPI) fell 0.32 percent at the opening.

    While in Australia, the S & P / ASX 200 fell due to falling metal price pressure and strict inflation control in China's trading partners. Recent Reuters poll showed China's consumer inflation to rise to its highest level in 32 months by 5.2% in March. The government has set an inflation target of 4 percent for 2011. Shares of Leighton Holdings, a contractor in Australia, slumped 13 percent after suffering heavy losses. New Zealand's benchmark NZX 50 index rose 0.1 percent to 3461.2 in early trading.

    - Thursday, April 14, 2011 | 8:54 pm
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    U.S. markets close higher; Dow Jones up 0.06%

    Forex Pros - U.S. stocks were up after the closing bell on Wednesday.

    At the close of U.S. trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.06%, the S&P 500 index gained 0.02%, while the Nasdaq 100 index climbed 0.80%.

    Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, European stock markets closed higher. France’s CAC 40 was up 0.75%; Germany’s DAX gained 1.06%; Britain’s FTSE 100 climbed 0.77%; and the EURO STOXX 50 rose 0.60%.

    2011-04-13 20:10:00 GMT
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    U.S. markets mixed at close; Dow Jones up 0.12%

    Forex Pros - U.S. stocks were mixed after the closing bell on Thursday.

    At the close of U.S. trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.12%, the S&P 500 index gained 0.01%, while the Nasdaq 100 index declined 0.23%.

    Earlier in the day, official data showed that U.S. Initial Jobless Claims rose unexpectedly to a seasonally adjusted 412.00K last week from 385.00K in the preceding week whose figure was revised up from 382.00K.

    Analysts had expected Initial Jobless Claims to fall to 380.00K last week.

    Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, European stock markets closed lower. France’s CAC 40 was down 0.89%; Germany’s DAX shed 0.44%; Britain’s FTSE 100 declined 0.78%; and the EURO STOXX 50 fell 1.09%.

    2011-04-14 20:10:00 GMT
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    US STOCKS-Wall St rises on economic data but minefields loom

    Defensive shares again dominate gainers * S&P down for second week; resistance building near 1,340 * Google, Infosys shares lower, weigh on tech sector * Dow up 0.46 pct, S&P up 0.39 pct, Nasdaq up 0.16 pct * For up-to-the-minute market news see [STXNEWS/US] (Adds VIX, updates volume)

    By Rodrigo Campos

    NEW YORK, April 15 (Reuters) - Encouraging economic indicators sent U.S. stocks higher on Friday, but the market's recent struggles are set to continue into next week when more than one-fifth of S&P 500 companies report results.

    The S&P 500 fell for a second straight week, and some in the market pointed to strong resistance building around 1,340. The daily chart shows a bearish double top near that level.

    In another worrisome sign, investors again favored defensive stocks, which tend to do better in times of waning growth. Utilities <.GSPU> and healthcare <.GSPA> were the S&P 500's top-performing sectors.

    Disappointing results from Google and Infosys weighed on technology shares, while financials were pressured by Bank of America's results.

    "Even while some of the earnings (were not) exactly what the market hoped for, the macro economic data was actually pretty good this morning," said Paul Zemsky, head of asset allocation at ING in New York.

    Consumer price inflation remained contained in March while industrial production increased. A separate survey showed improvement in consumer sentiment in April. For details, see [ID:nN15209781].

    Investors have been concerned that higher energy and food costs would slow consumer spending, while at the same time force the Federal Reserve to tighten its very loose monetary policy earlier that anticipated.

    The Dow Jones industrial average <.DJI> gained 56.68 points, or 0.46 percent, to 12,341.83. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index <.SPX> rose 5.16 points, or 0.39 percent, to 1,319.68. The Nasdaq Composite Index <.IXIC> added 4.43 points, or 0.16 percent, to 2,764.65.

    For the week, the Dow fell 0.3 percent while the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq each lost 0.6 percent.

    The CBOE Volatility Index or VIX <.VIX> dropped 5.8 percent to close at 15.82, its lowest level since July 2007.

    The first week of earnings has been a mixed bag, with some bellwether companies unable to excite the market despite some cases of stronger-than-expected profits. Investors have been disappointed with companies' revenues or outlooks.

    "If this theme of discouraging reports continues, I'll become more bearish on the season," said Randall Warren, chief investment officer of Warren Financial Service in Exton, Pennsylvania. "But right now, it could go either way, and it looks like the market wants to go up."

    Bank of America Corp reported a steeper-than-expected decline of 37.5 percent in profit and named a new chief financial officer. The stock fell 2.4 percent to $12.82 and was the Dow's bigger percentage loser.
    Google Inc unnerved investors late on Thursday with a large jump in first-quarter spending. The Internet company also reported an adjusted profit slightly under expectations. Its stock sank 8.3 percent to $530.70. [ID:nN14279563]

    Also hurting technology stocks, Infosys Technologies Ltd , India's No. 2 software services exporter, sparked worries about the sector's growth after it forecast annual sales lower than expected on slower client spending. Its U.S.-traded shares fell 13.4 percent to $63.21.

    Information technology <.GSPT> was the sole S&P sector to fall. The IT sector's index fell 0.4 percent.

    Charles Schwab Corp reported first-quarter earnings that beat expectations by a penny. The broker also said clients had reduced the percentage of their cash assets held in Schwab to pre-crisis levels. The stock rose 2.1 percent to $18.61. [ID:nN14177981]

    Bond insurer Assured Guaranty Ltd surged 24.2 percent to $17.60 on heavy volume after the company announced an agreement with Bank of America on mortgage repurchase claims. Among other companies in the sector, MBIA Inc climbed 17.4 percent to $10.48, also on heavy volume. [ID:nWNAB4878]

    About 7.1 billion shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange, NYSE Amex and Nasdaq, below last year's estimated daily average of 8.47 billion.

    Advancing stocks outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by a ratio of more than 2 to 1, while on the Nasdaq, more than nine stocks rose for every five that fell.

    2011-04-15 22:06:14 GMT
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    U.S. Futures Exchange weakened; Into Focus Corporate Financial Statements

    U.S. futures exchanges in trading today (18 / 4) was recorded as having impairment. The fall in the stock movement is triggered by the speculation ahead of the release of the financial statements of several corporations such as Citigroup Inc. and Texas Instruments Inc. on this night. In addition, the weakening of the movement of the majority of the Asian region also influence the stock exchanges in the U.S. last weekend could rise due to strong consumer confidence data.

    S & P futures index fell 0.7% to 1310 yen, index futures D

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    U.S. Stocks Tumble After S&P Reduces Country's Long-Term Credit Outlook

    U.S. stocks slumped, sending benchmark indexes to their biggest declines in a month, after Standard & Poor’s Ratings Service cut the nation’s long-term credit outlook to negative.

    Caterpillar Inc. (CAT) and United Technologies Corp. (UTX) sank at least 2.1 percent to help pace the declines in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The Morgan Stanley Cyclical Index dropped 1.2 percent as 26 of its 30 stocks tumbled. Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) and Chevron Corp. (CVX) dropped more than 1.4 percent amid concern that China’s efforts to cool inflation will hurt the economy.

    The S&P 500 declined 1.1 percent to 1,305.14 at 4 p.m. in New York, its biggest retreat since March 16. The Dow average tumbled 140.24 points, or 1.1 percent, to 12,201.59.

    “There are a lot of structural issues that need to be dealt with,” said Mike Ryan, the New York-based chief investment strategist for Wealth Management Americas at UBS Financial Services Inc., which oversees $741 billion. “Anytime you see anything that suggests that the rating could be subject to downgrade, it’s perceived negatively. If this were to raise funding costs for the government, then it would weigh on economic prospects. It’s clearly not positive for companies.”

    The S&P 500 had rallied 4.9 percent this year through April 15 amid higher-than-estimated corporate earnings and government stimulus measures. The Fed and U.S. agencies have lent, spent or guaranteed about $8.2 trillion to lift the economy from the worst slump since the Great Depression, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
    ‘Negative’

    S&P put a “negative” outlook on the U.S. AAA credit rating, assigning a one-in-three chance of a ratings cut in the next two years, because of rising budget deficits and debt.

    “We believe there is a material risk that U.S. policy makers might not reach an agreement on how to address medium-and long-term budgetary challenges by 2013,” New York-based S&P said in a report today. “If an agreement is not reached and meaningful implementation does not begin by then, this would in our view render the U.S. fiscal profile meaningfully weaker than that of peer ‘AAA’ sovereigns.”

    Under President Barack Obama’s fiscal year 2012 budget, released in February, the total debt subject to the ceiling would be $20.8 trillion in 2016. The plan House Republicans approved April 15, written by Budget Committee ChairmanPaul Ryan of Wisconsin, would need a debt ceiling of at least $19.5 trillion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg Government.
    ‘Fiscal Destiny’

    “This is another indication of the need for the U.S. to better control its fiscal destiny, both for its sake and that of the global economy,” said Mohamed El-Erian, chief executive officer at Newport Beach, California-based Pacific Investment Management Co., the world’s biggest manager of bond funds. “Absent credible medium-term fiscal reform, every segment of U.S. society would be faced with higher borrowing costs, a weaker dollar and a less bright outlook for employment, investment and growth.”

    Barton Biggs, the hedge fund manager who bought stocks when the market bottomed in March 2009, said he’s still bullish on equities after S&P revised its credit outlook on the U.S.

    “Have I changed my net long? Not really,” Biggs, who runs New York-based Traxis Partners LP, said in an interview today Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart” with Carol Massar and Matt Miller. “Am I more disquieted than I was on Friday? Yeah, I guess I am.” U.S. indexes fell after the S&P made its announcement, which “immediately sends a warning to the politicians that there’s going to be dire consequences unless they get their acts together. We have a system of government that is painful but in the long run does the right things.”
    Industrial Companies Slump

    Industrial companies in the S&P 500 fell 1.3 percent. Caterpillar, the world’s largest maker of construction equipment, dropped 3.1 percent to $103.90. United Technologies slid 2.1 percent to $81.70.

    Energy producers in the S&P 500 fell 1.5 percent, the biggest decline within 10 industries. Exxon slumped 1.4 percent to $83.10 and Chevron declined 1.6 percent to $104.50. Oil fell for the first time in four days in New York after Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest exporter, said the global market has adequate crude supplies.

    Gap Inc. (GPS) slumped 3 percent to $21.79 after Goldman Sachs reduced its rating on the shares to “sell” from “neutral” and said it sees long-term declines in comparable-store sales. Bank of America Corp. also reduced its recommendation, cutting the shares to “neutral” from “buy.”
    Community Health Systems Inc. (CYH) slumped 4.4 percent to $30.50. The hospital operator said it is now offering $6 in cash for Tenet Healthcare Corp. (THC) Its previous offer was $5 in cash and $1 in stock. Tenet declined 2.6 percent to $6.49.

    U.S. stocks may drop as the S&P 500 gathers downward momentum, dragging the gauge to the next support level of about 1,275, according to Credit Suisse Group AG. The moving average convergence/divergence, or MACD, indicator -- a measure used to identify changes to stocks’ momentum or direction -- has fallen since April 7, when the S&P 500 reached 1,333.51.

    “Bearish medium-term momentum forces us to remain wary of an eventual break lower,” David Sneddon, the London-based head of technical analysis at Credit Suisse, wrote in a report to investors today.

    Apr 19, 2011 3:42 AM GMT+0700
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