Swana/keni: 道指, 納指, 標普 2010年01-12 月綜論

本帖最後由 swana 於 10-2-2010 05:16 編輯

Dow Jones Industrial Average(DJI: ^DJI)

Feb. 08, 2010
Index Value: 9,908.39
Change: - 103.84 (1.04%)
Prev Close: 10,012.23
Open: 10,005.43
Day's Range: 9,904.31 - 10,028.56
52wk Range: 6,440.08 - 10,767.20

S&P 500 INDEX,RTH(SNP: ^GSPC)

Feb. 08, 2010
Index Value: 1,056.74
Change: - 9.45 (0.89%)
Prev Close: 1,066.19
Open: 1,065.51
Day's Range: 1,056.68 - 1,071.20
52wk Range: 666.79 - 1,150.45

NASDAQ Composite(Nasdaq: ^IXIC)

Feb. 08, 2010
Index Value: 2,126.05
Change: - 15.07 (0.70%)
Prev Close: 2,141.12
Open: 2,148.59
Day's Range: 2,125.11 - 2,152.64
52wk Range: 1,265.52 - 2,326.28
本帖最後由 swana 於 10-2-2010 09:44 編輯

U.S. Stocks Retreat on Concern Europe Finances to Hurt Recovery

Feb. 8 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks slid and the DJIA closed below 10,000 for the first time since November amid concern that deteriorating European government finances will derail the economic recovery.

Bank of America Corp. and American Express Co. lost at least 2.8 percent for the biggest declines in the Dow.  Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. fell 4 percent to lead the S&P’s 500 Index lower after its forecast for operating expenses topped analysts’ estimates. Home Depot Inc. rose 2.2 percent and Google Inc. climbed 0.4 percent on analyst upgrades.

U.S. stocks have fallen for four straight weeks, the longest losing streak since July.

European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet said the ECB is “confident” Greece will cut its deficit below the limit of 3 percent of gross domestic product in 2012 from 12.7 percent.

The U.S. is in no danger of losing its Aaa debt rating, Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner said in an interview.

Even so, UBS AG advised clients to further reduce their holdings in equities for a second time in as many weeks.

The S&P 500 Financials Index dropped 2.2 percent for the biggest decline among 10 industries.

Homebuilders in the S&P 500 surged 2.8 percent as a group after the Wall Street Journal said the industry is looking “a lot less bad”.

Oil rose for the first time in four days as the U.S. mid-Atlantic region braced for a new winter storm.  Crude oil for March delivery rose 70 cents to settle at $71.89 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Oil   US$71.70  
Gold US$1,063.10
USD-JPY US$1=89.2170yen   
本帖最後由 swana 於 24-2-2010 05:41 編輯

Dow Jones Industrial Average(DJI: ^DJI)

Feb. 09, 2010
Index Value: 10,058.64
Change: + 150.25 (1.52%)
Prev Close: 9,908.39
Open: 9,910.28
Day's Range: 9,910.06 - 10,139.43
52wk Range: 6,440.08 - 10,767.20

S&P 500 INDEX,RTH(SNP: ^GSPC)

Feb. 09, 2010
Index Value: 1,070.52
Change: + 13.78 (1.30%)
Prev Close: 1,056.74
Open: 1,060.06
Day's Range: 1,060.06 - 1,079.28
52wk Range: 666.79 - 1,150.45

NASDAQ Composite(Nasdaq: ^IXIC)

Feb. 09, 2010
Index Value: 2,150.87
Change: + 24.82 (1.17%)
Prev Close: 2,126.05
Open: 2,153.10
Day's Range: 2,132.58 - 2,166.16
52wk Range: 1,265.52 - 2,326.28
U.S. Stocks Rally on Growing Prospects for Bailout of Greece

Feb. 9 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks rallied, sending the DJIA back above 10,000, as prospects for a bailout of Greece eased concern that deteriorating government finances will derail the global economic recovery.

Financial shares in the S&P’s 500 Index reversed an earlier drop and climbed 1.1 percent as a group, led by JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Wells Fargo & Co.  Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., Newmont Mining Corp. and ConocoPhillips rose at least 2.4 percent as metals gained and oil rebounded to near $74 a barrel. Coca-Cola Co. jumped 2.6 percent after reporting sales growth in China and India.

Benchmark indexes surged as European officials held out the prospect of aiding Greece.  Olli Rehn, European Union economic affairs commissioner, said support for Greece will be discussed in coming days.

Benchmark indexes remained higher after the Commerce Department reported that inventories at U.S. wholesalers unexpectedly fell in December, indicating distributors had trouble keeping up with demand.  Sales climbed 0.8 percent.

Copper rose for a second day in New York, gaining 2.5 percent for its biggest advance in six weeks.  Crude oil for March delivery rose 2.6 percent, the most in a week, to settle at $73.75.

Oil    US$73.40
Gold US$1,077.00
USD-JPY US$1=89.7950yen
本帖最後由 swana 於 12-2-2010 08:40 編輯

Dow Jones Industrial Average(DJI: ^DJI)

Feb. 10, 2010
Index Value: 10,038.38
Change: - 20.26 (0.20%)
Prev Close: 10,058.64
Open: 10,055.46
Day's Range: 9,962.96 - 10,085.54
52wk Range: 6,440.08 - 10,767.20

S&P 500 INDEX,RTH(SNP: ^GSPC)

Feb. 10, 2010
Index Value: 1,068.13
Change: - 2.39 (0.22%)
Prev Close: 1,070.52
Open: 1,069.68
Day's Range: 1,059.34 - 1,073.67
52wk Range: 666.79 - 1,150.45

NASDAQ Composite(Nasdaq: ^IXIC)

Feb. 10, 2010
Index Value: 2,147.87
Change: - 3.00 (0.14%)
Prev Close: 2,150.87
Open: 2,147.46
Day's Range: 2,131.08 - 2,156.36
52wk Range: 1,265.52 - 2,326.28
U.S. Stocks Fall on Sprint, Dean Foods Results, Fed Rate Plan

Feb. 10 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks fell on results at Sprint Nextel Corp. and Dean Foods Co. that trailed estimates and concern that the economic recovery may slow as the Federal Reserve withdraws stimulus measures.

Sprint Nextel slid 8 percent as the wireless carrier’s sales missed analyst estimates, while Dean Foods slumped 14 percent after the biggest U.S. dairy processor forecast profit below projections. Nine of 10 industry groups in the S&P’s 500 Index dropped after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said he may increase the discount rate on loans to banks. Losses were limited as Germany and France discussed assistance for Greece.

Germany and France are leading talks to help Greece as long as it sticks to a program to reduce the European Union’s biggest budget deficit.  European stocks and Greek bonds rallied on prospects for a bailout.

Earlier today, S&P 500 financial shares fell as much as 0.4 percent after Fed Chairman Bernanke previewed what would be the first interest-rate move in more than a year.  By the end of the day, the S&P 500 Financials Index rose 0.8 percent for the only gain among 10 industries.  

Crude oil rose for a fourth day in New York after the U.S. Energy Department increased its forecast for global oil consumption this year. Crude oil for March delivery was at $74.87 at 12:15 p.m. in Sydney. Today, it rose 77 cents to settle at $74.52.

Oil    US$74.86
Gold  US$1,078.70
USD-JPY US$1=89.9530yen
本帖最後由 swana 於 24-2-2010 05:43 編輯

Dow Jones Industrial Average(DJI: ^DJI)

Feb. 11, 2010
Index Value: 10,144.19
Change: + 105.81 (1.05%)
Prev Close: 10,038.38
Open: 10,037.85
Day's Range: 9,976.71 - 10,161.57
52wk Range: 6,440.08 - 10,767.20

S&P 500 INDEX,RTH(SNP: ^GSPC)

Feb. 11, 2010
Index Value: 1,078.47
Change: + 10.34 (0.97%)
Prev Close: 1,068.13
Open: 1,067.10
Day's Range: 1,060.59 - 1,080.04
52wk Range: 666.79 - 1,150.45

NASDAQ Composite(Nasdaq: ^IXIC)

Feb. 11, 2010
Index Value: 2,177.41
Change: + 29.54 (1.38%)
Prev Close: 2,147.87
Open: 2,145.09
Day's Range: 2,134.14 - 2,179.54
52wk Range: 1,265.52 - 2,326.28
U.S. Stocks Gain on Greece Pledge; Philip Morris Shares Climb

Feb. 11 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks rose to the highest level in a week after European leaders pledged to aid Greece and Philip Morris International Inc. announced a $12 billion share buyback.

Philip Morris increased 4 percent, reversing a 1.6 percent retreat. Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. and Exxon Mobil Corp. led gains among commodity and fuel producers as base metals and oil climbed.

European leaders ordered Greece to get the region’s highest budget deficit under control and said they were prepared to take “determined” action to staunch the worst crisis in the euro’s 11-year history.  EU officials reached an agreement to deal with Greece’s debt crisis, European Commission President Jose Barroso said.

U.S. Labor Department said fewer Americans filed claims for unemployment insurance.  Initial jobless applications declined by 43,000 to 440,000 in the week ended Feb. 6.  The total number of people receiving unemployment insurance and those receiving extended benefits decreased.

Energy and raw-materials shares advanced more than 1.5 percent for the two biggest gains among 10 S&P 500 groups. Oil trading above $75 a barrel, as the International Energy Agency raised its forecast for global demand in 2010.

U.S. home sales increased 14 percent in the fourth quarter. Sales of existing single-family homes rose to 6.03 million at an annualized rate from 5.29 million in the previous quarter.  A gauge of homebuilders in the S&P 500 rose 3.3 percent as all 12 of its members gained.

Oil   US$75.07  
Gold US$1,090.30
USD-JPY US$1=89.7160yen
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