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Market Wrap January 30, 2013

Filed under: Markets — BMB @ 3:09 pm
Dow Industrials 13910.42 -44.00 -0.32%
S&P 500 1501.96 -5.88 -0.39%
Nasdaq Comp. 3142.31 -11.35 -0.36%
Russell 2000 896.91 -10.40 -1.15%
NYSE Comp. 8904.35 -31.28 -0.35%
Nasdaq 100 2738.71 -4.87 -0.18%
Dow Transports 5783.99 -90.61 -1.54%
Dow Utilities 473.05 +0.17 +0.04%

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Internals were negative, with volume a little lighter. Advances/declines were 1 to 2 on the NYSE and 5 to 11 on the Nasdaq, with up/down volume 1 to 2 on the NYSE and 2 to 3 on the Nasdaq. New highs/lows were 247/11 on the NYSE and 139/16 on the Nasdaq.

Leaders — Hospitals (+0.64%), Natural Gas (+0.44%), Comp. Hardware (+0.41%), Broker Dealers (+0.34%), Semis (+0.20%), Utilities (+0.07%), Banks (+0.04%), Drugs (-0.05%)
Laggards — Metals (-2.03%), Network (-1.98%), Airlines (-1.96%), Transport (-1.54%), Biotechs (-1.27%), Homebuilders (-1.05%), REITs (-0.99%), Retailers (-0.98%)

An extensive visual representation of the day’s winners and losers can be found at Finviz.com.

Treasury Yields — 6 Month: 0.09%,  2 Year: 0.25%,  5 Year: 0.86%,  10 Year: 1.99%,  30 Year: 3.19%

Energy Prices — Crude oil: $98.00/barrel,  Gasoline: $3.04/gallon,  Natural Gas: $3.34/mmBTU

US Dollar Index — 79.254

Precious Metals — Gold: $1676.50/ounce,  Silver: $32.02/ounce,  Platinum: $1683.00/ounce

BMB Note:  
‘Bout time we see a little pullback. Italy’s market got whacked, and some sharp pullbacks here in the Transports and Russell.

Fed blames the weather for weaker earnings, shares down after hours — no, wait…

Last trading day of the month tomorrow, jobs number on Friday. Oh, and did you happen to catch the negative Q4 GDP number this morning?

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5 Responses to “Market Wrap”

  1. Randal Says:

    Pullback? Nahh, that was a bug passing gas. I want more than that.

  2. Randal Says:

    Who thinks there will be a 14 year run higher for the banks?

  3. Maria Says:

    I like how they said it was an “unexpected” contraction. Since I think we’ve been contracting most quarters, *I* wasn’t surprised. Well, except for the fact they couldn’t lie again this time around.


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